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[TUT]Porting Section XIP

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Section XIP Porting to the appliances Himalaya

Compatible:

O2 XDA II, T-Mobile MDA II, Qtek 2020, iMate Phone Edition, TSM500, and other variants PH10

As a rule, move the XIP (kernel - kernel), is one principle

to describe below. porting principle applies to the total users and the Himalaya

Preparation:

I will not describe here how to obtain this section, assume that each of you has already been mined xip.bin.

1) Create a directory called eg Old_XIP

-> Copy to him,

- Xip.bin (From with nk.nba our device)

- XIPPort.exe

- Pkgcommon.dll

- Mreloc.exe

Run XIPPort.exe and press:

-> dump xip.bin

-> realloc P

-> write maps

By creating a folder with the name and it OUT MODULES 2 folders and files:

-Delete:

The catalog of files:

• 778fa68c-6f86-312d-7cfb-6862e7b2f41c.dsm

• 778fa68c-6f86-312d-7cfb-6862e7b2f41c.dsm.imageinfo.txt

• 723fb954-d931-4348-b672-82a188e587b5.dsm

• 723fb954-d931-4348-b672-82a188e587b5.dsm.imageinfo.txt

• 723fb954-d931-4348-b672-82a188e587b5.rgu

• 723fb954-d931-4348-b672-82a188e587b5.rgu.imageinfo.txt

• d92a4f0a-378a-4482-8fd3-bd127a05e4de.dsm

• d92a4f0a-378a-4482-8fd3-bd127a05e4de.dsm.imageinfo.txt

• boot_ms.rgu

• boot_ms.rgu.imageinfo.txt

• mxip_lang.vol

• mxip_lang.vol.imageinfo.txt

• sysroots.p7b

• sysroots.p7b.imageinfo.txt

The catalog of modules:

• busenum.dll + busenum.dll.txt

• cachefilt.dll + cachefilt.dll.txt

• certmod.dll + certmod.dll.txt

• coredll.dll + coredll.dll.txt

• crypt32.dll + crypt32.dll.txt

• device.exe + device.exe.txt

• devmgr.dll + devmgr.dll.txt

• diskcache.dll + diskcache.dll.txt

• fatfsd.dll + fatfsd.dll.txt

• fatutil.dll + fatutil.dll.txt

• filesys.exe + filesys.exe.txt

• fsdmgr.dll + fsdmgr.dll.txt

• fsreplxfilt.dll + fsreplxfilt.dll.txt

• mencfilt.dll + mencfilt.dll.txt

• mspart.dll + mspart.dll.txt

• pm.dll + pm.dll.txt

• regenum.dll + regenum.dll.txt

All modules and files and corresponding. Txt, which we removed, we must now replace these with new XIP section ... ... ... ....

2) Create a directory called eg New_ XIP

-> Copy to him,

- Xip.bin (from with another device nk.nba)

- XIPPort.exe

- Pkgcommon.dll

Run XIPPort.exe and press:

-> dump xip.bin

-> make Pkgs

Copy all files and modules, together with the corresponding. Txt, XIP to the old section, which should look like this:

The catalog of files:

Files in New XIP Section:

• 778fa68c-6f86-312d-7cfb-6862e7b2f41c.dsm

• 778fa68c-6f86-312d-7cfb-6862e7b2f41c.dsm.imageinfo.txt

• 723fb954-d931-4348-b672-82a188e587b5.dsm

• 723fb954-d931-4348-b672-82a188e587b5.dsm.imageinfo.txt

• 723fb954-d931-4348-b672-82a188e587b5.rgu

• 723fb954-d931-4348-b672-82a188e587b5.rgu.imageinfo.txt

• d92a4f0a-378a-4482-8fd3-bd127a05e4de.dsm

• d92a4f0a-378a-4482-8fd3-bd127a05e4de.dsm.imageinfo.txt

• boot_ms.rgu

• boot_ms.rgu.imageinfo.txt

• mxip_lang.vol

• mxip_lang.vol.imageinfo.txt

• sysroots.p7b

• sysroots.p7b.imageinfo.txt

Files from the old XIP Section:

• 8677e734-fc16-3610-0db1-001405fb4b9a.dsm

• 8677e734-fc16-3610-0db1-001405fb4b9a.dsm.imageinfo.txt

• boot.hv

• boot.hv.imageinfo.txt

• boot.rgu

• boot.rgu.imageinfo.txt

• e27f9da5-f2bd-6586-1098-afeef97ab52a.dsm

• e27f9da5-f2bd-6586-1098-afeef97ab52a.dsm.imageinfo.txt

The catalog of modules:

Modules from New XIP Section:

• busenum.dll + busenum.dll.txt

• cachefilt.dll + cachefilt.dll.txt

• certmod.dll + certmod.dll.txt

• coredll.dll + coredll.dll.txt

• crypt32.dll + crypt32.dll.txt

• device.exe + device.exe.txt

• devmgr.dll + devmgr.dll.txt

• diskcache.dll + diskcache.dll.txt

• fatfsd.dll + fatfsd.dll.txt

• fatutil.dll + fatutil.dll.txt

• filesys.exe + filesys.exe.txt

• fsdmgr.dll + fsdmgr.dll.txt

• fsreplxfilt.dll + fsreplxfilt.dll.txt

• mencfilt.dll + mencfilt.dll.txt

• mspart.dll + mspart.dll.txt

• pm.dll + pm.dll.txt

• regenum.dll + regenum.dll.txt

The modules from the old XIP Section:

• msflash.dll + msflash.dll.txt

• cecompr.dll + cecompr.dll.txt

• ceddk.dll + ceddk.dll.txt

• nk.exe + nk.exe.txt

• relfsd.dll + relfsd.dll.txt

• imgfs.dll + imgfs.dll.txt

• initvmmap.exe + initvmmap.exe.txt

In such a structure should look like your Out folder, we must remember that the files and modules from the Old and New XIP-a given in the catalog from the old kernel, as more than FILES folders and modules, we have 4 files. Txt Kernel-old with a . We must remember that they are playing the first violin ... ... ..

To facilitate these files are:

1. PARTHDR.txt

2. ROMHDR.txt

3. MAP.physical.txt

4. MAP.txt *

* According to the MAP.txt, we will lay the entire section based on the addresses of its virtual memory.

As a rule looks like:

01fa01fe - 01fa01fe L00000000 Start: first DLL address

01fa01fe - 01feb000 L0004ae02 NUL

01feb000 - 01fec000 L00001000 initialized data of region_1 ceddk.dll

01fec000 - 01fed000 L00001000 initialized data of region_1 msflash.dll

01fed000 - 01fee000 L00001000 initialized data of region_1 relfsd.dll

01fee000 - 01fef000 L00001000 initialized data of region_2 cecompr.dll

01fef000 - 01ff0000 L00001000 initialized data of region_1 regenum.dll

01ff0000 - 01ff1000 L00001000 initialized data of region_1 pm.dll

01ff1000 - 01ff2000 L00001000 initialized data of region_1 mspart.dll

01ff2000 - 01ff3000 L00001000 initialized data of region_1 imgfs.dll

01ff3000 - 01ff4000 L00001000 initialized data of region_1 fsreplxfilt.dll

01ff4000 - 01ff5000 L00001000 initialized data of region_1 fsdmgr.dll

01ff5000 - 01ff6000 L00001000 initialized data of region_1 fatutil.dll

01ff6000 - 01ff7000 L00001000 initialized data of region_1 fatfsd.dll

01ff7000 - 01ff8000 L00001000 initialized data of region_1 encfilt.dll

01ff8000 - 01ff9000 L00001000 initialized data of region_1 diskcache.dll

01ff9000 - 01ffa000 L00001000 initialized data of region_1 devmgr.dll

01ffa000 - 01ffc000 L00002000 initialized data of region_1 Crypt32.dll

01ffc000 - 01ffd000 L00001000 initialized data of region_1 coredll.dll

01ffd000 - 01ffe000 L00001000 initialized data of region_1 certmod.dll

01ffe000 - 01fff000 L00001000 initialized data of region_1 cachefilt.dll

01fff000 - 02000000 L00001000 initialized data of region_1 busenum.dll

02000000 - 02000000 L00000000 End: last DLL address

02000000 - 03dc0000 L01dc0000 NUL

03dc0000 - 03dc6000 L00006000 Virtual base address of ceddk.dll

03dc6000 - 03dd0000 L0000a000 NUL

03dd0000 - 03dda000 L0000a000 Virtual base address of msflash.dll

03dda000 - 03de0000 L00006000 NUL

03de0000 - 03de7000 L00007000 Virtual base address of relfsd.dll

03de7000 - 03df0000 L00009000 NUL

03df0000 - 03df7000 L00007000 Virtual base address of cecompr.dll

03df7000 - 03e5e000 L00067000 NUL

03e5e000 - 03e62000 L00004000 Virtual base address of regenum.dll

03e62000 - 03e71000 L0000f000 Virtual base address of pm.dll

03e71000 - 03e79000 L00008000 Virtual base address of mspart.dll

03e79000 - 03e83000 L0000a000 Virtual base address of imgfs.dll

03e83000 - 03e8d000 L0000a000 Virtual base address of fsreplxfilt.dll

03e8d000 - 03ea2000 L00015000 Virtual base address of fsdmgr.dll

03ea2000 - 03eab000 L00009000 Virtual base address of fatutil.dll

03eab000 - 03ebe000 L00013000 Virtual base address of fatfsd.dll

03ebe000 - 03eca000 L0000c000 Virtual base address of encfilt.dll

03eca000 - 03ed0000 L00006000 Virtual base address of diskcache.dll

03ed0000 - 03edc000 L0000c000 Virtual base address of devmgr.dll

03edc000 - 03f4e000 L00072000 Virtual base address of Crypt32.dll

03f4e000 - 03fe4000 L00096000 Virtual base address of coredll.dll

03fe4000 - 03ff0000 L0000c000 Virtual base address of certmod.dll

03ff0000 - 03ffa000 L0000a000 Virtual base address of cachefilt.dll

03ffa000 - 04000000 L00006000 Virtual base address of busenum.dll

04000000 - 801c0000 L7c1c0000 NUL

Important: remember that in the final map, on the whole relocation, there was no exclamation ... ....

The substitution Address M'reloc help us, however, the need for each module in the file imageinfo.txt of change such as address change above in the application, otherwise your OS does not stand up ... ... ... ...

Support:

Budujemy nowy ROM: Przenoszenie XIP prawie na maksa

Budowa uniwersalnej kuchni - Portowanie ROM'u

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