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I want to write 15Kb of data (single array of size 15kb) to S34ML01G2 NAND sequentially(page after page). I currently give the 4 address cycles as mentioned in the datasheet, which only contains the start address of the block, page, etc that has to be programmed. So, my doubt is what needs to be done if the data size is more than the limit of a single page size(2048 + 64)Bytes? Does the NAND iterate the page address index internally or should that be done through software?
Is there any general practice or algorithm to identify a single page end and iterate to the next page(after 2112 bytes), consecutively to the next block(after 64 pages) until the device capacity(1024 blocks) is reached? Any examples or resources will be of great help.