At the beginning of this year my Motorola Droid 4 phone started dying on me. I looked for help on the XDA Developers Forum where I kept track of the different steps I took. For archiving reasons I created this write up to have a single page containing all information that I found on the issue. Sadly enough I was not able to repair the phone, however I was able to recover my data by rooting the device. The original XDA Forum thread can be found here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2552978
After my HP printer died just after his warranty period I searched for a solution what to do to revive it. When reported to HP they wanted to charge â‚¬350 to repair the printer, which is around the same amount a new printer would cost, besides that I had to ship to whole bulky printer to them. When searching the internet for an alternative you will find a lot of people with the same problem using this printer series but not a lot of clear solutions.
This write-up will describe a way to repair the HP LaserJet M1522 series printer. While this idea is not new I wanted to create an easy to follow overview to repair this printer instead of a “just bake the formatter board”. I hope this write-up will be handy for some of the people out there with the same problem. While this write-up is focusing on the HP LaserJet M1522 MFP printer I would expect the same approach to work on other faulty hardware.