Sandisk 20-82-00369-282

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Re: Sandisk 20-82-00369-282

Postby MasterT » 23.04.18, 11:42

No. It's LGA60 Chip H23QFG8PG1MCS Manufacturer SK HYNIX.

It's like the one found in iphones.

Looks like this:

https://www.amazon.com/H23QFG8PG1MCS-Ma ... B075VLZ8RC

https://avlis-co.com/h23qfg8pg1mcs-manu ... h-ic-chip/


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Re: Sandisk 20-82-00369-282

Postby jerema » 25.04.18, 09:53

@MasterT: But this is LGA70 not LGA60


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Re: Sandisk 20-82-00369-282

Postby MasterT » 25.04.18, 15:47


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Re: Sandisk 20-82-00369-282

Postby arvika » 12.07.18, 11:15

Its TLGA-60. In TLGA-52 adapter sometimes you can't read it.


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Re: Sandisk 20-82-00369-282

Postby MasterT » 12.07.18, 17:09

I've read thread at http://forum.hddguru.com/viewtopic.php?f=27&t=36968

It might be the same problem. I cannot read because chip does not ID because it is EZ-NAND.

Just a guess.


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