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By Olipro, Retired Recognized Developer on 29th October 2007, 01:26 AM
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OK guys, here it is... Hard-SPL for all of you that want to **** around with your devices a little bit more than everyone else.

It's 2.60 and has an unrestricted rbmc as well as allowing you to lnb files and once again access the AT interpreter/Bootloader via rtask, although I should point out that the command for the AT interpreter is now "rtask 7" - "rtask b" performs a security check that wastes time... I put this in for completeness more than anything to have a similarity to the newer MFG bootloaders.

and yes... I can count, I know I've gone from V7 to V9, but there was a previous build I made internally.

and finally... when it flashes, it will go to 100% then your device will restart; the RUU will throw an error but just click the exit button, all is well.

This bootloader will also allow you to overwrite it... but this requires especially modifying the NBH to do so... otherwise it's just skipped

Code:
CURRENT FEATURES
-SuperCID
-no file signing required
-no password required to authenticate with bootloader
-bad NAND can be recovered with "task 2a"
-bad NAND can be recovered by flashing an OS
-SPL protected from all HTC retail SPLs being flashed by accident (to bypass, use SSPL)
-IPL protected from all flashes; protection against bogus NBH's
-bad NAND can again be checked for with "info 8"
-version displays 2.60.Olipro
-no longer tries to read bad NAND - should fix whitescreen issue
-lnbs command converted to lnb
-rtask command ported back; "rtask 7" replaces "rtask b"
-can be overwritten with a special NBH

ChangeLog

Hard-SPL-2.60
-ported rtask back into the bootloader
-special NBH can be made to overwrite SPL
-lnbs now converted to lnb
-special credits in info 7 command :)

Hard-SPL-2.30
-Unlocked RBMC command; internal release only

Hard-SPL-2.10
-based on a newer SPL base; bugfixes.
-IPL flashing disabled to prevent bogus NBHs bricking your device.

Hard-SPL-1.40
-repairs a bug that affected SPL being replaced by retail ones.

Hard-SPL-1.35
-addresses an issue for those with Real Bad Blocks to prevent whitescreens.

Hard-SPL-1.30
- removed password for wdata commands and rbmc etc.
- activated "task 2a" to allow recovering bad blocks as well as flashing valid OS.
- Disabled SPL flashing; this SPL protects you from writing over it by accident.
- Bad Blocks "info 8" command works now allowing you to check for bad blocks.

Hard-SPL-1.13
- Patched NAND check; bad NAND ignored, valid OS can be flashed to recover bad blocks.

Hard-SPL-1.11
- Flashing Radio BL 0108 now supported
- Downgrading SPL no longer allowed.
- rtask command removed.
- new RUU interface required to flash ROM files.

Hard-SPL-1.10
-Initial release; SuperCID and no signing required
-Compatible only with Radio BL 0107
-has rtask commands for accessing radio facilities.
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29th October 2007, 03:02 AM |#2  
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2-3 times I try to flash, but without success. Always have a error 262 or 260 and progress bar stay on 0%....After 20 min I tried again and some thinks happened very fast that I can't explain, but latter I see ipl 1.10 olines, or similar, and see spl 2.60. After soft reset I see my "old" spl 2.30Olipro. One more time I start and now is ok. IPL -1.03 SPL-2.60.Olipro
10x Oli.
29th October 2007, 06:39 AM |#3  
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Great works
29th October 2007, 06:42 AM |#4  
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well... I was pretty chuffed myself
29th October 2007, 06:46 AM |#5  
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Great one buddy!

太棒了。
29th October 2007, 07:10 AM |#6  
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Good job,thanks
29th October 2007, 07:22 AM |#7  
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Question Necessity to replace v7 with v9?
Hi Olipro,

Congratulations on the new version of Hard-SPL.
One quick question though, is it advisable to replace the v7 with this new v9 on our phones at present?
I mean is the level of protection more or less the same for the average person who does not want to piss around with phone flashing as much as the pro's do.

Regards.
29th October 2007, 02:06 PM |#8  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Trezona

Hi Olipro,

Congratulations on the new version of Hard-SPL.
One quick question though, is it advisable to replace the v7 with this new v9 on our phones at present?
I mean is the level of protection more or less the same for the average person who does not want to piss around with phone flashing as much as the pro's do.

Regards.

why don't you read the feature list and figure it out for yourself
29th October 2007, 03:15 PM |#9  
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Originally Posted by Olipro

OK guys, here it is... Hard-SPL for all of you that want to **** around with your devices a little bit more than everyone else.

It's 2.60 and has an unrestricted rbmc as well as allowing you to lnb files and once again access the AT interpreter/Bootloader via rtask, although I should point out that the command for the AT interpreter is now "rtask 7" - "rtask b" performs a security check that wastes time... I put this in for completeness more than anything to have a similarity to the newer MFG bootloaders.

and yes... I can count, I know I've gone from V7 to V9, but there was a previous build I made internally.

and finally... when it flashes, it will go to 100% then your device will restart; the RUU will throw an error but just click the exit button, all is well.

This bootloader will also allow you to overwrite it... but this requires especially modifying the NBH to do so... otherwise it's just skipped

Code:
CURRENT FEATURES
-SuperCID
-no file signing required
-no password required to authenticate with bootloader
-bad NAND can be recovered with "task 2a"
-bad NAND can be recovered by flashing an OS
-SPL protected from all HTC retail SPLs being flashed by accident (to bypass, use SSPL)
-IPL protected from all flashes; protection against bogus NBH's
-bad NAND can again be checked for with "info 8"
-version displays 2.60.Olipro
-no longer tries to read bad NAND - should fix whitescreen issue
-lnbs command converted to lnb
-rtask command ported back; "rtask 7" replaces "rtask b"
-can be overwritten with a special NBH

ChangeLog

Hard-SPL-2.60
-ported rtask back into the bootloader
-special NBH can be made to overwrite SPL
-lnbs now converted to lnb
-special credits in info 7 command :)

Hard-SPL-2.30
-Unlocked RBMC command; internal release only

Hard-SPL-2.10
-based on a newer SPL base; bugfixes.
-IPL flashing disabled to prevent bogus NBHs bricking your device.

Hard-SPL-1.40
-repairs a bug that affected SPL being replaced by retail ones.

Hard-SPL-1.35
-addresses an issue for those with Real Bad Blocks to prevent whitescreens.

Hard-SPL-1.30
- removed password for wdata commands and rbmc etc.
- activated "task 2a" to allow recovering bad blocks as well as flashing valid OS.
- Disabled SPL flashing; this SPL protects you from writing over it by accident.
- Bad Blocks "info 8" command works now allowing you to check for bad blocks.

Hard-SPL-1.13
- Patched NAND check; bad NAND ignored, valid OS can be flashed to recover bad blocks.

Hard-SPL-1.11
- Flashing Radio BL 0108 now supported
- Downgrading SPL no longer allowed.
- rtask command removed.
- new RUU interface required to flash ROM files.

Hard-SPL-1.10
-Initial release; SuperCID and no signing required
-Compatible only with Radio BL 0107
-has rtask commands for accessing radio facilities.

I stuck in Tri-Color Screen, how can restore !?
Please help
29th October 2007, 03:24 PM |#10  
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Originally Posted by cm1437

I stuck in Tri-Color Screen, how can restore !?
Please help

Kill yourself.
29th October 2007, 03:30 PM |#11  
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Dear Oilpro,
I mean during flashing 2.60, it shown error msg,
then i try to recovery, but it can't.

Now i reboot it, it stuck in Tri-Color Screen,
What can i do!?

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