Loaded bootloader on my old p500 to see the lines displayed:
udc start ()
So I searched for udc start, and got a few references of Samsung owners who were flashing in download mode (laf) , and were concerned, because they got that message: fastboot starting udc start
If unofficial flash, they got message in red. I know that Sammy is not LG, and may be set up totally different. But I wonder if there is a possibility that our laf controls fastboot mode, or is it only one way to access it.
So I opened the laf ramdisk/sbin/ adbd in hex editor, and found messages towards the end (1f8d8):
ro.product.name�ro.product.model����ro.product.dev ice���bootloader��setting connection_state to CS_BOOTLOADER
��device��setting connection_state to CS_DEVICE
��recovery����setting connection_state to CS_RECOVERY
����sideload����setting connection_state to CS_SIDELOAD
(Sorry, couldn't seem to copy in ascii)
But I think that this says that laf controls these connection states(but not necessarily the only way to control them).And I just looked at boot and recovery, which both contained the same adbd file (158kb)
Possibly the connection state is determined by which mode the phone is in (which would make this information useless) .But this may hint that there is , in fact, an accessible bootloader mode. and we just haven't figured out how to access (without the oem keys).
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