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Thanks for your very detailed tutorial. I am totally new to the whole smartphone flashing, etc. Issues and thus having problems getting started on the right foot. I do not want to brick my smartphone. But I am having problems already with the first step of your tutorial. My smartphone is connected via USB to my Win7 PC.
I have installed Java EE - Eclipse with the Android SDK Manager. But now I am stuck. How do I get to run ADB? How do I get access to the firmware info? Your ADB screenshot seems to be from a Linux OS? Thanks for the great step by step tutorial. I did a read back of the recovery image.
Then I did a CWM backup and compared both files but the file size was different. Instead of read method 'Read Page Only' i tried 'Read Page With ECC' and then both files compared equal. I wanted to go all the way so i tried to download the file to my phone Select 'Download' in the Flash Tool Check 'Recovery' Double click 'Recovery' and select the recovery.img from the 'read back' Click 'Download' Plug in phone (powered off) I have an error saying: EBOOT ERROR: (16008) [Android Partition size changed!
[HINT] Partial images download error. The following partitions must be downloaded all together.
Something i did wrong? Thank you for quick response. Just to clarify, that is the script from 'MTK-6573-BakUpTool.rar': Dumped the ROM manually via the script but was a bit worried about the yaffs partition conversion thing, what is that all about?
Generated scatter file, checked the positions with the hex calc and I guess the phone is backed up now:-) MTK Droid Root & Tools is also a windows app:-( Now if I may be a little OT, but how do I flash back the partitions if the need arises? Found about mobile uncle tools, but it is for flashing CWM recovery only.
Removed the VCOM drivers, and reattempted the whole thing of plugging in USB while keeping VOL-UP pressed, to start the 'readback', but didn't go through. Used Nirsoft USBDeview to watch for the 'PreLoader USB VCOM (Android)' device, to see what is going on. Realized that when I plug-in the USB cable, the device turns green (become Active), momentarily, but then again becomes inactive.
The VCOM driver is identified as COM66. Keeping the VOL-UP pressed (or not), doesn't seem to have any difference, in terms of the outcome. Alternatively doing the same keeping VOL-UP and POWER button pressed does nothing either, i.e. The Readback doesn't seem to start.
As mentioned in my previous post, the peculiarity of this device is that to enter Recovery-mode, I need to press POWER, keeping VOL-UP and VOL-DN pressed as well (simultaneously). Tried even that sequence, and still no progress. I have adb installed. All drivers of the phone, everything correctly. When I write the command 'adb shell' and then 'cat / proc / mtd'. There appears a list of files. Just writing appears dev: size: erasesize: name: and nothing underneath.
I type 'adb shell cat / proc / mtd> / sdcard / firmware.info.' And it saves the aquivo 'firmware.info' the sdcard. But when I open the file with the 'MTK Rom Studio' is all blank. Nothing appears in the list. See the images.
Could anyone help me? I use the 'Windows 7 64bits' Image 01: Image 02: Image 03: http://upload.crazzy.com.br/pictures/623c1ecb9086d8c02567e257a7732d63.jpg.