Does the logic inside flash memory devices require a power down after each WRITE operation?
I was confused when reading the datasheet of the Micron Serial NOR Flash Memory.
There is "To avoid data corruption and inadvertent WRITE operations during power-up, a poweron reset circuit is included... ".
After WRITE operations (program or erase sector) to the Micron Serial NOR Flash Memory, it does not respond to any instruction during power-up except READ STATUS REGISTER, I have reset the circuit and the device remains in lock mode. I have to power down the chip to get correct values (previously written) back from the EPCQL.