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World's 1st GPGeMMC Read Really Detailed EMMC information

Here is Video Sample from Samsung S3,

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rJ1NjaIDcso

You have to Enable this option from parameters, Click on Parameters ( you can find it from right top corner ), Tick Show "CSD" Information windows, So after that you have to select model, after selecting model you have to see pinouts, Double click on picture to zoom, Sold Wire according to the picture ( you must sold 100% Correct wires and Sold wire with lot of care ) after sold wires to the phone Sold that 6 wires to the small ISP Small PCB according to the picture, after just connect small pcb to box. Keep in mind you don't need to put any kind of power like Usb, Power Supply, Battery etc... you don't need any kind of power just connect small isp pcb directly to the box without giving power to phone. After every thing is ready Click on READ INFO. after that you can see DETAILED info about eMMC. also you can close that videos and can see REAL TIME Volts on Every pin you sold for Emmc Connection. CSD means Card specific data. This is information about the card operation conditions. CSD Complete info is very useful for Very Highly Advance users & Developers. here is some details of Real time Volts

VCC value is the following box corresponding ISP real time voltage value
V18 is the following 1.8v pinout corresponding ISP real time voltage value
VCCQ is the following 3.3V pinout corresponding ISP real time voltage value
D0 is the following do pinout corresponding ISP real time voltage value
CMD is the following CMD pinout corresponding ISP real time voltage value
CLK is the following CLK pinout corresponding ISP real time voltage value


This values you can see when you click on "CSD" info ticked and after read info close that windows, then you can see into Main log window. it will look like this

ID Check...
Level(v) : Vcc___V18___VCCQ___D0___CMD___CLK
Pullup : 0.01___0.00__0.14____0.48__0.00___0.01

like this you can check Volts, also from this you can understand the behavior of Emmc ic so you knows it can be hardware or not.... also GPGeMMC have one Great Feature to Protect eMMC ic is if current is going too high it will Auto Disconnect Volts which coming from box to Protect eMMC ic and Phone's Cpu

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