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fabb_ved 07-31-2018 11:19

Need g925f direct emmc pinout
 
Hi have dead g925 i try to recovery user data but i need direct emmc pinout.
Someone have?
thanks

layder 07-31-2018 12:33

G920/G925, G930/935, G950/955 have a new memory - UFS memory, not eMMC
no pinout for it. It need new socket and new interface for EasyJTAG Plus.

hondavtec 09-10-2019 17:16

Sorry for pulling this up:
there is a BGA95 socket out - I know... but can I also connect via wires?
Anyone got pins?

layder 09-10-2019 21:46

Z3x at now can't release adapter with wires - is't fraught with difficulties with normal connect

Only our socket is warranty for good connect

May be later after many test we are relealed the board for wires solder UFS chips.
But at to difficult (nedd many wired and additional capacitor and additional 1,2v power)


You do not ask questions, how to connect a SATA HDD to a laptop with wiring?
It's have same difficult

UFS chips connection are work like SATA HDD (SATA SSD)

UFS chips connection IS SAME as SATA compiter interface + aditional POWER (3.3, 1.85 , 1.2)

Try to connect cоmputer SATA HDD interface via cuprum wires - it's a same as connect UFS chip via wires

hondavtec 09-11-2019 07:00

Oh, got it... only works with BGA-95 Adapter

layder 09-11-2019 07:36

Quote:

Originally Posted by hondavtec (Post 13817590)
Oh, got it... only works with BGA-95 Adapter

in some future, boards for soldering to the ISP will be released
(there are rare devices with tx/rx pair and clock signal at top of PCB, like samsung A920)

but soldering the chip with power from box wiring is quite difficult (need resistor divider for rx/tx/clock signals and additional stabilizer for 1,2v)
and some UFS chips not work with 1,8v default, and needed 1,85v

hondavtec 09-11-2019 07:40

Quote:

Originally Posted by layder (Post 13817649)
and some UFS chips not work with 1,8v default, and needed 1,85v

Wow, they're so picky :eek:


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