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Default [PACK] Nexus7 Hack pack

There's not much information available yet... but lets start it out with this.


Here's the overall specs
Quad-core Tegra 3 processor
7” 1280x800 HD display (216 ppi)
Back-lit IPS display
Scratch-resistant Corning glass
1.2MP front-facing camera
4325 mAh (Up to 8 hours of active use)
8 or 16 GB internal storage
1 GB RAM
198.5 x 120 x 10.45mm
WiFi 802.11 b/g/n
Bluetooth
Microphone
NFC (Android Beam)
Accelerometer
GPS
Magnetometer
Gyroscope
340 grams

Hack pack contiains:
Reference Material
Tegra 3 TRM Technical Reference Manual
Voodoo Analysis from Supercurio

Binaries
bash - the greatest shell ever
tcpdump - a wifi analysis tool
viewmem - a tool to expose the memory registers
and i2cTools: i2cdetect, i2cdump, i2cget, i2cset - a set of tools used to manipulate and read i2c


Download the Nexus7 Hack Pack here: http://d-h.st/MZg

Some interesting Tegra notes:
Page 631 Strap registers
Page 632 JTAG Configuration


We need pinouts! We need UART. Here's a note on UART
Code:
This controller implements three distinct speed ranges and protocols: 2400 to 115,200 bits per second (Serial IR or SIR), 4
Megabits per second (called Fast Infrared or FIR), and 16 Megabits per second (called Very Fast Infrared or VFIR). Initial
communication starts at 9600 bits per second, and negotiations proceed either faster or slower as the link strength allows.
More to come! Feel free to add!
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- 1.3 Ghz
- Play store says 8 hours battery of continuous usage ... not 9
- accelerometer* - misspelled and also should be singular

had to do it
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And a GPS

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- 1.3 Ghz
- Play store says 8 hours battery of continuous usage ... not 9
- accelerometer* - misspelled and also should be singular

had to do it
Asus said 9 hours.
 
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A bit of more info, thanks to supercurio
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It's also got a magnetometer.
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It also has a Flux Capacitor and a Hydrostatic Rejuvenator Switch but they are only used for time travel at this point and that is a feature that will be included in a future Jelly Bean release.[COLOR="Silver"]
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Come on guys ... we CAN mix development with a touch of humor, especially since laughter makes us live longer (which means rooting & modding more toys)

I have my N7 on order and root kit ready for testing.

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Some Hardware-details according to kernel-config:
sensors:
Light/Proximity(ISL29028 and LTR558)
Magnetometer(AMI306)
Accelerometer(NCT1008)
Temperature(NCT1008)
Power(INA219)
Pedometer(AL3010)

Communication:
NFS(PN544 NFC)
Bluetooth/Wlan(BCM4330)

Other features and drivers:
- USB-Network-adapter(SMSC95XX, AX8817X)
- USB Keyboard, Joystick
- USB OTG
- USB EHCI
- SerialPort 8250 with console enabled
- SWAP
- CPUFREQ(performance, powersave, userspace, ondemand, interactive and conservative)
- Tegra: Dual3D, DualCpuClusters, PCIe, SATA
- IPv6
- scsi-support
- nearly all Special HID drivers are enabled(including Wiimote)
- Ext2/3/4, JPD/2, Fuse, Fat, NTFS(but readonly) and NFS filesystems
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some technical documentation to compliment above https://docs.google.com/document/d/1...cboptwvSo/edit

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