- Sitronix Digital Photo Frame
- 1.5 inch 128x128 LCD display;
- It can store about 72 pictures;
- Auto / manual picture slide show, slide time adjustable.
- Manual switch between picture and time display
- Time display including date, week, hours, minutes and seconds.
- Time manual adjustable or sync with computer via software.
- Picture format: JPEG, BMP, PNG, GIF;
- Picture size automatically cut by software.
- Input / output picture via photo View software which contains in the attached CD
- Built-in rechargeable battery
- Charged / data downloaded via 5 pins USB cable
- Dimension: 5.5x4.1x1.2cm
- Weight: 71g
;Spec-file for sitronix ;Please keep the way the adresses are entered ($ to indicate a hex number, ;adresses in 4 digits) intact or the hackfw.sh script won't work anymore. ;Adresses here refer to file-adresses; in runtime these are loaded $4000 ;bytes higher but that's accounted for in the hack-code itself. CMP_VAR1=$038a CMP_VAR2=$038b PATCH_AT=$2e98 EMPTY_AT=$3aa8 SEND_CSW=$2d60 LEN0=$037c LEN1=$037d LEN2=$037e LEN3=$037f CONF_XRES=128 CONF_YRES=128 CONF_BPP=16 CONF_PROTO=0 CTRTYPE=0 ;PCF8833 OFFX=4 OFFY=4
Add support for hackfw v1.4.3:
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Tip for users with TomTec sitronix photoframe bought at Halfords in the Netherlands
It took me quite some time to get it working and would like to share this tip to take away some frustration. The TomTec frame is quite hard to flash, after a while it worked but was only able to display the 'It Works' image. After that the display was non responsive. The following steps will make the display work perfectly.
- Put the frame in update mode
- Download http://www.neophob.com/files/keypix-dump.zip
- unzip keypix-dump.zip
- Flash the device with the keypix firmware: phack -uf fwimage.bin /dev/sdX (where X is the device name)
- Again put the device in update mode (You'll notice the layout is slightly different from the original firmware)
- Run hackfw.sh from the 1.4.3 st2205 tool
Now everything works fine. Tested it with phack and lcd4linux. Good luck
Note for Sitronix 1403:0001 that doesn't work with the specs listed here:
It might be a DGW-504808.