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Just in case of anyone is following this, I did get the bootloader downgraded to a TOtable version written on the NAND. Down side is was not able to get the NAND remounted well enough for a boot without some liquid flux I had lost around the hous...
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Thank you and yes understand being busy, I work 40+ them got stuff I do at home with 4 kids and the wife not to mention I do a few things out of town each week. I did get a full NAND image just got to compare with the read I got and see if there...
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Can we get back on topic please, and avoid a mood having to clean the thread. I subscribe to this thread and get an email for each post. I am patiently waiting for new of the release and confirmation of what devices and firmware, not crap shots.
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Been awhile since I posted any updates to this so this is what I have found. (In short) Rewriting the NAND is totally possible using a programmer and as well with an older xd card reader (both methods require removing the NAND) You can write and...
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Looks like more a way to connect while mounted then a way to program. The NAND requires a particular set instructions to do anything really. The way I understand what needs to happen to program and write are a couple of things, 1 connection to the...