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Any help on Pioneer XDP-300R bootloop ?

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By grogcw, Junior Member on 4th February 2019, 12:33 PM
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29th July 2019, 10:05 PM |#21  
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You need to change settings in twrp not to check md5 checksum, if it doesn't work then i'll create one with checksum.


I've done this before and unfortunately it also did not help, I still get the installation error
2nd August 2019, 01:26 PM |#22  
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Onkyo dp-x1 rom on Pioneer xdp300r.
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Originally Posted by dantuko

You need to change settings in twrp not to check md5 checksum, if it doesn't work then i'll create one with checksum.

Hello

I found on the Chinese site an older version of software for onkyo dp-x1 reworked by someone from root and I managed to upload it. It worked my dap came back to life. Then the system automatically downloaded the latest software version, I made root again and everything works as it should. the difference is now the yellow font color, the onkyo player and the name in the system call dp-x1. The rest is exactly the same as the pioneer.

If someone wants I can insert a link to the page with this software. There are two versions of this software 1.26 and 1.28.
I installed the first one and everything worked without a problem.
Then you can automatically download the latest version.

greetings
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3rd August 2019, 09:54 AM |#23  
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Hello

I found on the Chinese site an older version of software for onkyo dp-x1 reworked by someone from root and I managed to upload it. It worked my dap came back to life. Then the system automatically downloaded the latest software version, I made root again and everything works as it should. the difference is now the yellow font color, the onkyo player and the name in the system call dp-x1. The rest is exactly the same as the pioneer.

If someone wants I can insert a link to the page with this software. There are two versions of this software 1.26 and 1.28.
I installed the first one and everything worked without a problem.
Then you can automatically download the latest version.

greetings

Hi, could u give me a link to download this?
And in what method u flashed the original firmware?
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23rd November 2019, 03:32 AM |#24  
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Hi !
Links are probably these ones, but they're not tested, so be "careful" here.

Onkyo DP-X1 Rom v1.26 OTA
Onkyo DP-X1 Rom v1.28 OTA
Onkyo DP-X1 Rom v1.28 OTA - Alternate Version

Too bad we don't have at least the last official OTA update for the XDP-300R...

Edit : a dumb URL format for the XDP-300R would be
Code:
https://android.googleapis.com/packages/ota/pioneer_fuzin2r32_fuzin2r32/<hash>.signed-Pioneer_32G-ota_update.zip
...so, maybe we're only missing the hash here...?
26th November 2019, 04:11 AM |#25  
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Originally Posted by stefan999

Hello

I found on the Chinese site an older version of software for onkyo dp-x1 reworked by someone from root and I managed to upload it. It worked my dap came back to life. Then the system automatically downloaded the latest software version, I made root again and everything works as it should. the difference is now the yellow font color, the onkyo player and the name in the system call dp-x1. The rest is exactly the same as the pioneer.

If someone wants I can insert a link to the page with this software. There are two versions of this software 1.26 and 1.28.
I installed the first one and everything worked without a problem.
Then you can automatically download the latest version.

greetings

Hi ! I managed to snatch a Service Manual for the DP-X1, and some fastboot commands are interesting :

Code:
fastboot oem data:r DestID
To which my XDP-300R answered " 1 ", and
Code:
fastboot oem data:r ModelID
... to which my XDP-300R also answered " 1 ".

(Region code is 1 for Japan, 2 for US, 3 for Europe, and I suppose that model ID is 1 for XDP-300R and 2 for XD-P1 for my original Pioneer ROM, so the good parameter could be 2 for a Onkyo ROM)
You can try to read them by using the same commands, and if values differ, change them by :

Code:
fastboot oem data:w DestID:1
and of course,
Code:
fastboot oem data:w ModelID:1
...thus maybe changing your region to japan, and model to XDP-300R

Hope this is going to be helpful in any way.
26th November 2019, 11:51 PM |#26  
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Hi all !

After some digging around, I've found other fastboot commands, and I will try to explain how they work.
(note that all commands are issued with this fashion : fastboot <command>)
  • boot <image>
    Boot the device to a locally stored image. (eg : fastboot boot recovery.img)
  • boot-recovery
    Boot the device's recovery image.
  • flash <image> <destination>
    Writes the specified image to the specified destination. (eg : fastboot flash recovery recovery.img)
  • erase <destination>
    Erases the specified destination. (eg : fastboot erase userdata)
    CAUTION !! There's no do overs if your bootloader is locked.
  • continue
    Resumes booting processus, exits fastboot mode.
  • reboot
    Self explainatory...
  • reboot-bootloader
    Reboot device to Bootloader (fastboot).
  • oem unlock
    Unlocks Bootloader for flashing purposes.
    NOTE : this command is "locked" and wont actually work, you need to unlock you bootloader while the device is still working properly thru Developper Options.
  • oem lock
    Locks Bootloader for flashing purposes.
    NOTE : this command works, you may NEVER type this !
  • oem device-info
    Outputs bootloader state.

    Typical Ouput of an unlocked device :
    Code:
    (bootloader) 	Device tampered: false
    (bootloader) 	Device unlocked: true
    (bootloader) 	FRP unlock: true
    (bootloader) 	Charger screen enabled: true
    OKAY [  0.006s]
  • getvar <argument>
    Displays bootloader variables. (eg : fastboot getvar all)
  • download <argument>
    I'm not sure right now, maybe kindo adb push file ?
  • dump <argument>
    Not sure either, maybe kindo adb pull, but for system images ?
  • read <argument>
    Last command where I'm not sure...
  • oem oemdata
    Displays infos about the model. You can read/write specific values with others commands, see below.
    Typical ouptut :
    Code:
    (bootloader) 	ModelID: 1
    (bootloader) 	DestID: 1
    (bootloader) 	PSN: UB7ZM4XXXX
    (bootloader) 	SSN: QLCI0000XXXX
    (bootloader) 	BTAddr: 7C:D3:0A:0F:XX:XX
    (bootloader) 	WIFIAddr: 7C:D3:0A:0F:XX:XX
    OKAY [  0.009s]
  • oem data:r <argument>
    Read OEM specific data.
    Arguments list :
    • ModelID : Switch between Onkyo and Pioneer brands (On Pioneer ROM, 1 is for Pioneer, 2 is for Onkyo)
    • DestID : Switch between different regions. Region coding is : 1 - Japan, 2 - USA, 3 - Europe)
    • PSN : Production Serial Number
    • SSN : Series Serial Number
    • BTAddr : Bluetooth MAC Address
    • WIFIAddr : Wifi MAC Address
    • AdbEnable : Enables ADB (I didn't figured when ADB enables, maybe while charging ?)
    • DebugLevel_Eng : Debug level for engineers, I don't know where logs are shown / saved
    • DebugLevel_Usr : Debug level for users, I don't know where logs are shown / saved
  • oem data:w <argument>:<value>
    Writes a a value based on a specific argument, see above.
    Note that there's a colon and no space between the argument and the value.

I hope all of this makes sense and will help debunking things so anyone can at last debrick a bootlocked, non booting device.
27th November 2019, 06:41 PM |#27  
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Originally Posted by stefan999

Hello

I found on the Chinese site an older version of software for onkyo dp-x1 reworked by someone from root and I managed to upload it. It worked my dap came back to life. Then the system automatically downloaded the latest software version, I made root again and everything works as it should. the difference is now the yellow font color, the onkyo player and the name in the system call dp-x1. The rest is exactly the same as the pioneer.

If someone wants I can insert a link to the page with this software. There are two versions of this software 1.26 and 1.28.
I installed the first one and everything worked without a problem.
Then you can automatically download the latest version.

greetings

regards, what method did you use to install the dp-x1 firmware on the xdp300, thanks in advance
1st December 2019, 08:56 AM |#28  
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Damn, I've lost my unlocked bit by tampering my device testing things (don't know exactly what ?).

Code:
(bootloader) 	Device tampered: true
(bootloader) 	Device unlocked: false
(bootloader) 	FRP unlock: true
(bootloader) 	Charger screen enabled: true
Hopefully, I'm still able to start it via fastboot boot original_boot.img, but this is getting bad....

We need dev/hacker help here !
1st December 2019, 09:04 AM |#29  
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wait you bootloop without unlocking bootloader? thats amazing hahaha
18th April 2020, 04:23 AM |#30  
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Now I can only access port 9008. Is there any help?
Now I can only access port 9008. Is there any help?
18th April 2020, 04:28 AM |#31  
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At this stage, we're currently stuck unfortunately.

We don't have any help from the QPST community, we lack some informations, and mostly we lack Pioneer / Onkyo's support, while we know they have the rom bundled in a zip file with adb-fastboot tools.

Sorry for carrying such bad news for the moment...

Can you elaborate why you can only boot in EDL mode ? Maybe there's another fix ?

You can PM me if you want.

Cheers !
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