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modrobert



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 _#35215 posted 2017-03-16 @ 13:20 GMT   
Quote:
- Getting a cartridge (Done)
- Opening the cartridge and making pictures (Done, check 'm! http://imgur.com/a/FndZC)
- Getting connected pins of the cartridge (Done, see this post)
- Getting to know the purpose of the pins <-- We're right right now
- Being able to dump a rom
- Developing a PoC PCB to upload roms to and run them

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Right now I'm looking for:

- More Switch cartridges of different games, preferably Zelda because I think the PCB is quite different. (Zelda confirmed to be just a chip)
- Donations. Producing PCB's, Buying tools and time ain't cheap D:

Let me know if you want to contribute!



Source: smiba @ http://gbatemp.net/threads/switch-cartridge-reverse-engineering.464580/

[ This message was edited by modrobert on 2017-03-16 @ 13:35 GMT ]
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 _#35317 posted 2017-05-06 @ 12:20 GMT   
https://reswitched.tech/hardware/gamecard

This page is good except pin 12 and 13 (DAT6 and DAT7) are mixed in the pinout order.

I also noticed the "first" clock (CLK) signal is used when host (Switch) send data to the device (game card), the other 8ns phase shifted clock (DS?) signal is used when the device (came card) sends data back to host. This happens each time data changes direction and all bus lines (DAT0-DAT7) goes into high impedance, looks like push-pull method is used.
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 /     /       |       l/     _/    ____)     _/      _     \     \/  cREAM /
/______________l_______/       \______________\_______|      \_   /________/
 -+--Mo!-------------- \________/ ------------------- l_______/_____\ -----+-

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 _#35349 posted 2017-05-19 @ 15:08 GMT   


The guys over at Texplained have posted an interesting blog piece about the game Zelda: Breath of the Wild for Switch with technical info and decap of the custom flash circuit from Macronix which also includes a secure module (ARM TrustZone SoC core?) for encryption purposes. I know this is part of Texplained's business model as a reverse engineering service, to post teasers of popular circuits without going too deep, and only those who can afford the work will benefit from the complete results, but it's still fun to read.

Thanks goes to GaryOPA for the heads up.

Read the blog post here:
https://www.texplained-store.com/en/Blog/8_how-it-is-made-zelda-botw-cartridge.html
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modrobert



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 _#35350 posted 2017-05-19 @ 15:11 GMT   
Quote:
On 2017-05-06 @ 12:20 GMT, modrobert wrote:
https://reswitched.tech/hardware/gamecard

This page is good except pin 12 and 13 (DAT6 and DAT7) are mixed in the pinout order.



Actually that info is wrong, and there are more pins mixed up if you really want the bus right, but more on that later.
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  \    __________________      \      _____/____/     _    \       /_        /
 /     /       |       l/     _/    ____)     _/      _     \     \/  cREAM /
/______________l_______/       \______________\_______|      \_   /________/
 -+--Mo!-------------- \________/ ------------------- l_______/_____\ -----+-

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 _#35351 posted 2017-05-20 @ 01:53 GMT   
intweresting stuff, nevertheless.....

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