n the last couple of weeks I've been going back through the pile of dead access points that will not even recover using the above procedure and I've managed to bring them all back bar one. Which once a part arrives I'm confident will be up and running too.
It involves removing the Eeprom from the PCB and re-flashing it in a programmer.
There's a bit more too it than that, every device's Eeprom is unique so you can't just write the code without modifying it but having now spent a great deal of time on this I've got a process that works. PM me if you want to have a go at this but you'll need a hot flow rework station, suitable programmer (Which isn't cheap), steady hand to solder, linux understanding and some patience..
otherwise I'm in the UK so if anyone wants to send me their device I'll have a go for you. PM me..
These devices are great, lets keep them going...
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