How do I use N25Q512 Quad-SPI Flash, instead of ECPQ512?

I have a board designed to boot the Cyclone V FPGA from AS Flash, using a N25Q512A13G1240E chip instead of Altera’s EPCQ512. (NB: This is a product, not a dev-kit)

However, in Quartus Prime, the Programmer’s “Convert Programming File” dialog only has the option of choosing EPCQ512 when generating the JIC file.

When this JIC file is used to JTAG program the FLASH via the FPGA, it fails with the following message:
“Error (209025): Can’t recognize silicon ID for device 2. A device’s silicon ID is different from its JTAG ID. Verify that all cables are securely connected, select a different device, or check the power on the target system. Make sure the device pins are connected and configured correctly.”

Presumably this is because Quartus reads back the ID of the N25Q512, and it doesn’t match that of a EPCQ512.

Any ideas of how to get around this? I think the Altera SoC Development board uses similar FLASH to mine, so presumably there must be some sort of work-around for this.

NB: I am trying to configure the FPGA with this flash chip, not boot the ARM processor from it. (One step at a time!)