Can I use a MiniSDK to do a MOSC ???

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The MOSC tute shows a Phoenix/Smartmouse programmer in use at 3.68mHz.

I have a MiniSDK, and wonder whether I can use that to do a MOSC or not.

I don't have the option for 3.68mHz in the software though, only 3.579mHz, 6.0mHz or 20.0mHz.

If not, then will an "Elvis" do it ????

I am probably going to be getting an Elvis to program a 24LC256 chip from an SA4000, so if I could use that, then it might solve the problem.

If I need a specific programmer, then where is best (cheapest) to get it from. When I looked on eBay tonight, most "Phoenix" programmers didn't list 3.68mHz.

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Craig
 

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I use a pheonix prog from duolabs. It does just about anything and can be flashed to add functionality later. If your current prog doesn't do 3.68 then it wont do a mosc...... I don't think...... I got mine from Jabsplace I think....
 

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Ur minisdk should be able to program mosc's, Use the 3.579mHz option instead of 3.68 and you'l be alrite.

An elvis programmer wont program Mosc's.
 

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The minisdk will do it no problem m8 just use the software "Minisdk 2.6" or "Minisdk 2.7"" switch to phoenix mode and away you go
 
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