said by torobull123:
Can you tell me the software that is used with this package? Did it work for you?
Will this work in the case that i flashed the router with the WRONG firmware. As the tjtag method only seems to do a nvram reset and not a firmware .bin reflash?
The JTAG can be used to debrick anything
that got messed up, EXCEPT if the processor has been overclocked incorrectly --> recovering from that is trickier, because the clock speed is set very very early during initialization. It is possible though, by shorting pins on the flash chip temporarily.
I think I used tjtag3-0-1
under Linux. The MS-Windows version didn't work as well when I tried it. This was all 2 years ago.