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Old 05-03-2017, 15:56   #1 (permalink)
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intex aqua fish recovery problum


intex aqua fish after formate cm2
show only recovery-connect usb cable and open telnet to address 10.42.66.66
i flash with q file tool but same i reset with putty tool but same any help
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Old 08-15-2017, 11:38   #2 (permalink)
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your solution here

Download http://the.earth.li/~sgtatham/putty/.../x86/putty.exe
1. Right click RNDIS update driver, let me choose driver, under network adaptors, choose microsoft corporation, select Remote NDIS compatible device, ignore warning message, select yes.

2. download http://the.earth.li/~sgtatham/putty/.../x86/putty.exe

3. open putty select telnet host name 10.42.66.66 and click open press 1.


Welcome to the recovery tool!
The available options are:
1) Reset device to factory state
2) Reboot device
3) Shell
4) Perform file system check
5) Run sshd
6) Exit
Type the number of the desired action and press [Enter]:
1


ALL DATA WILL BE ERASED! Clears everything from the device and reverts the
software back to factory state. This means LOSING EVERYTHING you have added to
the device (e.g. updates, apps, accounts, contacts, photos and other media).
Are you really SURE? [y/N] y
u 2 logical volume(s) in volume group "sailfish" now active
[OK] No lockcode has been set. Proceeding...
0 logical volume(s) in volume group "sailfish" now active
0 logical volume(s) in volume group "sailfish" now active
Logical volume "root" successfully removed
Logical volume "home" successfully removed
Volume group "sailfish" successfully removed
Labels on physical volume "/dev/mmcblk0p28" successfully wiped
Physical volume "/dev/mmcblk0p28" successfully created
Volume group "sailfish" successfully created
Logical volume "root" created.
Logical volume "home" created.
resize2fs 1.42.4 (12-June-2012)
Resizing the filesystem on /dev/sailfish/root to 640000 (4k) blocks.
The filesystem on /dev/sailfish/root is now 640000 blocks long.


resize2fs 1.42.4 (12-June-2012)
Resizing the filesystem on /dev/sailfish/home to 2749440 (4k) blocks.
The filesystem on /dev/sailfish/home is now 2749440 blocks long.


/var/lib/platform-updates/flash-aboot.sh ...
Flashing to mmcblk0p4
176+1 records in
176+1 records out
724135 bytes (724 kB) copied, 0.0213132 s, 34.0 MB/s
OK
/var/lib/platform-updates/flash-bootimg.sh ...
Flashing to mmcblk0p20
2689+1 records in
2689+1 records out
11016192 bytes (11 MB) copied, 0.363559 s, 30.3 MB/s
OK
/var/lib/platform-updates/flash-modem.sh ...
Flashing to mmcblk0p1
12116+1 records in
12116+1 records out
49628672 bytes (50 MB) copied, 1.35982 s, 36.5 MB/s
OK
/var/lib/platform-updates/flash-persist.sh ...
Flashing to mmcblk0p22
Unsparsing '/boot/persist.img' to '/boot/persist.img.tmp'..
8192+0 records in
8192+0 records out
33554432 bytes (34 MB) copied, 0.896068 s, 37.4 MB/s
OK
/var/lib/platform-updates/flash-recoveryimg.sh ...
Flashing to mmcblk0p24
2996+1 records in
2996+1 records out
12273664 bytes (12 MB) copied, 0.38048 s, 32.3 MB/s
OK
/var/lib/platform-updates/flash-rpm.sh ...
Flashing to mmcblk0p6
39+1 records in
39+1 records out
159956 bytes (160 kB) copied, 0.00644557 s, 24.8 MB/s
OK
/var/lib/platform-updates/flash-sbl1.sh ...
Flashing to mmcblk0p2
60+1 records in
60+1 records out
246944 bytes (247 kB) copied, 0.00747729 s, 33.0 MB/s
OK
/var/lib/platform-updates/flash-sec.sh ...
Flashing to mmcblk0p19
0+1 records in
0+1 records out
80 bytes (80 B) copied, 0.00171479 s, 46.7 kB/s
OK
/var/lib/platform-updates/flash-splash.sh ...
Flashing to mmcblk0p16
675+1 records in
675+1 records out
2765312 bytes (2.8 MB) copied, 0.149655 s, 18.5 MB/s
OK
/var/lib/platform-updates/flash-tz.sh ...
Flashing to mmcblk0p8
127+1 records in
127+1 records out
523304 bytes (523 kB) copied, 0.0194993 s, 26.8 MB/s
OK




[DONE] DEVICE RECOVERED!




[NOTE]: please note that since the device will now reboot, after you press
[Enter], this connection will be interrupted and you won't be able to interact
with this screen anymore.
Press [Enter] to reboot the device...



Best Regards Rohitchhotu
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Old 03-23-2019, 06:45   #3 (permalink)
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Quote:
Originally Posted by rohitchhotu View Post
Download http://the.earth.li/~sgtatham/putty/.../x86/putty.exe
1. Right click RNDIS update driver, let me choose driver, under network adaptors, choose microsoft corporation, select Remote NDIS compatible device, ignore warning message, select yes.

2. download http://the.earth.li/~sgtatham/putty/.../x86/putty.exe

3. open putty select telnet host name 10.42.66.66 and click open press 1.


Welcome to the recovery tool!
The available options are:
1) Reset device to factory state
2) Reboot device
3) Shell
4) Perform file system check
5) Run sshd
6) Exit
Type the number of the desired action and press [Enter]:
1


ALL DATA WILL BE ERASED! Clears everything from the device and reverts the
software back to factory state. This means LOSING EVERYTHING you have added to
the device (e.g. updates, apps, accounts, contacts, photos and other media).
Are you really SURE? [y/N] y
u 2 logical volume(s) in volume group "sailfish" now active
[OK] No lockcode has been set. Proceeding...
0 logical volume(s) in volume group "sailfish" now active
0 logical volume(s) in volume group "sailfish" now active
Logical volume "root" successfully removed
Logical volume "home" successfully removed
Volume group "sailfish" successfully removed
Labels on physical volume "/dev/mmcblk0p28" successfully wiped
Physical volume "/dev/mmcblk0p28" successfully created
Volume group "sailfish" successfully created
Logical volume "root" created.
Logical volume "home" created.
resize2fs 1.42.4 (12-June-2012)
Resizing the filesystem on /dev/sailfish/root to 640000 (4k) blocks.
The filesystem on /dev/sailfish/root is now 640000 blocks long.


resize2fs 1.42.4 (12-June-2012)
Resizing the filesystem on /dev/sailfish/home to 2749440 (4k) blocks.
The filesystem on /dev/sailfish/home is now 2749440 blocks long.


/var/lib/platform-updates/flash-aboot.sh ...
Flashing to mmcblk0p4
176+1 records in
176+1 records out
724135 bytes (724 kB) copied, 0.0213132 s, 34.0 MB/s
OK
/var/lib/platform-updates/flash-bootimg.sh ...
Flashing to mmcblk0p20
2689+1 records in
2689+1 records out
11016192 bytes (11 MB) copied, 0.363559 s, 30.3 MB/s
OK
/var/lib/platform-updates/flash-modem.sh ...
Flashing to mmcblk0p1
12116+1 records in
12116+1 records out
49628672 bytes (50 MB) copied, 1.35982 s, 36.5 MB/s
OK
/var/lib/platform-updates/flash-persist.sh ...
Flashing to mmcblk0p22
Unsparsing '/boot/persist.img' to '/boot/persist.img.tmp'..
8192+0 records in
8192+0 records out
33554432 bytes (34 MB) copied, 0.896068 s, 37.4 MB/s
OK
/var/lib/platform-updates/flash-recoveryimg.sh ...
Flashing to mmcblk0p24
2996+1 records in
2996+1 records out
12273664 bytes (12 MB) copied, 0.38048 s, 32.3 MB/s
OK
/var/lib/platform-updates/flash-rpm.sh ...
Flashing to mmcblk0p6
39+1 records in
39+1 records out
159956 bytes (160 kB) copied, 0.00644557 s, 24.8 MB/s
OK
/var/lib/platform-updates/flash-sbl1.sh ...
Flashing to mmcblk0p2
60+1 records in
60+1 records out
246944 bytes (247 kB) copied, 0.00747729 s, 33.0 MB/s
OK
/var/lib/platform-updates/flash-sec.sh ...
Flashing to mmcblk0p19
0+1 records in
0+1 records out
80 bytes (80 B) copied, 0.00171479 s, 46.7 kB/s
OK
/var/lib/platform-updates/flash-splash.sh ...
Flashing to mmcblk0p16
675+1 records in
675+1 records out
2765312 bytes (2.8 MB) copied, 0.149655 s, 18.5 MB/s
OK
/var/lib/platform-updates/flash-tz.sh ...
Flashing to mmcblk0p8
127+1 records in
127+1 records out
523304 bytes (523 kB) copied, 0.0194993 s, 26.8 MB/s
OK




[DONE] DEVICE RECOVERED!




[NOTE]: please note that since the device will now reboot, after you press
[Enter], this connection will be interrupted and you won't be able to interact
with this screen anymore.
Press [Enter] to reboot the device...



Best Regards Rohitchhotu
all success but
seam problem
Recovery: connect usb cable and open telnet address 10.42.66.66
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Old 03-24-2019, 22:56   #4 (permalink)
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I hope you did fully reflash using QFIL package first.
Then you did factory reset via telnet.

If so .... last idea is to de-brand that device, and try update it after with Jolla C firmware.

So, with putty (or any other client), make telnet session,
and choose option 3 (SHELL), then carefully read THIS and do required steps
After done, exit shell and select option 1 from menu.

p.s.2 that procedure above will update "auto-restore/factory reset" partition to this version :
JollaC-2.0.2.43-l500d-in-0.0.1.24 , so after making factory reset, that will be version of device,
and at the same time it should be debranded from intex.

test and post results.



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