I've managed to compile U-boot from the leaked sources but looking at the source code I don't think it's going to work. It doesn't support fastboot, it uses a different partition layout and it boots a uImage instead of a zImage. There's also LK (...
This is the output for flashmode:
S1 Boot U8500 1240-4128 CRH1099189_R10E010 2012-03-27 11:03 (RioGrande (DB8500) chipset)
SoC settings: INFO: @(#)SOC-SETTINGS v4.0.1-(F)-batt-volt db8500 v2 1000Mhz Sep 14 2012 14:35:17
Ok, you got me
Anyway I wouldn't swear that's the first bootloader.. I mean, it could be the second or even the third.
Thus, its checksum could be checked
Here's more about qualcomm's chain of trust
I don't actually know what could be the corr...
If somebody manages to get UART connection, he will have 90% chance of success at solving this puzzle.
Settings for UART are :
UART alias="auto" baudrate="115200" databits="8" parity="1" stopbit="1"
I'll do it if someone verifies the pinout...
I'm pretty sure flashing a new bootloader isn't as easy as flashing a kernel
Cool stuff here
And it seems that with locked bootloader loading new kernels modules is hard as hell