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By lionheartk, Senior Member on 21st April 2015, 11:30 PM
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Hello everyone, hope I'm posting in the right place!

I own a VW Golf MK7 with the Discover Pro media system.

Recently I found a copy of the update package for it, and dabbling inside I found out a ton of cool info.

It's based ona Tegra 2 platform, and runs QNX 1.2b. There seems to be a way to telnet to the system somehow. Inside the files I found a ton of stuff, like what seems to be the user and root passwords?

Code:
root:x:0:0::/root/:/bin/sh
user:x:100:100::/eso:/bin/sh
nopasswd root::0:0::/root/:/bin/sh
user::100:100:FTP User:/eso:/bin/sh
group root:x:0:
user:x:100:user
root:f7otIPwQDbHLw:1320853303:0:0
user:6TfLBY3WGivFU:1324310912:0:0
ffs3.1ver #DATUM 2037
I don't know much about QNX, maybe someone can help and something can be done? Unlocking Mirrorlink? Unlocking other features? Installing apps? Installing android on it since it's Tegra 2 Based?

Thanks for the time and help!
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26th April 2015, 02:13 PM |#2  
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I made some progress, I was able to extract files from the .ifs partitions and from the app.img partition, which is the largest 700mb one.

Seems that the entire google maps and google earth, plus street view, are all there waiting to be enabled for those who don't have it. Also, there is a browser, and a lot of other apps.

I also discovered a possible vector of entrance:

Code:
[SWDL_MEDIUM]
Callout     =  FNAME_MATCH
Argument    =  /metainfo2.txt
Match Rule  =  MediumInserted
Fail Rule   =  SW_UPDATE

[SW_UPDATE]
Callout     =  FNAME_MATCH
Argument    =  /mib_flashall
Match Rule  =  MediumInserted
Fail Rule   =  IOC_UPDATE

[IOC_UPDATE]
Callout     =  FNAME_MATCH
Argument    =  /V850app.bin
Match Rule  =  MediumInserted
Fail Rule   =  COPY_SCRIPT

[COPY_SCRIPT]
Callout     =  FNAME_MATCH
Argument    =  /copie_scr.sh
Match Rule  =  MediumInserted
Fail Rule   =  MIXED_DATA
I guess that's the name of the file it looks for on the SD and what action it takes based on what file it finds.

I could really use some QNX or even linux experts on this....
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17th May 2016, 03:38 PM |#3  
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Sorry for the late reply... but you inspired me some time ago to start digging into this.

I've built a serial cable to connect into the back of the Discover Pro MIB1 unit, and now I've got root access to the unit. So far I haven't been able to enable SWAP features, but I did make some changes to the Green Engineering Menu, that allow me to set stuff and run scripts from SD again.

I also enabled WLAN hotspot on the Non-telephone-capable unit, but I haven't been able to put it into WLAN Client mode yet... that's another hurdle for an other time, I guess. Enabling wlan unhides the Google Earth and online services checkboxes in the navigation, but since it doesn't have any connection yet... it doesn't do much.


I would love to exchange thoughts and experiences about this device!!
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5th July 2016, 12:23 PM |#4  
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My Discover Pro is broken (right channels don't work anymore) and there will be no support from VW, so I am up to play around with the unit.

@Chillout: Did you connect your terminal cable to the PCI-E like looking connectors? Which voltage do you need?
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20th September 2016, 02:14 PM |#5  
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Hi!

Nice to see some interest here.

The PCIe style connectors are for JTAG and flashing for MMX/ Jacinto 5/ V850 cpus.
The serial consoles are on the back side of the unit on the big black connector (quadlock)

The serial is normal 115200 8 bit mode.
See the picture attached, you will need to connect on ESO_C3_RX and ESO_C3_TX for MMX
For Jacinto 5 you should use the J5_TX and J5_RX
password for emergency console is harman_f

@lionheartk How do you extract / mount app.img file?
Cheers!
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21st November 2016, 09:03 PM |#6  
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Discover Media console
Hi!

By any chance do you know how it is working in a T6 MIB2 Discover Media (not pro) unit (made by Technisat)? Are the pinouts the same? And do you know the password for the emergency console for this as well?


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Originally Posted by radux.m.dan

Hi!

Nice to see some interest here.

The PCIe style connectors are for JTAG and flashing for MMX/ Jacinto 5/ V850 cpus.
The serial consoles are on the back side of the unit on the big black connector (quadlock)

The serial is normal 115200 8 bit mode.
See the picture attached, you will need to connect on ESO_C3_RX and ESO_C3_TX for MMX
For Jacinto 5 you should use the J5_TX and J5_RX
password for emergency console is harman_f

@lionheartk How do you extract / mount app.img file?
Cheers!

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Originally Posted by horacos

Hi!

By any chance do you know how it is working in a T6 MIB2 Discover Media (not pro) unit (made by Technisat)? Are the pinouts the same? And do you know the password for the emergency console for this as well?

Hi!

The MIB2 made by Technisat is completely different from software point of view. You need to figure out the UART pins, I don't think they are the same.
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Fine, many thanks for sharing this! I'd like to play with my unit, but I think blindly checking the pins by connecting them to a uart port are not a good idea Do you have any hint on how should I start? What kind of software/hardware it is based on?
26th November 2016, 09:14 AM |#9  
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Hi!
You will need to open the unit and take a look on the PCB.
The unit is build around a iMX6 for HMI and Jacinto 5 for radio control. The operating system is still QNX
If you post some pictures with PCB I might be able to give you some hint.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by radux.m.dan

Hi!
You will need to open the unit and take a look on the PCB.
The unit is build around a iMX6 for HMI and Jacinto 5 for radio control. The operating system is still QNX
If you post some pictures with PCB I might be able to give you some hint.

For first I'd like to avoid opening the unit, so I rather tried to use the pins marked as J5_TX, J5_RX and GND on your attached pic to hook to a serial port-usb cable. I've opened a terminal configured to 115200, 8N1, and below is a sample what I've got from it:

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I've tried with other speeds (less than 115200), but the result is similar. Maybe it is sending an inverted tx signal?
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FInally serial output
Hi All,

Now i've tried to connect to port ESO C3_TX and RX, and finally i was able to see some understandable output (See below)
But do you know how shoudl I access any shell on it? I tought it provides a prompt to enter the password, but it doesn't. it rather seems to be a one direction logging console.
Any idea?

Thanks!

Code:
J5e.imx6.start: 0x01CCEB6D


-Welcome to TechniBoot-
SVN Rev: 490082
J5e.M30.LoadImage.ready: 0x03EE913A
J5e.M31.LoadImage.ready: 0x04CBAAAC
J5e.QNX.LoadImage.ready: 0x1D5A82BD
CPU0: L1 Icache: 512x64
CPU0: L1 Dcache: 512x64 WB
CPU0: L2 Dcache: 4096x64 WB
CPU0: VFP-d32 FPSID=410330c3
CPU0: NEON MVFR0=11110222 MVFR1=00011111
CPU0: 413fc082: Cortex A8 rev 2 600MHz NOALIGN
Loading IFS...done

System page at phys:83fe0000 user:fc404000 kern:fc404000
Starting next program at vfe05145c
cpu_startnext: cpu0 -> fe05145c
VFPv3: fpsid=410330c3
coproc_attach(10): replacing fe0815b0 with fe080d6c
coproc_attach(11): replacing fe0815b0 with fe080d6c
Welcome to QNX Neutrino on the Texas Instruments J5 ECO MIBSTD2NAV_MAIN Board (ARMv7 Cortex-A8 Core)
J5e.QNX.init.ready
Waiting for i.MX...
Thu Jan 01 00:01:00 UTC 1970
add net default: gateway 10.200.1.2
Starting tsd.mibstd2.main.root...
Current core file directory: /tsd/var/core/startup-1/main
00:01:00.926     [Info] [J5e.mcp]       [FREQ:20000000]
00:01:00.929     [Info] [J5e.mcp]       [PERF:0x16a0592:IO1] J5e.MCP.init.start
Start Com-Client (MAINROOT)
Start Com2M30
shm mapped to 28010000
Start Network
Create Thread
00:01:00.998    [Error] [J5e.tsd.communication.serializer]      Serializer already registered for event 0x8100f09
00:01:01.004    [Error] [J5e.tsd.communication.serializer]      Serializer already registered for event 0x8ff051a
00:01:01.005    [Error] [J5e.tsd.communication.serializer]      Serializer already registered for event 0x8ff051b
00:01:01.005    [Error] [J5e.tsd.communication.serializer]      Serializer already registered for event 0x8ff051c
00:01:01.006    [Error] [J5e.tsd.communication.serializer]      Serializer already registered for event 0x8ff051d
00:01:01.007    [Error] [J5e.tsd.communication.serializer]      Serializer already registered for event 0x8ff051e
00:01:01.007    [Error] [J5e.tsd.communication.serializer]      Serializer already registered for event 0x8ff051f
00:01:01.008    [Error] [J5e.tsd.communication.serializer]      Serializer already registered for event 0x8ff0520
00:01:01.008    [Error] [J5e.tsd.communication.serializer]      Serializer already registered for event 0x8ff0521
00:01:01.009    [Error] [J5e.tsd.communication.serializer]      Serializer already registered for event 0x8ff0556
00:01:01.009    [Error] [J5e.tsd.communication.serializer]      Serializer already registered for event 0x8ff0556
00:01:01.025    [Error] [J5e.tsd.communication.serializer]      Serializer already registered for event 0x70a0067
00:01:01.026    [Error] [J5e.tsd.communication.serializer]      Serializer already registered for event 0x70a0068
shm mapped to 28020008
00:00:00.018    [Error] [J5e.cmsg.m30]  persist: (p1:p2) configuration failed status (p3). p1: 0 p2: 0 p3: 8
00:00:00.018     [Info] [J5e.mcp]       Booting at Normal Mode (0, 1)...
00:00:00.053    [Error] [J5e.tsd.communication.serializer]      Serializer already registered for event 0x8100002
00:00:00.055     [Info] [J5e.mcp]       [PERF:0x19d5536:IO0] J5e.MCP.init.ready
00:00:00.089     [Info] [J5e.mcp]       [PERF:0x1a7c8b2:IO0] J5e.PersMaster.start
00:00:00.114     [Info] [J5e.mcp]       [PERF:0x1af6181:IO0] J5e.Police.start
00:00:00.223     [Info] [J5e.mcp]       [PERF:0x1d0b969:IO0] J5e.Bap.start
00:00:00.262     [Info] [J5e.mcp]       [PERF:0x1dc6331:IO0] J5e.DSPStarter.start
dspstarter:
00:00:00.525     [Info] [J5e.mcp]       [PERF:0x22cabdd:IO0] J5e.DSPStarter.end
dspstarter:
00:00:00.568     [Info] [J5e.mcp]       [PERF:0x239d383:IO0] J5e.PersMaster.ready
00:00:00.585     [Info] [J5e.mcp]       [PERF:0x23f14fb:IO0] J5e.Keypanel.start
00:00:00.619     [Info] [J5e.mcp]       [PERF:0x2499719:IO0] J5e.Radio.start
00:00:01.152     [Info] [J5e.mcp]       [PERF:0x2ec1003:IO0] J5e.Keypanel.ready
bap: 00:00:01.166       [Error] [J5e.Bap.tsd.communication.serializer]  Serializer already registered for event 0x80e0006
00:00:01.176     [Info] [J5e.mcp]       [PERF:0x2f36f0d:IO0] J5e.Bap.ready
bap: 00:00:01.190       [Error] [J5e.Bap.bap.ref.parking]       000A13: (CarBAPCacheChanged): BAP-device (11) not yet enabled!
bap: 00:00:01.192       [Error] [J5e.Bap.bap.ref.parking]       000A13: (CarBAPCacheChanged): BAP-device (11) not yet enabled!
radio: 00:00:01.559     [Error] [J5e.Radio.tsd.communication.serializer]        Serializer already registered for event 0x3002
radio: 00:00:01.563     [Error] [J5e.Radio.tsd.communication.serializer]        Serializer already registered for event 0x40000bf
00:00:01.579     [Info] [J5e.mcp]       [PERF:0x36e4695:IO0] J5e.Radio.ready
radio: 00:00:01.632     [Error] [J5e.Radio.tsd.communication.serializer]        Serializer already registered for event 0x14110001
00:00:01.717     [Info] [J5e.mcp]       [PERF:0x398a4d4:IO0] J5e.Police.ready
ListenServer: creating new worker thread
persmaster: 15:06:56.662        [Error] [J5e.PersMaster.tsd.common.watchdog]    WatchdogManager detected a semaphore sleep bigger than expired time  starttime: 1356998404847 endtime: 1481382416662
15:06:56.800     [Info] [J5e.mcp]       [PERF:0x8aefb6b:IO0] J5e.AudioMgr.start
bap: 15:06:56.880       [Error] [J5e.Bap.tsd.common.watchdog]   WatchdogManager detected a semaphore sleep bigger than expired time  starttime: 1356998405050 endtime: 1481382416880
keypanel: 15:06:56.880  [Error] [J5e.Keypanel.tsd.common.watchdog]      WatchdogManager detected a semaphore sleep bigger than expired time  starttime: 1356998405052 endtime: 1481382416880
police: 15:06:56.879    [Error] [J5e.Police.tsd.common.watchdog]        WatchdogManager detected a semaphore sleep bigger than expired time  starttime: 1356998405032 endtime: 1481382416879
15:06:56.894    [Error] [J5e.tsd.common.watchdog]       WatchdogManager detected a semaphore sleep bigger than expired time  starttime: 1356998405079 endtime: 1481382416894
audiomgr: Audio Manager started.
radio: 15:06:57.307     [Error] [J5e.Radio.tsd.common.watchdog] WatchdogManager detected a semaphore sleep bigger than expired time  starttime: 1356998405492 endtime: 1481382417307
audiomgr: 15:06:57.499  [Error] [J5e.AudioMgr.tsd.communication.serializer]     Serializer already registered for event 0x8100003
audiomgr: 15:06:57.502  [Error] [J5e.AudioMgr.tsd.communication.serializer]     Serializer already registered for event 0x80307df
audiomgr: 15:06:57.526  [Error] [J5e.AudioMgr.tsd.communication.serializer]     Serializer already registered for event 0x8100003
audiomgr: 15:06:57.529  [Error] [J5e.AudioMgr.tsd.communication.serializer]     Serializer already registered for event 0x80307b2
audiomgr: 15:06:57.530  [Error] [J5e.AudioMgr.tsd.communication.serializer]     Serializer already registered for event 0x80307df
15:06:57.624     [Info] [J5e.mcp]       [PERF:0x9aa900b:IO0] J5e.AudioMgr.ready
15:07:03.052     [Info] [J5e.mcp]       [PERF:0x1022e899:IO0] J5e.Logging.start
bap: 15:07:10.831       [Error] [J5e.Bap.tsd.mibstd2.carcom.bap.lsdcan.CarKombiDSIAdapter]      ImplementationLsgCAN::updateBCCurrentConsumption1_local: unknown unit
bap: 15:07:10.833       [Error] [J5e.Bap.tsd.mibstd2.carcom.bap.lsdcan.CarKombiDSIAdapter]      ImplementationLsgCAN::updateBCShortAverageConsumption1_local: unknown unit
bap: 15:07:10.835       [Error] [J5e.Bap.tsd.mibstd2.carcom.bap.lsdcan.CarKombiDSIAdapter]      ImplementationLsgCAN::updateBCLongAverageConsumption1_local: unknown unit
15:07:12.550     [Info] [J5e.mcp]       [PERF:0x1b756fa6:IO0] J5e.BapCar.start
15:07:13.225     [Info] [J5e.mcp]       [PERF:0x1c437c58:IO0] J5e.BapCar.ready
bapcar: 15:07:13.241    [Error] [J5e.BapCar.bap.ref.Klima]      000A13: (CarBAPCacheChanged): BAP-device (1) not yet enabled!
bapcar: 15:07:13.254    [Error] [J5e.BapCar.bap.ref.Klima]      000A13: (CarBAPCacheChanged): BAP-device (2) not yet enabled!
bap: 15:07:13.330       [Error] [J5e.Bap.tsd.mibstd2.hmi.dsi.cpp.DSICarKombi]   DSICarKombi::updateHUDColour: Dummy implementation called. Construction of service-provider-object not complete, HMI-Message lost.
bap: 15:07:13.333       [Error] [J5e.Bap.tsd.mibstd2.carcom.bap.lsdcan.CarKombiDSIAdapter]      ImplementationLsgCAN::updateBCLongAverageConsumption1_local: unknown unit
bap: 15:07:13.335       [Error] [J5e.Bap.tsd.mibstd2.carcom.bap.lsdcan.CarKombiDSIAdapter]      ImplementationLsgCAN::updateBCShortAverageConsumption1_local: unknown unit
bapcar: 15:07:13.508    [Error] [J5e.BapCar.bap.ref.HomeLink]   019406: BAP-device (20) not yet enabled!
15:07:16.051     [Info] [J5e.mcp]       [PERF:0x1fa2030f:IO0] J5e.NwMgr.start
15:07:16.144     [Info] [J5e.mcp]       [PERF:0x1fbe3d21:IO0] J5e.NwMgr.ready
bapcar: 15:07:19.506    [Error] [J5e.BapCar.bap.ref.HomeLink]   019406: BAP-device (20) not yet enabled!
nwmgr: if_up: retries exhausted
nwmgr: ifconfig: SIOCGIFFLAGS ax0: No such device or address
15:07:21.072     [Info] [J5e.mcp]       [PERF:0x259e265d:IO0] J5e.SwDL.start
15:07:21.119     [Info] [J5e.mcp]       [PERF:0x25ac76d6:IO0] J5e.Debug.start
15:07:21.433     [Info] [J5e.mcp]       [PERF:0x260c719c:IO0] J5e.Debug.ready
bapcar: 15:07:25.510    [Error] [J5e.BapCar.bap.ref.HomeLink]   019406: BAP-device (20) not yet enabled!
bapcar: 15:07:31.511    [Error] [J5e.BapCar.bap.ref.HomeLink]   019406: BAP-device (20) not yet enabled!
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