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Old 07-19-2017, 11:48   #31 (permalink)
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Exclamation Nice hardware, but worthless without the appropriate eMMC firmware


It is nice that this adapter has been developed and that you can buy it for a lot of money, but from where - damn again - I get the complete firmware for example for the eMMC memory of a Samsung Galaxy S3 (i9300 - KMVTU000LM-B503, BGA 153 / 169), a Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (N910x-kmr210008m-a805, BGA 529)?

I have not found a forum post, where the firmwares are offered for download.

So where can I get this? Do I need to read the firmware itself from a working eMMC memory?

I miss understandable tutorials, where is exactly explained and shown, how to read out all relevant areas of the eMMC memory and how to transfer these read data error-free into another eMMC chip.

I bought a Riff Box 1, but I can not find any reasonable information. When other users ask such questions, they rarely get helpful answers or do mostly not receive answers to their important questions.


So where can I download the firmware for all or at least the most important eMMC memory - in my case for the Riff Box 1?

I need the firmware for the Samsung Galaxy S3 and for the Smasung Galaxy Note 4 eMMC memory, which is not offered for download by the JTAG Manager of the Riff Box.

Exists such a download portal? If not, why does no one create such a download source?

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Old 10-30-2017, 11:49   #32 (permalink)
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need help connecting this adapter

where to connect on e-mate pro?

do i olso need power with micri USB cable?

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Old 11-02-2017, 06:34   #33 (permalink)
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it is best option for ufi box direct user partition write, brother one side connect emmc box and second side use all in one card reader........
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Old 11-24-2017, 18:23   #34 (permalink)
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i have the e-mate all 6 in one the last time i connected a BGA-221 there is two diodes near the 3.3 1.8 v switch one of them went hot and now i won't able to read any emmc
every time i put different emmc in the socket it won't read cmd error
and when putting BGA-221 the diode starts heat again i even flip the switch to 1.8 the other diide started to heat any help
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Old 11-27-2017, 05:04   #35 (permalink)
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i have the e-mate all 6 in one the last time i connected a BGA-221 there is two diodes near the 3.3 1.8 v switch one of them went hot and now i won't able to read any emmc
every time i put different emmc in the socket it won't read cmd error
and when putting BGA-221 the diode starts heat again i even flip the switch to 1.8 the other diide started to heat any help
All are 3.3v. Easyjtag need add usb 5V. Set 3.3V
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Old 11-27-2017, 05:07   #36 (permalink)
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It is nice that this adapter has been developed and that you can buy it for a lot of money, but from where - damn again - I get the complete firmware for example for the eMMC memory of a Samsung Galaxy S3 (i9300 - KMVTU000LM-B503, BGA 153 / 169), a Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (N910x-kmr210008m-a805, BGA 529)?

I have not found a forum post, where the firmwares are offered for download.

So where can I get this? Do I need to read the firmware itself from a working eMMC memory?

I miss understandable tutorials, where is exactly explained and shown, how to read out all relevant areas of the eMMC memory and how to transfer these read data error-free into another eMMC chip.

I bought a Riff Box 1, but I can not find any reasonable information. When other users ask such questions, they rarely get helpful answers or do mostly not receive answers to their important questions.


So where can I download the firmware for all or at least the most important eMMC memory - in my case for the Riff Box 1?

I need the firmware for the Samsung Galaxy S3 and for the Smasung Galaxy Note 4 eMMC memory, which is not offered for download by the JTAG Manager of the Riff Box.

Exists such a download portal? If not, why does no one create such a download source?
this is a emmc Socket. Not emmc frimware. Socket is socket.
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