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JimmerSD Posted - 08/26/2015 : 13:27:16
This is a 16 pin SOC type and I have soldered it to an adapter board. I have tried to use the 25q64cv and have been successful using this preset and adapter to write to the 8 pin version of this chip I can not make it work on the 16.

I have tried to add the chip to the Devices.txt file but don't know how to get the correct hex device code for the package style.

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JimmerSD Posted - 08/26/2015 : 15:13:56
I've found it. The pinout of the 16 pin chip is completely different than the 8. Can I assign the pins to the correct chip layout? Or do I have to build a jig to route the pins to the 8 pin assignments?

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