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This page should collect all information that is available on the hardware of the Universal. As it is a closed device this will be a task that will be pieced together over time. Fortunately, it's come to our attention that the Universal shares hardware with the Motorola A780, for which the entire source code is available! http://sourceforge.net/projects/e680. hurrah!

Universal_Technical

The following links will need to be populated over time. If you found something place it on the relevant page:

Universal Memory Map

wince virtual physical description
0xa8000000-a8100000 0x44000000-44100000 PXA270 LCD
0xa8200000-a8300000 0x48000000-48100000 PXA270 memory controller
0xa8300000-a8400000 0x4c000000-4c100000 PXA270 USB host
0xa8400000-a8500000 0x58000000-58100000 PXA270 internal memory control
0xa8600000-a8700000 0x50000000-50100000 PXA270 CIF capture interface
0xa8700000-a8800000 0xa3f00000-a4000000 top 1MB SDRAM (pxafb starts at 0xa87aa000)
0xa8800000-a8900000 0x5c000000-5c100000 PXA270 Internal memory (256K) and pxafb continues here
0xa8f00000-a9000000 0xe0000000-e0100000 (exception on read)
0xa9000000-a9100000 0x16000000-16100000 Debug port (not used)
0xa9100000-a9200000 0x00000000-00100000 HTC_DiskOnChip, IPL
0xa9200000-a9300000 0x10000000-10100000 ASIC3 GPIO & misc
0xa9300000-a9400000 0x0c000000-0c100000 ASIC3 SDIO
0xaa100000-aa300000 0x15000000-15200000 (empty)
0xaa300000-aa400000 0x14000000-14100000 (empty)
0xab000000-ab100000 0x08000000-08100000 acx100
0xab100000-ab200000 0x0a000000-0a100000 CPLD egpio
0xac000000-ac100000 0x20000000-20100000 PCMCIA0 IO
0xac100000-ac200000 0x28000000-28100000 PCMCIA0 attrib
0xac200000-ad000000 0x2c000000-2ce00000 PCMCIA0 memory
0xad000000-ad100000 0x30000000-30100000 PCMCIA1 IO
0xad100000-ad200000 0x38000000-38100000 PCMCIA1 attrib
0xad200000-ae000000 0x3c000000-3ce00000 PCMCIA1 memory
0xae000000-b0000000 0x40000000-42000000 PXA270 peripherals
0xb0000000-b3f00000 0xa0000000-a3f00000 63MB SDRAM
0xb3f00000-b7f00000 0xa4000000-a8000000 (64MB SDRAM)
physical wince virtual description
0x00000000-00100000 0xa9100000-a9200000 HTC_DiskOnChip, IPL
0x08000000-08100000 0xab000000-ab100000 acx100
0x0a000000-0a100000 0xab100000-ab200000 CPLD egpio
0x0c000000-0c100000 0xa9300000-a9400000 ASIC3 SDIO
0x10000000-10100000 0xa9200000-a9300000 ASIC3 GPIO & misc
0x14000000-14100000 0xaa300000-aa400000 (empty)
0x15000000-15200000 0xaa100000-aa300000 (empty)
0x16000000-16100000 0xa9000000-a9100000 Debug port (not used)
0x20000000-20100000 0xac000000-ac100000 PCMCIA0 IO
0x28000000-28100000 0xac100000-ac200000 PCMCIA0 attrib
0x2c000000-2ce00000 0xac200000-ad000000 PCMCIA0 memory
0x30000000-30100000 0xad000000-ad100000 PCMCIA1 IO
0x38000000-38100000 0xad100000-ad200000 PCMCIA1 attrib
0x3c000000-3ce00000 0xad200000-ae000000 PCMCIA1 memory
0x40000000-42000000 0xae000000-b0000000 PXA270 peripherals
0x44000000-44100000 0xa8000000-a8100000 PXA270 LCD
0x48000000-48100000 0xa8200000-a8300000 PXA270 memory controller
0x4c000000-4c100000 0xa8300000-a8400000 PXA270 USB host
0x50000000-50100000 0xa8600000-a8700000 PXA270 CIF capture interface
0x58000000-58100000 0xa8400000-a8500000 PXA270 internal memory control
0x5c000000-5c100000 0xa8800000-a8900000 PXA270 Internal memory (256K) and pxafb continues here
0xa0000000-a3f00000 0xb0000000-b3f00000 63MB SDRAM
0xa3f00000-a4000000 0xa8700000-a8800000 top 1MB SDRAM (pxafb starts at 0xa87aa000)
0xa4000000-a8000000 0xb3f00000-b7f00000 (64MB SDRAM)
0xe0000000-e0100000 0xa8f00000-a9000000 (exception on read)

RAM layout

0xa0000000 -0xa0040000 bootloader
+0xa -0xa ohci usb comm.area
0xa0040000 -0xa0500000 kernel1
+0xa006f000 - kernel stack
0xa0540000 -0xa0600000 kernel2
0xa0800000 - page tables

PXA 27x ARM Processor

The PXA27x series are XScale/ARM9 compatable low power CPUs for mobile devices. They include a large number of built in peripherals to reduce the size and cost of handheld devices that use them.

Intel PXA27x Technical Documents http://developer.intel.com/design/pca/products/pxa27x/techdocs.htm

PXA Interupts

Bulverde CPU IRQ layout

IRQ Function
0 SSP3
1 BaseBand
2 Non-OHCI USB
3 OHCI USB
4 KeyPad
5 Memory Stick
6 I2C Power
7 OSMRXX_4 (M4 – M11)
8 GPIO0 (FPGA)
9 GPIO1 edge detect: Suspend/Resume
10 GPIOXX_2 (GPIO2 – GPIO??)
11 USBFN ("UDC" [Universal Digital Channel?])
12 PMU (Power Management Unit?)
13 I2S
14 AC97 Codec
15 SIM (SmartCard)
16 SSP2
17 Display
18 I2C
19 ICP
20 STUART
21 BTUART (and Camera?)
22 FFUART
23 MMC
24 SSP
25 DMA Controller
26 OSMR0 (M0? Scheduler)
27 OSMR1 (M1? Touch Timer – Draw)
28 OSMR2 (M2? Profiler)
29 OSMR3 (M3? Dynamic Voltage Management)
30 RTC Tick
31 RTC Alarm

OSMR = OS Timer Match Register

PXA General purpose IO

pin bit Description Input/Output IRQ ALT Sleep Init I,S,N
GPIO 0 00000001 power button I1 REFE 0, 0, 0
GPIO 1 00000002 reset button I1 1 0, 0, 0
GPIO 2 00000004 reserved - 1 0, 0, 0
GPIO 3 00000008 O1 0, 0, 0
GPIO 4 00000010 O1 0, 0, 0
GPIO 5 00000020 reserved - 0, 0, 0
GPIO 6 00000040 reserved - 0, 0, 0
GPIO 7 00000080 reserved - 0, 0, 0
GPIO 8 00000100 reserved - 0, 0, 0
GPIO 9 00000200 USB connect/disconnect I0 REFE 0, 0, 0
GPIO 10 00000400 AC power(on USB) connect/disconnect I0 REFE 0, 0, 0
GPIO 11 00000800 O0 0, 0, 0
GPIO 12 00001000 /CIF_DD7 O/I1 /2 0, 0, 0
GPIO 13 00002000 ASIC3 SDIO irq I1 FE 0, 0, 0
GPIO 14 00004000 ASIC3 GPIO irq I0 RE 0, 0, 0
GPIO 15 00008000 #CS1 O1 2 1 1, 1, 1
GPIO 16 00010000 O0 0, 0, 0
GPIO 17 00020000 /CIF_DD6 O/I1 /2 0, 0, 0
GPIO 18 00040000 RDY I1 1 0, 0, 0
GPIO 19 00080000 radio_image=1, radio_bl=0 O1 1 0, 0, 1
GPIO 20 00100000 O1 1, 1, 1
GPIO 21 00200000 O1 1, 1, 1
GPIO 22 00400000 KP MKOUT7 O1 1 0, 0, 0
GPIO 23 00800000 SSP CLK O 2 0, 0, 0
GPIO 24 01000000 SSP FRM O 2 1 1, 1, 1
GPIO 25 02000000 SSP TXD O 2 0, 0, 0
GPIO 26 04000000 SSP RXD (touchscreen) I 1 0, 0, 0
GPIO 27 08000000 USB host power? O0 1 1, 1, 0
GPIO 28 10000000 I2S BITCLK O 1 0, 0, 0
GPIO 29 20000000 I2S SDATA_IN I 2 0, 0, 0
GPIO 30 40000000 I2S SDATA_OUT O 1 0, 0, 0
GPIO 31 80000000 I2S SYNC O 1 0, 0, 0
GPIO 32 00000001 I0 0, 0, 0
GPIO 33 00000002 #CS5 O1 2 1 1, 1, 1
GPIO 34 00000004 FF UART RXD (GSM: /dev/ttyS0, m$com6) I 1 0, 0, 0
GPIO 35 00000008 FF UART CTS (GSM: /dev/ttyS0, m$com6) I 1 0, 0, 0
GPIO 36 00000010 KP MKIN7 I 3 0, 0, 0
GPIO 37 00000020 KP MKIN3 I 3 0, 0, 0
GPIO 38 00000040 KP MKIN4 I 2 0, 0, 0
GPIO 39 00000080 FF UART TXD (GSM: /dev/ttyS0, m$com6) O 2 0, 0, 0
GPIO 40 00000100 KP MKOUT6 O 1 0, 0, 0
GPIO 41 00000200 FF UART RTS (GSM: /dev/ttyS0, m$com6) O 2 0, 0, 0
GPIO 42 00000400 ?/BT UART RXD (BT: /dev/ttyS1) O 0/1 0, 0, 0
GPIO 43 00000800 ?/BT UART TXD (BT: /dev/ttyS1) O 0/2 0, 0, 1
GPIO 44 00001000 ?/BT UART CTS (BT: /dev/ttyS1) O 0/1 0, 0, 0
GPIO 45 00002000 ?/BT UART RTS (BT: /dev/ttyS1) O 0/2 0, 0, 0
GPIO 46 00004000 ST UART RXD (SIR: /dev/ttyS2) I 2 0, 0, 0
GPIO 47 00008000 ST UART TXD (SIR: /dev/ttyS2) O 0/1 1, 1, 1
GPIO 48 00010000 I0 0, 0, 0
GPIO 49 00020000 #PWE O1 2 1 1, 1, 1
GPIO 50 00040000 /CIF_DD3 O/I 1 0, 0, 0
GPIO 51 00080000 /CIF_DD2 O/I 1 0, 0, 0
GPIO 52 00100000 /CIF_DD4 O/I 1 0, 0, 0
GPIO 53 00200000 /CIF_MCLK O 2 0, 0, 0
GPIO 54 00400000 /CIF_PCLK O/I 3 0, 0, 0
GPIO 55 00800000 /CIF_DD1 O/I 1 0, 0, 0
GPIO 56 01000000 camera related (on/off) O0 0, 0, 0
GPIO 57 02000000 1.3mpix camera enable (1=on) O0 0, 0, 0
GPIO 58 04000000 LDD0 O 2 0, 0, 0
GPIO 59 08000000 LDD1 O 2 0, 0, 0
GPIO 60 10000000 LDD2 O 2 0, 0, 0
GPIO 61 20000000 LDD3 O 2 0, 0, 0
GPIO 62 40000000 LDD4 O 2 0, 0, 0
GPIO 63 80000000 LDD5 O 2 0, 0, 0
GPIO 64 00000001 LDD6 O 2 0, 0, 0
GPIO 65 00000002 LDD7 O 2 0, 0, 0
GPIO 66 00000004 LDD8 O 2 0, 0, 0
GPIO 67 00000008 LDD9 O 2 0, 0, 0
GPIO 68 00000010 LDD10 O 2 0, 0, 0
GPIO 69 00000020 LDD11 O 2 0, 0, 0
GPIO 70 00000040 LDD12 O 2 0, 0, 0
GPIO 71 00000080 LDD13 O 2 0, 0, 0
GPIO 72 00000100 LDD14 O 2 0, 0, 0
GPIO 73 00000200 LDD15 O 2 0, 0, 0
GPIO 74 00000400 LFCLK_RD O 2 0, 0, 0
GPIO 75 00000800 LFCLK_A0 O 2 0, 0, 0
GPIO 76 00001000 LFCLK_WR O 2 0, 0, 0
GPIO 77 00002000 LBIAS O 2 0, 0, 0
GPIO 78 00004000 #CS2 O1 2 1 1, 1, 1
GPIO 79 00008000 #CS3 O1 2 1 1, 1, 1
GPIO 80 00010000 #CS4 O1 2 1 1, 1, 1
GPIO 81 00020000 /CIF_DD0 O/I 2 0, 0, 0
GPIO 82 00040000 /CIF_DD5 O/I 3 0, 0, 0
GPIO 83 00080000 I1 0, 0, 0
GPIO 84 00100000 /CIF_FV O/I 3 0, 0, 0
GPIO 85 00200000 /CIF_LV O/I 3 0, 0, 0
GPIO 86 00400000 lcd enable/disable O1 0, 0, 0
GPIO 87 00800000 lcd enable/disable O1 0, 0, 0
GPIO 88 01000000 O0 0, 0, 0
GPIO 89 02000000 O0 0, 0, 0
GPIO 90 04000000 KP MKIN5 I 1 0, 0, 0
GPIO 91 08000000 KP MKIN6 I 1 0, 0, 0
GPIO 92 10000000 charge? usb? I1 FE 0, 0, 0
GPIO 93 20000000 ipl:O I1 0, 0, 0
GPIO 94 40000000 ipl:O I1 0, 0, 0
GPIO 95 80000000 0.3mpix camera power (0=on) O1 1 1, 1, 1
GPIO 96 00000001 I0 0, 0, 0
GPIO 97 00000002 DREQ1 I0 2 0, 0, 0
GPIO 98 00000004 radio reset O1 1 0, 0, 1
GPIO 99 00000008 0.3mpix camera reset (=1,sleep32,=0) O0 0, 0, 0
GPIO 100 00000010 KP MKIN0 I 1 0, 0, 0
GPIO 101 00000020 KP MKIN1 I 1 0, 0, 0
GPIO 102 00000040 KP MKIN2 I 1 0, 0, 0
GPIO 103 00000080 KP MKOUT0 O 2 1 0, 0, 0
GPIO 104 00000100 KP MKOUT1 O 2 0, 0, 0
GPIO 105 00000200 KP MKOUT2 O 2 1 0, 0, 0
GPIO 106 00000400 KP MKOUT3 O 2 0, 0, 0
GPIO 107 00000800 KP MKOUT4 O 2 0, 0, 0
GPIO 108 00001000 KP MKOUT5 O 2 0, 0, 0
GPIO 109 00002000 radio related (boardid=1) O0 1 0, 0, 1
GPIO 110 00004000 radio off? O1 1 0, 0, 1
GPIO 111 00008000 button ? I1 0, 0, 0
GPIO 112 00010000 USB_PUEN? O0 1, 0, 0
GPIO 113 00020000 I2S SYSCLK O 1 0, 0, 0
GPIO 114 00040000 O0 0, 0, 0
GPIO 115 00080000 PWM1: LCD brightness O 3 0, 0, 0
GPIO 116 00100000 1.3mpix camera power? (0=on) O0 1 1, 1, 1
GPIO 117 00200000 SCL O 1 0, 0, 0
GPIO 118 00400000 SDA O 1 0, 0, 0
GPIO 119 00800000 I1 0, 0, 0

PXA DMA

PXA DMA channel Used by
0
1
2
3
4 I2S RXD
5
6 I2S TXD
7
8
9
10 FIR RXD
11 FIR TXD
12
13
14
15
16 CIF RXD
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

ASIC3 (Application Specific IC)

UniversalASIC3

Xilinx CPLD (Complex Programmable Logic Device)

Xilinx CPLD is the source of all EGPIO ;)

EGPIO bit Comment
0 0001
1 0002
2 0004
3 0008
4 0010 something
5 0020 Bluetooth
6 0040 Wireless
7 0080
8 0100
9 0200
10 0400  ?
11 0800
12 1000
13 2000
14 4000
15 8000

Buttons

The buttons are controlled by ASIC3

Touch Screen

Texas Instruments TSC2046.

Current driver (port of the hx4700 driver) is located at: /arch/arm/mach-pxa/htcuniversal/htcuniversal_ts.c

There is a data sheet available from TI: http://focus.ti.com/lit/ds/symlink/tsc2046.pdf

Serial Ports

See HTC_Serial.

SIR (Serial IR)

See HTC_Serial.

FIR (Fast IR)

Vishay TFBS6614 Low Profile 4 Mbit/s FIR Transceiver ?

http://www.vishay.com/docs/82611/82611.pdf

See HTC_Serial

USB client

pxa27x_udc

USB host

The PXA270 USB host is used (at least) for the data communication with MSM6260 GSM/UMTS microcontroller.

Keyboard

The keyboard is connected to the PXA270.

Current driver located at: drivers/input/keyboard/pxa27x_keyboard.c

TODO:

  • improve the scancode/key symbol mapping (Fn key)
  • Sca WorldWideEdition
KEY_ Name Sca Fn-Sca Eng Fn-Eng Ger Fn-Ger Ita Fn-Ita Fra Fn-Fra Spa Fn-Spa
Name
call
left-
menu
video
right-
hangup
1  !  !  ! &  !
2 @ @ " " "
3 # # § '
4 $ $ $ ( $
5  %  %  % -  %
6 ^ ^ & _ &
7 & & / ) /
8 ( ° (
9 ( ) ) µ )
0 ) ( </code> *
- - ß  ? ' $ £ '  ?
* + + * + ¡ ¿
TAB ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
q @ a @ @
w z
e euro euro euro euro
r
t
y y z y
u
i # *
o / / / #
p \ \ \  : *
DEL
CLock
a q
s
d £ £
f
g
h
j _ §  ;
k " " ' \ _
l ' ' #  % -
Enter
Shift
z w
x
c
v
b
n
m  ?  ? -  ! ,
,  ; ,  ; ,  ;  ? ñ \
Up
.  : .  : .  :  ; .  :
Ok
Fn
Mail
Flag
Inet Menu
Space
Sym
Left
Down
Right Radio Radio Radio Radio

SD host controller

Universal uses the ASIC3 SDIO controller.

Disk-on-Chip

M-Systems G3 DiskOnChip HTC_DiskOnChip.

There only a binary module for the 2.4.20 kernel, no 2.6 or open-source driver exists (yet).

The M-Systems G3 DiskOnChip device is a mixed hardware and software product. The hardware on its own is too unreliable for use as a disk, it also has peculiarities such as block erasure and limited erasure cycles per block. ECC algorithms are used to ensure the data reliability, with extra storage and an ASIC provided on the chip for handling the ECC. The driver handles evening the number of writes across all the blocks of the chip, occasionally even moving little changing blocks to make their less written block available for more writes.

The M-Systems G3 is capable of behaving like a boot ROM, providing 4K of fast memory that allows XIP (%eXecute In Place). The fast RAM is loaded from the flash on start up.

The device is partitioned into two sections by design, each with its own security settings.

M-Systems have a couple of data sheets available, but the driver source is only available to OEM partners:
DiskOnChip series G3 Hardware
DiskOnChip TrueFFS

Also used by the Motorola A768 smartphone.

ST I2C 8k EEPROM

There is an eeprom visable on the I2C bus it is used for (Please add here).

Datasheets are available here:
M24C08 datasheet

The quick summary is that it looks like a normal I2C device and is probably already supported by an existing driver if given the correct address.

GSM

See HTC_GSM for more information

UMTS

See HTC_GSM

LCD

There are two LCDs used in Universal : Sony ACX526AKM and some Samsung model (HTC_Partnumbers)

The LCCR* values are

LCCR Value Sony Value Samsung
0 0x 0x
1 0x 0x
2 0x 0x
3 0x 0x
4 0x 0x
5 0x 0x

Backlight

PXA PWM1.

Sound

Current driver located at: /sound/arm/pxa-i2sound-htcuniversal.c

i2s

Asahi Kasei AK4641 chipset supporting sound and Bluetooth mono audio interface.

See http://handhelds.org/moin/moin.cgi/HpIpaqHx4700Drivers for the hardware description and Linux driver.

pcm

TLV320AIC1110

Battery

Controlled by MAX1587A and DS2762.

LEDs

Two two-colour LEDs (left: green-blue, right: green-red) are controlled by ASIC3 (UniversalASIC3) and EGPIO.

Vibra

Vibra is controlled by ASIC3

Camera 1.3

Omnivision OV9650 Color SXGA (1300 x 1028), 1/4 inch lens.

Product brief http://www.ovt.com/pdfs/pb_9650.pdf

A Linux driver (2.4.20 kernel) can be found at ftp://ftp.gpl-devices.org/pub/vendors/Motorola/E680/e680-linux.tar.bz2

Camera 0.3

Omnivision OV6650 Color CIF (352 x 288), 1/7 inch lens camera

Product brief http://www.ovt.com/pdfs/pb_6151_6650.pdf

This is the same camera as used by the Amstrad E3, http://wiki.earth.li/E3 I believe work is in progress for a driver for this: http://wiki.earth.li/E3_Status

The 2.4.* driver is included in the kernel provided my Amstrad:

http://www.earth.li/~noodles/hardware-e3.html

drivers/media/video/omap/camera_ov6x30.c

Bluetooth

Audio Codec - Texas Instruments BRF6150.

PCM Codec TLV320AIC1110

This chip acts as a bridge between the analog speakers and microphone and the digital phone and bluetooth interfaces. It can select between two different analog inputs and two different analog outputs, but it can only use one input and one output at a time. It also has a spare multiplexor, which may or may not be being used. It contains a tone generator for use with phones, but I doubt if it is used with the universal. Generating the tones in software is very easy.

The function blocks

Two Differential Earphone Outputs left and right speakers?
One Single-Ended Earphone Output earpiece?
Two Differential Microphone Inputs A stereo connection to the i2s system?
One Auxiliary one channel two input Multiplexer not used?
Dual-Tone Multifrequency Generator not used?
Pulse Density Modulated (PDM) Buzzer Output not used?
I2C interface processor? or asic?
PCM interface (digital audio) bluetooth chip? is there a PCM audio bus?

Vendor-specific commands (OGF=0x3f):

OCF Length Description Payload
0x202 1 Long Buffers
0x204 5 classification parameters - AFH
0x205 1 ANRITSU Power Control
0x208 14 voice settings, PCM format
0x20c 20
0x20e 22 PCM codec registers. The device has seven registers: power control, mode control, transmit PGA, receive PGA, high DTMF, low DTMF, and auxiliary mode control.
0x212 24 Power control thresholds
0x215 18
0x21a 2 MLSE Disable
0x21b 2
0x221 2 temp offset & RF calibration
0x229 28 power tables & configuration matrix
0x230 4 Matrix change
0x237 2 +
0x238 0 -
0x242 5 +
0x243 10 + power table
0x301 6 GPIO, VLDO voltage, correlator bit threshold, Clk Polarity
0x303 9 Soft Gemini, QoS minimum Poll interval
0x305 205 power tables & configuration matrix
0x30c 2
0x31a 2 used at init
0x31b 2 used at init
0x336 4
0x361 5 LC pole, IFN Stage3, AFC T2 Coefficients, AFC_DITHER, SEQ_TA2, SEQ_PA, AHDL_CFG
0x366 3 ++ 770
0x383 20 +
0x388 10 Change temp threshold
0x390 3 +

HTC Universal Bluetooth information, when running windows mobile

 
$ hcitool scan 
XX:YY:ZZ:TT:UU:VV   WM_x 
 
$  hcitool info XX:YY:ZZ:TT:UU:VV 
 
Requesting information ... 
        BD Address:  XX:YY:ZZ:TT:UU:VV 
        Device Name: WM_x 
        LMP Version: 1.2 (0x2) LMP Subversion: 0xdb0 
        Manufacturer: Texas Instruments Inc. (13) 
        Features: 0xff 0xff 0x2d 0xf8 0x1b 0x18 0x00 0x80 
                <3-slot packets> <5-slot packets> <encryption> <slot offset> 
                <timing accuracy> <role switch> <hold mode> <sniff mode> 
                <park state> <RSSI> <channel quality> <SCO link> <HV2 packets> 
                <HV3 packets> <u-law log> <A-law log> <CVSD> <power control> 
                <transparent SCO> <enhanced iscan> <interlaced iscan> 
                <interlaced pscan> <inquiry with RSSI> <extended SCO> 
                <EV4 packets> <EV5 packets> <AFH cap. slave> 
                <AFH class. slave> <AFH cap. master> <AFH class. master> 
                <extended features> 
 
$ sdptool records XX:YY:ZZ:TT:UU:VV 
 
Service Name: Voice Gateway 
Service RecHandle: 0x10000 
Service Class ID List: 
  "Headset Audio Gateway" (0x1112) 
  "Generic Audio" (0x1203) 
Protocol Descriptor List: 
  "L2CAP" (0x0100) 
  "RFCOMM" (0x0003) 
    Channel: 1 
Profile Descriptor List: 
  "Headset" (0x1108) 
    Version: 0x0100 
 
Service Name: Voice Gateway 
Service RecHandle: 0x10001 
Service Class ID List: 
  "Handfree Audio Gateway" (0x111f) 
  "Generic Audio" (0x1203) 
Protocol Descriptor List: 
  "L2CAP" (0x0100) 
  "RFCOMM" (0x0003) 
    Channel: 2 
Profile Descriptor List: 
  "Handsfree" (0x111e) 
    Version: 0x0101 
 
Service Name: Serial Port 
Service RecHandle: 0x10003 
Service Class ID List: 
  "Serial Port" (0x1101) 
Protocol Descriptor List: 
  "L2CAP" (0x0100) 
  "RFCOMM" (0x0003) 
    Channel: 4 
Language Base Attr List: 
  code_ISO639: 0x656e 
  encoding:    0x6a 
  base_offset: 0x100 
Profile Descriptor List: 
  "Serial Port" (0x1101) 
    Version: 0x0100 
 
Service Name: OBEX Object Push 
Service RecHandle: 0x10004 
Service Class ID List: 
  "OBEX Object Push" (0x1105) 
Protocol Descriptor List: 
  "L2CAP" (0x0100) 
  "RFCOMM" (0x0003) 
    Channel: 3 
  "OBEX" (0x0008) 
Language Base Attr List: 
  code_ISO639: 0x656e 
  encoding:    0x6a 
  base_offset: 0x100 
Profile Descriptor List: 
  "OBEX Object Push" (0x1105) 
    Version: 0x0100 
 
 

WiFi

Texas Instruments ACX100 chipset (the same as in Blueangel).

I2C (Inter-Integrated Circuit bus)

See HTC_I2C_IDs

I2S (Inter-Integrated Sound bus)

See Sound

BoardID

Board ID LCD type Provider Mode Color
0x5 T-Mobile Germany MDA Pro Silver
0x5 JasJar
0x5 Dopod

Software

WM5 Stream Devices

Stream Devices (Alphabetized)

bold entries found in Drivers\BuiltIn, but not in Drivers\Active

Device Name Description CE DLL(s) RegKey
ACM1: GSM610 codec gsm610.acm Drivers\BuiltIn\CODEC_GSM610
ACM9: ? ? ?
BAG0: "Audio gateway" ? ?
BAT1: Battery battdrvr.dll Drivers\BuiltIn\Battery
BAT2: Battery Battery.Dll Drivers\BuiltIn\BatteryIF
BKL1: "FrontLight" BackLight.Dll Drivers\BuiltIn\FrontLight
BTS0: ? ? ?
BTD0: ? ? ?
BTL1: Bluetooth bthlink.dll Software\Microsoft\Bluetooth\BTHLINK
CAM1: Battery side camera? NullCam.dll Drivers\BuiltIn\NullCam
CIF1: (Unknown) CIF.Dll Drivers\BuiltIn\CIF
COM1: Serial Cable on COM1: Serial_dbg.Dll Drivers\BuiltIn\Serial_dbg
COM2: Infrared Port Serial_FIR.Dll Drivers\BuiltIn\Serial_FIR
COM3: Ir on COM3: IRCOMM.DLL Drivers\BuiltIn\IrCOMM
COM6: RIL on COM6: Serial_cmd.Dll Drivers\BuiltIn\Serial
COM7: "Serial_BTUR" Serial_BTUR.Dll Drivers\BuiltIn\Serial_BTUR
*COM8:* USB Cable QCT1.Dll Drivers\BuiltIn\QCT
COM9: QCT Data Interface QCTUSB.DLL Drivers\BuiltIn\QCTCompositeDev
DP60: "DHCPV6L" (IPV6 DHCP) no key?! Comm\Devices\TCPIP6\DHCPV6L
DRM1: LSOMACORE lsomacore.dll Drivers\BuiltIn\LSOMACORE
DSK1: TrueFFS G3 DoC TrueFFS_G3.dll Drivers\SDCARD\ClientDrivers\Class\SDMemory_Class ???
*DSK1:* TrueFFS G3 DoC partition0 TrueFFS_G3.dll Drivers\BuiltIn\TrueFFS_G3
*DSK2:* TrueFFS G3 DoC partition1 TrueFFS_G3.dll Drivers\BuiltIn\TrueFFS_G31
*DSK3:* TrueFFS G3 DoC partition2 TrueFFS_G3.dll Drivers\BuiltIn\TrueFFS_G32
ETM1: Ethernet? ethman.dll Drivers\BuiltIn\Ethman
GPD0: "GPSID" GPSID.dll Drivers\BuiltIn\GPSID
HCD1: OHCI ohci.dll Drivers\BuiltIn\OHCI
HDS1: HeadSetDrv HeadSetDrv.Dll Drivers\BuiltIn\HeadSetDrv
I2C1: I2CMGR I2CMgr.Dll Drivers\BuiltIn\I2CMGR
IKE0: IPSecSvc ipsecsvc.Dll Drivers\BuiltIn\ipsecsvc
IP60: "IPDevice" (IPV6) no key?! Comm\Devices\TCPIP6\IPDevice
IPD0: "IPDevice" no key?! Comm\Devices\TCPIP\IPDevice
LED1: LED AllLEDMgr.dll Drivers\BuiltIn\AllLEDMgr
MIS1: OEM_Misc.Dll Drivers\BuiltIn\OEM_Misc
*MIX1:* "Mix" MIX.DLL Drivers\BuiltIn\MIX
MSM1: "QCT_DIAG" QCTUSB.Dll Drivers\BuiltIn\QCT_DIAG
NLD1: "NLed" nleddrvr.dll Drivers\BuiltIn\NLed
NDS0: NDIS NDIS.Dll Drivers\BuiltIn\NDIS
NDS1: TI ACX100-EE1D NDIS.Dll Drivers\PCMCIA\Texas_Instruments-ACX100-EE1D
OBX0: IR OBEX ? ?
PIN1: Display face camera? NullCam.dll Software\Microsoft\DirectX\DirectShow\Capture
RDR0: "Redir" redir.dll Comm\Devices\Redir
RIL1: Radio Interface Layer rilgsm.dll Drivers\BuiltIn\RIL
SCA1: SmartCard scard.dll Drivers\BuiltIn\SmartCard
SDC1: SDBusDriver SDBus.dll Drivers\BuiltIn\SDBusDriver
SDH1: SDIO Host Controller sdhc.dll Drivers\BuiltIn\SDHC
SIM1: SIM (SmartCard) ccoredrv.dll Drivers\BuiltIn\SIM
SIP0: Soft Input Panel?? softkb.DLL Drivers\BuiltIn\SIP
SMS1: "SMS" CCoreDrv.dll Drivers\BuiltIn\SMS
SPK1: SpeakerPhone spkphone.dll Drivers\BuiltIn\SpeakerPhone
SSP0: NTLM SSP ntlmssp_scvc.dll Drivers\BuiltIn\NTLMSSP_SVC
TCP0: "TCPDevice" ? Comm\Devices\TCPIP\TCPDevice
UFN1: "Usbfn" (Universal Digital Channel?) ms2_usbfn.dll Drivers\BuiltIn\Usbfn
UIO1: NDISUIO ndisuio.dll Drivers\BuiltIn\NDISUIO
V6H1: IPV6Hlp ipv6hlp.dll Drivers\BuiltIn\ipv6hlp
WAM1: "WAPIMAN" waveapi.dll Drivers\BuiltIn\WAPIMAN
WAP1: WAP WAPdrv.dll Comm\Cellular\WAP\Driver
WAV1: WaveDev wavedev.dll Drivers\BuiltIn\WaveDev
WWN0: "WWN" wwan.Dll Drivers\BuiltIn\WWN
ZCF1: "ZeroConfig" (Wireless?) WZCSCV.dll Drivers\BuiltIn\ZeroConfig



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