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[Q&A] [XT925][XT926][CWM Advanced Edition] PhilZ Touch

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3rd December 2014, 08:41 AM |#2  
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excuse me phil..or everyone else, may ask yours xt926 'scatter' file? if you don't mind, please generated it and post here (the generated file isn't big).
how to generate scatter:
1. plug device
2. open adb, and type:
adb shell
Code:
cat /proc/mtd
or
Code:
cat /proc/emmc
to save it into yours sd-card, type :
Code:
cat /proc/mtd > /sdcard/firmware.info
or
Code:
cat /proc/mtd > /sdcard/firmware.info
i need the file for some research
tvm
3rd December 2014, 12:44 PM |#3  
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I have to admit, I'm curious. Never heard of a "scatter" file. What does this do? I understand the shell commands but not why the data is important.

EDIT: OK, I googled it. Is this a MediaTek only thing? It appears to be. The HD isn't a MediaTek SoC. Seems the scatter file is used in de-bricking devices. And there's no /proc/mtd or /proc/emmc on my HD.
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3rd December 2014, 01:46 PM |#4  
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i'm so sorry if mt question make you admit

but if you don't mind, would you like to try
Code:
cat /proc/sys/kernel/modprobe
and your guess was correct, it flash for mtdk. please post you result after typing above command on my thread instead of reply here. we won't blame a thread with defferent content
thanks
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