27 Feb

NAND Flash types

We have a new function in V1.10 control the nand compatibility with the target selected device .

NAND Pro  Support SLC , MLC , TLC NAND’s  those used on iPhone/iPads  but what are these NAND and what are the differences !

Can you use all these NAND’s mixed-up on any device ?

Answer is : “NO” !

But we made this easier for NAND Pro customers.

Let's take a look quick reference for these flash types and understand the main differences .

The Single Level Cell flash is so called for it’s single bit that can either be on or off when charged. This type of flash has the advantage of being the most accurate when reading and writing data, and also has the benefit of lasting the longest data read and write cycles.

MLC flash as it’s name suggests stores multi bits of data on one cell.
The big advantage of this is the lower cost of manufacturing versus manufacturing SLC flash.

Storing 3 bits of data per cell, TLC flash is the cheapest form of flash to manufacture. The biggest disadvantage to this type of flash is that it is only suitable for consumer usage, and would not be able to meet the standards for industrial use. Read/write life cycles are considerably shorter at 3,000 to 5,000 cycles per cell.

In order to get larger spaces in devices and newer devices used cheaper NAND's which has less life-cycle and slower but cheap
New NAND Pro Feature will inform you that which flash you have to use or you cant use on these devices .


NAND Pro Team

10 Feb

Basic Manual

Detect - Config - Select - Mod and Repeat

It’s time that we should explain some basics steps of configuration for our customers and this is mostly how it is done .

1 - Detect

Detecting as the first step of the process

We just have to make sure that the NAND IC inside the socket well placed .

2- Config

So in case there is no error with detecting thenand we can go to step 2 to start configuration for the NAND

3- Select

Select the NAND Model from the list That Match with your NAND

4- Mod

This is the critical part customers usually confused.

So nothing wrong with the loading pre-configured configurations but in this part you should add your device information fill in the UI and as a final step .

Write Boot !