CMIzapper  Technology for your Mac repair business

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Keyboard

A4068 Keyboard for use with Medusa

The Medusa alows you to read the serial number from one Mac and write it to another Mac. When you replace the motherboard in a customer's Mac it is nice if the Mac keeps it's original serial number.

In case you can not read the original serial number from the old motherboard you can use this keyboard to edit the serial number to the one on the case of the Mac.

This keyboard allows you to edit the serial number stored in the Medusa so that you can write the modified number back to the Mac. Enter letters by holding the corresponding button down for a longer time.

WARNING!!! Requires Medusa with firmware 2.7 or higher.

50  euro

A4064 ROM chip Solder Board (to use loose ROM chips with Medusa)

PCB (blue 5cm x 5cm) with space to solder ROM chip and 8-pin EF connector. Supports SOP8 (SOIC8), WSON 6x6 and WSON 5x6 SPI ROM chips.

This board allows you to read and write loose ROM chips. SOP8/SOIC and WSON 6x8mm / 5x6mm chips are supported. Only have one chip soldered onto this board at a time. You can read or write the ROM by connecting this Solder Board to the Medusa via the JST connector. If you want you can add pull-up resistors (10kΩ) for the Hold and WP pins. For use with Medusa this is not necessary. Two places for each model in case you damage one…

20 euro

45 euro

A4065 ROM chip ZIF socket Board (to use loose SOIC8/SOP8 ROM chips with Medusa)

PCB (yellow 5cm x 5cm) with ZIF socket for ROM chip and 8-pin EF connector. Supports SOP8 (SOIC8) SPI ROM chips.

This board allows you to read and write loose ROM chips. SOP8/SOIC chips are supported. You can read or write the ROM by connecting this Solder Board to the Medusa via the JST connector. If you want you can add pull-up resistors (10kΩ) for the Hold and WP pins. For use with Medusa this is not necessary.

A4052 EasyFlash adapter Hirose-30 (no cables)

Green 30-pin for MacBook air 2012-2014 / MacBook pro 15" A1398 Late 2013 till 2014 / MacBook pro 13" A1425 & A1502 till 2014. The A4052 does pass 3v3 from JST to the motherboard.

40 euro

A4163 Magic EasyFlash adapter Hirose-12 (no cables)

Like A4160 but with the Hirose-12 plug in a different place. Adds support for:

MacBook pro touch-bar 15-Inch A1707 (Late 2016 and Mid 2017) 820-00281 and 820-00928

45 euro

Medusa accessories

We also sell all the accessories for the Medusa separately to help you get the most out of your CMIzapper Medusa.

We ship everything registered (signed for) and priority. Tracking is available on all our shipments.

50 euro

A4069 Level Shifter to 1.8 volt with Solder Spaces

PCB (green 5cm x 5cm) with space to solder ROM chip and 8-pin EF connector. Supports SOP8 (SOIC8), WSON 6x8 and WSON 5x6 SPI ROM chips as well as the much smaller WSON 2x3, WSON 3x4 and the BGA ROM chips as uses in the MacBook A1534 (for the EFI and for the SSD).

This board also has a level shifter on board for changing the 3v3 signals as supplied by the Medusa-3 to 1.8 volt signals.

There are three ways to use this board:

1) Connect 3v3 side to Medusa and 1v8 side to external 1v8 ROM. For example using a Pomona clip to clip onto the ROM in a Samsung Chromebook.

2) Connect 3v3 side to Medusa and solder a 1v8 ROM onto this board. For example the SSD ROM (U8800) from a A1534 820-00045 board.

3) Use it as a solder board for 3v3 ROMs by ignoring the level shifter. For example connect the 1v8 side to Medusa (which connect directly to the soldered ROM) and solder the EFI ROM (U6100) from a A1534 820-00045 board (which is 3v3).