Posted: Thu Nov 08, 2007 22:10 Post subject: Re: Tjtag - EJTAG tool with Gv8/GSv7 support
Ok, Here is my modified HDM debrick tool, that I am calling Tjtag.
New additions include:
1. two new Flash Chips
2. four new processors
3. the addition of BSP for use with flash, erase, and backup
4. new switch /bypass - this switch can be used on AMD/Spansion style flash chips that support the unlock bypass command - it can decrease your flash time as much as 40-50%. It also disables polling.
EX. On my machine flashing a CFE to a Gv8 with EON 520 sec
230 sec using /bypass
The windows version is in the windows folder, linux in the linux folder, the windows version of this file was created using a cross compiler on Debian 4+, I have also included the source, in case you want to recompile it.
I would be interested in feedback from those of you that have had problems flashing the EON chip in the Gv8 - using the /bypass switch.
I will keep the latest revisions in this thread, until I have moved it to a download area.
As always, please leave feedback, its how we improve..
P.S> Special thanks to Eko, and all the members that helped me test.
Joined: 07 Jun 2006 Posts: 2087 Location: Odessa, Ukraine
Posted: Fri Nov 09, 2007 16:52 Post subject:
Thank you, but most of that work has to be credited to the Original Author HDM " Hairy Dairy Maid " I am using his application as base to build on and improve, suggetions are welcome. _________________ Want JTAG support - Donate a router
or Donate with PayPal !
Well after giving up on trying ping the router last night I tried pluged into one of the 4 ports on the back and was able to ping that. But it would not upload the dd-wrt file. I also noticed that good old Mcafee uninstaller did not completely remove it's firewall so I'm trying to get that removed. I will continue to update with progress.
I have a wrt54gs v7 router and It's up and running. I was having trouble getting a ping response back. But I was in the wrong port, this is what I did:
I preformed a wholeflash to the router. All the lights are working as needed to be to operate normal. I plugged it into port 2, and then tried pinging. I got back the correct packets. So for some more giggles I opened up Internet Explorer and tried to access the Admin screen and was able to log onto the router (Linksys admin screen). Big giggles happening now . I'm thinking wow I back up again.
Is there something I need to check like maybe the mac address? If so what would or where can I get that?
Oh and by the way I had to add XP to my system (Dual Boot) because I could not get the Mcafee firewall uninstalled. Still waiting to get that information, and I have not tried the wireless part of the router yet. Will try when I get back to the hotel, at least I can talk to it again.
Note: I know why I was having trouble getting a ping I was connecting to the internet port . I set my IP as 192.168.1.2, then mask 255.255.255.0 dns 192.168.1.1. So my problems were user error But I still have not tested the wireless.