Jtag neosat ipro 2000 plus

JTAG on Dish Receivers.
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eragonz
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Jtag neosat ipro 2000 plus

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Is posible Jtag for this receiver?
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eragonz wrote:Is posible Jtag for this receiver?
You need to specify what CPU it uses. Does it comes with JTAG port?
If like Nanp 2 or Nano premium then it is supported. You can find video on youtube how I did for those two boxes.
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Interesting, Ijust found it is STi based CPU. I am not sure if it is similar to Extreamview 3300. I had also done JTAG for that box.
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The picture is of low quality. I see JTAG port. I think this is similar to 3300.
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verifies this to be sure, master.



http://www.megaupload.com/?d=5B50P9B2
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Post by usbbdm »

I can only say it has JTAG port. I have not tested myself but I think it is not hard to add support to it.
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appreciate your help
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USB JTAG NT 0.54
Target: ExtremeView3300
-detect
IDCODE FFFFFFFF
-getram 40000000 400000
-detect
IDCODE 00000000
-getram 40000000 400000
Time 00:00:03 (.860)
-cmpram 40000000 400000
Time 00:00:03 (.875)
Compare data OK
-erase 40000000 400000
Detect the flash type first!
-detect
IDCODE 00000000
-erase 40000000 400000
Detect the flash type first!
-detect
IDCODE 00000000
-detect
IDCODE 00000000
-getram 40000000 400000
Time 00:00:03 (.781)
-cmpram 40000000 400000
Time 00:00:03 (.828)
Compare data Failed address 40000004,target DD,PC memory 8D
-erase 40000000 400000
Detect the flash type first!
-detect
IDCODE 00000000
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8meg

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I wouldn't even think about erasing the flash until I had a 100% verified good backup made.
You realize that the magnum has a 4meg flash and your receiver 8meg?
Id code all ff's means the jtag connection is wired wrong.
It should be the same as the magnum 20pin to 14pin adapter.
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Very bad move if he does not even have IDCODE right. Make sure backup is right. Never do erase or program until you are 100% sure.
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slugworth wrote:I wouldn't even think about erasing the flash until I had a 100% verified good backup made.
You realize that the magnum has a 4meg flash and your receiver 8meg?
Id code all ff's means the jtag connection is wired wrong.
It should be the same as the magnum 20pin to 14pin adapter.


friend where the cable with 20 pin to 14 pin!
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usbbdm wrote:Very bad move if he does not even have IDCODE right. Make sure backup is right. Never do erase or program until you are 100% sure.

that's a reading, but not even clear leaves and it is clear you must first schedule a backup save.
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Post by usbbdm »

You need to make your own. 14 pin jumper will do the job.
When doing ARM, I made a 14 pin to 20 pin from an old IDE cable. Quite reliable. I will make one for DCU too.
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made

Post by slugworth »

eragonz wrote:friend where the cable with 20 pin to 14 pin!
I made my own out of an old mfm hardrive data cable and 14pin header.
The old macintosh computers that had a floppy drive use a 20pin cable for the floppy drive,if you have any of those antiques around.
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