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I was powering the bluetooth using the 3.3v (2.2mA to 3.1mA load), I jumped the 3.3v pin on Axon to the beside unused pin (discussed in my previous post) and use that pin to power my bluetooth.
In the mean while I will also check if I can borrow a ISP programmer ..... I have a Microchip PICKit2 programmer....may be that can work
I have access to a hotair soldering station and can use it as well as get another expert technician to replace the CP2102 on the Axon board
1. I can get the CP2102 from Digikey (1-2day), however the technicians are aprehensive about damage to the board while removing the old IC and then putting back the good one on. Also the cost of man-hours might exceed the Axon's pricetag.