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20th October 2017, 10:25 AM |#41  
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Originally Posted by markop741

Ok. @YuriRM. I sent the tablet specification to the Device Info HW database by Audrey Efremov.
@Rafostar how did you do it? Can you send me instructions on email? I'm not a programmer and when i enter the recovery mode (volume +, switch on) i do not know what to do next. Maybe I do not know what command to write then - doing wipa will not give me anything.
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There is no need for you to dump it again. Recovery image should be the same on all Excite Pro tablets.
I posted it here so devs can download it and modify it into custom recovery like TWRP for anyone to flash.
But we need unlocked bootloader first.

Anyway, here is the guide that should help you if you still want to try dumping it yourself:
https://forum.xda-developers.com/sho....php?t=2450045
Just after restoring root go to KingoRoot installed folder and one of the folders inside should contain adb.exe.
Open command prompt there and type "adb shell", then execute commands from guide above
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20th October 2017, 03:31 PM |#42  
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So, here is partitions info of this tablet:

And their names:


According to Nexus 7 development thread, these are common names on Tegra tablets:

APP -> system
CAC -> cache
LNX -> boot
MDA -> encrypted userdata
MSC -> misc
PER -> per device calibration
SOS -> recovery
UDA -> userdata
USP -> bootloader

Dumping recovery (SOS partition) was successful.
I'm sending it in attached file.

Thanks a lot for all this valuable information (partitions, labels and the recovery image).

However, the screenshot of partitions at the Device Info HW app is much easier to understand. This app is built for wannabe developers like us. It will enable everybody to understand what is being discussed and give their opinion during development.
@markop741 I know that you have installed the Device Info HW app. Can you post here the screenshot of partitions, please? Let's compare it with the traditional print posted by Rafostar.

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Ok. @YuriRM. I sent the tablet specification to the Device Info HW database by Audrey Efremov.

Here is the data for Toshiba Excite Pro (Toshiba AT10LE-A) uploaded by markop741 using the app.

http://www.deviceinfohw.ru/devices/u...&submit=Search
@Rafostar can you upload yours too, please? Manufacturers do sometimes change components according to price and availability.

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20th October 2017, 06:24 PM |#43  
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Here is the data for Toshiba Excite Pro (Toshiba AT10LE-A) uploaded by markop741 using the app.

http://www.deviceinfohw.ru/devices/u...&submit=Search
@Rafostar can you upload yours too, please? Manufacturers do sometimes change components according to price and availability.

No problem. Uploaded already. Doesn't seem any different.
BTW @YuriRM You sure this app shows device partitions? I don't see this option... Maybe it is in paid Pro version only?
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20th October 2017, 07:46 PM |#44  
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No problem. Uploaded already. Doesn't seem any different.
BTW @YuriRM You sure this app shows device partitions? I don't see this option... Maybe it is in paid Pro version only?

The standard version has 15 tabs that can be reached either by selecting the top left menu or simply by swiping your finger from right to left.

The Partitions tab is the 12th, between Project and PMIC.

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20th October 2017, 09:04 PM |#45  
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The standard version has 15 tabs that can be reached either by selecting the top left menu or simply by swiping your finger from right to left.

The Partitions tab is the 12th, between Project and PMIC.

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I don't see that tab
I checked on both app versions from xda and on latest from Play Store (enabling root in app settings doesn't increase tab count).
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20th October 2017, 10:05 PM |#46  
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I agree with the @Rafostar the program does not show all the information. @YuriRM I send You some print screen.

---------- Post added at 11:05 PM ---------- Previous post was at 10:57 PM ----------
@YuriRM mayby You have got better version od this program. I installed it yesterday.
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21st October 2017, 10:40 PM |#47  
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I don't see that tab
I checked on both app versions from xda and on latest from Play Store (enabling root in app settings doesn't increase tab count).
Screenshot in attachment.

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I agree with the @Rafostar the program does not show all the information. @YuriRM I send You some print screen.
@YuriRM mayby You have got better version od this program. I installed it yesterday.

You are right! The Device Info HW app is not optimized for Nvidia Tegra 4 devices. Therefore, the partitions information is not available. I will ask Andrey Efremov to add support for Tegra 4. I have been using this app on a MediaTek device (Takee 1).

Supported platforms:
full: Mediatek, Rockchip
partialy: Qualcomm, Exynos, Intel and others.
low: Some devices with android 7.0+

My Toshiba AT10LE-A-109 /32GB details have been uploaded to the Device Info HW database by Audrey Efremov. It is identical to your AT10LE-A-108 with the exception of a Flash Toshiba 032G94.
http://www.deviceinfohw.ru/devices/u...&submit=Search

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Hello,
I'm waiting for a solution for upgrading my Toshiba AT10LE-A-10D to Android 4.4 since a long time.
And so this post seems to bring a new peace of hope !
Thank you for the next answers and posts, I'm really excited and looking forward to the solution... !

@Al'++ We need your contribution too! Can you install the app and upload the Toshiba AT10LE-A-10D details to the database, please?
22nd October 2017, 05:32 PM |#48  
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Toshiba Excite Pro clones for donor parts
The next step is to find Toshiba Excite Pro clones for donor parts.

TEGRA 4 DEVICES
Nvidia Shield Portable, Tegra Note 7, Microsoft Surface 2, HP Slate 7 Extreme, HP Slate 7 Beats Special Edition, HP Slate 8 Pro, HP SlateBook x2, HP SlateBook 14, HP Slate 21, ZTE N988S, nabi Big Tab, Nuvola NP-1, Project Mojo, Asus Transformer Pad TF701T, Toshiba AT10-LE-A (Excite Pro), Vizio 10" tablet, Wexler.Terra 7, Wexler.Terra 10, Acer TA272HUL AIO, Xiaomi Phone 3, Coolpad 大观 4, Audi Tablet, Le Pan TC1020 10.1", Matrimax iPLAY 7, Kobo Arc 10HD, Gigaset QV1030

Database of Tegra 4 devices
http://www.deviceinfohw.ru/devices/u...&submit=Search

Clones for SCREEN SIZE and RESOLUTION - Quanta Gigaset QV1030, Asus Transformer Pad TF701 (KOOC)
Clones for SCREEN SIZE AND RESOLUTION, LENS, SOUND, ACCELEROMETER, MAGNETOMETER, GYROSCOPE, WIFI, AUDIO and 4 parts in 7 of OTHERS (dummy, palmas, nct_thermal, inv_dev) - Quanta Gigaset QV1030
Clones for SCREEN SIZE AND RESOLUTION, SOUND, ACCELEROMETER, GYROSCOPE, WIFI - and 3 parts in 7 of OTHERS (dummy, palmas and nct_thermal) - Asus Transformer Pad TF701 (KOOC)
Clones for SOUND, ACCELEROMETER, MAGNETOMETER and GYROSCOPE - Asus Google Nexus 7, HP SlateBook 10 x2 PC
Clones for PMIC, WIFI and AUDIO - HP SlateBook 10 x2 PC
Clones for WIFI and AUDIO - Quanta Gigaset QV1030, Asus Google Nexus 7, HP SlateBook 10 x2 PC
Clones for WIFI - Quanta Gigaset QV1030, Asus Transformer Pad TF701 (KOOC)
Clones for ALSPS - Asus Google Nexus 7
Clones for LENS - Quanta Gigaset QV1030
Clones for FLASH storage (032G4C) - Sony Xperia S LT26i
Clones for FLASH storage (016G92 and 032G94) - ???
Clones for TOUCHSCREEN, CAMERA - ???

Quanta Gigaset QV1030 is the best clone for donor parts to Toshiba Excite Pro (AT10LE-A).

Gigaset QV1030 Device Information:
http://www.deviceinfohw.ru/devices/item.php?item=6255

The QV1030 Kernel was published on the Gigaset Webpage.

Gigaset QV1030 Sourcecode:
https://web.archive.org/web/20150519...en-source.html
https://web.archive.org/web/20170606...030/QV1030.tar[/QUOTE]

Runner-up to best clone is Asus Transformer Pad TF701 (KOOC model).

Asus Transformer Pad TF701 (KOOC model)
http://www.deviceinfohw.ru/devices/item.php?item=5259

Not registered at the database
Nvidia Shield Portable (code name Roth)
Nvidia Tegra Note 7
and many others

Develop For Tegra NOTE 7
https://developer.nvidia.com/develop-for-tegra-note-7
SHIELD Open Source Resources and Drivers
https://developer.nvidia.com/shield-open-source
The official LineageOS 13.0 for Nvidia Shield Portable (code name Roth)
https://wiki.lineageos.org/devices/roth
[ROM] [8.0] [UNOFFICIAL] LineageOS 15.0 for Nexus 7 2013
https://forum.xda-developers.com/nex...-2013-t3673103
HP Slatebook X2 - maya - development thread (recovery,root)
https://forum.xda-developers.com/and...hread-t2809038
[UNOFFICIAL] LineageOS 14.1 for HP Slatebook 14 by Carl Miller
https://plus.google.com/+CarlMillerteamregular
Asus Transformer Pad TF701 (Android 7.1.2) - 2560 x 1600 pixels
https://forum.xda-developers.com/transformer-tf701

nAOSP ROM 7.x for Sony Xperia S LT26i - Clones for FLASH storage (032G4C)
https://forum.xda-developers.com/xpe...ria-s-t3462373
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22nd October 2017, 06:32 PM |#49  
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Root Checker screenshots (Congratulations, Verify root and Build info)
Root Checker screenshots (Congratulations, Verify root and Build info) provided by @markop741
Has this KingoRoot method bypassed Toshiba's infamous sealime.ko security module? Rooting with KingoRoot is successful, but su binary is lost after reboot. Can something be done about that?
Also /system is still read-only so root is pretty much useless for now. Is there any way to make it rw? Is it now possible to flash an unlocked bootloader which allows custom recovery and kernels/ramdisks (boot.img) to be used? @pio_masaki and @AmEv have achieved that goal in 2013. Read their feat!
[Root Tool] Toshiba Thrive 10.1" ICS (Android 4.0.4, Ice Cream Sandwich, Nvidia Tegra 2)
https://forum.xda-developers.com/sho...2341075&page=1
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26th October 2017, 02:04 PM |#50  
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@pio_masaki and @AmEv have achieved that goal in 2013. Read their feat!
[Root Tool] Toshiba Thrive 10.1" ICS (Android 4.0.4, Ice Cream Sandwich, Nvidia Tegra 2)
https://forum.xda-developers.com/sho...2341075&page=1

Hmm... I took a look at their Thrive root script. (link)
It looks like they are using system restore function to gain temp root from "fakebackup.ab". (line 30)
I think we can skip it thanks to Kingo temp root.
Lines 37-45 are just copying files to temp dirs for later flashing.
But I am curious about line 48 - "Bypassing sealime....".
The only thing they did to achive this is to move contents of mmcblk0p6 to mmcblk0p9 partition (also note, that they used move command instead of dd ). After that they have overwritten mmcblk0p9 with new unlocked bootloader. So if I'm not mistaken they simply get rid of all contents of mmcblk0p6 partition.

Can someone find partition names of that tablet and compare it to ours (ones that i posted earlier in this thread)?
sealime.ko is holding us from gaining write access to system...
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26th October 2017, 03:42 PM |#51  
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Hmm... I took a look at their Thrive root script. (link)
It looks like they are using system restore function to gain temp root from "fakebackup.ab". (line 30)
I think we can skip it thanks to Kingo temp root.
Lines 37-45 are just copying files to temp dirs for later flashing.
But I am curious about line 48 - "Bypassing sealime....".
The only thing they did to achive this is to move contents of mmcblk0p6 to mmcblk0p9 partition (also note, that they used move command instead of dd ). After that they have overwritten mmcblk0p9 with new unlocked bootloader. So if I'm not mistaken they simply get rid of all contents of mmcblk0p6 partition.

Can someone find partition names of that tablet and compare it to ours (ones that i posted earlier in this thread)?
sealime.ko is holding us from gaining write access to system...

Eureka! This is the answer to your prayers. Read to the very end and get GPS ready.

Rooting the Toshiba Thrive - Roy Keene´s Wiki
http://www.rkeene.org/projects/info/wiki/210
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