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Test Points Library

🔧 Smartphone Test Points 📱💡 Join us in building the ultimate collection of Test Points for smartphones, and Earn Credits! 🌐🔍

We are making a large collection of Test Point photos, PCB Diagrams and Blueprints to help everyone easily find the test point pins on smartphone motherboards - all at one place!

Do you have a test point photo or schematics? Send it to [email protected] - HQ images of any modern smartphone that's missing from the library, will be rewarded with 50 Chimera Credits. Please send us a photo with test points marked and a photo without any marks, along with your Chimera username.

Let's build a great test point collection together! 🚀📲🔧

Dear Guest,

We would like to inform you that as from 25 May 2018, our company acts according to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) of the European Union.

Please note some of our main aspirations to protect our customers’ security and personal data. We have always paid special attention to user data and the way we process them, but let us show you some examples:

We provide the option to delete your profile
You can initiate this on the https://chimeratool.com/#user-settings page.

You can always check where else you are signed in from to the site, and if that is not you, you can sign out that browser. https://chimeratool.com/#user-sessions

As a first line of defense, your data is protected by security systems specialized in preventing hacking attacks, but our other self-developed security solutions and our ever-running monitoring systems enable us to declare with great certainty that we do everything to prevent unauthorized users from acquiring any sensitive data.

In case of a potential unauthorized physical access to any of our servers, the data stored there is useless, as our storage media are protected by sector-level AES encryption.

All passwords we store are unknown to us as well, since only the passwords’ hash values are stored, randomized with “salt”. This minimizes the risk of any leakage of actual user passwords in case of a potential database leak.

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