Titanium - Can only be written twice - ture or false???

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Hi all,

I have heard that titanium cards can only be written twice and then they are useless. Is this true? If it si true, how can writing code to a card, kill it?

I don't understand how code can kill a card. If anyone has some in depth info, please let me know.

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xenonex
 

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Titanium cards can be written may times.
 

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xenonex said:
Hi all,

I have heard that titanium cards can only be written twice and then they are useless. Is this true? If it si true, how can writing code to a card, kill it?

I don't understand how code can kill a card. If anyone has some in depth info, please let me know.

Regards,

xenonex
The code in question just puts the card into an endless loop. So the card still "works" but cannot be reprogrammed. There is a program going around that is supposed to "unloop" cards but I have not heard of anyone getting a looped card to work again.

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