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Some more success reports could be useful, but I think this is good enough to allow more development.
Hi there,I can confirm, that the code in subversion (r18682) works on my e250v2 with firmware e200pa-03.01.16.bin
It's also tested on my Fuze. It works.
I see SanDisk provides iNAND documentation (not full, but e.g. with pin description, isn't it important information?) freely at its website, maybe it should help with hacking NAND on v2's?http://www.sandisk.com/As...ls/ProdManiNANDAbr1.1.pdf
The busy bit in the OCR is used by the card to inform the host that initialization of ACMD41 iscompleted. Setting the busy bit to 0 indicates that the card is still initializing. Setting the busy bit to 1indicates completion of initialization. The host repeatedly issues ACMD41 until the busy bit is set to 1.
Any implementation of the Simplified Specification may require a license from the SD Card Association, SD Group, SD-3C, LLC or other third parties.
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