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Revision as of 21:29, 7 May 2020

TODO Add more information (which devices have one, how they are useful to us, what do jig and boot do, etc.)

A Micro-USB Interface Controller (MUIC) is a USB multiplexer/switch. (Not a USB Host Controller like the name might imply)

UART Modes
Resistance Jig Boot
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Links

Serial_debugging#Samsung_USB_debug_cable

Multiplexed Wired Attack Surfaces

Wikipedia: CEA-936-A

CEA-936-A USB Carkit Specification Preview

Datasheets

FSA9288A

FSA9480

MC34827