like devices with SN starting with KG31 and/or a rev of 326 use the Touch firmware; and devices with SN starting with N905 and/or a rev of 110 use the Glo firmware... but Willa's details
mess that theory up.
However, there were Touches with rev 110 in Sept 2012 before the firmware split... but even then
there were discrepancies between 326 and 110. Aaah there were also N905 SNs here
in Sept 2012... But early ones, N905B
just like Willa's. All boh!'s "new" Touches have N905x with x= later letters, J
So, where would the cutoff be? I found a N905C
, that uses Touch firmware here
but it's a bit ambiguous (is it model # or SN?) The same person confirmed here
that it was the SN, but that post is confusing as I'm talking about model numbers and clsdclsd is talking about SN.
There's a first N905J
, and it was very modern
at the time. Even had a "special" firmware version just like here
suspected was only for specific hardware... Oooh we're getting somewhere! I sent the person in question (Syber) a PM to confirm whether he uses the Glo firmware. Another N905J
with the "special" firmware here
. I think this means the firmware split occurred at firmware version 2.1.1.
There's a SN KG32 here
, but from Apil 2012 so I'm assuming an "old" Touch.
– need more data to confirm
- SN = KG31: Touch
- SN = KG32: Touch firmware (uncertain)
- SN = N905B: Touch
- SN = N905C: Touch firmware (uncertain)
- SN = N905J: Glo
- SN = N905K: Glo
Warning! SN = beginning of serial number, not to be confused with model number, which all start with N905