Support for EN25Q32B please ?

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liviu
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Support for EN25Q32B please ?

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Could you please add support for this serial flash ?
The datasheet is here
http://download.maritex.com.pl/pdfs/sc/EN25Q32B_a.pdf
Chip detection reports the values 1c,30,16
usbbdm
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Post by usbbdm »

liviu wrote:Could you please add support for this serial flash ?
The datasheet is here
http://download.maritex.com.pl/pdfs/sc/EN25Q32B_a.pdf
Chip detection reports the values 1c,30,16
Watch this and you can add it yourself.
liviu
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What am I doing wrong ?

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I am not sure what I did wrong but it still doesn't detect. I can see in C:\Program Files\usbjtag\usbjtagnt\config\flash.xml that it added this

<flash>
<id1>0x1C</id1>
<id2>0x30</id2>
<name>EN25Q32B</name>
<size>0x400000</size>
<protocol>0</protocol>
<block>
<secnum>64</secnum>
<secsize>0x10000</secsize>
</block>
</flash>

but it still doesn't detect
usbbdm
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Post by usbbdm »

liviu wrote:I am not sure what I did wrong but it still doesn't detect. I can see in C:\Program Files\usbjtag\usbjtagnt\config\flash.xml that it added this

<flash>
<id1>0x1C</id1>
<id2>0x30</id2>
<name>EN25Q32B</name>
<size>0x400000</size>
<protocol>0</protocol>
<block>
<secnum>64</secnum>
<secsize>0x10000</secsize>
</block>
</flash>

but it still doesn't detect
You forgot id3 which is 0x16
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