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Topic: Kingston Mobilelite MLW221

The Kingston Mobilelite "Wireless Drive"

http://www.kingston.com/us/usb/wireless#mlw221

This Device can run OpenWrt.

It has a MediaTek MT7620N SoC with 16M Flash and 64M DDR2 RAM

OpenWrt Wiki :

http://wiki.openwrt.org/toh/kingston/mlw221

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Re: Kingston Mobilelite MLW221

Hello!
I just bought myself this new toy also and am looking to teach it some tricks for the hardware.
I was checking this page and saw an error and i don't know where to report it; the MLW221 actually has 16MB of flash storage.
It can be seen on the actual pictures on the page that the flash chip is marked FL128S... which is 128Mbit flash. Even in software the flash chip is identified as FL129P which is the old version of 128Mbit chip.
FL129P
FL128S

Re: Kingston Mobilelite MLW221

Thanks for the report. Wiki updated.

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