I took a quick break to map the pinout of the VT1682 CPU unto a library for my favorite schematic editor. I use an old version of bSch i translated into English a couple of years ago. It runs fine, even on Windows 7, but the tools that convert the text files to the binary format used by the program are 16-bit apps, and hence unable to run on x64. Luckily they had no qualms about running under DosBox. There is also a short FlashROM symbol I rendered from the Application Note.
Update: I found I was lacking the original measurements of the small board that holds Flash memory i mentioned in the last post, so I retook the measures and took the chance to build a small diagram. The pin order of the diagram mimics, somewhat, the expected physical position on the board, so this is a visual aid as well.