QUOTE(krizalid @ Jan 14 2010, 07:14 PM)
As for nandpro, test injecting xell.bin for jaspers BB nands to an xbr.bin and see how many blocks does it flash into it.
Just tried what you said. I typed:
nandpro jasper_xbr_3: -w256 xell.bin 0
And this is what nandpro gave me:
Using Virtual Nand Device File: jasper_xbr_3.bin
Configured for Large Block Nand
File: xell.bin FileLen:14a000 Blocks:50
And now... I feel a little bit confused. There is blocks: 50, so it should mean, that xell only writes 50 first blocks, as it does for 16mb boards. But what about FileLen and that "004F" thing? 004F is 79 in dec AFAIK... Please, could you explain it to me? Do you think that dumping only 50 first blocks of NAND using LPT would be enough? Maybe it is a good idea to dump, lets say, 100 first blocks of NAND (just to be safer)?