Below are some pics and a ProgSkeet review from French site L-S: logic-sunrise.com/news-327205-review-ls-le-progskeet-est-arrive-chez-nous.html
To quote, roughly translated: LS Team is pleased to present a new review of products for your changes to consoles. Today we will test the promising ProgSkeet, as we already reported in our news
We will start with a small reminder: ProgSkeet is a program to dump all the flash and flash memory (NAND / NOR), so for us it will be more designed for Xbox 360, Wii, PS3 already supported. The team said that other devices will be supported later as satellite receivers dreambox. So this will allow you to retrieve an image or flash memory of your console, but also debricker your console or to the Dual-NAND.
This kind of product already exists but ProgSkeet Team put forward a speed unmatched dump before. We will now see if the team has delivered.
The progskeet comes Ready To Use, and is already programmed but is easily updatable via Injectus or Proflash 3 (support JTAG programming cables should also be created) for future updates to the microcontroller. At first sight, one notices that the progskeet is a quality product that is not at all "cheap" with its almost 2mm PCB and solder treated.
Like any device connecting to the PC, install the drivers available on the official site, nothing complicated.
We must now verify that your ProgSkeet works well for this, we use the software and we do UF6667 "test shorts."
If you have "No Short found! Device Properly working" brand, your controller is functional and the drivers are installed correctly.
You can now start the welds. To do this, you use the charts provided by the Team, I have done the test on an xbox.
Now connect your PC to your Progskeet powered console and click a NAND. You should see the ID down with XXXX XXXX changed the ID of your NAND. In my case, a Jasper 512 is a Samsung nand with ID EC DC 10 95 54.
We must now choose what you want to dump, you can retrieve the information in the manufacturers datasheet, just look at the reference of the chip and do a google search. I put what it takes to set up Xbox.
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After just under 10 minutes, my 512MB nand was dumped, can be seen at an average speed of 0.88mo / s. For comparison, to dump a module with 16MB USB SPI whatever, it takes more than 6min ...
So we can say that at speed, there is no photo ... the team has clearly delivered on its promise.
Now a little more balance with the lowest for the 360:
- More welds a USB SPI.
- We must completely disassemble the CM to access the spot welds in the CM.
- The speed is almost the dump when a 512MB USB spinnaker in 16 dump ...
- Team ProgSkeet for their sample.
- UF6667 for its soft and help.