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    Titanium to Gamma card

    Is it possible to ceonvert titanium card to gamma card and if yes what is the procedure.
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    Re: Titanium to Gamma card

    Not possible. Different processors and Gamma OS is not public.

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    Re: Titanium to Gamma card

    iT'S IMPOSSIBLE ...BECAUSE OS IS NOT THE SAME & MEMORY ALSO NOT SAME............SORRY MAN

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    Re: Titanium to Gamma card

    There are some widely spread rumors around they all belong to the same family (AT90SC...)

    Titanium 1s maybe the AT90SC3232C
    Titanium 2s maybe the AT90SC6464C
    Gammas maybe the AT90SC7272C
    the list goes on and on...

    of ATMEL cards, which makes it extremely possible they all have compatible CPUs but different EEPROM/FLASH sizes and most likely speeds as well. More info of course can be found from ATMEL's site. So, depending on the program size you want to load, it maybe possible to run the same program in different cards of the same family, however, very unlike this to happen unless you have the compiler (easy to get), and the source code (unreleased yet) or you may end up with a card running an infloop...

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    Re: Titanium to Gamma card

    Gamma processor is Freescale MMC2107. Not Atmel at all.

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    Re: Titanium to Gamma card

    Quote Originally Posted by 007.4 View Post
    Gamma processor is Freescale MMC2107. Not Atmel at all.
    Actually, it may even be more than just that... Have a look at this very brilliant and very tech explanation as to why... and if that is true, it makes it even harder to convert a Titanium to a Gamma card even if you were to have the src...

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    Well the source code has been public for many months. However, the DES keys have been removed. So even if it was compiled for a different platform without the keys it could not work.
    Furthermore, the basic working provider data (PMK/ProvID and Axi/Exi /HexSN) are not obtainable to end users. It seems only the Gamma team can dump them (or obtain them in other ways). This has all stopped now.

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    And I am sure those DES keys will never be released for very obvious reasons. I think we are getting a little bit off topic here but are you sure its DES and not 3DES?

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    Yes, 3DES CBC.

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    There is something really interesting about all this though, the Infinity USB, once you set the card to gamma, identifies it as AT90SC7272CC...... could it be so wrong about this?

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