@@ -1371,7 +1371,18 @@ int board_nand_init(struct nand_chip *this)
/* Blocks to be unlocked */
- writew(0x4000, &host->regs->nfc_unlockend_blkaddr);
+ /* Originally (Freescale LTIB 2.6.21) 0x4000 was written to the
+ * unlockend_blkaddr, but the magic 0x4000 does not always work
+ * when writing more than some 32 megabytes (on 2k page nands)
+ * However 0xFFFF doesn't seem to have this kind
+ * of limitation (tried it back and forth several times).
+ * The linux kernel driver sets this to 0xFFFF for the v2 controller
+ * only, but probably this was not tested there for v1.
+ * The very same limitation seems to apply to this kernel driver.
+ * This might be NAND chip specific and the i.MX31 datasheet is
+ * extremely vague about the semantics of this register.
+ writew(0xFFFF, &host->regs->nfc_unlockend_blkaddr);
/* Unlock Block Command for given address range */