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FreePascal (linux), Delphi and C# (Win32) port of st2205 lib and two additional device hacks

Find it here: [1] Enjoy.

ST2205U or ST2203U?

(Jorik) After poking around a bit in the firmware, I've come to the conclusion that the device that I have (a tomtech picture frame) only seems to have 2KB of ram, which would most probably make it ST2203U based. Is there any good test we can do to verify whether it is a ST2205U or ST2203U?




Let's find differences ;)

--Bertm

PIX032452 of PIXIKA

Hello,

I can't find the chipset of my digital picture frame.

It's the DIGITAL PHOTO FRAME PIX032452[2] of PIXIKA

The web site is:

http://www.pixika.co.uk/p/digital-2-4-frame-color--iArWFbp3bMxM.htm[3]


How to know the chipset? Is it possible to remove the logo Gifts & Technology and put another picture in the place?

Thank you

Unknown, un-named HK device

Hi there,

I bought the cheapest, nastiest photo frame I could find (knowing that most of these use the Sitronix controller), even the box came with little to no info regarding it.

After much googling and searching I finally came across the manufacturers website - HKBestLink other than that I don't have any other info.

When its connected to my system its a "Sitronix Multimedia Usb Device" and from reading up here there must be a way to interface with it, here is my dilema, I have tried to do as much research as I can regarding the firmware and how to hack firmware, but I will have to learn from scratch (which wouldn't be a bad thing), but I just can't figure the logic, disassemblers, debuggers and so worth.

What I did do is in the photoviewer app, called up the Firmware info, firmware =1, revision =1

Would it be possible for anyone to help me or steer me in the right direction, I don't want it handed to me on a silver platter so I will do as much as I can to help.

Basically all I want is to be able to run it as a secondary monitor, something like cobysecondarymonitor.exe

Really hope someone can help me, Dave

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