All the information gathered so far from the original NGX thread.

Hopefully I didn't miss any of the relevant posts so far.

Quote Originally Posted by Lectoid View Post
Long time lurker, first time poster here. I took one for the team. For now I'm not digging any deeper than this, but the battery is soldered directly to the board.



Quote Originally Posted by Lectoid View Post
Also when I plug the NGX in to my windows 7 laptop, while powered off, it comes up as a removable disk. Total capacity is .99GB (or 1 gig). and 156MB is in use.

Inside is one file, "sys_update_file". I opened it in word expecting the usual gibberish but my notepad stopped responding.
Quote Originally Posted by HitokiriRyu View Post
Ok, this may be of use to someone who is more familiar with Linux. If you hold the start button while plugging the handheld into a pc it comes up as a JZ4770 USB Boot Device.
Quote Originally Posted by HitokiriRyu View Post
It actually seems to be an Ingenic XBurst CPU as seen here http://en.ingenic.cn/product.aspx?CID=9
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Quote Originally Posted by toodles View Post
Heh, I found the same thing. INF file doesn't match the device, and the inf itself says 4740, not 4770, along with the VID/PID differences. Thanks though. Im still hunting for the 4770 DFU driver, assuming it'll work with the usbtools executables I got in the same package.
Quote Originally Posted by nerdstick View Post
Nuts. Couldn't get that driver to work, but the other inf in the non-specific folder had 64bit compatible drivers for the 40, 50, and 60. Just not the 70.
Quote Originally Posted by nerdstick View Post
I'm guessing with the USBTools program would allow access to the internal storage where the roms are kept. Provided working drivers are found.

Found a seemingly working 4770 driver! Maybe. It installed for me.

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/tijvvdmuu9jcjir/32Q53KaCnG
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