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no1iulyk

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In fact you don't need to run as root if your user can read the sourcedir and write in the targetdir (config.ini)
tested: (set rw user permissions recursive to cwd)
Step 4 of 4 - Mounting ready raw firmware into '_mountpoint/' folder
mount: only root can use "--options" option

mountpoint is empty now. adding sudo before mount command fixes this but needs root for every change there

ubuntu 20.04.3 lts x64
 

Pauloverissimo76

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Boa tarde.
Tenho o TS7, nao consigo entrar no modo programador porque nao tenho o código de desbloqueio. Alguem me pode ajudar?
Obrigado
 

dro1dy

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This will allow you to have root privileges in original firmware, but read VERY CAREFULLY as this method int NOT SAFE at all
At least for me it do the trick as I expected


What makes this technique unsafe? Is it not possible to install a superuser apk like back in the old days of cyanogen mod?
 

localos

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dro1dy

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No, because the su binary works as a daemon allowing all process tu have root privileges, the superuser.apk will not ask to allow/deny, as everything is by default allowed !


Thanks! I understand running as a daemon but assumed that the `su` binary had some built in ALLOW/DENY? logic (like /etc/sudoers) but apparently this is not the case on android. :(

I have much more to read, but i was able to find some documentation about how superuser.apk worked:



It looks like magisk has taken over, but it works quite a bit differently internally. this post is a few years old and might not be accurate anymore but is still probably a good foundation:



I have seen @mariodantas try to get magisk installed on the TS10 units but no success.
 

iceze

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Absolute beginner to this so some basic questions!

Where can I get the firmware for my unit? Ask the seller? Or can I extract from the HU (head unit)?

I have 360 cameras and PA(park assist) is this all stored on the firmware? There will be no issues after update?

Best way to backup existing apks? Do I need to do this? If not will I lose license keys like the post above?

I heard of issues with a bootloop as the units have different size/resolution screens and you need to configure this. With my own firmware, do I need to do this?

Do I need to do all the steps in your ordinal post or do I only need to get the firmware and do the 8th option if I mainly wanted root?

Safest method for updating? Do I need to backup ROM?

Any chance for a video or step by step guide? Lol
 

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    Hi fellows

    I'm a kind of newbie in the Android world, but I created a set of shell scripts to work with Topway TS10 Firmware:


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    TS10-Firmware-Workbench​

    Scripts intended to mount the Topway TS10 Firmware, make modifications and reassemble the firmware They can retrieve the firmware from specified location and after modification, they can put the firmware into another specified location

    Files:

    1-) config.ini = A file to setup parameters, paths for the original firmware and patched firmware, temp directory to work with firmware files and mount point to edit the firmware

    2-) import_original.sh = Retrieves the files .0 .1 .2 and .3 from the location specified in config.ini

    3-) import_patched.sh = Retrieves the same files that 'import_original.sh' but from the patched location specified in the config.ini (normally a firmware that you've already patched before)

    4-) unpack.sh = Unpack the imported firmware and create the mount moint (as specified in the config.ini file) to work with the firmware

    5-) repack.sh = Unmount the modified firmware from the mount point, delete the mount point, split the firmware in files .0 .1 .2 and .3 and move it to the patched directory as specified in config.ini

    6-) inject_tweaks.sh = Modify locale, dataroaming and remove (if necessary) the values in ro.fota.device to avoid message "UI unauthorized, please contact the supplier"

    7-) inject_mods.sh = This will copy all the contents of the '_mods' folder inside firmware. I.E. I put a 'gps_debug.cfg' inside 'system/etc/' and it will be injected into firmware overwritting the existent

    :cool: inject_su.sh = This will inject su binary into firmware as a daemon, this is dangerous as the firmware is permanently rooted and the apps don't ask for permissions (they already have the root access) USE AT YOUR OWN RISK

    9-) clean_local.sh = This script will unmount the firmware and delete it, it will also delete temporary files. as its name says, it cleans the dir !

    External (included) tools:

    tools/twt (Topwaytool) forked from https://github.com/mkotyk/topwaytool

    _mods folder containing a sample file 'gps_debug.cfg'

    N'joy it !


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    Run as root

    only a53***** files needed !
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    Yes, that's right, I forgot about mount command, so you have to run it as root anyway