I am trying to get access to the NAND of an unknown Android A33 tablet device from booting via sdcard. Probably it is an Inet M100_MB v1.1 with NAND SK Hynix h27ucg8t2bda. I managed to boot various Android .imgs that are available on the Internet. When I adb shell to them there is no nand device created in /dev/ (or /dev/block/, which seems to be the place for the original nandX of the device). The driver nand.ko gets loaded in all images. I do not have adb access to the original ROM of the device in question. I cannot get the stock ROM for the device, neither the code. My questions are: 1) Which bootloaders can access the NAND of the device? Maybe I should not boot a complete image but rather only the bootloader to access the NAND? 2) Must I touch nand.ko source to add the IDs of this specific NAND to make it work? 3) Is /dev/nandX normally created if you boot from sdcard? Maybe I am missing some boot/config flags? Cheers!