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Default sony 'hacker guide' SW2

http://developer.sonymobile.com/serv...-hacker-guide/

is there a SW2 version of this?

does anyone have anything pointing to a SW2 version happening?

found some dead links(pages) on their site...so maybe i missed it =/ (i can hope)
 
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This is for mn2

Display
.The display controller is LD7131 and it is controlled via SPI port 1.
.Display power is enabled by GPIO PC1.
The resolution is 128128 pixels.
.65536 colours.
 
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This is for mn2

Display
.The display controller is LD7131 and it is controlled via SPI port 1.
.Display power is enabled by GPIO PC1.
The resolution is 128128 pixels.
.65536 colours.
I think he knows that...

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i don't do a lot on the hardware level...not much experience

all they(sony) really did was upgrade some parts right?

looking at a STmicro doc http://www.st.com/st-web-ui/static/a...DM00024853.pdf
they have some 'indentical' features
is there a chance all of the devices are hooked up to the same place?

if not, i'm guessing there's a good chance you could fry something right =/ ?

guessing the GPIO for the buzzer/motor would be the safest/easiest to check if it's the same (since i don't have to interact with anything else)
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