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[Release] BitWare - Arris Puma6 firmware (SB6190, TM1602, TG2492, TG2472)
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RE: BitWare - Arris Puma6 firmware (SB6190, TM1602, TG2492)
Hello everyone, i have a tg2492 could anyone send a tg2492 dump with bitware?
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RE: BitWare - Arris Puma6 firmware (SB6190, TM1602, TG2492)
Learn the skills soldier the wires to the board
16-08-2019, 03:14 PM
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RE: BitWare - Arris Puma6 firmware (SB6190, TM1602, TG2492)
(16-08-2019, 09:01 AM)guti Wrote: Hello everyone, i have a tg2492 could anyone send a tg2492 dump with bitware?

send it to me, do the dump of the complete nand including reservation area if you use fcusb ...
don't forget to put the model / brand of nand

(16-08-2019, 03:14 PM)andy m Wrote: Learn the skills soldier the wires to the board


why do you say learn to weld on the pcb and ask me to dump tg2492 with fw by private message
if you have your backup send it
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RE: BitWare - Arris Puma6 firmware (SB6190, TM1602, TG2492)
(16-08-2019, 05:30 AM)arrobazo Wrote:
(12-08-2019, 02:56 AM)arrobazo Wrote: https://mega.nz/#!sJADAAxT!bw3ut5gafwQfN...O9x6c2zIz4

Dumps of different brands of NAND to program it in Tm1602 With Bitware 1.0.5 and for those who do not want to lead with phison

The Toshiba dump fails to verify it, it is a lot of work to be welding and desoldering different brands of nand! if you have problems let them know! the other 4 brands are tested and recorded in full flashcatusb mode

I will upload other modem models when I have time

Quote:here are the other dumps, the previous link I dropped it ...
the new dumps "sb6190 / tg2472 including another tm1602 (24x4)
I will not upload dump´s tg2492 because it is based on the fw of my isp lol

P.S. Could someone upload the see fw 9.1.103AA45 of sb6190 or a full dump containing it, even if it is encrypted no matter ...
remember that you can use any programmer that supports nand not necessarily flascatusb

FCUSB_DUMP´S_BW1.0.5[SB6190-TM1602-TG2472G][CYPRESS,TOSHIBA.MICRON.MXIC]



arrobazo thanks for the dumps, must of taken a lot of time to dump all of those nands. really appreciate it . big thanks to btc for making it all possible 

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RE: BitWare - Arris Puma6 firmware (SB6190, TM1602, TG2492)
Hi Mods,

Any plans for creating a dedicated sub forum for BitWare?
19-08-2019, 07:28 PM
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RE: BitWare - Arris Puma6 firmware (SB6190, TM1602, TG2492)
(19-08-2019, 07:28 PM)ricktendo Wrote: Hi Mods,

Any plans for creating a dedicated sub forum for BitWare?

no one has the necessary admin privs to do it. the forum owner would have to.
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RE: BitWare - Arris Puma6 firmware (SB6190, TM1602, TG2492)
(19-08-2019, 08:57 PM)occalifornia Wrote:
(19-08-2019, 07:28 PM)ricktendo Wrote: Hi Mods,

Any plans for creating a dedicated sub forum for BitWare?

no one has the necessary admin privs to do it. the forum owner would have to.

Considering the domain & hosting are paid for by them, they probably haven't forgot about the forum. Maybe it's worth time to ask Angel
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RE: BitWare - Arris Puma6 firmware (SB6190, TM1602, TG2492)
(22-08-2019, 02:20 AM)BTC Wrote:
(19-08-2019, 08:57 PM)occalifornia Wrote:
(19-08-2019, 07:28 PM)ricktendo Wrote: Hi Mods,

Any plans for creating a dedicated sub forum for BitWare?

no one has the necessary admin privs to do it. the forum owner would have to.

Considering the domain & hosting are paid for by them, they probably haven't forgot about the forum. Maybe it's worth time to ask Angel

oh, they know.
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RE: BitWare - Arris Puma6 firmware (SB6190, TM1602, TG2492, TG2472)
FYI, it has been tested and works fine on TG2472, which is also known as TG1682G.
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RE: BitWare - Arris Puma6 firmware (SB6190, TM1602, TG2492)
(22-08-2019, 02:20 AM)BTC Wrote:
(19-08-2019, 08:57 PM)occalifornia Wrote:
(19-08-2019, 07:28 PM)ricktendo Wrote: Hi Mods,

Any plans for creating a dedicated sub forum for BitWare?

no one has the necessary admin privs to do it. the forum owner would have to.

Considering the domain & hosting are paid for by them, they probably haven't forgot about the forum. Maybe it's worth time to ask Angel

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