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Published in 2015-1-13 04:12:50 | Show all floors |Read mode
Hi all, anyone know how to have nand preinstalled, and how big it is?
Unlukly i haven't found info about that
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Published in 2015-1-13 18:20:47 | Show all floors
There have been some customers to the development board NAND flash pre installed. NAND flash capacity is 8GB. Thank you.

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Published in 2015-1-18 18:20:40 | Show all floors
Mine does not have nand installed. If you are good at soldering and have the right chip you might be able to mount it yourself (but again: good soldering skills and a steady hand is needed). Would have loved it if the nand was mounted standard  Then again probably this would have brought the price up by 10 dollars or so.

PS: as I am already logged it, it would be nice if I do not have to enter a captcha on every post ....
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 Author| Published in 2015-1-20 00:46:34 | Show all floors
Unluckly my soldering skills are not so skilled lol...
But i agree, with a nand on board, one of the opi uses may be as a big nas, with os in nand, 4 usb disks and 1 sata

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Published in 2015-2-26 20:16:27 | Show all floors
Edited by voldem at 2015-2-26 20:22
zhao_steven replied at 2015-1-13 18:20
There have been some customers to the development board NAND flash pre installed. NAND flash capacit ...

If I have a chip that is necessary for its installation and proper operation? Only solder and all?





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Published in 2015-3-2 06:48:15 | Show all floors
Does anyone reading this?

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Published in 2015-3-2 22:52:33 | Show all floors
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Published in 2015-3-6 09:53:33 | Show all floors
Check out drag soldering, will help you

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Published in 2015-3-14 06:23:30 | Show all floors
*sigh* Well ive heard it called "MMC" Only at my business (Im our all in on technician so my mind is pretty much melting on a daily basis) Assuming NAND and MMC are the same thing, I could do a soldering tutorial later on. Since youll likely want to use a cold carbon soldering gun, I will look to see what the web is offering now a days.

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Published in 2015-3-23 16:10:39 | Show all floors
In the OranjgePi Plus ther is a 8 GB EMMC installed.
How fast ist this storage
Class10 UHC ?? or faster.

Thank you for your kind infomation
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