[Noisebridge-discuss] Hands free car adapter circuit boards.

Adrian Chadd adrian.chadd at gmail.com
Tue Feb 18 18:26:20 UTC 2014


Can you slurp the flash/eeprom data off via jtag or their programming interface?

If so, why not just replace the PIC with another of the same PIC but
without the OTP fuse open?


-a


On 18 February 2014 09:35, C. Honnet <cedric at honnet.eu> wrote:
> We investigated a bit more but realized that the PIC microcontroller is an
> OTP (one time programmable).
>
> So the simple hacks will be limited to the analog world...
> ...unless we reverse engineer the PCB to redraw the circuit and find good
> spots to connect an attiny for example (I have to investigate it but it
> seeing possible).
>
> Let's do it just before next Monday's circuit hacking session ;)
> Cedric.
>
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> Date: Mon, 17 Feb 2014 09:37:46 -0800
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>
> Oh man, that's marvelous! The light sensor thingy is a passive infrared
> (PIR) proximity/motion detector:
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Passive_infrared_sensor
>
> How late will y'all be going tonight? I might get a chance to stop by and
> help, probably after 10ish.
>
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