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13th April 2019, 08:33 AM |#711  
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@steadfasterX just wanted to report this when extracting a v35 kdz. didnt have this issue with v40. some v30 kdzs also have this warning too and i believe its due to the OP.img. the OP partition seems to never get extracted correctly using -x flag.

[+] Extracting all partitions from v2 file!

[+] Extracting V35010i_00.dz to /home/johnfawkes/github_stuff/good/kdz2zip_johnfawkes/kdz2zip_update/kdz/extractedkdz/V35010i_00.dz
[+] Extracting LGUP_c.dll to /home/johnfawkes/github_stuff/good/kdz2zip_johnfawkes/kdz2zip_update/kdz/extractedkdz/LGUP_c.dll
[+] Extracting LGUP_c.dylib to /home/johnfawkes/github_stuff/good/kdz2zip_johnfawkes/kdz2zip_update/kdz/extractedkdz/LGUP_c.dylib
[+] Extracting extra data to /home/johnfawkes/github_stuff/good/kdz2zip_johnfawkes/kdz2zip_update/kdz/extractedkdz/kdz_extras.bin
[ ] Warning: Found 2 out of order chunks (please report)
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "OP_S", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "OP_S", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "OP_S", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "OP_S", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "xbl_a", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "xbl_config_a", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "BackupGPT", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "xbl_b", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "xbl_config_b", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "BackupGPT", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "BackupGPT", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "aop_a", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "tz_a", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "hyp_a", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "modem_a", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "abl_a", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "dsp_a", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "keymaster_a", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "akmu_a", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "boot_a", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "cmnlib_a", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "cmnlib64_a", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "devcfg_a", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "qupfw_a", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "laf_a", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "vbmeta_a", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "dtbo_a", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "storsec_a", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "raw_resources_a", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "sid_a", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "aop_b", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "tz_b", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "hyp_b", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "modem_b", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "abl_b", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "dsp_b", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "keymaster_b", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "akmu_b", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "boot_b", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "cmnlib_b", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "cmnlib64_b", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "devcfg_b", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "qupfw_b", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "laf_b", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "vbmeta_b", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "dtbo_b", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "storsec_b", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "raw_resources_b", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "sid_b", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "sec", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "apdp", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "msadp", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "logfs", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "BackupGPT", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "BackupGPT", but starts in front of slice?!
[!] Warning: Chunk is part of "BackupGPT", but starts in front of slice?!
[+] Extracting all slices/partitions

Pls share the SALT debug log after trying to extract with SALT . Read the faq for a how-to and follow it briefly.

And share a link to the kdz file pls.

..and SALT uses more intelligence then the included backend tools alone . If you try to just use the kdzmanager.sh or the kdztools from a terminal you may fail like shown above.


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17th April 2019, 12:21 PM |#712  
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flashing with SALT is experimental and requires a compatible device.
I can tell you if your device is compatible when you share the debug log (read the FAQ for how)

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here is the log : https://bpaste.net/show/9bbb64378bc2

i want to know that can we unofficial unlock the bootloader of v10 ? i can provide you with the files that you needed for v10.
and my 2nd question is that i flashed my v10 with 21w firmware now it has many problem like can't set security lock etc, my device is bootloader locked , can you suggest me how can i fix this issue ?
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here is the log : https://bpaste.net/show/9bbb64378bc2

i want to know that can we unofficial unlock the bootloader of v10 ? i can provide you with the files that you needed for v10.
and my 2nd question is that i flashed my v10 with 21w firmware now it has many problem like can't set security lock etc, my device is bootloader locked , can you suggest me how can i fix this issue ?

SALT cannot flash when running that firmware version yet, sorry (before your upgrade to 21w likely yes).
If a factory reset does not help on your issue better ask in the v10 forum..

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Can not open SALT
Thanks for the tool as I was trying to restore images after a factory reset. But unfortunately I was stuck at the beginning of this process. My phone is Verizon G4 with VS9862BA without root.

I can get the phone to download mode, and when I double-click SALT icon the phone screen changed a little bit showing the VS9862BA software info, but there is no SALT window or console showing up in FWUL. I am a new comer to Linux and android root. Hope to get some help. Thank you~

BTW, I use FWUL on a 32GB usb stick. And, just by clicking the icon, the SALT has no response regardless of connecting a phone or not. Did I miss anything?

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Update: I changed to FWUL stable version 3.1, and it works. But the current problem is that I can not find photos in the userdata partition (I can only see some new images). Should I look into other partitions or it is impossible to restore my old photos?

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