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[TOOL] imgRePacker (LiveSuit's & PhoenixSuit's firmware images unpacker/packer)

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5th July 2012, 08:21 PM   |  #1  
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imgRePacker
LiveSuit's & PhoenixSuit's firmware images (*.img) unpacker/packer


Version 2.05 Windows & Linux

Supported firmware images (known):
- Sochip SC8600/SC9800 (LiveSuit/zdisk);
- Boxchip F10/F15/F16/F20 (LiveSuit/zdisk);
- Teclast T7200/T8100 (LiveSuit/zdisk);
- Allwinner F10/F13/F18 (LiveSuit/zdisk);
- Allwinner F1C100/F1E200 (LiveSuit);
- Allwinner A10/A13/A10s (LiveSuit);
- Allwinner A20/A31/A31s (PhoenixSuit).

Supported second layer file formats:
- Android boot image;
- gzip/cpio archive file;
- cpio_ascii_new archive file;
- sparse image (unpacking).
Attached Files
File Type: zip imgRePacker_W201&L100.zip - [Click for QR Code] (81.8 KB, 6598 views)
File Type: zip imgRePacker_202.zip - [Click for QR Code] (90.4 KB, 3715 views)
File Type: zip imgRePacker_203.zip - [Click for QR Code] (98.2 KB, 2037 views)
File Type: zip imgRePacker_204.zip - [Click for QR Code] (99.0 KB, 12329 views)
File Type: zip imgRePacker_205.zip - [Click for QR Code] (188.5 KB, 8253 views)
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24th July 2012, 03:50 PM   |  #2  
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Hi RedScorpio

Unfortunately with this version I can't obtain a proper ext4 iso file.
With an extract of ICS img rom (G18N from yinlips) (mirror here: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/67207175/ROMS/YDPG18.rar)
just a "data" type:

Code:
system.fex.iso: data
instead of:
Code:
system.fex.iso: Linux rev 1.0 ext4 filesystem data, UUID=630e3cc6-b026-4f2a-9f62-50b32a9f2ec8 (extents) (huge files)
Do you have idea of what happened ?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by cis.snakeman

Code:
system.fex.iso: data
instead of:
Code:
system.fex.iso: Linux rev 1.0 ext4 filesystem data, UUID=630e3cc6-b026-4f2a-9f62-50b32a9f2ec8 (extents) (huge files)

These two strings are not the result of the work of any version of the program. Please describe the problem more precisely.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by RedScorpioXDA

These two strings are not the result of the work of any version of the program. Please describe the problem more precisely.

Sorry for late answer, it was the "file" command on the iso files generated by imgRepacker. (especially system one)
In fact the iso files are not ext4 filesystem, in fact there is no filesystem defined :/

I'll try with the latest version this afternoon.
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Originally Posted by cis.snakeman

Sorry for late answer, it was the "file" command on the iso files generated by imgRepacker. (especially system one)
In fact the iso files are not ext4 filesystem, in fact there is no filesystem defined .

Actually, the program does not modify files in the firmware (saves them as-is). So inform me, in which case you got
Code:
system.fex.iso: Linux rev 1.0 ext4 filesystem data, UUID=630e3cc6-b026-4f2a-9f62-50b32a9f2ec8 (extents) (huge files)
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Quote:
Originally Posted by RedScorpioXDA

Actually, the program does not modify files in the firmware (saves them as-is). So inform me, in which case you got

Code:
system.fex.iso: Linux rev 1.0 ext4 filesystem data, UUID=630e3cc6-b026-4f2a-9f62-50b32a9f2ec8 (extents) (huge files)

I have it with an iso extracted from an older version of the img I used. (one of Android 2.3)

The one wich causing these issue is an Android 4.0 one

This is the files from "YDPG18 Upgrade" android game handled console
http://www.yinlips.com/en/services/downs.aspx
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Originally Posted by cis.snakeman

I have it with an iso extracted from an older version of the img I used. (one of Android 2.3)

The one wich causing these issue is an Android 4.0 one

I think, this is a root case. Try to use simg2img for Android 4.0
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imgRePacker
LiveSuit's firmware image (*.img) unpacker/packer


Version 2.01 Windows
Version 1.00 Linux

Hi

The IMG file for the ProTabXXLV2 here gives a corruption error when trying to unpack with imgRePacker. I know the file works in LiveSuit as I have flashed it a number of times.

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Unhappy ImgRepacker builds incorrect image
Help me please.
I use ImgRepacker 2.1 with Allwinner A10 ROM for chinese "noname" tablet with Android 4.0.3 ICS.
ImgRepacker unpacks ROM correctly but then repack ROM incorrectly.
I made an experiment.
I unpacked ROM and then repacked it without any changes.
Tablet doesn't boot with the re-assembled ROM.
I compared the old and the new ROMs. Both files are the same size but they contain 81 differences. These differences are:
1) One big block from offset 0050 to 03FF (944 bytes)
2) 40 blocks of 48 bytes. The 1st of these blocks begins at offset 0430 and the others repeated every 1024 bytes.
3) 40 blocks of 720 bytes. The 1st of these blocks begins at offset 0530 and the others repeated every 1024 bytes.

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