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Changing the i.MX35 NAND flash model for Windows Embedded CE 6.0

Posted: 16 Feb 2010     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:NAND flash  Windows Embedded flash  i.MX35 changing flash 

This application note describes how to include a new NAND flash model in customs design using the i.MX35 and Windows Embedded CE 6.0.

Frequently, new i.MX hardware designs use different components from those used on Freescale development tools. Most of these custom boards include several components that are not 100 per cent compatible with Freescale's BSP. In general, memory suppliers often promote changes on their product portfolio. Therefore, memories such as DDR, NAND flash and NOR flash are often replaced by models that are not supported by the Freescale's BSP drivers. This application provides a guidance to include a new NAND flash model to Freescale's BSP.

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