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Lumia 620 partition layout

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By lumia620, Junior Member on 19th April 2013, 01:28 PM
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Sorry, i can't post into thread:
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http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1934388
I found this file in the firmware of lumia 620 (version 1308):

Code:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<DeviceLayout xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xmlns:xsd="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema" xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/embedded/2004/10/ImageUpdate">
  <Partitions>
    <!-- READ-ONLY SECTION START -->

    <!-- Device Provisioning Partition (FIRST READ-ONLY) -->
    <Partition>
      <Name>DPP</Name>
      <!-- PARTITION_BASIC_DATA_GUID -->
      <Type>{ebd0a0a2-b9e5-4433-87c0-68b6b72699c7}</Type>
      <TotalSectors>16384</TotalSectors>
      <RequiredToFlash>true</RequiredToFlash>
    </Partition>

    <!-- QUALCOMM 8960 SPECIFIC READ-ONLY PARTITIONS -->

    <!-- Modem golden file system - MUST FOLLOW DPP -->
    <Partition>
      <Name>MODEM_FSG</Name>
      <TotalSectors>6144</TotalSectors>
      <Type>{638FF8E2-22C9-E33B-8F5D-0E81686A68CB}</Type>
      <RequiredToFlash>true</RequiredToFlash>
    </Partition>

    <!-- Secure Software Download -->
    <Partition>
      <Name>SSD</Name>
      <TotalSectors>16</TotalSectors>
      <Type>{2C86E742-745E-4FDD-BFD8-B6A7AC638772}</Type>
      <RequiredToFlash>true</RequiredToFlash>
    </Partition>

    <!-- Bootloaders -->
    <Partition>
      <Name>SBL1</Name>
      <TotalSectors>3000</TotalSectors>
      <!-- Qualcomm defined for SBL1 -->
      <Type>{DEA0BA2C-CBDD-4805-B4F9-F428251C3E98}</Type>
      <Bootable>true</Bootable>
      <RequiredToFlash>true</RequiredToFlash>
    </Partition>
    <Partition>
      <Name>SBL2</Name>
      <TotalSectors>3000</TotalSectors>
      <Type>{8C6B52AD-8A9E-4398-AD09-AE916E53AE2D}</Type>
      <RequiredToFlash>true</RequiredToFlash>
    </Partition>
    <Partition>
      <Name>SBL3</Name>
      <TotalSectors>4096</TotalSectors>
      <Type>{05E044DF-92F1-4325-B69E-374A82E97D6E}</Type>
      <RequiredToFlash>true</RequiredToFlash>
    </Partition>
    <Partition>
      <Name>UEFI</Name>
      <TotalSectors>5000</TotalSectors>
      <Type>{400FFDCD-22E0-47E7-9A23-F16ED9382388}</Type>
      <RequiredToFlash>true</RequiredToFlash>
    </Partition>
    <Partition>
    <Name>RPM</Name>
      <TotalSectors>1000</TotalSectors>
      <Type>{098DF793-D712-413D-9D4E-89D711772228}</Type>
      <RequiredToFlash>true</RequiredToFlash>
    </Partition>
    <Partition>
      <Name>TZ</Name>
      <TotalSectors>1000</TotalSectors>
      <Type>{A053AA7F-40B8-4B1C-BA08-2F68AC71A4F4}</Type>
      <RequiredToFlash>true</RequiredToFlash>
    </Partition>

    <!-- fTPM Application -->
    <Partition>
      <Name>WINSECAPP</Name>
      <TotalSectors>1024</TotalSectors>
      <Type>{69B4201F-A5AD-45EB-9F49-45B38CCDAEF5}</Type>
      <RequiredToFlash>true</RequiredToFlash>
    </Partition>

    <!-- Bootloaders Backup Section (Sizes must match) -->
    <Partition>
      <Name>BACKUP_SBL1</Name>
      <TotalSectors>3000</TotalSectors>
      <!-- Qualcomm defined for SBL1 -->
      <Type>{A3381699-350C-465E-BD5D-FA3AB901A39A}</Type>
      <Bootable>true</Bootable>
      <RequiredToFlash>true</RequiredToFlash>
    </Partition>
    <Partition>
      <Name>BACKUP_SBL2</Name>
      <TotalSectors>3000</TotalSectors>
      <Type>{A3381699-350C-465E-BD5D-FA3AB901A39A}</Type>
      <RequiredToFlash>true</RequiredToFlash>
    </Partition>
    <Partition>
      <Name>BACKUP_SBL3</Name>
      <TotalSectors>4096</TotalSectors>
      <Type>{A3381699-350C-465E-BD5D-FA3AB901A39A}</Type>
      <RequiredToFlash>true</RequiredToFlash>
    </Partition>
    <Partition>
      <Name>BACKUP_UEFI</Name>
      <TotalSectors>5000</TotalSectors>
      <Type>{A3381699-350C-465E-BD5D-FA3AB901A39A}</Type>
      <RequiredToFlash>true</RequiredToFlash>
    </Partition>
    <Partition>
   <Name>BACKUP_RPM</Name>
      <TotalSectors>1000</TotalSectors>
      <Type>{A3381699-350C-465E-BD5D-FA3AB901A39A}</Type>
      <RequiredToFlash>true</RequiredToFlash>
    </Partition>
    <Partition>
      <Name>BACKUP_TZ</Name>
      <TotalSectors>1000</TotalSectors>
      <Type>{A3381699-350C-465E-BD5D-FA3AB901A39A}</Type>
      <RequiredToFlash>true</RequiredToFlash>
    </Partition>

    <!-- fTPM Application Backup Section (Sizes must match) -->
    <Partition>
      <Name>BACKUP_WINSECAPP</Name>
      <TotalSectors>1024</TotalSectors>
      <Type>{A3381699-350C-465E-BD5D-FA3AB901A39A}</Type>
      <RequiredToFlash>true</RequiredToFlash>
    </Partition>


    <!-- UEFI Variable Services Partitions - Read-Only -->
    <Partition>
      <Name>UEFI_BS_NV</Name>
      <TotalSectors>512</TotalSectors>
      <Type>{F0B4F48B-AEBA-4ECF-9142-5DC30CDC3E77}</Type>
      <RequiredToFlash>true</RequiredToFlash>
    </Partition>
    <Partition>
      <Name>UEFI_NV</Name>
      <TotalSectors>512</TotalSectors>
      <Type>{74DA3EE7-D422-487C-A573-CE03C261362F}</Type>
      <RequiredToFlash>true</RequiredToFlash>
    </Partition>
  
    <!-- ACPI table storage -->
    <Partition>
      <Name>PLAT</Name>
      <TotalSectors>16384</TotalSectors>
      <FileSystem>FAT</FileSystem>
      <Type>{543C031A-4CB6-4897-BFFE-4B485768A8AD}</Type>
      <RequiredToFlash>true</RequiredToFlash>
    </Partition>

    <!-- EFI System Partition (LAST READ-ONLY) --> 
    <Partition>
      <Name>EFIESP</Name>
      <FileSystem>FAT</FileSystem>
      <TotalSectors>131072</TotalSectors>
      <ByteAlignment>0x4000000</ByteAlignment>
      <Type>{ebd0a0a2-b9e5-4433-87c0-68b6b72699c7}</Type>
      <RequiredToFlash>true</RequiredToFlash>
    </Partition>

    <!-- READ-ONLY SECTION END -->

    <!-- START QUALCOMM 8960 SPECIFIC READ-WRITE PARTITIONS -->

    <!-- Modem live file systems -->
    <Partition>
      <Name>MODEM_FS1</Name>
      <TotalSectors>6144</TotalSectors>
      <Type>{EBBEADAF-22C9-E33B-8F5D-0E81686A68CB}</Type>
      <RequiredToFlash>true</RequiredToFlash>
      <ByteAlignment>0x4000000</ByteAlignment>
    </Partition>
    <Partition>
      <Name>MODEM_FS2</Name>
      <TotalSectors>6144</TotalSectors>
      <Type>{0A288B1F-22C9-E33B-8F5D-0E81686A68CB}</Type>
      <RequiredToFlash>true</RequiredToFlash>
    </Partition>

    <!-- UEFI Variable Services Partitions - Read-Write -->
    <Partition>
      <Name>UEFI_RT_NV</Name>
      <TotalSectors>512</TotalSectors>
      <Type>{6BB94537-7D1C-44D0-9DFE-6D77C011DBFC}</Type>
      <RequiredToFlash>true</RequiredToFlash>
    </Partition>
    <Partition>
      <Name>UEFI_RT_NV_RPMB</Name>
      <TotalSectors>256</TotalSectors>
      <Type>{E35F99CF-0025-4252-A608-CAAA1289CAF4}</Type>
      <RequiredToFlash>true</RequiredToFlash>
    </Partition>

   <!-- END QUALCOMM 8960 SPECIFIC READ-WRITE PARTITIONS -->

   <!-- START MICROSOFT READ-WRITE PARTITIONS -->
    <Partition>
      <Name>MMOS</Name>
      <FileSystem>FAT</FileSystem>
      <MinFreeSectors>8192</MinFreeSectors>
      <Type>{ebd0a0a2-b9e5-4433-87c0-68b6b72699c7}</Type>
    </Partition>

   <Partition>
      <Name>MainOS</Name>
      <!-- PARTITION_BASIC_DATA_GUID -->
      <Type>{ebd0a0a2-b9e5-4433-87c0-68b6b72699c7}</Type>
      <!-- Accounts for 400MB free sectors and 256MB page file as defined in registry by package src\baseos\prod\packages\arm\armmemory -->
      <MinFreeSectors>1343488</MinFreeSectors>
      <ByteAlignment>0x800000</ByteAlignment>
      <ClusterSize>0x4000</ClusterSize>
      <FileSystem>NTFS</FileSystem>
      <AttachDriveLetter>false</AttachDriveLetter>
    </Partition>
    <Partition>
      <Name>Data</Name>
      <!-- PARTITION_BASIC_DATA_GUID -->
      <Type>{ebd0a0a2-b9e5-4433-87c0-68b6b72699c7}</Type>
      <UseAllSpace>true</UseAllSpace>
      <ByteAlignment>0x800000</ByteAlignment>
      <ClusterSize>0x4000</ClusterSize>
      <FileSystem>NTFS</FileSystem>
    </Partition>
  </Partitions>
  <!-- END MICROSOFT READ-WRITE PARTITIONS -->

  <SectorSize>512</SectorSize>
  <ChunkSize>128</ChunkSize>
  <DefaultPartitionByteAlignment>0x200000</DefaultPartitionByteAlignment>
</DeviceLayout>
 
 
22nd April 2013, 11:09 AM |#2  
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nice !

How have you got this dump ? From an FFU file ?
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