Guide to fix hacked USB drives – A visual Example
Posted by inspectortech on January 5, 2009
One of eBay’s Fake Flash victims created a neat visual guide after reporting his fake to SOSFakeFlash. It is a wonderful example for anyone interested in repairing a fake flash drive and seeing how the tools work before trying to carry out a repair. Even if you don’t have an AMECO or Micov based controller chip on your fake flash drive, it can help you prepare. Many reflashing tools are similar in their interface and the general principals to operate.
After reading it, you are ready for a more detailed explanation of the things you will need to do to prepare for rescuing your fake.
The fixfakeflash.wordpress.com site has some known solutions available. The most important information is the controller chip vendor for the flash item, known as the “Chip Part-Number” with ChipGenius.
If you don’t find a solution that works visit the main site for incoming information repair solutions. sosfakeflash.wordpress.com