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well, My mate has some little upgrade. He figured out the stuff and flashed gingerbread back. Now, he is preparing for jellybean. 

i also want to flash gb back help me please

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Yes, but not enough ; When I open the phone, vibrate 5 , then saw the intel logo, then there is no screen.HDMI connection TV Show and pictures.3.jpg1.jpg

 

 

well there's a problem with the ifwi file, maybe its not for x900  or did u notice the intel logo its different 

i have other ifwi file but they are not working too but i vibrate 2 times if i flash my phone from those file but dont boot up

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i think the files in the x500 & x900 flasher zip is the files for x500 as two filename start with lexug which i think stand for the intel processer code name present in xolo x500

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i have flash.xml file and all the bin files and i think they are for xolo x900 as they are named blb..... which i think means blackbay codename intel processer but they are not working for me any body want to try please ask :unsure:  :unsure:  :huh:  

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Disclaimer : Total n00b here!

 

Some insights...

"An SOC's Boot ROM is responsible for setting up the SOC to a very basic level (using the BCT), setting up SDRAM and figuring out where the boot loader is. This is typically capable of loading the boot loader from USB, SPI flash, UART, eMMC / SD card and NAND flash. The Boot ROM is part of the SOC and cannot be changed other than by making a new chip. Some Boot ROMs include security features which require that boot code be signed by a special tool. Typically, Boot ROM consists of 16-32 KB of code."

Trying to load an unlocked 'boot loader' from SD card might work?

http://www.chromium.org/chromium-os/firmware-update

 

Our SoC mode is similar to their emergency mode?

http://forums.wpcentral.com/huawei-ascend-w1/229445-those-who-get-their-w1-market-locked-china.html

 

There are multiple ways of booting up an SoC?

http://www.design-reuse.com/articles/21308/serial-boot-soc.html

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I came across this pdf file by intel which describes more features of the chipset in our devices. I found this page in the pdf file. This means there are more than one tool required to flash the device. The one we have here is I think the 'Mfg. Phone Flashing Tool' as shown in the screenshot.

This is the link to the pdf file: https://www.dropbox.com/s/eax0luedqdoynvj/IA%20based%20smartphone%20platforms.pdf

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I came across this pdf file by intel which describes more features of the chipset in our devices. I found this page in the pdf file. This means there are more than one tool required to flash the device. The one we have here is I think the 'Mfg. Phone Flashing Tool' as shown in the screenshot.

This is the link to the pdf file: https://www.dropbox.com/s/eax0luedqdoynvj/IA%20based%20smartphone%20platforms.pdf

I do believe you're correct, we need the 2nd one "Firmware Stitching and Flashing Tools" to possibly access the bootloader. Any suggestions? Who first posted the 'Mfg. Phone Flashing Tool'? Could they get access?

 

Edit :- well spotted by the way ;)

Edited by BlueMoonRising

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I do believe you're correct, we need the 2nd one "Firmware Stitching and Flashing Tools" to possibly access the bootloader. Any suggestions? Who first posted the 'Mfg. Phone Flashing Tool'? Could they get access?

 

Edit :- well spotted by the way ;)

Well I did a google search by the tool name and I get this: http://phone-flash-tool.software.informer.com/versions/

The version we have is actually an older version. Version 4.1 is the latest.

I guess Intel and Lava are holding back these tools from the users. We can get our hands on these tools only if they are leaked from these 2 sources. If Kabir Saini,  the creator of the thread can get these tools and share it with us then, maybe we can have a chance of unlocking the boot-loader.

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here is MFG flash tool : https://mega.co.nz/#F!0UlDnLLR!IuQdqFqT-oIXtvRlQNtLBw

But it seems like quite the same as phone flash tool. I will try ... Otherwise I have the same problem as mohit.2

5 Vibration that boot, IFWI with 2 vibrations that doesn't boot unfortunatly

No your tool is different. Might be the right tool actually. The main setup file 'ManufacturingFlashTool' is of 5MB whereas the file uploaded in the first pot is of 10MB. The difference can be known by the size itself.

But i believe you will need some files from the first post of this thread to flash your device. Like:

'IFWI_GI_DV1.0_v0E.BB_CAAB_PPD',

'LEXUG-droidboot_ota-CAAK-POS',

'CAAB-Signed_PNW_D1_FWR_DnX.FD.07',

'CAAB-Signed_PNW_D1_OSR_DnX.0D.08'

and 'LEXUG-recovery_ota'

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some people 3 months ago hacked into ftp server of xolo and released the password and username in public which has changed no i downloaded the most of the file to my google drive and they have the same phone flash tool.

ican share my drive files if anyone want to see

i visited xolo servive centre and those assholes dont know how to repair it they says its dead now

but niw i have given it to a private service center auth. by xolo hope that they can repair it

i think the problem is with the gf codes we are using with the flasher there is a post where rick tried flasher with different codes

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www.modaco.com/topic/355005-the-san-diego-hacking-topic-root-progress-etc/page-33

read this topic

I never realised Ricky had access to an official flasher. That was before my time on here.

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i think the problem is with the gf codes we are using with the flasher there is a post where rick tried flasher with different codes 

 

For sure, when I try to flash "IFWI_GI_DV1.0_v0E.BB_CAAB_PPD" with the following GP flag : "0x80000094" that does not work. There are 5 vibrations and that is all. However with "0x80000005" that works.

So for the IFWI with 2 vibrations ....

Edited by Jul655

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For sure, when I try to flash "IFWI_GI_DV1.0_v0E.BB_CAAB_PPD" with the following GP flag : "0x80000094" that does not work. There are 5 vibrations and that is all. However with "0x80000005 " that works.

So for the IFWI with 2 vibrations ....

try using gt code 0x80000023, 0x80000080, 0x80000041

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i think different ifwi need different gt codes

i asked intel guys for the problem but they are not helping and some people at xda have done the same thing and they know more about this but are not replying now

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http://support.moulnisky.com/index.php?dir=Xolo/Xolo%20X900/

Each are delivered with a different update.zip

X900:  Update.zip = 329 009 Ko

 

IFWI: IFWI_PR3.3_v05.A5_CAAK_PPD_ARB.bin

FW_DNX: CAAK_SIGNED_PNW_D1_FWR_DnX.FD.05.bin

OS_DNX: CAAK-SIGNED_PNW_D1_OSR_DnX.0D.07.bin

RECOVERY: BKB4ATI-recovery_ota.img

KBOOT: BKB4ATI-droidboot_ota-CAAK-POS.bin

 

X900new: Update.zip = 323 653 Ko

 

IFWI: IFWI_PR3.3_v05.B1_CAAK_PPD.bin

FW_DNX: CAAK-Signed_PNW_D1_FWR_DnX.FD.07.bin

OS_DNX: CAAK-Signed_PNW_D1_OSR_DnX.0D.08.bin

RECOVERY: BKB4ATI-recovery_ota.img

KBOOT: BKB4ATI-droidboot_ota-CAAK-POS.bin

 

 

I put in green colour, the difference of name, however the size is same.

 

I tried with these different packages and :

0x80000023 : 12%

 

INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: IFW flash started - SN : AA30B98FAB484785

01/29/14 18:43:55.838 INFO : Disabling xFSTK wipe out ifwi option

01/29/14 18:43:55.838 INFO : Disabling xFSTK Misc DnX

01/29/14 18:43:56.043 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-STATUS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 Error Code: 0 - Success

01/29/14 18:43:56.043 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-STATUS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 PASS

01/29/14 18:43:56.043 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-STATUS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 Firmware download skipped. Continuing to OS...

01/29/14 18:44:14.158 WARNING: Port 0/1/5 #0: Retry IFW Flashing - Serial: AA30B98FAB484785

01/29/14 18:44:15.158 WARNING: Port 0/1/5 #0: Retry IFW Flashing - Serial: AA30B98FAB484785

 

01/29/14 18:44:16.158 ERROR : Port 0/1/5 #0: IFW flash failed - SN : AA30B98FAB484785

 

0x80000041 : 12%

 

Port 0/1/5 #0: IFW flash started - SN : AA30B98FAB484785

01/29/14 18:42:21.205 INFO : Disabling xFSTK wipe out ifwi option

01/29/14 18:42:21.205 INFO : Disabling xFSTK Misc DnX

01/29/14 18:42:21.410 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-STATUS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 FW download is in progress ...

01/29/14 18:42:21.419 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-PROGRESS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 4

01/29/14 18:42:23.461 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-STATUS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 Battery power is okay, continue FW download ...

01/29/14 18:42:23.463 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-PROGRESS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 8

01/29/14 18:42:23.465 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-PROGRESS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 12

01/29/14 18:42:23.580 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-PROGRESS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 16

01/29/14 18:42:24.083 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-PROGRESS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 20

01/29/14 18:42:24.141 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-PROGRESS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 24

01/29/14 18:42:24.198 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-PROGRESS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 28

01/29/14 18:42:24.256 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-PROGRESS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 32

01/29/14 18:42:24.314 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-PROGRESS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 36

01/29/14 18:42:24.364 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-PROGRESS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 40

01/29/14 18:42:24.511 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-PROGRESS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 44

01/29/14 18:42:24.645 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-PROGRESS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 48

01/29/14 18:42:24.783 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-PROGRESS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 52

01/29/14 18:42:24.809 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-PROGRESS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 56

01/29/14 18:42:25.274 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-PROGRESS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 60

01/29/14 18:42:25.331 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-PROGRESS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 64

01/29/14 18:42:25.389 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-PROGRESS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 68

01/29/14 18:42:25.447 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-PROGRESS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 72

01/29/14 18:42:25.505 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-PROGRESS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 76

01/29/14 18:42:25.554 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-PROGRESS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 80

01/29/14 18:42:25.703 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-PROGRESS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 84

01/29/14 18:42:25.838 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-PROGRESS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 88

01/29/14 18:42:25.977 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-PROGRESS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 92

01/29/14 18:42:25.995 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-PROGRESS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 100

01/29/14 18:42:25.995 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-STATUS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 Error Code: 0 - Success

01/29/14 18:42:25.996 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-STATUS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 PASS

01/29/14 18:42:25.996 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-STATUS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 Firmware download completed. Continuing to OS...

01/29/14 18:42:44.097 WARNING: Port 0/1/5 #0: Retry IFW Flashing - Serial: AA30B98FAB484785

01/29/14 18:42:45.098 WARNING: Port 0/1/5 #0: Retry IFW Flashing - Serial: AA30B98FAB484785

01/29/14 18:42:46.098 ERROR : Port 0/1/5 #0: IFW flash failed - SN : AA30B98FAB484785

 

 

0x80000080 : 25%, 

 

Port 0/1/5 #0: IFW flash started - SN : AA30B98FAB484785

01/29/14 18:44:50.797 INFO : Disabling xFSTK wipe out ifwi option

01/29/14 18:44:50.797 INFO : Disabling xFSTK Misc DnX

01/29/14 18:44:51.003 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-STATUS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 FW download is in progress ...

01/29/14 18:44:51.012 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-PROGRESS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 4

01/29/14 18:44:53.054 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-STATUS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 Battery power is okay, continue FW download ...

01/29/14 18:44:53.056 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-PROGRESS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 8

01/29/14 18:44:53.058 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-PROGRESS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 12

01/29/14 18:44:53.173 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-PROGRESS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 16

01/29/14 18:44:53.677 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-PROGRESS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 20

01/29/14 18:44:53.734 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-PROGRESS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 24

01/29/14 18:44:53.793 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-PROGRESS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 28

01/29/14 18:44:53.851 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-PROGRESS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 32

01/29/14 18:44:53.908 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-PROGRESS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 36

01/29/14 18:44:53.958 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-PROGRESS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 40

01/29/14 18:44:54.105 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-PROGRESS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 44

01/29/14 18:44:54.244 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-PROGRESS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 48

01/29/14 18:44:54.383 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-PROGRESS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 52

01/29/14 18:44:54.410 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-PROGRESS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 56

01/29/14 18:44:54.873 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-PROGRESS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 60

01/29/14 18:44:54.931 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-PROGRESS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 64

01/29/14 18:44:54.988 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-PROGRESS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 68

01/29/14 18:44:55.046 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-PROGRESS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 72

01/29/14 18:44:55.104 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-PROGRESS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 76

01/29/14 18:44:55.154 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-PROGRESS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 80

01/29/14 18:44:55.301 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-PROGRESS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 84

01/29/14 18:44:55.436 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-PROGRESS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 88

01/29/14 18:44:55.574 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-PROGRESS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 92

01/29/14 18:44:55.592 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-PROGRESS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 100

01/29/14 18:44:55.592 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-STATUS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 Error Code: 0 - Success

01/29/14 18:44:55.592 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-STATUS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 PASS

01/29/14 18:44:55.593 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-STATUS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 Firmware only download completed.

01/29/14 18:44:56.693 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: IFW flash success - SN : AA30B98FAB484785

01/29/14 18:47:55.833 ERROR : Port 0/1/5 #0: Device on port 0/1/5 #0 timeout to enum adb (TIMEOUT = 180)

 

I got same results for these 2 packages.

Edited by Jul655

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try using gt code 0x80000023, 0x80000080, 0x80000041

http://support.moulnisky.com/index.php?dir=Xolo/Xolo%20X900/

Each are delivered with a different update.zip

X900: Update.zip = 329 009 Ko

IFWI: IFWI_PR3.3_v05.A5_CAAK_PPD_ARB.bin

FW_DNX: CAAK_SIGNED_PNW_D1_FWR_DnX.FD.05.bin

OS_DNX: CAAK-SIGNED_PNW_D1_OSR_DnX.0D.07.bin

RECOVERY: BKB4ATI-recovery_ota.img

KBOOT: BKB4ATI-droidboot_ota-CAAK-POS.bin

X900new: Update.zip = 323 653 Ko

IFWI: IFWI_PR3.3_v05.B1_CAAK_PPD.bin

FW_DNX: CAAK-Signed_PNW_D1_FWR_DnX.FD.07.bin

OS_DNX: CAAK-Signed_PNW_D1_OSR_DnX.0D.08.bin

RECOVERY: BKB4ATI-recovery_ota.img

KBOOT: BKB4ATI-droidboot_ota-CAAK-POS.bin

I put in green colour, the difference of name, however the size is same.

I tried with these different packages and :

0x00000023 : 12%

0x00000041 : 12%

0x00000080 : 25%,

I got same results for these 2 packages.

i said gt flag 0x80000023 check yourself and try again :(:blink::(:(:(:(:lol::D:D:D:lol::(

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I never realised Ricky had access to an official flasher. That was before my time on here.

www.modaco.com/topic/355005-the-san-diego-hacking-topic-root-progress-etc/page-45

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http://support.moulnisky.com/index.php?dir=Xolo/Xolo%20X900/

Each are delivered with a different update.zip

X900:  Update.zip = 329 009 Ko

 

IFWI: IFWI_PR3.3_v05.A5_CAAK_PPD_ARB.bin

FW_DNX: CAAK_SIGNED_PNW_D1_FWR_DnX.FD.05.bin

OS_DNX: CAAK-SIGNED_PNW_D1_OSR_DnX.0D.07.bin

RECOVERY: BKB4ATI-recovery_ota.img

KBOOT: BKB4ATI-droidboot_ota-CAAK-POS.bin

 

X900new: Update.zip = 323 653 Ko

 

IFWI: IFWI_PR3.3_v05.B1_CAAK_PPD.bin

FW_DNX: CAAK-Signed_PNW_D1_FWR_DnX.FD.07.bin

OS_DNX: CAAK-Signed_PNW_D1_OSR_DnX.0D.08.bin

RECOVERY: BKB4ATI-recovery_ota.img

KBOOT: BKB4ATI-droidboot_ota-CAAK-POS.bin

 

 

I put in green colour, the difference of name, however the size is same.

 

 

01/29/14 18:44:55.593 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: XFSTK-STATUS SN: AA30B98FAB484785 Firmware only download completed.

01/29/14 18:44:56.693 INFO : Port 0/1/5 #0: IFW flash success - SN : AA30B98FAB484785

01/29/14 18:47:55.833 ERROR : Port 0/1/5 #0: Device on port 0/1/5 #0 timeout to enum adb (TIMEOUT = 180)

Doesn't that last line in red just indicate that it can't find adb?

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Has anybody tried installing CWM or TWRP on our devices? I think the tab called 'Provision' can be used to install custom recovery on the device. I am not sure if that will Brick the device though.

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Has anybody tried installing CWM or TWRP on our devices? I think the tab called 'Provision' can be used to install custom recovery on the device. I am not sure if that will Brick the device though.

i dnt think it will work

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