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Mio C510 / C710


Overview

This is the page for the Mio C510 and C710 devices.

Hardware

The Mio C510 and C710 are GPS/DPA devices running WinCE? .NET 4.2. They features 4 hardware buttons (power, menu, volume up/down), a reset button, an on/off power switch and a touchscreen. They also features a speaker. The following chips can be found on the PCB:
  • W68136:3V SINGLE-CHANNEL 13-BIT LINEAR VOICE-BAND CODEC
  • VP1020-N: Voice Processor
  • WM8976: Stereo CODEC With Speaker Driver
  • LC4064ZC?-75MN6: 3.3V/2.5V/1.8V In-System Programmable SuperFAST? TM High Density PLDs
  • GSC3f-7879: SirF? Star III
  • K4M561633G?: DRAM
  • K9F4G08U0??: Flash
  • B6150H1?: BRF6150 bluetooth v1.2 compliant
  • 922Z: ISL6292 Li-ion/Li Polymer Battery Charger
  • 68TI: LTC3411EMS? ?
  • 4855: FAN4855 500mA High Efficiency Boost Regulator with Adjustable Output, Shutdown and Low Battery Detect
  • S3C2440L?-40: Samsung S3C2440? SoC
  • GNS GmbH?: TMC receiver ? (only C710)

Recovery mode

The Mio C510 and C710 feature a recovery mode accessible by hard powering down the device and then powering up holding the volume down button. It has several menus to update uboot or wince. The bootloader can be safely overwritten using the WinCE? SD/MMC update. It is also possible to boot WinCE? by holding menu and volume up.

PCB Scans

Pins

Here is a list of all the pins used by the OF. Direction only applies to GPIO.
Pin Dir*/*Function Component Comment
GPA0 ADDR0 NAND  
GPA1 ADDR16 NAND  
GPA2 ADDR17 NAND  
GPA3 ADDR18 NAND  
GPA4 ADDR19 NAND  
GPA5 ADDR20 NAND  
GPA6 ADDR21 NAND  
GPA7 ADDR22 NAND  
GPA8 ADDR23 NAND  
GPA9 ADDR24 NAND  
GPA10 ADDR25 NAND  
GPA11 ADDR26 NAND  
GPA12 nGCS[1] NAND  
GPA13 nGCS[2] NAND  
GPA14 nGCS[3] NAND  
GPA15 nGCS[4] NAND  
GPA16 nGCS[5] NAND  
GPA17 CLE NAND  
GPA18 ALE NAND  
GPA19 nFWE NAND  
GPA20 nFRE NAND  
GPA21 nRSTOUT NAND  
GPA22 nFCE NAND  
GPB0 TOUT0 Video Backlight
GPB9 output Battery  
GPB10 output Codec  
GPC1 VCLK Video  
GPC2 VLINE Video  
GPC3 VFRAME Video  
GPC4 VM Video  
GPC8 output Video  
GPC9 output BTHCI Chip Enable / Reset
GPC11 VD[3] Video  
GPC12 VD[4] Video  
GPC13 VD[5] Video  
GPC14 VD[6] Video  
GPD2 VD[10] Video  
GPD3 VD[11] Video  
GPD4 VD[12] Video  
GPD5 VD[13] Video  
GPD6 VD[14] Video  
GPD7 VD[15] Video  
GPD11 VD[19] Video  
GPD12 VD[20] Video  
GPD13 VD[21] Video  
GPD14 VD[22] Video  
GPD15 VD[23] Video  
GPE0 I2SLRCK? Codec  
GPE1 I2SSCLK? Codec  
GPE2 CDCLK Codec  
GPE3 I2SDI? Codec  
GPE4 I2SDO? Codec  
GPE5 SDCLK SD  
GPE6 SDCMD SD  
GPE7 SDDAT0 SD  
GPE8 SDDAT1 SD  
GPE9 SDDAT2 SD  
GPE10 SDDAT3 SD  
GPE12 input   Jack detect
GPE14 IICSCL Codec  
GPE15 IICSDA Codec  
GPF0 input / EINT[0] Button Power button
GPF2 input / EINT[2] Button Reset button
GPF4 output Codec  
GPF7 input / EINT[7] SD SD detect
GPG0 output SD  
GPG1 input Battery USB present
GPG2 output BTHCI Chip Enable
GPG3 input   Menu key
GPG4 input   Volume plus key
GPG5 input   Volume down key
GPG8 input Battery USB present (bis) ?
GPG9 input Battery Battery charging ?
GPG10 input Battery  
GPG11 output Battery / Video Charging led color / LCD panel type detection ?
GPH0 nCTS0 BTSer UART[0] CTS
GPH1 nRTS0 BTSer UART[0] RTS
GPH2 TXD[0] BTSer UART[0] TX
GPH3 RXD[0] BTSer UART[0] RX
GPH4 TXD[1] GPS UART[1] TX
GPH5 RDX[1] GPS UART[1] TX
GPH6 output BTSer UART[0] DTR
GPH7 input? BTSer UART[0] DSR
GPH10 CLKOUT1 BTHCI External clock
GPJ0 output GPS  
GPJ2 output Video  
GPJ3 output Video  
GPJ5 output Video  
GPJ6 output Codec  
GPJ7 output GPS Chip Enable/Power ?
GPJ8 output GPS  
GPJ9 output USB connect / disconnect
GPJ10 output GPS  
GPJ11 output Codec  
GPJ12 output GPS  

-- AmauryPouly - 21 Jun 2012
r4 - 22 Jun 2012 - 09:17:36 - AmauryPouly
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