Changeable CID SD cards, return "mmc0: 0001/block/mmcblk0" at the Linux command "ls -l/sys/block | grep mmc". The same goes for the sdinfo command. I have a card that returns "mmc0: 0001/block/mmcblk0", but which is not Samsung SD card and I can't change the CID on this card. Are there any CID change commands for non-Samsung cards?
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are you sure you have card with changeable CID? there are a lot of fake cards on the market, even Samsung's Evo cards. also some editable CID (non Samsung) cards available but on these cards it is not possible to change the CID in Linux, only with a special programmer
@dxdy: You did not understand! I wrote that I have cards that in Linux, at the command "ls -l / sys / block | grep mmc" the answer is "mmc0: 0001 / block / mmcblk0". The same thing happens with the sdinfo command (in modified Linux). I read on several sites that if the answer is "mmc0: 0001 / block / mmcblk0", then the card has an editable CID. The question was, is it possible to change the CID and these non-Samsung cards?