6/29/2006

success Access Nand Flash on FW2.60 ^o^

Thank You hitchhikr's Great Work ^o^
[Kernel mode under firmware 2.6 * The proof of concept *]

now i can Access Nand Flash on FW2.60

is there any FW1.00 DIE HARD TRILOGY user hope to run with FW2.60 ?

10 Comments:

At 6/29/2006 10:00:00 am, Blogger eja said...

I have a PSP-1000CW boxcode H, TA-081, now at 2.60. And several PSP-1004 boxcode C (TA-079) and F (all TA-082's).

I still have no means of unbricking. If you say it is safe, then I will be glad to test!

How did you test it? How many bricks did you make (and unbrick)?

 
At 6/29/2006 10:01:00 am, Blogger eja said...

Sorry error: All my F - PSPs are TA-081 not TA-082 !!

 
At 6/29/2006 12:47:00 pm, Blogger Mog said...

Hey 0okm, when I first saw this exploit I immediately thought about you and DHT.
I posted my ideas about what might be possible in dcemu psp forums:
http://www.dcemu.co.uk/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=27601
I posted the idea in that thread, post #27

Some people there told me flash0 access was not possible for some reason.
Thanks for confirming it is possible!

Thanks to you, us 1.00/1.50 users may be able to choose any firmware up to 2.60 and be able to return to 1.00/1.50 later!

Can't wait for FW1.00 DHT v1.2! :P

 
At 6/29/2006 01:43:00 pm, Blogger 0okm said...

>>eja
How did you test it? How many bricks did you make (and unbrick)?

i test 10pcs psp
reflash them to FW1.00
8pcs OK
2pcs have error
but never mind
i have multi FW Module ^o^

>>mog
Some people there told me flash0 access was not possible for some reason.

now on FW2.60 you can access "flash0" or "Nand Flash"

 
At 6/29/2006 09:40:00 pm, Blogger idolum said...

Hi Ookm
About "PSP Multi Firmware module
If you want to look for manufacturer's production,
I think that I can find very good manufacturer in China ,
And the ideals of other manufacturers that the price will stand opposite each other,
If you are interested can contact me ,
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At 6/30/2006 04:43:00 pm, Blogger Gaia777 said...

Hi 0okm, look i have a PSP version 2.6 that originally was 2.1, i can help you with the testing because i dont have a TA-082 so the downgrader may work, if you need somebody to test it, just add me to msn, my mail is yami_malik128@hotmail.com, thanks a lot

 
At 7/03/2006 02:39:00 pm, Blogger eja said...

Hi 0okm,
with your multi firmware module
can you keep the PSP at 1.50 and run the 2.60 and 2.71 EBOOT against the external multi firmware module flash device?

I suspect that Sony Eboot cannot program device other than SAMSUNG MCP with its specific flash id registers?

 
At 7/03/2006 03:18:00 pm, Blogger 0okm said...

yes
you can
one is FW1.50
another FW2.71

K5E5658HCM's ID same as K9F5608Uxx

 
At 7/03/2006 06:35:00 pm, Blogger eja said...

:D Great!

I have ordered a UP module and I will try to find out if they can do this, too. ETA unknown.

I was afraid that Sony might blacklist non-MCP flash id's in BOOT time in IPL's in next firmwares like FW 3.00 (GPS support ;P )

UP does not state that it is possible to run Sony EBOOT update against their flash device. UP does not say that it is impossible, either. On production devices the flash device markings are made unreadable.

 
At 7/03/2006 07:43:00 pm, Blogger eja said...

I have tested something:
Start with 1000-H (TA081), update to EU 2.60, it is still JP X-0 buttons.

Downdated with DAX-SXT 0.5beta with 1.50 EBOOT and PSP1004-F (TA081) -> 1.50 as donater.

Then I have 1000-1.50 FW but still JP X-0 buttons.

Use PSP-set 0.9 from www.psp-arena.de and change X-O. Now I have US X-O buttons.

I update to EU 2.00. Still US X-O buttons.

I update to EU 2.60. Still US X-O buttons.

I downdate again to EU 1.50. I have JP style X-O buttons again! ;P

The button settings are probably lost when recreating the settings after reboot to 1.50, the blue screen in all languages, press 0 to recreate.

If I downgrade from 2.00 to 1.50 I have the same blue screen and also the JP X-0 buttons arrive again!

When downdating with your flasher do you let the PSP recreate that settings table too?

 

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