Read and Write a Diablosport Chip?

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BOOSTED347
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Read and Write a Diablosport Chip?

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Is there a way to read a diablosport chip using the jaybird. I’ve tried doing it as the write up says, seems to be working but once I open the bin file, it looks like it’s all corrupt. Have done it several times with SCT chips and has work. Is there a difference between them and can the diablosport chip be used to write a tune?
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Re: Read and Write a Diablosport Chip?

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you may have to go the moates site and download the old jaybird firmware

may not work still but worth a shot
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Re: Read and Write a Diablosport Chip?

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I have never been able to read a CMR burnt chip correctly with BURN2 or JayBird. SCT 6600 all day long.
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Re: Read and Write a Diablosport Chip?

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Tried with the old firmware but no luck. I guess the diablosport chip is useless now.
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Re: Read and Write a Diablosport Chip?

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Some of the commercial J3 chip adapters recognise sequential memory access and 'clam up' to prevent copying.
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