On past versions of the AT code (typ v1.1) I have always set the flash tool to use the 32Mb flash size, because that is what the flash tool reports as is fitted - this agrees with the chip id 25Q32.
However, when I came to try v1.7 the readme said to use either 16Mbit-C1 or 32Mbit-C1.
The chip is a 25Q32 and is reported as 32Mb so I tried 32Mbit-C1 ---- on a reboot all I got out of the serial port was garbage.
In the end after going around in circles web searching and getting conflicting info on the meaning of the "-C1" I tried the 16Mbit-C1 settings and it worked!
So, my question is given my chip is a 25Q32 why on earth do I have to use 16Mbit-C1 ???
To use 32Mbit-C1 would I have to fit a 25Q64 ?? and WHY???
There seems to be a vital bit of information missing here, either that or senility is setting in early!
Is this somat to do with using the "J" or "F" variety of th 25Q32? ie 25Q32JSS or 25Q32FSS ...