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Its compatible to solder on infectus?
Originally Posted by rikimaer
Unfotunately not at the moment, infectus still needs to be attached directly to the nands and there are no easy alternate points (at least on the COK-001 boards). There are easy solder points for the 3.3v and GND but this doesn't really help much.
If infectus could be modified or used as a NOR reader/writer then it would be possible. I can't find much usefull info on the net about infectus or any schematics. Maybe someone with more knowlege could answer for sure.
Had another look today, hopefully i have enough points now to think about purchasing a teensy board. I have 2 minimus boards not enough connections, does anyone have any other reccomendations easily avaliable in the UK at a decent price?
I have been referring to defyboy's to help in the process on locating the points and translating them to the equivelant NOR points for the emulation chip so thanks.
On the attached jpeg the abreviations translate to. Abbreviations in brackets are how they are refered to on the NOR emulation chip. The ones in red i don't think are needed?
A0-A17 = Address Input
D0-D15 = Data Input/Output
BRDY = Busy/Ready
SWE = Write Enable (XHWE)
INT = ? (XINT)
CE2 = Chip Enable ? (XHCE1)
OE = Output Enable
IOR = ? (XHBE)
CE0 = Chip Enable ? (XHCE0)
ACK = ? (HRDY)
RESET = Direct connection to the reset on the emulation chip.
SYSCLK= System Clock ?
MOD0 = ? Connected to southbridge
Nice work. I don't have a bricked PS3 but do have the same mobo and am interested in installing a NOR flasher so will be following your progress.
I don't have any recommendations for the UK, but I can recommend PJRC in the US for prompt international shipping along with good service and price.
Originally Posted by yellowcapri
But i think it`s better to order the teensy+regulator directly from PJRC.
It was not possible for me to order some smd regulators because the shops only sell them to companies (don`t know why).
I`ve ordered a few teensy++ and they arrived in exactly 1 week (usa -> germany) + no tax (shipping costs 7.85$).
Also i thought it would be better to order them from EU, but in this case the shipping is extremely fast and the shipping costs are ok.
And i think its better to get the 3.3v straight from the usb-power, because itīs much easier to fit the teensy in the case to have a "stealth" look.
(sorry for bad english)
Yeah 7amp might be overkill
Some have been claiming up to a 1amp draw when connecting the 3.3v to the board. The MCP1825 listed for the teensy is only rated for 0.5amp.
Would be great to use the USB power only and keep it all neat, i already have a great connection point drilled out for the infectus but might be able to get another mini-USB next to it behind the HDD cover. (As attached image)
I'm sure there is a stepdown regulator to go from 5v to 3.3v and one to go from 5v to 1.8v, just haven't found the right ones yet that are actually avaliable to buy from a shop.
Looking at SEM-001 board tonight as people have been having problems reading the NANDs directly on these (and i have nothing better to do untill i get payed), found all the address points so far, might have another look tomorrow and hopefully get everything off schematics.
Last edited by yellowcapri; 03-10-2011 at 05:34 PM.
Finished mapping out the points for SEM-001, I don't have a SEM-001 board so won't be able to test this but here they are if someone wants to try.
This way i don't have to solder directly to nand's pins right? This is much easier then?
Originally Posted by yellowcapri
Edit: This is not applicable for infectus right? I see more connection points than the default installation.
Last edited by Kaan; 03-11-2011 at 02:37 PM.