Originally Posted by digiprog
hehe :P 16gb well that's a huge NAND
wow.. 16GB NAND .. btw does it have a star chip or even some way to JTAG this baby ? :P
u know old ps3 has no JTAG enabled :P
yep if i can get it to dump then this is not going to be a 20min job lol
star chip? as in starship. i was wondering if the panasonic works like that although it just has 1 nand so no interleaving maybe just bad block re-mapping although this nand has a good write up so it may not need that.
it really needs looking at propperly.
and i can only do the basics
but whatever i can get done will hopefully help the devs in some small way. even if its just to start documenting bits off it.
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Originally Posted by arwynj55
well.. now that we got more info of the super slim... I guess good things are going to come...
I'm just looking at how this board is set out.
Mapping test points
And now seeing if the nand can be dumped
If everything is on the nand and not on the panasonic chip then there will be more info there as it will be like dumping the nand on old phat consoles plus dumping the hdd.
But i doubt there will be anything useful.
It will just be worth documenting at the most