Ignore RES (1 byte) if chip replied to REMS (2 bytes)
SPI RES is the most unreliable way to identify chips because it only
returns a 1-byte ID for most chips.
For every given ID out there, probably a dozen incompatible flash
chips match it. We already refuse to identify a chip with RES if that
chip responds to RDID (3 bytes, good match), and with this patch we
additionally refuse RES if the chip responds to REMS (2 bytes, still a
good match). This increases matching accuracy a lot.
Besides that, the RDID/REMS response checking has been cleaned up for
Corresponding to flashrom svn r899.
Signed-off-by: Carl-Daniel Hailfinger <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Acked-by: Sean Nelson <email@example.com>
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