I agree with Eko, I think it would work one thing I flashed the firmware for the WRT54G-TM to my wrt54gs v4 and it just ended up bricking it so I recovered it back to ddwrt. Im curious to what is different about the tmobile firmware.
cool, thx fot the info. So I should find the JTAG diagram in case something bad happen.
t-mobile us is selling these router with the 2 uma phones they released... and for some reason i did not pay for them, so i am trying to see if they are more valueble than what they look like
but appearanly the d-link is useless now...
I think it's a safe assumption that the 12 pin port labeled JP1 is the JTAG port. It'd probably take a bit of tweaking of the HairyDairy JTAG utility to get it to work with the chips you've got, but there are plenty of geniuses here who can work that part out easily enough. Given enough time, I could probably figure it out eventually.....so it's not that hard to do. JTAG cables are fairly easy to build...it's getting the parts on small quantities that's tricky. I sell quality JTAG cables with a lifetime guarantee if you're interested in purchasing one.
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