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By jockyw2001, Recognized Developer on 3rd January 2008, 05:26 PM
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3rd January 2008, 10:08 PM |#11  
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I have flashed the test splash succesfully but now (after restart) I have troubles launching programs (such as sspl - so I cant flash rardspl now, resco viewer...). Weird...

Well, sometimes a symptom after SPL change is that you have to do a hard reset. But sometimes it already helps to unplug and reinsert battery. Try that first.
 
 
3rd January 2008, 10:12 PM |#12  
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Bootloader mode says "SPL-0.91 Hard"
Where can I find a another good splash screen please?

Try to flash the attachment.
Replace Splash.nbh in flash-splash-wings by the attached ATT-test-Splash.nbh
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File Type: zip ATT-test-Splash.zip - [Click for QR Code] (25.1 KB, 291 views)
3rd January 2008, 10:23 PM |#13  
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Hard reseted, and flashed hardspl ok.
Flashing my own splashscreen without sspl was also succesful. Thanks
3rd January 2008, 10:27 PM |#14  
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Hard reseted, and flashed hardspl ok.
Flashing my own splashscreen without sspl was also succesful. Thanks

After hard reset no longer probs running softwares?

Okay guys thanks for testing, now we will focus on dumping OS using fat2sd
3rd January 2008, 11:04 PM |#15  
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After hard reset no longer probs running softwares?

I didnt have too much time so I hard reseted Wings again and restored backup. No problem then, everything runs
3rd January 2008, 11:09 PM |#16  
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Excellent

I'm now dumping my FAT partition using the HardSPL command "fat2sd" (watch spelling!).
Of course you have to start up in bootloader mode (tri-color) for that and then connect with MTTY 1.42

You can call it with a parameter which can have the value 1,2,3 or 4

I think "fat2sd 3" is filemode, but since it is currently running and takes a long time I am not yet sure.
Ah it just finished

Here is a snapshot of the MTTY output
Code:
Cmd>fat2sd 3
Nand2SDReorder start...

Buildup mapping table now
dwTotalLength=0x484800, remain:0x8A09800

dwTotalLength=0x1111000, remain:0x7D7D000

dwTotalLength=0x1D9D800, remain:0x70F0800

dwTotalLength=0x2A2A000, remain:0x6464000

dwTotalLength=0x36B6800, remain:0x57D7800

dwTotalLength=0x4343000, remain:0x4B4B000

dwTotalLength=0x4FCF800, remain:0x3EBE800

dwTotalLength=0x5C5C000, remain:0x3232000

dwTotalLength=0x68E8800, remain:0x25A5800

dwTotalLength=0x7575000, remain:0x1919000

dwTotalLength=0x8201800, remain:0xC8C800


searching for boot sector, please wait a min
boot sector hit, start writing
remain 15147 sectors
remain 13867 sectors
remain 13355 sectors
remain 13099 sectors
remain 4139 sectors
remain 3883 sectors
remain 3627 sectors
remain 3371 sectors
remain 2859 sectors
remain 2347 sectors
remain 2091 sectors
remain 1579 sectors
remain 1323 sectors
Last Sector = 53803, encounter Last Logical Sector
Cmd>
Ok I have checked the SD after "fat2sd 3" and it wrote about 7.41MB in filemode (FAT32)
This is the contents of the rootdir. I think what it has dumped now are user files. Don't know how ROM cooks call this (user FAT partition??):
Code:
I:\>dir /a
 Volume in drive I is TFAT
 Volume Serial Number is 07E4-000A

 Directory of I:\

01/09/2007  00:00    <DIR>          Documents and Settings
01/09/2007  00:00    <DIR>          Windows
01/09/2007  00:00    <DIR>          Temp
03/01/2008  23:57            77,824 ReplStorVol
01/09/2007  00:00    <DIR>          My Documents
01/09/2007  00:00    <DIR>          Program Files
01/09/2007  00:00    <DIR>          Application Data
01/09/2007  00:00            28,672 mxip_initdb.vol
03/01/2008  23:57           151,552 mxip_system.vol
03/01/2008  23:57            32,768 mxip_notify.vol
03/01/2008  23:57            53,248 mxip_lang.vol
01/09/2007  00:01    <DIR>          ConnMgr
03/01/2008  23:57           172,032 cemail.vol
03/01/2008  23:57           385,024 pim.vol
               8 File(s)        901,701 bytes
               7 Dir(s)     133,283,840 bytes free
Will now try the other options.

Now running "fat2sd 4" This one takes a long time ~ 30 min
MTTY snapshot:
Code:
Cmd>fat2sd 4
Nand2SDReorder start...

Buildup mapping table now
dwTotalLength=0x484800, remain:0x8A09800

dwTotalLength=0x1111000, remain:0x7D7D000

dwTotalLength=0x1D9D800, remain:0x70F0800

dwTotalLength=0x2A2A000, remain:0x6464000

dwTotalLength=0x36B6800, remain:0x57D7800

dwTotalLength=0x4343000, remain:0x4B4B000

dwTotalLength=0x4FCF800, remain:0x3EBE800

dwTotalLength=0x5C5C000, remain:0x3232000

dwTotalLength=0x68E8800, remain:0x25A5800

dwTotalLength=0x7575000, remain:0x1919000

dwTotalLength=0x8201800, remain:0xC8C800


last sector = 53803
remain 15147 sectors
remain 14123 sectors
remain 13867 sectors
remain 13355 sectors
remain 13099 sectors
remain 4139 sectors
remain 3883 sectors
remain 3627 sectors
remain 3371 sectors
remain 2859 sectors
remain 2347 sectors
remain 1579 sectors
remain 1323 sectors
Last Sector = 53803, encounter Last Logical Sector

Cmd>
I analyzed the contents of the SD and it turns out a raw binary image is written on SD.
You must open the SD with for example the Winhex tool.
I think the data is the same as with "fat2sd 3", but now in raw mode.

Meanwhile I have studied the HardSPL again and I think I can trick it in dumping other partitions.
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Thanks for all this work, jockyw2001. It is appreciated. I think that after we all have working GPS and 3G, we should make some serious donations to jockyw2001!

One question...how do you enter bootloader mode in the wings?
4th January 2008, 12:37 AM |#18  
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Not sure how to enter bootloader on Wings (I don't own it), but I think press and hold camera and then power on.
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That worked. I was trying holding camera then plugging in USB. Thanks!
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Thanks for all this work, jockyw2001. It is appreciated. I think that after we all have working GPS and 3G, we should make some serious donations to jockyw2001!

Go on boys! Good work! I am prepared for next amount of donation
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