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Touchpad Toolbox Mount Media Volume FAILED

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7th September 2014, 07:34 AM   |  #31  
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Hi ,

i followed all the steps u mentioned on above..as per Klog.txt

only one error i noticed

Error: Driver 'msm_otg' is already registered, aborting


please help me how to overcome this issue.

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kumar
7th September 2014, 02:50 PM   |  #32  
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Hi Jcsullins,

i am herewith attaching klog.txt.please help me to recover .



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Originally Posted by kumarjcet

Hi ,

i followed all the steps u mentioned on above..as per Klog.txt

only one error i noticed

Error: Driver 'msm_otg' is already registered, aborting


please help me how to overcome this issue.

Regards,
kumar

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2nd October 2014, 11:29 PM   |  #33  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by jcsullins

Yes, it should disconnect when TPToolbox starts ... then reconnect as a different type USB endpoint.

And do another disconnect/reconnect when it's supposed to give the "Mount Media".

Hopefully, the TPToolbox kernel log will provide some useful information. Here's how to get that.

1) Load TPToolbox as before and select "Mount Media"
2) Wait a minute, then select "Umount Media"
3) Select "Reboot" and start holding the VolumeUP button and hold it until you see the big USB symbol (i.e. webOS recovery)
NOTE: It's important that you go straight to the USB symbol in this way (i.e. not select webOS recovery from moboot)
If it doesn't go straight to webOS recovery (i.e. you get moboot menu or it boots to something else), you will go back to step 1.
4) Download http://goo.im/devs/jcsullins/cmtouch...ox/palmenv.bat
NOTE: Don't include the quotes ("") surrounding the commands to be run below.
5) Open a "Command Prompt" and then run "cd Downloads" (I.e. I'm assuming you saved palmenv.bat to Downloads above)
6) Run "palmenv"
7) Now run "novacom -t open tty:// > klog.txt"
8) At this point, it should appear that that command is still running (no new command prompt appears)
9) Now type "klog last" (w/o the quotes, enter afterwards)
10) Then wait 30 seconds and the type "poweroff" (w/o the quotes, enter afterwards)

Here's what it looked like in my command-prompt window:

Code:
Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7600]
Copyright (c) 2009 Microsoft Corporation.  All rights reserved.

C:\Users\jc>cd Downloads

C:\Users\jc\Downloads>palmenv
Setting Novacom path ...

C:\Users\jc\Downloads>novacom -t open tty:// > klog.txt
klog last
poweroff

Sat Jun 07 17:21:35 2014
 novacomd socket was closed prematurely
novacom: unexpected EOF from server

C:\Users\jc\Downloads>
You should now have a file called klog.txt in your Downloads dir (or where you ran the above commands).

Upload that file somewhere and provide link here.

Thanks, I appreciate your assistance. Here is the link to the file: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/88325307/klog.txt
20th October 2014, 12:17 AM   |  #34  
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In my case, neither Ubuntu 12.4 nor Windows XP would mount the touchpad regardless of what I tried. After hours of frustrstion, on a whim I threw in
a live CD of Puppy Linux (lucid) and it worked perfectly. Not sure why, but Ubuntu and Windows still wont mount it so I am using Puppy for all my Touchpad tinkering now.
20th October 2014, 03:59 PM   |  #35  
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I have used Ubuntu 12.04 and now Ubuntu 14.04 without any problems mounting or otherwise.
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