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Old 06-06-2009, 06:08 PM   #2
delphidb96
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Device: TWO Kindle 2s, one each Bookeen Cybook Gen3, Sony PRS-500, Axim X51V
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Originally Posted by vishcompany View Post
Hello everybody,

I recently got a cybook, which keeps crashing a lot; it once got bricked, bookeen fixed it, but actually, next time, I'd just like to flash it back into life myself, so I'd like to dd the contents of the flash memory.

I looked around and found the documentation on OpenInkpot-wiki for the pinout, which seems to be showing the PCB of a first generation gen3.

The "about" page of my cybook tells me: "s3c2440 (400MHz)" and the PCB looks - err - slightly different:




Anybody tried to hack into this device yet?
Would it make any sense trying openInkpot on this one (I doubt it though)?
IIRC, the original Gen3 used an S3C2410. And the latest e-ink Broadsheet SDK uses the S3C2416 (which is MORE powerful than an S3C2440). But they're all Samsung devices.

Derek
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