Wow that is quality material .
so no need to encrypt prior to the key and flash ID command.
also if you already have it flashed to 2.3s could we do the following?
78FK Related = Firmware, Drive, New Motherboard
47DH Related = Current v47 Firmware , Drive, Old Motherboard = now.bin of last flash.
Follow the same tutorial without restoring at the start and without the Flash With GaryOpa'a V2.3 R2 in the middle?
Yep, only threw that in there because I thought he had already Restored his drive. I personally always Flash the with "hacked firmware" anytime BEFORE I flash the Spoof Data to avoid any confusion the Hacked Firmware Flasher may experience.
For future updates, I am assuming:
Start with Current Firmware,
Spoof Firmware, Tools >> Spoof Firmware
Click, Hitachi GDR3120L ROM 0047 >> Apply Spoof
Flash Spoof Data, Tools >> Direct Drive Flash (GDR Only) >> Flash String ID (Spoof Data)
Choose Drive and the flasher, Then Click "Start Flashing"
You get your drive back as a V47 flashed drive, do the update as any v47.
reapply the spoof to v78 as per instruction above.
Haven't had to update a spoofed drive yet, but I'd assume it would be best to:
-Undo the Spoof: Tools >> Spoof Firmware >> Original Settings (Undo-Spoof) >> Apply Spoof
-Restore the drive
-Proceed with flashing any update.
Then you would spoof the firmware as above.
I only say to do this to try to avoid the flasher possibly confusing the firmware with another version, although I am not sure how the checks work.