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Revision as of 01:17, 14 February 2013

This device is part of the LeapFrog NXP320 Platform, it's recommended to start there for general information.

File:Leappad2 350px.jpgg
The Leappad Explorer (Leapfrog Enterprises)

Platform

LeapFrog NXP320 Platform

The LeapPad2 is part of 2 different devices that all share a common hardware platform, based around the Nexell [ http://nexell.co.kr/eng/pro/pro02.html | NXP3200] SoC. The platform page contains information generic across these devices, and it is recommended that you refer to that page as it is a good starting point to understanding the LeapPad2, and contains some basic How To's and Tutorials to get you started.

Project Summary

The LeapPad2 (like the LeapsterGS) is a toy produced by Leapfrog marketed as an educational handheld gaming console for kids aged 3-9. Although it has a proprietary graphical front end, it runs an Angstrom Linux distribution on the same Cortex-A9 processor as the LeapsterGS. It also has built in accellerometer, 2 cameras, and microphone, along with a touch screen.

Source Code

Source Code

Tutorials/How To's

Technical Information

Device Comparison

LeapPad2 Memory Map

DFTPdevice


Partitions

Name Location Size Device Notes
Boot Loader 0x00000000 0x0007E000 /dev/mtd0 On NOR
MfgData0 0x0007E000 0x00001000 /dev/mtd1 On NAND
MfgData1 0x0007F000 0x00001000 /dev/mtd2 On NAND
Reserved 0x00080000 0x00400000 /dev/mtd3 On NAND
Kernel 0x00480000 0x01000000 /dev/mtd4 On NAND
RFS 0x01480000 0x0A000000 /dev/mtd5 On NAND
Bulk 0x0B480000 0xF4C00000 /dev/mtd6 On NAND
Cartridge On Cartridge NAND

Images

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