Doro PhoneEasy 626
[[File:placeholder|thumb|150px|A Doro PhoneEasy 626]
The Doro PhoneEasy 626 is another basic no-frills flip phone released in 2014. It has large rubber buttons, an emergency button on the back, and a bright front screen.
|Chipset & Platform||MediaTek MT6276A|
|Display||240 x 320 TFT (ST7789V screen controller)|
|Sub display||? x ? Dot Matrix, 1-bit greyscale (blue and white)|
|Status LED||Yes, one for battery and one for messages|
|Flash memory||128MB NAND (ESMT FM64D1G12A-5BAE)|
|RAM||64MB DDR 200MHz (ESMT FM64D1G12A-5BAE)|
|Charging / Data connector||Micro USB|
|Operating modes||GSM (850/1800/1900)|
|SIM size||Mini SIM|
|Bluetooth||Yes, version 2.1|
|PC Link||Mass storage mode|
|Single camera||2MP (1600 x 1200), with flash|
|Image Sensor||GalaxyCore GC2145 (UXGA CMOS Image Sensor)|
|Supported image formats||BMP, GIF, JPG, PNG|
|Supported audio formats||AMR, IMY, MID, MP3|
|Supported video formats||3GP, MP4|
|Speaker configuration||Single ear speaker and loudspeaker on back|
|Line out||2.5mm port|
|Synthesizer||MT6276 Software Synthesizer|
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Hidden dial codes
Enter these codes on the dial screen and press the Call button to run them.
Engineer Mode *#13646633# Factory Mode *#166*# Version Info (S/W version, screen controller, sensor, flash chip, etc) *#18375# Switch Language to English *#0103 Switch Language to Spanish *#0543# Switch Language to French *#0123# Show IMEI *#06# Language Def. *#0000# Auto Test *#187# Audio Test *#458# Restart *#2008# (soft restart)
Serial UART test points
There are UART test points on the phone's PCB near the headphone jack. This UART port is enabled and appears to work, but RevSkills' MTK flashing interface doesn't support MT6276 phones and "Miracle Thunder" box software gets stuck on 100% trying to dump firmware using the UART interface.
The firmware of this phone can be dumped with "Miracle Thunder" box software and a standard micro USB cable. Note that the software incorrectly defines the flash chip as being made by Samsung, which may be why it produces a corrupted file (bad dump).
This may not happen in newer versions of the software, but that hasn't been tested or confirmed.
To dump the firmware, press Start on Miracle Thunder software, hold the # button on the phone, then connect the phone to the computer.
There is only one known dump of the Doro 626, and it is corrupted. For this reason, a download link won't be shared as it is useless for both repairing a bricked phone and content extraction.
When a good firmware file becomes available, it will be here.