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[Q] Panasonic Lumix DMC-CM1 Unlock/Root issue

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leiste

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Mar 31, 2016
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Ok, so I recently got my phone back after it was stuck in a bootloop.

I'm now having the same issue that I had before. SuperSu Me gets stuck at processing right at the beginning. For some reason nobody else trying to root their DMC-CM1 seems to have that problem.
Are there any steps that I'm missing? I can't seem to find anything that I'm doing wrong?

Is there a way to manually replace KingRoot with SuperSu?
Right now I'm using the latest version of KingRoot and SuperSu Me. I'm wary of trying older versions since that was what got me stuck in a bootloop the last time around.
Rooting with KingRoot seems to work like a charm. Never had a single failed attempt there. It's only SuperSu Me that fails every single time.

Someone here mentioned a "proper procedure" for doing this however I can't any "proper procedures". Even the developer himself says that you can simply install Supersu me and run it anytime you want

EDIT: Ok. After reading up on this whole thing a bit. Has anyone ever succesfully installed XPosed on their DMC-CM1?

EDIT 2: Alright, so after hours of clicking buttons like a mad script kiddie I got SuperSu working, including XPosed. I seem to be the only one but in case SuperSu Me doesn't work for someone else:
www_thedroidway_com/how-to-replace-kinguser-with-supersu-app/ this guide finally did the trick for me.
XPosed was succesfully installed with Flashfire. Right now I have only the XPrivacy module running. But so far haven't bricked my phone
 
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sleepeeg3

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52
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For those whose CM1 were rooted and were in boot-loop but still can get connected to CM1 with ADB. I suggest you may try the following before you send your phone back to Panasonic.

1. Download the latest firmware update from Panasonic http://av.jpn.support.panasonic.com/support/global/cs/dsc/download/CM1/index1.html
2. Rename the XXXXXX.DAT file to update.zip. (I have done it and I can confirm the update file is a zip file)
3. Copy the update.zip to your ADB directory.
4. Connect your PC to CM1 by "adb devices"
5. Run "adb reboot recovery" and wait for it to reboot into recovery mode
6. Run adb sideload update.zip
7. Wait until you see "sending: 'sideload' 100%" (on your PC)
Wait and see if my guess is correct and if you're lucky enough. ;)
Nice try. Does not work. Gives error "cannont read update.zip"
 

sonick0n3

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Aug 10, 2016
6
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cant acces my phone screen locked

any new infos how to root or factory reset the DMC-CM1 ?
i searching now for some weeks to solve the problem but i cant make a factory reset or Hard Reset.. anyone know how it works or how i can get in the Menu for that? Volume + and Volume - and Power somehow dont work..
i really need the phone working i i want to go holidays soon and want to take it with me for photos

i also dont know how to Connect my phone to my PC with adb devices
cause it if i connect the phone to my PC it dont show up in Windows Device Manager as a Android Device

thank you very much for any help

---------- Post added at 11:26 PM ---------- Previous post was at 10:32 PM ----------

i also found this in the Manual

When the battery is replaced, your personal information will be deleted and settings will return to their
default settings. We recommend that you take a backup copy of important information

but how the remove the Battery.. there is no information at all :(
 
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sonick0n3

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Aug 10, 2016
6
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Lumix DMC CM 1

guys i really need some help my holidays starting Monday we want to fly in holidays.. i cant acces my phone cause i created a pin but if i enter the pin it is wrong.. is there anyone who can help me? tell me how to Factory reset the phone i called 5 Panasonic numbers.. they always want me to send the phone to them for repair and i even dont have the time for sending it in and also not the money i dont have waranty anymore

thank you very much for any information how to Factory reset :(
 

sonick0n3

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Aug 10, 2016
6
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ADB Device

USB Debugging is off and display is locked

but i just made it happen to connect the phone to my PC via Android ADB Interface
with a special Key Combi i just want to share this maybe it can help someone.

the phone got a LED if you connect a USB cable the led is orange.

Hold Power Botton about 10 seconds or so until the phone is OFF

then first Press Camera Botton and thenVolume Botton-up and at least! Power Botton. and Hold maybe 2 Seconds. and while holding Connect the USB cable from PC! to your Phone and the LED is Green for 1 Second! at this time you must release the Keys Combination and the green light still green and then it is connected as a Android ADB Device. if someone want it i can make a video of it. how to press the keys and make the LED green

but i dont know how to Factory reset now :(
ADB says Device not Found
sorry for bad english
 
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davidsmit

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Nov 19, 2010
76
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Google Pixel 5
My positive experience so far. Bought this flopped awesomeness second hand and found I could not live without Xposed (and general DPI of 340).

Installed Kingroot, rooted succesfully
Bought and installed SuperSume, supersued me succesfully.
Installed Xposed alpha apk + modules App Settings, GravityBox, NoSafeVolumeWarning
Installed Flashfire, flashed Xposed zip
Rebooted, fearful of bootloop, saw the LUMIX logo appear and disappear, again and again, again and again, then "Android is upgrading" and after some patience BOOM: it works.

Configured App Settings to set camera on DPI 480 and it is useable again!
 
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ameanie

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My positive experience so far. Bought this flopped awesomeness second hand and found I could not live without Xposed (and general DPI of 340).

Installed Kingroot, rooted succesfully
Bought and installed SuperSume, supersued me succesfully.
Installed Xposed alpha apk + modules App Settings, GravityBox, NoSafeVolumeWarning
Installed Flashfire, flashed Xposed zip
Rebooted, fearful of bootloop, saw the LUMIX logo appear and disappear, again and again, again and again, then "Android is upgrading" and after some patience BOOM: it works.

Configured App Settings to set camera on DPI 480 and it is useable again!


Great to know! though I figure we'll never see an updated version of Android working on the device...I might go this route if you have no issues to at least get some root-only apps/keyboard. Plus, I hate the screen DPI and have been using the Nova(?) home thing as a fix...
 

davidsmit

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Nov 19, 2010
76
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Google Pixel 5
Great to know! though I figure we'll never see an updated version of Android working on the device...I might go this route if you have no issues to at least get some root-only apps/keyboard. Plus, I hate the screen DPI and have been using the Nova(?) home thing as a fix...

I have had no issues running this setup so far. And I am running Xposed with a number of modules (Amplify, App Settings, Gravitybox, etc), Adaway (via F-droid). I even encrypted the phone, which has inccreased boot time significantly (as expected) but further operation is actually quite good.

Coming from a Note 4 I was very afraid this was going to be an unusable device but it seems that the rocky start had more to do with the very poor screen protector the previous owner had put on than with the device itself. The only thing I changed is to increase the dpi slightly because I felt the device was smoother when running at 400 dpi.
But today I have changed back to 300 dpi (stock is 480 dpi) for the wm density and then set applications individually through App Settings. I will check back to inform you of my experience.
 
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DACATA

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Isla de Muerte
Android v5 is out...On which version are you running?

Sent from my ONE A2003 using XDA-Developers mobile app

---------- Post added at 09:11 AM ---------- Previous post was at 09:10 AM ----------

I'm going to buy that phone ..

Sent from my ONE A2003 using XDA-Developers mobile app

---------- Post added at 09:12 AM ---------- Previous post was at 09:11 AM ----------

http://av.jpn.support.panasonic.com/support/global/cs/dsc/download/CM1/cm1_2.html

Sent from my ONE A2003 using XDA-Developers mobile app
 

johndelc18

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Feb 6, 2017
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means... we have marshmallow runnig in panasonic cm1?
no?
yes?
someone post some directions please =(
 
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sonick0n3

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Aug 10, 2016
6
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I must tell you the cruel but true thing, you're NOT in recovery mode. CM1 has a recovery mode like the other Android phone. If you really get into it, you will boot to a familiar recovery screen which has the choices to wipe and factory reset.

I do get there when my phone was in boot-loop by entering ADB command "adb reboot recovery". Of course you need to have the USB debug enabled in CM1 and the PC you used has been authorized once before. However, I was stupid enough :silly: to select "Factory Reset" in recovery mode to try to solve the boot-loop problem. But the boot-loop problem was not solved and the USB debug was gone too. I can't get into recovery mode any more and I have to send my phone back to Panasonic.

As no one find the fastboot or download mode for CM1, the update must be done by something else.I suspect CM1 uses ADB sideload to install the update.

For those whose CM1 were rooted and were in boot-loop but still can get connected to CM1 with ADB. I suggest you may try the following before you send your phone back to Panasonic.

1. Download the latest firmware update from Panasonic http://av.jpn.support.panasonic.com/support/global/cs/dsc/download/CM1/index1.html
2. Rename the XXXXXX.DAT file to update.zip. (I have done it and I can confirm the update file is a zip file)
3. Copy the update.zip to your ADB directory.
4. Connect your PC to CM1 by "adb devices"
5. Run "adb reboot recovery" and wait for it to reboot into recovery mode
6. Run adb sideload update.zip
7. Wait until you see "sending: 'sideload' 100%" (on your PC)
Wait and see if my guess is correct and if you're lucky enough. ;)

I take no responsibility for bricking your phone, anyway, your phone is already bricked. So doing what I said won't do any more harm to your phone.

i found the fastboot mode just read my text..
i have the same problem for about 7 months now! i cant acces my phone i dont have the pin anymore and USB Debugging is off.



hello
i searched the whole internet but there are not much informations about this Phone so i thought i make a new Thread
about the panasonic DCM-CM1 Factory Reset.

please write here any informations and experience you have about the Panasonic DMC-CM1
i never saw someone on youtube google or any other side or anyone who can tell me how to do a Factory Reset with this phone
today i called 5 Panasonic service numbers but noone can help, i also called about 10 Phone Service points for repair no one can help.
i tryed so much with this phone and i finaly found that the CM1 have a Secret key combination to connect it with USB as a Android ADB Interface without having acces to the phone cause it is screen locked.

1 .Turn Phone off
2. press Camera + Volume-up + Power ( Hold )
3. while Holding connect USB. (Hold)
4 .the LED should go green for maybe 2 seconds release all bottons while the led is green before it turns off and then the LED must still green.
then windows found a Android ADB Interface
if im in android SDK Tools the phone will be found in fastboot!
if i type Fastboot Devices
it is shown in the device list. with a number. but if i type ADB Devices then there is nothing.

the other thing i know is how to start in Save mode.
but this is nothing to help with a lost pin.. it only starts the phone without apps that have been installed by the user.
maybe for deinstalling a app or a buggy app.. dont know..
start phone at the screen for the pin or at the home menu..press the power botton hold for 2-4 seconds or so it ask for Shut down Restart and so.. just press and hold Shut down. and then it ask you if you want to start in Save mode. then press yes.

2 weeks ago i wanted to make a Screen lock with a pin for more secure.. i cant remeber the pin anymore thats why i want to make a Factory reset i think im not the only one. so any information would be nice
if there is someone who made Factory Reset with this phone or was able to start in fast boot or anything.. please share the infos with us!

thank you.
 
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mhnajjar

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I have been keeping my phone in the box. I tried to use it this month and all the sudden it is suffering from the boot-loop syndrome! I tried all kind of ways to get into the recovery mode without any luck :(
 

l1o22u333

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wait for me

I am doing reverse-engining for the bootloader(little kernel) of my CM1 when i am free...
hope i can find some useful inf that can help CM1 user
 
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    Great to know! though I figure we'll never see an updated version of Android working on the device...I might go this route if you have no issues to at least get some root-only apps/keyboard. Plus, I hate the screen DPI and have been using the Nova(?) home thing as a fix...

    I have had no issues running this setup so far. And I am running Xposed with a number of modules (Amplify, App Settings, Gravitybox, etc), Adaway (via F-droid). I even encrypted the phone, which has inccreased boot time significantly (as expected) but further operation is actually quite good.

    Coming from a Note 4 I was very afraid this was going to be an unusable device but it seems that the rocky start had more to do with the very poor screen protector the previous owner had put on than with the device itself. The only thing I changed is to increase the dpi slightly because I felt the device was smoother when running at 400 dpi.
    But today I have changed back to 300 dpi (stock is 480 dpi) for the wm density and then set applications individually through App Settings. I will check back to inform you of my experience.
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    My positive experience so far. Bought this flopped awesomeness second hand and found I could not live without Xposed (and general DPI of 340).

    Installed Kingroot, rooted succesfully
    Bought and installed SuperSume, supersued me succesfully.
    Installed Xposed alpha apk + modules App Settings, GravityBox, NoSafeVolumeWarning
    Installed Flashfire, flashed Xposed zip
    Rebooted, fearful of bootloop, saw the LUMIX logo appear and disappear, again and again, again and again, then "Android is upgrading" and after some patience BOOM: it works.

    Configured App Settings to set camera on DPI 480 and it is useable again!
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    I have a brand new Panasonic Lumix DMC-CM1 smart camera/phone. It runs on 4.4.4. I've been through the wringer trying to unlock/root it, but the farthest I can take it is rebooting it to recovery through adb. No reboot-bootloader. I have managed to get a safe mode, but I'm not sure what that means. It looks like it simply doesn't even have a bootloader (if that's possible). Maybe I'm overlooking something really simple, but in any case, I've exhausted my knowledge on it. I'm providing 2 different things as sources here, so mabe someone wiser than me can crack this. My getprop, which will be listed below, and this link to the latest software/firmware update. I was trying to see if I could add in the root/SU to the zip itself before I flash the update. Also, I still have a gut feeling that this is possbile, just really difficult. Anyway, the getprop:

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    1
    The problem is getting access to the bootloader. I'm not even sure how the partitions work yet, so it's still too early in the game. I'm going to have to see what changes need to be made to it in order to obtain root. Rest assured, I'm on it though.
    1
    To sum up (in order to keep it documented even here):
    While having root, you could try to install FlashFire (if you haven't already), one of Chainfire's amazing tools.
    Download the .dat-file to your phone and start to flash it with FlashFire. This will most certainly fail, but instead of simply rebooting upon failure, FlashFire should swiftly show you an error-message about some file not being in original state. Either you try to catch this message -- or you take a look at FlashFire's log after the reboot. It should be available in Internal memory > FlashFire > lastlog. Hunt down the altered file and fix the problem. For instance:
    • there might be different versions of the file, one of which ending in .orig. Simply replace the offending file with the .orig-file and retry the flashing.
    • If that's not the case, download the update file (.dat) for the version you are currently running on your device directly from Panasonic (i.e. not the update you are trying to install -- but the update which brought you to your current version). Rename the .dat-file, to .zip, extract it and try to locate the missing file. Copy it over to your CM1 and try flashing again (thanks JPCoetzee for that tip!)