Crayon Shin Chan wrote:Well, this just dropped into my lap recently for free:
I have no idea what to do with it. Apparently, it's a whole SoC, with 10 pins with which to make its mark on the world. The official website says it's a "flash programmer", but I've never seen a flash chip that wasn't TSOP, plus, they all have more than 10 pins.
So I guess I'm asking: what does it do? Can I control each pin individually, and kinda use it like an Arduino?
Crayon Shin Chan wrote:Apparently it was used to hack a PS3, and now that there's PS3 CFW, the guy had no need for the Blackcat anymore. So you're saying if something went wrong while flashing a BIOS or firmware onto a motherboard or DVD burner, then I could use this to reflash it?
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