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[Q] Returning to stock firmware? [Omate Truesmart]

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By bladeofdarkness, Junior Member on 4th March 2014, 10:45 PM
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Ok so i followed Lokifish Marz's SPflash tools and return to stock flashing tutorial.

The problem is when i shut the device off for SPtools to start flashing it gets stuck at Downloading DA 100% and then i get an error saying that SPtools cannot reach the device. But even after that my omate soft bricks and i have to wait for the battery to die and recharge before i can use it again.
Do i need to update SPtools or something? Any help is appreciated!

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Ok so i followed Lokifish Marz's SPflash tools and return to stock flashing tutorial.

The problem is when i shut the device off for SPtools to start flashing it gets stuck at Downloading DA 100% and then i get an error saying that SPtools cannot reach the device. But even after that my omate soft bricks and i have to wait for the battery to die and recharge before i can use it again.
Do i need to update SPtools or something? Any help is appreciated!

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"cannot reach the device" is a disconnect issue. Try gently lifting the pins on the dock to get better contact with the TS.
4th March 2014, 10:50 PM |#3  
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"cannot reach the device" is a disconnect issue. Try gently lifting the pins on the dock to get better contact with the TS.

Yes ive tried but would this cause me to not be able to turn on the true smart afterwards?
The exact error was:

error: brom error : s_ft_da_no_response(4001) da didn't send response data to flash tool! [hint]:
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Yes ive tried but would this cause me to not be able to turn on the true smart afterwards?
The exact error was:

error: brom error : s_ft_da_no_response(4001) da didn't send response data to flash tool! [hint]:

That error is the TS disconnecting from the PC during the flash process. What OD are you using? What model are you trying to flash? What firmware are you using?
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That error is the TS disconnecting from the PC during the flash process. What OD are you using? What model are you trying to flash? What firmware are you using?

Noob question whats a OD?

Model just says Truesmart, dev 512 + 4

Firmware is omate_1900_truesmart_20140120.zip - 688.00 MB
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Noob question whats a OD?

Model just says Truesmart, dev 512 + 4

Firmware is omate_1900_truesmart_20140120.zip - 688.00 MB

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That firmware has no working sensors. you want the working sensors release.
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That firmware has no working sensors. you want the working sensors release.


But only the EU version says working sensors...
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But only the EU version says working sensors...

Sorry, I'm all over the place right now and folks not listing much needed info from the start makes it really hard

The sensors work on the 1900 firmware. So the if you have a 1900 then the 1900 firmware is what you want. Sorry.
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Sorry, I'm all over the place right now and folks not listing much needed info from the start makes it really hard

The sensors work on the 1900 firmware. So the if you have a 1900 then the 1900 firmware is what you want. Sorry.

Thats what i have now how do i get SPtools to stop soft bricking the device?
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Thats what i have now how do i get SPtools to stop soft bricking the device?

What OS is on your computer?
Where did you get the SPTools and drivers from?

(if this issue had been posted in the thread where you got SPTools from and the guide you followed this would be much easier)
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