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Thread: Is Paul's SerialFlash library compatible with MT29F2G01ABAGDSF-IT:G ?

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    Is Paul's SerialFlash library compatible with MT29F2G01ABAGDSF-IT:G ?

    I'm working on a project that require's quite a bit of memory, and I was looking at MT29F2G01ABAGDSF-IT:G as it has a 2Gbit capacity. Looking at the tests doc on the github (https://github.com/PaulStoffregen/Se...ster/tests.txt) I see that MT29F2G01ABAGDWB-IT:G is slated to be tested, but that has not been completed yet. So like the title says, does anyone know if MT29F2G01ABAGDSF-IT:G will be compatible with the library? If not, could anyone recommend a reasonably priced flash chip, with a 1-2 Gbit capacity that is compatible? I mention reasonably priced, because I'm looking to produce 1k-2k units, and the micron N25Q00AA13GSF40G is ~$13, and the spansion S70FL01GSAGMFI011 is roughly the same. The MT29F2G01ABAGDSF-IT:G has everything I need, that is if it will work with this library! Thank you for any help or advice you can offer!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bradroan View Post
    but that has not been completed yet.
    Honestly hasn't even started yet, other than buying the chip and soldering it to a test board. I simply haven't had time to do much with this library lately.

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    Paul, you for the reply, and thank you for writing the library, even if I don't end up getting it to work on these bigger flash chips.

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    That's a lot of storage space
    The fact you have to request a datasheet from Micron is a real turn off....

    Maybe poke around in this thread also, Memory-board-add-on-requirements.

    That reminds me I gotta figure out what I did with the W25Q64FVSSIG I bought a long time ago lol.

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    Hello,
    For a project I will also need a flash with 8Gbit and the family MT29F (NAND) is easily found on the market.
    I analyzed the SerialFlash library (with my basic knowledge) but it seems to me rather oriented for NOR flash rather than NAND.

    Is it correct?

    Thank you
    Pierre

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    No NAND flash chips have been tested. None of them existed when this library was created.

    Perhaps early next year (2020) I may work on SerialFlash again and update it for many newer chips. But with the recent release of Teensy 4.0, I currently have many other much higher priorities. There's only so many hours in every day....

    Unless you hear a first hand account from someone who used a NAND chip, or I (eventually) update the library, you can assume no NAND chips will work with SerialFlash.

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    Thank you for quick reply.

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    I too would be interested in replacing SD card with NAND flash to use Audio library as is, mostly on Teensy 3.2, have not migrated to the 4.0 yet.

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