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Hi all! Before we will start, a small description: This article was planned as a short guide for monolith pinout research. The main idea of this article is not to study step-by-step how to search pinout in all possible cases, … Continue reading
There are Flash cases with a controller chip hidden by compound or erased text on it or the case is based on internal controller chip. Such cases with Noname or hidden controller might be: USB Flash drives, SD and microSD … Continue reading
Some users already have this adapter, others just think about purchasing. In this article we would like to present PC-3000 Flash Card adapter and describe a working process with it. Please note that you need to have PC-3000 Flash software ver. … Continue reading
This article will be helpful in Data recovery and also can be used in everyday life. The fake flash card is the same as a fake of any other item – it looks like something else, not what it really … Continue reading
When we are speaking about monolith drive preparing for soldering, we should remember about one of the most important steps – grinding. Grinding – is a special process of compound erasing from the bottom side of monolith device. During this … Continue reading
Nowadays a lot of modern NAND flash devices use a new type of architecture, where the interface, the controller and memory chips are integrated into one common ceramic layer. We call it Monolithic structure. Until recently, all memory cards like SD, … Continue reading