Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: FMR's flash chip
Re: FMR's flash chip
From: TP Diffenbach <rockbox_at_diffenbach.org>
Date: Thu, 25 Dec 2003 16:13:14 -0500
So (as far as we know) all FMRs come with the SST39VF020, and no FMRs are
reported to come with the SST37VF020?
Or some come with the SST37VF020, which is flashable but not in-circuit
and Merry Christmas, or whatever you prefer to celebrate.
Quoting "[IDC]Dragon" <idc-dragon_at_gmx.de>:
> > As far as we know, do all FMRs come with a flashable ROM, or do some come
> > with
> > non-flashable (or non-flashable with Jorg's flash_rock?)
> AFAIK, all FMs are flashable, I haven't heared of any different yet, but
> that doesn't prove anything.
> > (Jorg, sorry, I'm
> > typing this on an Apple, and I don't know how to type accented charcters).
> Then you can write Joerg, adding an 'e' is a substitute for umlaut.
> > If all FMRs are /not/ flashable, how can the flashable chip be identified
> > by
> > someone looking at the circuit board/chip (not identified by software, but
> > by
> > physical inspection of the internal hardware)?
> The in-circuit flashable one is an SST39VF020, the bad one is a SST37VF020.
> The chip is clearly labeled, but mounted on the back side of the board.
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