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fix typo
{{warning|'''DO NOT CONNECT THE POWER PIN IF YOU DON'T KNOW YOUR DEVICE'S UART OUTPUT VOLTAGE!''' Most UART adapters will send 5v or 3.3v by default and phones will usually use 1.8v (occasionally 3.3v). Plugging the power/VCC pin in when the voltages don't match on your adapter and device '''may kill it'''. See the "3.3v vs 1.8v" section at the bottom of this page.}}
To recieve logs, '''you will only need to connect the ground and RX TX wiresof your cable'''. To send information through the serial console, you will also need to connect the VCC and TX RX wires.
Plug '''the TX (output) wire''' from your cable '''to the RX (input) line''' on your adapter. (You'll need to do the reverse - RX to TX - if you want to connect the TX linesend data.)
Then, plug the other end of the cable into your device. Some devices may automatically boot up when the jig is plugged in - if your device starts up without you pressing the power button when you plug the cable in, it means that the resistance is being detected and the serial mode has been triggered.