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Default [DEV][DISCUSS]Nokia 1520 Partition Info .. From FFU

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<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

-<DeviceLayout xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/embedded/2004/10/ImageUpdate" xmlns:xsd="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance">


-<Partitions>

<!-- QC 8974 PRODUCTION DEVICE LAYOUT -->


<!-- PROVISIONED DATA SECTION START - WARNING DO NOT ALTER BELOW OR FFU WILL REMOVE DEVICE SETTINGS -->


<!-- Device Provisioning Partition -->



-<Partition>

<Name>DPP</Name>

<!-- PARTITION_BASIC_DATA_GUID -->


<Type>{ebd0a0a2-b9e5-4433-87c0-68b6b72699c7}</Type>

<TotalSectors>16384</TotalSectors>

<RequiredToFlash>true</RequiredToFlash>

</Partition>

<!-- QUALCOMM 8974 SPECIFIC PROVISIONING PARTITIONS -->


<!-- Modem golden file system -->



-<Partition>

<Name>MODEM_FSG</Name>

<TotalSectors>3072</TotalSectors>

<Type>{638FF8E2-22C9-E33B-8F5D-0E81686A68CB}</Type>

<RequiredToFlash>true</RequiredToFlash>

</Partition>

<!-- Modem live file systems -->



-<Partition>

<Name>MODEM_FS1</Name>

<TotalSectors>3072</TotalSectors>

<Type>{EBBEADAF-22C9-E33B-8F5D-0E81686A68CB}</Type>

<RequiredToFlash>true</RequiredToFlash>

</Partition>


-<Partition>

<Name>MODEM_FS2</Name>

<TotalSectors>3072</TotalSectors>

<Type>{0A288B1F-22C9-E33B-8F5D-0E81686A68CB}</Type>

<RequiredToFlash>true</RequiredToFlash>

</Partition>

<!-- Modem File System Cookie partition -->



-<Partition>

<Name>MODEM_FSC</Name>

<TotalSectors>16</TotalSectors>

<Type>{57B90A16-22C9-E33B-8F5D-0E81686A68CB}</Type>

<RequiredToFlash>true</RequiredToFlash>

</Partition>

<!-- DDR training partition -->



-<Partition>

<Name>DDR</Name>

<TotalSectors>16</TotalSectors>

<Type>{20A0C19C-286A-42FA-9CE7-F64C3226A794}</Type>

<RequiredToFlash>true</RequiredToFlash>

</Partition>

<!-- Secure Software Download -->



-<Partition>

<Name>SSD</Name>

<TotalSectors>16</TotalSectors>

<Type>{2C86E742-745E-4FDD-BFD8-B6A7AC638772}</Type>

<RequiredToFlash>true</RequiredToFlash>

</Partition>

<!-- UEFI Variable Services Partitions -->



-<Partition>

<Name>UEFI_BS_NV</Name>

<TotalSectors>512</TotalSectors>

<Type>{F0B4F48B-AEBA-4ECF-9142-5DC30CDC3E77}</Type>

<RequiredToFlash>true</RequiredToFlash>

</Partition>


-<Partition>

<Name>UEFI_RT_NV</Name>

<TotalSectors>512</TotalSectors>

<Type>{6BB94537-7D1C-44D0-9DFE-6D77C011DBFC}</Type>

<RequiredToFlash>true</RequiredToFlash>

</Partition>

<!-- PROVISIONED DATA SECTION END - WARNING DO NOT ALTER ABOVE OR FFU WILL REMOVE DEVICE SETTINGS -->


<!-- START QUALCOMM 8974 BOOT PARTITIONS -->


<!-- Bootloaders -->



-<Partition>

<Name>SBL1</Name>

<TotalSectors>1024</TotalSectors>

<!-- Qualcomm defined for SBL1 -->


<Type>{DEA0BA2C-CBDD-4805-B4F9-F428251C3E98}</Type>

<Bootable>true</Bootable>

<RequiredToFlash>true</RequiredToFlash>

</Partition>

<!-- Debug Image Bootloader for Crash dump collection -->



-<Partition>

<Name>DBI</Name>

<TotalSectors>64</TotalSectors>

<Type>{D4E0D938-B7FA-48C1-9D21-BC5ED5C4B203}</Type>

<RequiredToFlash>true</RequiredToFlash>

</Partition>


-<Partition>

<Name>UEFI</Name>

<TotalSectors>4096</TotalSectors>

<Type>{400FFDCD-22E0-47E7-9A23-F16ED9382388}</Type>

<RequiredToFlash>true</RequiredToFlash>

</Partition>


-<Partition>

<Name>RPM</Name>

<TotalSectors>1000</TotalSectors>

<Type>{098DF793-D712-413D-9D4E-89D711772228}</Type>

<RequiredToFlash>true</RequiredToFlash>

</Partition>


-<Partition>

<Name>TZ</Name>

<TotalSectors>1000</TotalSectors>

<Type>{A053AA7F-40B8-4B1C-BA08-2F68AC71A4F4}</Type>

<RequiredToFlash>true</RequiredToFlash>

</Partition>

<!-- TrustZone Applets -->



-<Partition>

<Name>WINSECAPP</Name>

<TotalSectors>1024</TotalSectors>

<Type>{69B4201F-A5AD-45EB-9F49-45B38CCDAEF5}</Type>

<RequiredToFlash>true</RequiredToFlash>

</Partition>


-<Partition>

<Name>TZAPPS</Name>

<TotalSectors>32768</TotalSectors>

<Type>{14D11C40-2A3D-4F97-882D-103A1EC09333}</Type>

<RequiredToFlash>true</RequiredToFlash>

</Partition>

<!-- Bootloaders Backup Section (Sizes must match) -->



-<Partition>

<Name>BACKUP_SBL1</Name>

<TotalSectors>1024</TotalSectors>

<!-- Qualcomm defined for SBL1 -->


<Type>{A3381699-350C-465E-BD5D-FA3AB901A39A}</Type>

<Bootable>true</Bootable>

<RequiredToFlash>true</RequiredToFlash>

</Partition>


-<Partition>

<Name>BACKUP_DBI</Name>

<TotalSectors>64</TotalSectors>

<Type>{A3381699-350C-465E-BD5D-FA3AB901A39A}</Type>

<RequiredToFlash>true</RequiredToFlash>

</Partition>


-<Partition>

<Name>BACKUP_UEFI</Name>

<TotalSectors>4096</TotalSectors>

<Type>{A3381699-350C-465E-BD5D-FA3AB901A39A}</Type>

<RequiredToFlash>true</RequiredToFlash>

</Partition>


-<Partition>

<Name>BACKUP_RPM</Name>

<TotalSectors>1000</TotalSectors>

<Type>{A3381699-350C-465E-BD5D-FA3AB901A39A}</Type>

<RequiredToFlash>true</RequiredToFlash>

</Partition>


-<Partition>

<Name>BACKUP_TZ</Name>

<TotalSectors>1000</TotalSectors>

<Type>{A3381699-350C-465E-BD5D-FA3AB901A39A}</Type>

<RequiredToFlash>true</RequiredToFlash>

</Partition>

<!-- TrustZone Applet Backup Sections (Sizes must match) -->



-<Partition>

<Name>BACKUP_WINSECAPP</Name>

<TotalSectors>1024</TotalSectors>

<Type>{A3381699-350C-465E-BD5D-FA3AB901A39A}</Type>

<RequiredToFlash>true</RequiredToFlash>

</Partition>


-<Partition>

<Name>BACKUP_TZAPPS</Name>

<TotalSectors>32768</TotalSectors>

<Type>{A3381699-350C-465E-BD5D-FA3AB901A39A}</Type>

<RequiredToFlash>true</RequiredToFlash>

</Partition>

<!-- ACPI table storage -->



-<Partition>

<Name>PLAT</Name>

<TotalSectors>16384</TotalSectors>

<FileSystem>FAT</FileSystem>

<Type>{543C031A-4CB6-4897-BFFE-4B485768A8AD}</Type>

<RequiredToFlash>true</RequiredToFlash>

</Partition>

<!-- END QUALCOMM 8974 BOOT PARTITIONS -->


<!-- START MICROSOFT PARTITIONS -->


<!-- EFI System Partition -->



-<Partition>

<Name>EFIESP</Name>

<FileSystem>FAT</FileSystem>

<TotalSectors>65536</TotalSectors>

<!-- PARTITION_SYSTEM_GUID <Type>{c12a7328-f81f-11d2-ba4b-00a0c93ec93b}</Type> -->


<Type>{ebd0a0a2-b9e5-4433-87c0-68b6b72699c7}</Type>

<RequiredToFlash>true</RequiredToFlash>

</Partition>


-<Partition>

<Name>MMOS</Name>

<FileSystem>FAT</FileSystem>

<MinFreeSectors>8192</MinFreeSectors>

<Type>{ebd0a0a2-b9e5-4433-87c0-68b6b72699c7}</Type>

</Partition>


-<Partition>

<Name>MainOS</Name>

<!-- PARTITION_BASIC_DATA_GUID -->


<Type>{ebd0a0a2-b9e5-4433-87c0-68b6b72699c7}</Type>

<!-- Accounts for 400MB free sectors and 256MB page file as defined in registry by package src\baseos\prod\packages\arm\armmemory -->


<MinFreeSectors>1343488</MinFreeSectors>

<ByteAlignment>0x800000</ByteAlignment>

<ClusterSize>0x4000</ClusterSize>

<FileSystem>NTFS</FileSystem>

<AttachDriveLetter>false</AttachDriveLetter>

</Partition>


-<Partition>

<Name>Data</Name>

<!-- PARTITION_BASIC_DATA_GUID -->


<Type>{ebd0a0a2-b9e5-4433-87c0-68b6b72699c7}</Type>

<UseAllSpace>true</UseAllSpace>

<ByteAlignment>0x800000</ByteAlignment>

<ClusterSize>0x4000</ClusterSize>

<FileSystem>NTFS</FileSystem>

</Partition>

</Partitions>

<!-- END MICROSOFT PARTITIONS -->


<SectorSize>512</SectorSize>

<ChunkSize>128</ChunkSize>

<DefaultPartitionByteAlignment>0x200000</DefaultPartitionByteAlignment>

</DeviceLayout>
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Also Interesting is a package named " MicrosoftEmployeesApp.spkg" anyone noticed that when extracting FFU. ??

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 <PackageFile Path="$(mspackageroot)\pos\$(cputype)\$(buildtype)" Name="Microsoft.EmployeeApps.spkg" NoBasePackage="false" Resolution="*" Language="*">
sOME Qualcomm Diag Packages found :

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Qualcomm.QC8974.DiagRouter.spkg
Qualcomm.QC8974.qccomposite.spkg
Qualcomm.QC8974.DiagBridge.spkg
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Registry files .. attached.

Hackers/Moders please check the Qualcomm Registry files.
Can we manipulate those .inf files and add custom content to interact directly with the processor.
I wish Bepe and dcordes could help with these.
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<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

-<DeviceLayout xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/embedded/2004/10/ImageUpdate" xmlns:xsd="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance">
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that is not a secret anyway

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MicrosoftEmployeesApp.spkg
the best thing you can do is uploading whole \Windows\Packages content.
I have yet to get my hands on 1520 ROM, though, I am almost sure this package is useless.

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Registry files .. attached.

Hackers/Moders please check the Qualcomm Registry files.
Can we manipulate those .inf files and add custom content to interact directly with the processor.
What for? You still can't edit these files anyhow. Neither you can flash edited ROM.
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oh lol...
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that is not a secret anyway


the best thing you can do is uploading whole \Windows\Packages content.
I have yet to get my hands on 1520 ROM, though, I am almost sure this package is useless.


What for? You still can't edit these files anyhow. Neither you can flash edited ROM.

oh lol...
Thanks for your feedback ultra, I am new to the WP8 as I just thought extracting the Rom and providing some info on the partition layout of the device might help in knowing the partitions and bootloader mount points that might help in future unlocks.
If you need anything from the rom please do ask.

Thanks.
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Thanks for your feedback ultra, I am new to the WP8 as I just thought extracting the Rom and providing some info on the partition layout of the device might help in knowing the partitions and bootloader mount points that might help in future unlocks.
If you need anything from the rom please do ask.

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Here is the packages folder ...
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This is the latest registry details from the latest FFU from Nokia.

Might be useful for some.

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