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Old 02-28-2016, 04:35   #481 (permalink)
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I plan to read / write S22S12I10 EEPROM from Volvo (Alpine) CR-824 (CR-814)
This is an 18pin DIP that is 256 x 4 bit (1k) and is Schmitt input for STORE and RECALL

Can someone confirm programmer and software to use? I can not find S22S12 in any programmers device list.
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Old 09-01-2017, 19:03   #482 (permalink)
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Hi all,

I want to dump the eeprom of my Smart-Grundig radio. Seems to be a 24c08 (L08).
I'd buy a cheap chinese CH341A-programmer to read the chip, but but I'm afraid to solder out the IC.
Is it possible tread out the memory in-circuit without desoldering?
I found a guy who even write in-circuit with CH341A www,it-feed,de/?p=827
(sorry no link, I am not allowed to post, plz. replace ',' with '.')
using a SOP8 Test Clip.

Can this work on my radio or will I destroy eeprom or even the whole Radio?

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Old 09-01-2017, 19:16   #483 (permalink)
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Hi all,

I want to dump the eeprom of my Smart-Grundig radio. Seems to be a 24c08 (L08).
I'd buy a cheap chinese CH341A-programmer to read the chip, but but I'm afraid to solder out the IC.
Is it possible tread out the memory in-circuit without desoldering?
I found a guy who even write in-circuit with CH341A www,it-feed,de/?p=827
(sorry no link, I am not allowed to post, plz. replace ',' with '.')
using a SOP8 Test Clip.

Can this work on my radio or will I destroy eeprom or even the whole Radio?

TIA,
Werner
Simply unsolder the chip, it's safer and better

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Old 09-01-2017, 19:56   #484 (permalink)
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Thank you for replying shooting!
Simply is nothing, if you don't have proper equipment.

There's nobody who has experiences with reading incircuit?

TIA,
Werner

P.S. This forum software even prohibts quoting for users who have < 10 posts. This is f*#$*ing stupid
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Old 09-01-2017, 21:02   #485 (permalink)
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Thank you for replying shooting!
Simply is nothing, if you don't have proper equipment.

There's nobody who has experiences with reading incircuit?

TIA,
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A simple soldering iron will remove the chip.. if you can't do that then take it to your local decoder to decode

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Old 09-02-2017, 14:21   #486 (permalink)
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Hi shooting,

thanks for replying again, but the point of my question
wasn't whether it is easy or not to sold out a 8 pin SMD-device.
With my abilities and my experience, it is not safer.

There is a pretty probability that the component
will become heat-dead or the motherboard will be damaged.
In my area, there's not a 'local decoder'-service at every corner.
If I have to send the device to a decoder-service, I can buy a new,
better one and even cheaper.

I was interested in someone had experience with the dumping
without desolder. I've got now the possibility of desoldering.

So I'm going to try it anyway to read incircuit.
If someone is interested in the result, I can post again whether success
or s*cks.

CU & nice weekend,
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Old 09-02-2017, 14:41   #487 (permalink)
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Hi shooting,

thanks for replying again, but the point of my question
wasn't whether it is easy or not to sold out a 8 pin SMD-device.
With my abilities and my experience, it is not safer.

There is a pretty probability that the component
will become heat-dead or the motherboard will be damaged.
In my area, there's not a 'local decoder'-service at every corner.
If I have to send the device to a decoder-service, I can buy a new,
better one and even cheaper.

I was interested in someone had experience with the dumping
without desolder. I've got now the possibility of desoldering.

So I'm going to try it anyway to read incircuit.
If someone is interested in the result, I can post again whether success
or s*cks.

CU & nice weekend,
Werner
Soldering in-circuit is the same heat as removing, removing the chip is the simplest possible way to read your chip.
If you read in-circuit there maybe feedback circuitry which may give false reading, and if you have to write back you have the possibility of corruption.

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See: eeprom Removal and Install for Beginers .. [Tutorial]

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Old 10-12-2018, 08:27   #488 (permalink)
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Hello, Do you know any reader for EEPROM 95160. I am not how to read it.
It is in blaupunkt vw radio.

I have pickit3 to usb, JDM programmer to DB9, i2c programmer to parallel port, onboard pliers... Is it possible read it whit any of these.

Please help.
Many thanks in advance!!

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Old 10-12-2018, 08:30   #489 (permalink)
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Hello, Do you know any reader for EEPROM 95160. I am not how to read it.
It is in blaupunkt vw radio.

I have pickit3 to usb, JDM programmer to DB9, i2c programmer to parallel port, onboard pliers... Is it possible read it whit any of these.

Please help.
Many thanks in advance!!

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95xxx is the same as 25xxx .. consult your seller as to compatibility

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And do you know any easy reader for this eeproms? 25xxx and 95xxx. I can buy one. I am very newer
Thanks!!

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And do you know any easy reader for this eeproms? 25xxx and 95xxx. I can buy one. I am very newer
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We do not sell programmers here, you need to do this yourself

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Yes, I know, I said if you could recommend me one. It is ok.
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Yes, I know, I said if you could recommend me one. It is ok.
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We do not recommend programmers, read this thread for types of programmer: How to get your dump ?

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