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Old 02-22-2007, 19:09   #2881 (permalink)
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;*** EBIN. Entry-point for Binary file ***

;Firmware : sl45v56
;Author : rizapn
;Created : March 2, 2005

;Executing binary file through entry point

;The needed BIN file should be *copied* into the folder a:\zbin
;and the filename should be zaX.bin ... (X = a..p)
;The entry-point are :
; zaa.bin -> 0E47310h, zab.bin -> 0E47314h, zac.bin -> 0E47318h,
; zad.bin -> 0E4731Ch, ... zap.bin -> 0E4734Ch
Could I use those entrypoint for graphic menu ? I see 0E47310h -> there are 8 characters but in graphic menu, only 6 ..
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Old 02-23-2007, 09:12   #2882 (permalink)
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No, Kakoii, there are only 6 chars. You have to remove first 0, and h states only that is hexadecimal. So the entrypoint for zaa.bin is e47310.
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Old 02-23-2007, 13:40   #2883 (permalink)
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yes, I have "EBIN. Entry-point for Binary file" patch in my Sl45, zaa.bin (zlogreader.bin) in a:/zbin then use e47310 for graphic menu and click .. but my phone shut down
If i open file .bin from MMC, it runs normally
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Old 02-28-2007, 17:14   #2884 (permalink)
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no answer? Btw, is there a patch that make a beep sound when the message was sent ?
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Old 02-28-2007, 18:17   #2885 (permalink)
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No answer, maybe because no one is playing with the SL45 anymore...
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Old 02-28-2007, 19:28   #2886 (permalink)
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yes .. sad but true but i'm still interested in Sl45 than modern phones, so if you know what i unknow about Sl45, pls share with me.
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Old 04-01-2007, 23:21   #2887 (permalink)
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no answer? Btw, is there a patch that make a beep sound when the message was sent ?
i used to own an sl45 and i remember that there is such a patch. but the beep is almost inaudible under normal use (when you're using it in a noisy surrounding) i just uninstalled it. unfortunately, i can no longer recall the name of the patch. i don't have it on archive as well as i've replaced my sl45 more than a year ago.
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Old 06-27-2007, 11:50   #2888 (permalink)
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How to change this patch to work with long press of red button?
Code:
;*** (Prorammable) Red Button Menu (v2)*** 

;Firmware: SLIK56 
;Author: abomin 
;Release: 28.03.2005 

; This patch is based on Riza`s FAV v2 patch and need it (and also ESI patch) 
;to be installed. 
;This patch adds a new menu that running by short pressing red button 
;in main state. Now the long pressing of the red button is not switching 
;phone off, so don`t forget to put in new menu "Switch off" item with 
;entry-point c24a2c (or e0d560 if you use "Switch off with confirmation" patch). 

0x3B0686: EA20F607 FAE0A0D5 

0x40D5A0: FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF 2D02FADB8A06E6F4EB13DAE4F074FADB 
0x40D5B0: FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF F607FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
Maybe this path will be helpful, this add menu on long press red.
Problem is that I want more positions in menu and sc0ty can't help beacouse he sold SL45.
Code:
; SDM. ShutDown Menu v 0.2 beta 
; sc0ty ([email protected]) 
; relased: September 22, 2006 
; updated: September 26, 2006 

; Menu after long press red button: 
; - Off (shutdown) 
; - Reset 
; - Display (turn lcd off to save battery) 

; To turn lcd on press long red button again. 


0x2BE1D6: E6FCA034 FAF156D5 

0x51D556: FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF 26F01000E6FC3616E6FD 
0x51D560: FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF C703FAD6DE31DAC00ECCE00C88C088C0 
0x51D570: FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF 88C088C088C088C088C088C0E6FDBA15 
0x51D580: FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF E6FEC70388E088D0E6FDCA15E6FEC703 
0x51D590: FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF 88E088D0E00DE00EDAE690EC06F01800 
0x51D5A0: FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF DB00E6FCA034E0EDE05EE05FFAC130AA 
0x51D5B0: FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF DADAB0CFFAC008CCDB00000000006500 
0x51D5C0: FFFFFFFFFFFF 0C0000000000 

; Menu header stringID: 
0x51D5C6: FFFF 6700 

0x51D5C8: FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF FF7F000000000000 
0x51D5D0: FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF 00000000000000000000063CEB02FC3B 
0x51D5E0: FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF EB020000000000000000F415C7032A16 
0x51D5F0: FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF C703030000000000 

; To change strings, change this ID's (every ID is dubbled!) 

; stringID Off: 
0x51D5F8: FFFFFFFF 67006700 

0x51D5FC: FFFFFFFF 00000000 
0x51D600: FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF 000003003A0500000000 

; stringID Reset: 
0x51D60A: FFFFFFFF F202F202 

0x51D60E: FFFF 0000 
0x51D610: FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF 0000000003003A0500000000 

; stringID Display: 
0x51D61C: FFFFFFFF 5F005F00 

0x51D620: FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF 00000000000003003A052C4AC200A2D5 
0x51D630: FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF F100B0D5F100B8D5F100B8D5F100B8D5 
0x51D640: FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF F100B8D5F10066D5F1001000C400
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Hello again.
It is possible to do fater FastForward in MP3?
Now players jump every 1 scond but maybe it it possible to change this to 5 second jumps?
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Old 08-22-2007, 00:13   #2890 (permalink)
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This could indeed be possible - if someone knew where to search and what to change. The current fast forward speed is somewhat slow (it jumps 1 minute songtime in 10 seconds), at least doubled speed would be cool. But ... there are no patch finders and code hackers left for this nice mobile phone. And I personally have not that much experience, time and lust for doing so. Perhaps I find some solution after 30h of search. But 30 hours is worth (even terribly paid) over 100 Euro. For this money you could buy THREE new mp3-players with each 1GB memory. Not neccassary.
I'm staying with my cute little SL45i, with all its features and lacks, until it will be broken or not running anymore one day and dying a silent death ...
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Old 08-24-2007, 05:48   #2891 (permalink)
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Hallo Rc,
nice to here you again.

Still enjoying with your SL45, I see... me too (whit my S-ME45s)

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Perhaps I find some solution after 30h of search. But 30 hours is worth (even terribly paid) over 100 Euro. For this money you could buy THREE new mp3-players with each 1GB memory.
Come on... it's not this the spirit we had while creating patches, and you know very well.
We didn't make them for money, counting our time spent on them, and deciding if it's worthly valueting costs/benefits for our lives (otherwise... ).
We made them just because WE LOVE to make them....
we loved the mind game under it,
we loved the powerness sensation of playing with opcodes,
we loved the infinite possibilities of realizing ideas -the limit was the sky (and our knowledges -eheh) -
we loved each small improuvment of our little cells,
we loved to make something good for "others", for the whole world, free,
and, finally, indeed we loved (and still love) our phones.

I used "we", because I'm sure for you was the same.


So.. ok, perhaps now we don't have more time, now we are grown up, now we are playing other beautiful "games" (with life, with work, with girlfriend/wife/child, etc...),
and probably it's not our time anymore to make new patches...

BUT PLEASE, don't say it's just for (lack of) money, or for time/cost reasons... this is not true (at least for me).


LONG LIVES FOR OUR SIEMENS!

Best regards


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Old 08-28-2007, 00:16   #2893 (permalink)
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Hey Lalo!

You're right, there were many reasons for creating patches - and it was not for money, maybe a bottle of beer (I'd still get one from cyperghost for the one or the other patch).
Just at the moment I'm digging through the huge patch archive, looking here, improving there (for my personal phone configuration). That's because my phone behaves odd and I think it needs a reflash. So I'm creating my personal fubu with the most important pathces.
It costs time but I like my phone. Sometimes it seems as if it will last until GSM is completely replaced by UMTS.


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we loved to make something good for "others", for the whole world, free, and, finally, indeed we loved (and still love) our phones.
Well said!

So I revise my post: it's not because lack of money or because I want a payment. That was never an argument. I spent hundreds of hours since 2003 for patching stuff, and the appreciation of the community was enough reward.
But nowadays ... I really have less time - or other priorities. Personally I spend almost the whole year 2004 with this, more time than rational... but that's not the point. I'd like to do some programming for SL45, but not searching in Fubu. I always said, disassembling and reverse engineering is not what I'm really able to do. And almost all the good people like RizaPN are vanished. It's a pity, but understandable.
With many people not interested in Siemens phones and patching, there's is less motivation for inventing or writing patches. I'm idealistic, but spending hours and hours for just one person (excluding me) to be happy? Hmm... maybe. I have some time for the next weeks, so I could try.

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and probably it's not our time anymore to make new patches...
Not anymore ... unless someone gives us C source code of S(L)45 software.
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Old 10-23-2007, 19:46   #2894 (permalink)
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hello i need for a flash of siemens C55.
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Old 10-24-2007, 05:48   #2895 (permalink)
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hello i need for a flash of siemens C55.
Hi,
go to:http://www.evil-hackers.com/BB-gsm/ (for Joker)

or: http://eh.student.utwente.nl/~landy/...r=Repair_FuBu/
user: mobile
pass: elibom

or: http://www.gsmsimlocking.com/Gsm/ind...l_Support/C55/ (for Joker)

user : gsmsimlocking
pass : freefornow

or: http://www.siemens-club.ru/soft-ff.php

or: ftp://home.railgun.ro/Siemens/1_Egold/Repair_Flash/C55/

user:forum
pass:gsmhosting.com

Br,
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