Originally Posted by digiprog
is doing a great work in this field .. sorry for the mess but i never meant that i know C language programming and it was long ago since i tried to learn such things.. anw the teensy ++ 2.0 can handle nearly everything we want in this field .. and it's not easy to make such bitstream .. the funny thing i ordered everything .. from progskeet 1.2 till e3 flasher and still no luck .. such a sh** u know .. teensy ++ 2.0 board didn't arrive.. progskeet 1.2 no correct bit stream and bought a clone e3 flasher ! i guess im just out of luck
Digiprog: It's a real shame you never received your Teensy2.0++. All I know is that I ordered mine international and it came fine no problems (received to the UK, just before Xmas). If you aren't in the States then it was most likely your local customs import / or lost. They can be asses.
For Teensy2.0++ remember to add the optional 3.3 voltage regulator to Basket before placing the order. Nobody says it beforehand: the voltage regulator doesn't come pre-included with the main item. It's only $1 extra.
And may I just add:
Judges has showed me pictures of his PS3 and its definately is a NOR console. So my point:
Unless somebody sends
a free NAND console to play with himself, it seems he is rather dependant on sombody else (for example like you digiprog here) to develop and contribute the necessary NAND support for inclusion into NORWAY. To wit the quote:
Originally Posted by judges
currently NAND isn't supported by NORway (hopefully I'll get it done 'til the end of this year). And for NOR it's not suitable, because it lacks of sufficient I/O lines. Once NAND is supported, the quoted product could be used to program one NAND at a time.
I honestly don't know what that means. But you can of course get onto his (judges) official thread to discuss over there.