I "bonded out" a 0.5mm pitch BGA for some testing a while ago, might not be able to do it now. Adapters are probably not expensive now.It's possible if you have neat soldering skills and some very thin wire such as Mylar. I wouldn't fancy it myself though.
Thought I'd best answer here rather than pm p2p. It's just a matter of following the pin connections. I've done a small part for you just to show the idea and I've also removed the different pinout for the 064N for clarity.yes
please post pinouts are marked on adapter socket.
It's the same thing isn't it?? Top of the diagram is your adapter, pins marked 1-48. You wire the bga to your adapter and tell your programmer software you are reading a TSOP or am I missing something here?thanks sir but i need marked in adapter to bga s29gl032n flash not flash to flash...