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How do I know if a model provided by Texas Instruments is encrypted or unencrypted?
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There are a few ways to see if a model on the web is unencrypted.
1. Many unencrypted models will have the word "unencrypted" in the title.
2. Some unencrypted models, do not have the word "unencrypted" in the title. In this case, the underlying model can still be unencrypted. To find out if this model is unencrypted, please follow the following procedure
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