I downloaded the firmware of my TS ms25 using mtkflash.
Now I desoldered my chip and put on a socket so I can replace it with a new chip.
I want to program the new chip using an external programmer.
1. How should the bytes be written.. big or little endian?
2. Should I also swap the bytes in a word (since the mn103 is a 32-bit proc).
When I do an objdump of my firmware:
./objdump --adjust-vma 0x90000000 -m mn10300 -D -b binary ORIG.BIN > orig.s
I get the following
90000026: 33 e8 33 mov (0x33e8),d3
90000029: 60 mov d0,(a0)
9000002a: 11 extb d1
9000002b: 04 clr d1
9000002c: 60 mov d0,(a0)
9000002d: f0 ed unknown 0xf0ed
9000002f: 33 ec 33 mov (0x33ec),d3
where especially 9000002d: f0 ed unknown 0xf0ed
does not make much sense to me. Am I doing something wrong here?