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Sandisk 20-82-00369-282

Postby jerema » 23.01.18, 13:22

I got usb stick with Sandisk 20-82-00369-282 with one chip 32GB
Did anybody know, if this chip is encrypted ?

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Re: Sandisk 20-82-00369-282

Postby Roman_TS » 23.01.18, 13:25

Most of modern Sandisk controllers does not use encryption. Only XOR.
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Re: Sandisk 20-82-00369-282

Postby jerema » 23.01.18, 13:48

Ok, thanks Roman, then I will desolder the chip and try to solve with pc3000.


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Re: Sandisk 20-82-00369-282

Postby jerema » 25.01.18, 19:29

Unfortunately it is a LGA60 chip.

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Re: Sandisk 20-82-00369-282

Postby Roman_TS » 26.01.18, 08:13

jerema wrote:Source of the post Unfortunately it is a LGA60 chip.

You can read it with TLGA-52 adapter. Additional 8 pins are not critical for chip reading.
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Re: Sandisk 20-82-00369-282

Postby jerema » 26.01.18, 10:03

Hello Roman,
this does not work. There comes a message: PWR ON Error on Channel VCC. ...uncompatible power scheme

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Re: Sandisk 20-82-00369-282

Postby Roman_TS » 26.01.18, 14:43

Try to chose power scheme ID=1785 during chip ID reading. Should help.
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Re: Sandisk 20-82-00369-282

Postby jerema » 26.01.18, 16:13

I can not found this power scheme

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Re: Sandisk 20-82-00369-282

Postby Roman_TS » 29.01.18, 08:08

Here is it:
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Re: Sandisk 20-82-00369-282

Postby MasterT » 05.04.18, 15:01

I also have an LGA60 Chip H23QFG8PG1MCS Manufacturer SK HYNIX.

I tried to read using power scheme ID=1785 with TLGA-52 adapter, chip is centered, clean contacts.

I get the following error.
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Re: Sandisk 20-82-00369-282

Postby AJ2008 » 05.04.18, 16:28

Does it display ID correctly, and all looks good, then this error is presented?

I see these symptoms I describe before and could not read in PC3000 reader, I had to use other reader to get dump made, I do not know why this happens, hopefully is some simple solution that Acelab can tell us all :)

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Re: Sandisk 20-82-00369-282

Postby Roman_TS » 06.04.18, 08:43

MasterT wrote:Source of the post
I get the following error.


Hello,

A couple of questions:

1. Do you see chip ID in Log?
2. Are you sure that your chip LGA-60?
3. Did you turned off all other reading schemes like on my screen?
download/file.php?id=1025&mode=view
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Re: Sandisk 20-82-00369-282

Postby MasterT » 11.04.18, 11:58

1. I cannot see chip ID.
2. i attached a picture for confirmation.
3. I did exactly as in your picture.
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Re: Sandisk 20-82-00369-282

Postby MasterT » 14.04.18, 08:25

Most likely chip is dead.

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Re: Sandisk 20-82-00369-282

Postby Multi-COM » 20.04.18, 21:45

Is this H2JTDG2MBR ? If answer is Yes then its probably not death.
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