Monday, 27 February 2012

NSS pro v 0.34 - Lumia Flashing


There is a new version of NSS pro, what's new:

26 Feb 2012, v 0.34

- A bug fix when wrong refresh data from a node was crashing the server
- Client updated to refresh the server when not working on a job
so the status of online nodes is visible from the monitor
- New Tools tab added, cod file calculation moved from Simlocks->Misc
to Tools->SX-5
- Added RPL file calculation for DCT4/DCT4PLUS phones with TI UPP
processor(Tools->TDS-6 tab)
- SL3 Public Servers list updated to show each server status - online
or offline
- Nokia WP7 flashing implemented (Lumia 800,710,etc)

Special thanks to dzirt for excelent work on reversing the Lumia flash
protocol and help with debugging

Here how a successful log should look like:

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Checking file selection...Done. File selection: ---------------- Directory: C:\ProgramData\Nokia\Packages\Products\RM-819\ File0 (flash): RM801_11w50_1_prod_generic_nokia_osbl.esco File1 (flash): RM801_11w50_1_prod_generic_amss.esco File2 (flash): RM801_11w50_1_prod_generic_adsp.esco File3 (flash): RM801_11501_prod_222_02_boot.esco File4 (flash): RM801_11w50_1_prod_generic_user_area_erase.esco --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Checking interface...Done. Scanning files...... ------------------------------------------ Checking File: RM801_11w50_1_prod_generic_nokia_osbl.esco Total size: 954616 bytes Section: nokia_osbl.mbn - data container (953896 bytes) Section: nokia_osbl.mbn.cert - data container (480 bytes) Section: nokia_osbl.mbn - info header Section: nokia_osbl.mbn.cert - info header ------------------------------------------ Checking File: RM801_11w50_1_prod_generic_amss.esco Total size: 20498763 bytes Section: amss.mbn.enc - data container (20498062 bytes) Section: amss.mbn.cert - data container (477 bytes) Section: amss.mbn.enc - info header Section: amss.mbn.cert - info header ------------------------------------------ Checking File: RM801_11w50_1_prod_generic_adsp.esco Total size: 5620106 bytes Section: adsp.mbn.enc - data container (5619405 bytes) Section: adsp.mbn.cert - data container (477 bytes) Section: adsp.mbn.enc - info header Section: adsp.mbn.cert - info header ------------------------------------------ Checking File: RM801_11501_prod_222_02_boot.esco Total size: 396507448 bytes Section: boot.img - data container (396505600 bytes) Section: boot.img.cert - data container (1632 bytes) Section: boot.img - info header Section: boot.img.cert - info header ------------------------------------------ Checking File: RM801_11w50_1_prod_generic_user_area_erase.esco Total size: 562 bytes Section: user_area_erase.cert - data container (424 bytes) Section: user_area_erase.cert - info header Scanning done. The parser seems to be able to handle those files. Will try flashing: Done Enter flash mode...Done Enter bootloader mode...Done Boot version: ------------------------------------------ Flash File: RM801_11w50_1_prod_generic_nokia_osbl.esco Sending certificate...Done. Sending file...Done. ------------------------------------------ Flash File: RM801_11w50_1_prod_generic_amss.esco Sending certificate...Done. Sending file...Done. ------------------------------------------ Flash File: RM801_11w50_1_prod_generic_adsp.esco Sending certificate...Done. Sending file...Done. ------------------------------------------ Flash File: RM801_11501_prod_222_02_boot.esco Sending certificate...Done. Sending file...Done. ------------------------------------------ Flash File: RM801_11w50_1_prod_generic_user_area_erase.esco Sending certificate...Done. Sending file...Done. ------------------------------------------ Restart and exit flash mode...Done

 Notes on Flashing: Updating of the firmware of your Nokia requires
almost full erase and then restore of your phone. The protocols are
implemented to the best of my ability and intention, but as clean
room reverse engineering is used, there is always a possibility for
errors and dead phones as result. Please understand that you perform
Flashing on your own risk and sometimes it can result in completely
bricked phone. Best advice is always to have at hand another flashing
box (original or 3rd party) with active suppport, so you can restore
your phone if something goes wrong. Flashing is free feature and is
not part of the annual subscription of NSS, so no support can be given


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