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There are articles on this topic, but I have decided to summarise everything in one, according to the tools we have in 2019 for the job. Provided you have the means mentioned, the task should take you up to 5 hours or less to get running again. It required however around 5 days for me to get there.
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by:Lucas Bishop
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Wow, this is a really interesting article. I'd always written off hard bricked hardware as scrap bin material.
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by:Anton Shostak
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I agree, that everyone would have done so, Lucas. But if you are a techie and deal with hardware, known to be "unbrickable", the process becomes a challenge and promises a great feeling, once you can accomplish something like this. In addition, JTAG method works with virtually any hardware, that has flash memory, so can save also priceless devices.

Andrew, indeed once the process is written out like here, it will not take long. But piecing this all together and researching, as well as trying all possible recovery methods is what takes time. However I am not a professional in soldering, neither had I an oscilloscope to know what signal levels I have to receive in the end.
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The Raspberry Pi Foundation works to put the power of digital making into the hands of people all over the world, so they are capable of understanding and shaping our increasingly digital world, able to solve the problems that matter to them, and equipped for the jobs of the future.

We provide low-cost, high-performance computers that people use to learn, solve problems and have fun. We provide outreach and education to help more people access computing and digital making. We develop free resources to help people learn about computing and how to make things with computers, and train educators who can guide other people to learn.