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Dash3G (Maple): SSPL, HardSPL and original SPL by JockyW

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By jockyw2001, Inactive Recognized Developer on 21st August 2009, 05:46 AM
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Attached you find all you need to flash cooked ROMs on your Dash3G (Maple).

The sspl/hardspl are confirmed to work fine on the HTC Maple platform (Dash3G, SNAP S520, SNAP S521). Any phone that says MAPL1XX under the battery should work just fine with the sspl and hardspl. This has been tested by oOkBa yesterday night. His cooked roms flash extremely fast and he noticed no problems except for the splash screens. Apparently HTC changed the format slightly. Should be easy to tackle and has nothing to do with the sspl/hardspl.

Now for the bad news ... It will not work on the HTC Cedar platform (GSM/CDMA, HTC Ozone XV6175, Verizon). Running the sspl on an Ozone will definitely brick it. Also the HTC Willow platform (SNAP S511, Sprint) is not supported. Please see this post for more info and how you can help.

There are 2 packages both contain a SSPL, HardSPL, patched ROM updater and the original Maple SPL. The first package is based on SPL 1.17 (tested by oOkBa) and the second is based on SPL 1.19 (tested by Gawain1986)

Instructions:
1. remove SD and SIM cards (don't forget otherwise the sspl is likely not to work!!)
2. connect your device to your pc with a USB cable and wait until it is synced
3. extract the file "Dash3G HardSPL by JockyW.zip" and execute "auto.bat"
4. follow all instructions given on screen: first the sspl is copied to the device and executed. You must confirm running JumpSPL on the device: first time you must click Yes to allow it to run, you also must click the trackball to continue execution of JumpSPL. The device display will turn dark and after that the romupdate tool will install the hardspl on your device. (the identification string in the tri-color bootloader screen is "1.17.hard")
5. if you have difficulties to install 1.17 then try 1.19
6. to test the sspl and the hardspl you can flash the attached splash.nbh

Once the HardSPL is installed on your device you can flash any Maple cooked or original ROM.

Have fun,
JockyW
Attached Files
File Type: zip Dash3G HardSPL by JockyW.zip - [Click for QR Code] (1.06 MB, 15440 views)
File Type: zip Dash3G HardSPL1.19 by JockyW.zip - [Click for QR Code] (1.07 MB, 14502 views)
File Type: zip good-splash.zip - [Click for QR Code] (8.5 KB, 5551 views)
 
 
21st August 2009, 06:40 AM |#2  
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Excellent work!! JockyW is the man! Please donate to a great cause! This now opens the door to amazing possibilities! Thank you thank you!!
21st August 2009, 06:58 AM |#3  
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Excellent work!! JockyW is the man! Please donate to a great cause! This now opens the door to amazing possibilities! Thank you thank you!!

couldnt of said it better myself..
21st August 2009, 08:37 AM |#4  
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oo..

my Snap 526 is MAPL110..

should i gib it a shot?

but i need a plan b in case something goes wrong.. any idea how to hard reset the snap with the scrollball?
21st August 2009, 08:53 AM |#5  
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I have the same mapple, ithink it's ok.
before running this file, do we have to dump the rom? and do we have to use the spl backup kit berfore?

(sorry for all these questions)
21st August 2009, 08:58 AM |#6  
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First of all, there's really no need to run this yet until there are custom ROMS to flash. If you want to simply test or prep, go for it. I can confirm it works in a MAPL100 so I don't see why any other device with MAPL1XX should be an issue. I will build some factory ROMS as well as some custom cooks in the next days for you guys to play with and test.
21st August 2009, 09:22 AM |#7  
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see i dont think alot of the new people understand the process.

the spl does nothing more than ENABLE ur device for a rom, thats it!
nothing fantastic, its not a completely diff o.s. on ur device..just preps it for whats to come.

what happend with my device today was a fluke!
i was testing and working at the same time..i could have missed a step, one of my work programs on my laptop could have set something off..i dunno.

Bricking usually isnt a part of getting a SPL for a device..just ALOT of testing. SO now is the another part of the process..the waiting process. Waiting for a rom cooker to successfully establish something, test it, and release it.

in this game..u need patience.
21st August 2009, 09:26 AM |#8  
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So I;ve been trying this and it seems something is going wrong...

Ik run auto.bat, JumpSPL gets copied and started, the device screen goes black, and when I reconnect the USB cable to get the "Smartphone Sync" driver working, my Windows 7 install tells me that there is something wrong with the USB device.

It will then refuse to use any driver I try to add to the device.

Any thoughts?

PS. It's a SNAP S521 (MAPL110)
EDIT: Windows XP x64 has the same problem.
21st August 2009, 09:31 AM |#9  
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Ik run auto.bat, JumpSPL gets copied and started, the device screen goes black, and when I reconnect the USB cable to get the "Smartphone Sync" driver working, my Windows 7 install tells me that there is something wrong with the USB device.

First, this has not yet been tested on Win7. Second, it should not be necessary to unplug and replug the cable. Try again and just wait a minute or so to allow Win7 to install the driver. Other thing you can do to make sure the driver is already installed is to put the phone in bootloader mode and connect it by usb cable.

ps: it is normal the display turns dark after running the sspl
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ok, i understand there are 3 steps. but I would like to know how to do the first one:
dumping my rom.
21st August 2009, 10:08 AM |#11  
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First I entered the bootload by holding the volume down button and turning the device on...

It said:

Code:
MAPL110
SPL-1.19.0000
MicroP-Maple (LED) v6
ENGID 0x2
PCBID 0x80
PanelInfo 15-0x2
I connected it to the computer and it recognised the Qualcomm phone immediately and settled on the HTC USB Sync driver.

Then I restarted the phone and connected it again, ran auto.bat... it ran SSPL again and I waited.

So after I tried waiting for 5 minutes, WIndows 7 did not see a new device, it stayed with it's normal RNDIS driver.

So I took the plunge and ran the RUU, which told me it could not connect to the phone.

I unplugged the phone and replugged it and it said there was an error regarding the USB device.

Can it be that because my SPL version is higher than the HardSPL or SSPL, that it's getting into conflict with itself?
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