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kick 2017-08-08 12:37

probably broke my n9
 
i have a issue i am not able to flash n9 firmware on my nokia heres the log output any help wuld be appriciated
(note i did install the 001 vershion earlier is there any way i can overcome this)
Microsoft Windows [Version 10.0.14393]
(c)TEAMOS [?X?S?Y & tomeCar]

C:\Windows\system32>cd C:\Program Files\Nokia\Flasher

C:\Program Files\Nokia\Flasher>flasher -f -F asian.bin
flasher 3.12.1 (Oct 6 2011) Harmattan
WARNING: This tool is intended for professional use only. Using it may result
in permanently damaging your device or losing the warranty.

Ping attempt 1 (250 ms)
Server application: 1.7.2
Found product RM-696 rev. 1603
Server implements softupd protocol version 1.8
Image SW version DFL61_HARMATTAN_40.2012.21-3_PR_005
Image moslo not present
Image mmc not present
Image tar skipped
Image config skipped

Battery level 20 %, continuing.

image [state progress transfer flash speed]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
[_] cert-sw [init 0 % 0 / 0 kB NA ]
[ ] cmt-2nd [pending 0 % 0 / 0 kB NA ]
[ ] cmt-algo [pending 0 % 0 / 0 kB NA ]
[ ] cmt-mcusw [pending 0 % 0 / 0 kB NA ]
[ ] xloader [pending 0 % 0 / 0 kB NA ]
[ ] secondary [pending 0 % 0 / 0 kB NA ]
[ ] kernel [pending 0 % 0 / 0 kB NA ]
[ ] rootfs [pending 0 % 0 / 0 kB NA ]
ERROR: SU_GET_UPDATE_STATUS_REQ terminated with error code 10: Security failure

image [state progress transfer flash speed]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
[f] cert-sw [init 0 % 1 / 1 kB NA ]
[ ] cmt-2nd [pending 0 % 0 / 0 kB NA ]
[ ] cmt-algo [pending 0 % 0 / 0 kB NA ]
[ ] cmt-mcusw [pending 0 % 0 / 0 kB NA ]
[ ] xloader [pending 0 % 0 / 0 kB NA ]
[ ] secondary [pending 0 % 0 / 0 kB NA ]
[ ] kernel [pending 0 % 0 / 0 kB NA ]
[ ] rootfs [pending 0 % 0 / 0 kB NA ]
Fetching error list:
========================================
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
Downgrade disallowed (1338190008)
[Pipe 0] Finishing in error state with status 10
========================================

ERROR: Failed to flash images

please help me breathe life into my n9 one more time(also what the hell is the security faliure thingy)

kick 2017-08-08 12:51

Re: probably broke my n9
 
also note my original firmware was pr003 witch still gives the same warning

mike727 2017-08-08 12:54

Re: probably broke my n9
 
I'm only a novice, but I see "Downgrade Disallowed" at the end of the log. That might be the only problem.
You can only flash the same firmware or upgrade (incrementing numbers; 001, 002......), you may never be able to downgrade. Chinese firmware is generally avoided since it imposes added restrictions to future flashing.

Edit: if your going from 003 to 005 and get errors, you may need to use '003 firmware' to flash cmt (see recovering from flash errors).

kick 2017-08-08 12:58

Re: probably broke my n9
 
still can i go from 001 to 005? as i had that at the time of flashing (and yes i did do i downgrade once from 003 to 001 and suprisingly it did work then and now it wont)

kick 2017-08-08 13:11

Re: probably broke my n9
 
guess ill try the 001 again

juiceme 2017-08-08 13:13

Re: probably broke my n9
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by kick (Post 1532265)
still can i go from 001 to 005? as i had that at the time of flashing (and yes i did do i downgrade once from 003 to 001 and suprisingly it did work then and now it wont)

No, you cannot downgrade from 003 to 001 with normal tools.

kick 2017-08-08 14:04

Re: probably broke my n9
 
are there other tools that can flash a n9?

kick 2017-08-08 14:12

Re: probably broke my n9
 
also any way to cold flash the n9?

kick 2017-08-08 14:15

Re: probably broke my n9
 
ok so i figured somestuff out is it possible to upgrade from 006 to 009 and then from 009 to 001?(while staying on pr1.3 as i cant appear to find any other firmware variant)

mr_pingu 2017-08-08 14:32

Re: probably broke my n9
 
Two possible ways:

https://talk.maemo.org/showpost.php?...6&postcount=18
https://talk.maemo.org/showpost.php?...0&postcount=19

https://talk.maemo.org/showpost.php?...0&postcount=33

kick 2017-08-08 16:25

Re: probably broke my n9
 
can you give me quick steps for the process i need to do to rewrite cert-sw as i probably am stuck on pr006 itll be really helpful if you could explain a little about what i have to do

BTW i have got the n9 back (but on pr006 which sucks as no cmt)
i have developer mode
and have aegis

mr_pingu 2017-08-08 18:04

Re: probably broke my n9
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by kick (Post 1532276)
can you give me quick steps for the process i need to do to rewrite cert-sw as i probably am stuck on pr006 itll be really helpful if you could explain a little about what i have to do

BTW i have got the n9 back (but on pr006 which sucks as no cmt)
i have developer mode
and have aegis

From the third link I gave you:

Step 1: Obtain an older cert.
A: Dump it from your /dev/mtd1 or B: use the cert from that post.

Step 2: rename the the cert and place it in '/root/' so you end up with '/root/cert.bin'

for example:
Code:

cp /home/user/MyDocs/cert-DFL61_HARMATTAN_40.2012.21-3_PR_001.bin /root/cert.bin
Step 3: Install that deb (compile it yourself from source, if you want)
note it has to be installed from com.nokia.maemo origin. So you need to have aegis-install hack.

Step 4: Invoke cal-writer as root from command-line.


NO GUARANTEES as I never tried it myself.

kick 2017-08-08 21:52

Re: probably broke my n9
 
i did the steps you said but it gives an error

Error: open(/dev/mtd1): permission denied
couldnt open cal for writing

and before you say yes i did install it by doing
aegis-dpkg -i <file address>
also i did have the cert.bin in the root directory and yes i did run it as root

EDIT: i tried it out with inception privleges and it probably worked
the last thing it says is
debug: 2: nand_write: 4096 bytes to 0x000e3000 retval : 0
is that a good sign? even if it is or isnt ima try flashing and tell please gimme the news while im flashing

mr_pingu 2017-08-08 22:09

Re: probably broke my n9
 
You can't be in openmode, as it disables writing to CAL. Are you?
Else try this and try again

Code:

chown root:root /dev/mtd1
If that doesn't work you need to figure out why you don't have all rights to write to CAL. I can't think of what's blocking that.

If it works you need to change the owner of mtd1 back:
Code:

chown cal:cal /dev/mtd1

kick 2017-08-08 22:43

Re: probably broke my n9
 
my man it worked im on pr001 now im just waiting for zeroise to finish its thing so that i can check if the cmt flashing of the pr003 works damn thanks man youre a genius i might just use my n9 as a daily driver now

inception does actually add a whole new level of accessibility

kick 2017-08-08 23:05

Re: probably broke my n9
 
heres the output of the flash
Code:

C:\Windows\system32>cd C:\Program Files\Nokia\Flasher

C:\Program Files\Nokia\Flasher>flasher -f -F DFL61_HARMATTAN_40.2012.21-3_PR_LEGACY_001-OEM1-958_ARM.bin --erase-user-da
ta=secure
flasher 3.12.1 (Oct  6 2011) Harmattan
WARNING: This tool is intended for professional use only. Using it may result
in permanently damaging your device or losing the warranty.

Ping attempt 1 (250 ms)
Server application: 1.7.2
Found product RM-696 rev. 1603
Server implements softupd protocol version 1.8

Battery level 78 %, continuing.
Erasing, this may take a while.
Erase done.
Image SW version DFL61_HARMATTAN_40.2012.21-3_PR_001
Image moslo not present
Image mmc not present
Image tar skipped
Image config skipped

Battery level 81 %, continuing.

    image        [state    progress        transfer    flash speed]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
[x] cert-sw      [finished  100 %      1 /      1 kB      NA    ]
[x] cmt-2nd      [finished  100 %      95 /      95 kB      NA    ]
[x] cmt-algo    [finished  100 %    789 /    789 kB      NA    ]
[_] cmt-mcusw    [finishing    0 %    6050 /    6050 kB    3066 kB/s]
[x] xloader      [finished  100 %      23 /      23 kB      NA    ]
[x] secondary    [finished  100 %      94 /      94 kB      NA    ]
[x] kernel      [finished  100 %    2714 /    2714 kB    3100 kB/s]
[_] rootfs      [writing    56 %  664576 / 1170282 kB    5423 kB/s]
ERROR: SU_GET_UPDATE_STATUS_REQ terminated with error code 1: Unknown error

    image        [state    progress        transfer    flash speed]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
[x] cert-sw      [finished  100 %      1 /      1 kB      NA    ]
[x] cmt-2nd      [finished  100 %      95 /      95 kB      NA    ]
[x] cmt-algo    [finished  100 %    789 /    789 kB      NA    ]
[f] cmt-mcusw    [finishing    0 %    6050 /    6050 kB    3066 kB/s]
[x] xloader      [finished  100 %      23 /      23 kB      NA    ]
[x] secondary    [finished  100 %      94 /      94 kB      NA    ]
[x] kernel      [finished  100 %    2714 /    2714 kB    3100 kB/s]
[x] rootfs      [finished  100 % 1170282 / 1170282 kB    6160 kB/s]
Fetching error list:
========================================
Update content failed to verify against cert: SW certificate not updated
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
MTC_NOS_READY not received
MTC_NOS_READY not received
MTC_NOS_READY not received
CMT RFS failed
[Pipe  7] Finishing in error state with status 1
========================================

ERROR: Failed to flash images

C:\Program Files\Nokia\Flasher>flasher -f -F DFL61_HARMATTAN_40.2012.21-3_PR_LEGACY_001-OEM1-958_ARM.bin -F Emmc.bin -M
flasher 3.12.1 (Oct  6 2011) Harmattan
WARNING: This tool is intended for professional use only. Using it may result
in permanently damaging your device or losing the warranty.

Ping attempt 1 (250 ms)
Server application: 1.7.2
Found product RM-696 rev. 1603
Server implements softupd protocol version 1.8
Image SW version DFL61_HARMATTAN_40.2012.21-3_PR_001
Image cmt-2nd skipped
Image cmt-algo skipped
Image cmt-mcusw skipped
Image xloader skipped
Image secondary skipped
Image kernel skipped
Image moslo skipped
Image rootfs skipped
Image tar skipped
Image config skipped

Battery level 82 %, continuing.

    image        [state    progress        transfer    flash speed]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
[x] cert-sw      [finished  100 %      1 /      1 kB      NA    ]
[x] mmc          [finished  100 %  261587 /  261587 kB    5745 kB/s]
Success

C:\Program Files\Nokia\Flasher>flasher -f -F china.bin --flash-only=cmt
flasher 3.12.1 (Oct  6 2011) Harmattan
WARNING: This tool is intended for professional use only. Using it may result
in permanently damaging your device or losing the warranty.

Ping attempt 1 (250 ms)
Server application: 1.7.2
Found product RM-696 rev. 1603
Server implements softupd protocol version 1.8
Image SW version DFL61_HARMATTAN_40.2012.21-3_PR_003
Image cert-sw skipped
Image xloader skipped
Image secondary skipped
Image kernel skipped
Image moslo skipped
Image rootfs skipped
Image mmc skipped
Image tar skipped
Image config skipped

Battery level 83 %, continuing.

    image        [state    progress        transfer    flash speed]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
[x] cmt-2nd      [finished  100 %      95 /      95 kB      NA    ]
[x] cmt-algo    [finished  100 %    789 /    789 kB      NA    ]
[_] cmt-mcusw    [finishing  75 %    6050 /    6050 kB    3160 kB/s]
ERROR: SU_GET_UPDATE_STATUS_REQ terminated with error code 1: Unknown error

    image        [state    progress        transfer    flash speed]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
[x] cmt-2nd      [finished  100 %      95 /      95 kB      NA    ]
[x] cmt-algo    [finished  100 %    789 /    789 kB      NA    ]
[f] cmt-mcusw    [finishing    0 %    6050 /    6050 kB    3160 kB/s]
Fetching error list:
========================================
Update content failed to verify against cert: SW certificate not updated
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
Update content failed to verify against cert: SW certificate not updated
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
MTC_POWER_OFF not received
CMT RFS failed
[Pipe  2] Finishing in error state with status 1
========================================

ERROR: Failed to flash images

C:\Program Files\Nokia\Flasher>

cmt still wont flash if theres any fix for that will have the n9 back to speed

mike727 2017-08-08 23:38

Re: probably broke my n9
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by kick (Post 1532302)
cmt still wont flash if theres any fix for that will have the n9 back to speed

edit: just realised that this is repeating info, sorry.

If the phone has ever been flashed with 003, cmt might only be flashed using 003, as you see here.
Code:

flasher -f -F old(003)_main.bin --flash-only=cmt

mr_pingu 2017-08-09 07:58

Re: probably broke my n9
 
Oh boy you have damaged CMT hardware or software. In your case it's software because only CMT-mcusw fails, the other CMT parts ARE flashed, actually a good sign.
Basically if you flash new RPL file specifically for your phone it might be fixed. Unfortunately, we can't get these files from Nokia anymore. We wouldn't anyway because they were only sold to repair-shop owners / Nokia Service Centers. So that option is striked.
For users that have a working N9, there are tools out there that can backup RPL. Google RPL + BB5.
Addition from what I read; It seems that you can create RPL from PM backup. Making a PM backup and then make RPL from it and write RPL might fix it too.

The thing is we need to flash CMT of 003 variant. But we are running a bit out of options, unfortunately.

But there things you can try, what happens if you upgrade everything to 003?

Else we must resort to more experimental methods and that's a long time ago for me. In the symbian days we could use JAF over USB to flash almost everything. Now we need sort of the same thing, to force flash the right CMT.

The options are listed below, again no guarantees.

I would start to examine JAF, you probably need windows XP for this, 7 may work too but I am not sure of win10. You might one to tick dead-phone/usb mode.

Maybe Cyclone Box software can be hacked to work over USB too.Or maybe it works out of the box over USB. I don't know.

Otherwise BB5 service tool by Infinity Team might help you.

Really these are experimental waters, to see if we can revive it.
As last option would be to optain a flash-box, but then no guarantees that that will work.


EDIT: I'm trying to examine the errors from your logs. Then I found this: https://bugs.maemo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=7433. Some suggest to try different PC / OS. Might help.
Suggestion 2:
Also try with --no-preserve
Suggestion 3: Check if firmware files are not corrupt.

kick 2017-08-09 13:54

Re: probably broke my n9
 
i tried using --no-preserve got the same result heres the output
Code:

C:\Windows\system32>cd C:\Program Files\Nokia\Flasher

C:\Program Files\Nokia\Flasher>flasher -f -F china.bin --flash-only=cmt --no-preserve
flasher 3.12.1 (Oct  6 2011) Harmattan
Warning: --no-preserve is not recommended, instead use erase commands
WARNING: This tool is intended for professional use only. Using it may result
in permanently damaging your device or losing the warranty.

Suitable USB interface (bootloader/phonet) not found, waiting...
Found device RM-696, hardware revision 1603
NOLO version 2.3.6
Version of 'sw-release': DFL61_HARMATTAN_40.2012.21-3_PR_001
Sending ape-algo image (7096 kB)...
100% (7096 of 7096 kB, avg. 14024 kB/s)
Suitable USB interface (phonet) not found, waiting...
Ping attempt 1 (250 ms)
Server application: 1.7.2
Found product RM-696 rev. 1603
Server implements softupd protocol version 1.8
Image SW version DFL61_HARMATTAN_40.2012.21-3_PR_003
Image cert-sw skipped
Image xloader skipped
Image secondary skipped
Image kernel skipped
Image moslo skipped
Image rootfs skipped
Image mmc skipped
Image tar skipped
Image config skipped

Battery level 77 %, continuing.

    image        [state    progress        transfer    flash speed]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
[x] cmt-2nd      [finished  100 %      95 /      95 kB      NA    ]
[x] cmt-algo    [finished  100 %    789 /    789 kB      NA    ]
[_] cmt-mcusw    [finishing  75 %    6050 /    6050 kB    3240 kB/s]
ERROR: SU_GET_UPDATE_STATUS_REQ terminated with error code 1: Unknown error

    image        [state    progress        transfer    flash speed]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
[x] cmt-2nd      [finished  100 %      95 /      95 kB      NA    ]
[x] cmt-algo    [finished  100 %    789 /    789 kB      NA    ]
[f] cmt-mcusw    [finishing    0 %    6050 /    6050 kB    3240 kB/s]
Fetching error list:
========================================
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
MTC_POWER_OFF not received
CMT RFS failed
[Pipe  2] Finishing in error state with status 1
========================================

ERROR: Failed to flash images

so --no-preserve didnt help i also tried with windows 7 same result
so it seems that when i accedintally flashed the 006 firm it mustve overwritten my cmt-mcusw as i did the zeroise thing and wont let me reflash the cmt completely even on another zero hmm interisting probably needs more checking i dunno if even inception can help at this point as i dunno what state its in

kick 2017-08-09 13:55

Re: probably broke my n9
 
also the files are good i downloaded around 3 of the same firmware from diffrent sources(the chinese 003 firm) and all gave the same result probably not the file's fault

kick 2017-08-09 14:02

Re: probably broke my n9
 
i was wondering is it possible to write the cmt partition completely as in /dev/cmt with the files in the 003 variant dumped from another n9 by using aegis and inception in conjugation to delete the cmt completely and paste the new files there

EDIT-probably a recipie for brick but still is it possible and if it is can some link the dumped files

mr_pingu 2017-08-09 14:13

Re: probably broke my n9
 
C:\Program Files\Nokia\Flasher>flasher -f -F china.bin --flash-only=cmt --no-preserve

You did only flash CMT, what happens if you flash full 003 with --no-preserve or erase?

Probably you can extract it from the image.

Does the flasher have unpack option?
I know that 0xFFFF has for N900 but not for N9 yet.

kick 2017-08-09 14:44

Re: probably broke my n9
 
trying a zeroise with --no-preserve as you suggested now will report in a little while(as soon as its done)

EDIT- nope no progress on zeroise with --no-preserve(tough i guess that was to be expectedwell heres the log anyways
Code:

C:\Windows\system32>cd C:\Program Files\Nokia\Flasher

C:\Program Files\Nokia\Flasher>flasher -f -F china.bin --no-preserve --erase-user-data=secure
flasher 3.12.1 (Oct  6 2011) Harmattan
Warning: --no-preserve is not recommended, instead use erase commands
WARNING: This tool is intended for professional use only. Using it may result
in permanently damaging your device or losing the warranty.

Suitable USB interface (bootloader/phonet) not found, waiting...
Found device RM-696, hardware revision 1603
NOLO version 2.3.6
Version of 'sw-release': DFL61_HARMATTAN_40.2012.21-3_PR_001
Sending ape-algo image (7096 kB)...
100% (7096 of 7096 kB, avg. 16427 kB/s)
Suitable USB interface (phonet) not found, waiting...
Ping attempt 1 (250 ms)
Server application: 1.7.2
Found product RM-696 rev. 1603
Server implements softupd protocol version 1.8

Battery level 85 %, continuing.
Erasing, this may take a while.
Erase done.
Image SW version DFL61_HARMATTAN_40.2012.21-3_PR_003
Image moslo not present
Image mmc not present
Image tar skipped
Image config skipped

Battery level 89 %, continuing.

    image        [state    progress        transfer    flash speed]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
[x] cert-sw      [finished  100 %      1 /      1 kB      NA    ]
[x] cmt-2nd      [finished  100 %      95 /      95 kB      NA    ]
[x] cmt-algo    [finished  100 %    789 /    789 kB      NA    ]
[_] cmt-mcusw    [finishing  75 %    6050 /    6050 kB    3304 kB/s]
[x] xloader      [finished  100 %      23 /      23 kB      NA    ]
[x] secondary    [finished  100 %      94 /      94 kB      NA    ]
[x] kernel      [finished  100 %    2714 /    2714 kB    3244 kB/s]
[_] rootfs      [writing    10 %  143360 / 1188233 kB    6400 kB/s]
ERROR: SU_GET_UPDATE_STATUS_REQ terminated with error code 1: Unknown error

    image        [state    progress        transfer    flash speed]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
[x] cert-sw      [finished  100 %      1 /      1 kB      NA    ]
[x] cmt-2nd      [finished  100 %      95 /      95 kB      NA    ]
[x] cmt-algo    [finished  100 %    789 /    789 kB      NA    ]
[f] cmt-mcusw    [finishing    0 %    6050 /    6050 kB    3304 kB/s]
[x] xloader      [finished  100 %      23 /      23 kB      NA    ]
[x] secondary    [finished  100 %      94 /      94 kB      NA    ]
[x] kernel      [finished  100 %    2714 /    2714 kB    3244 kB/s]
[x] rootfs      [finished  100 % 1188233 / 1188233 kB    8822 kB/s]
Fetching error list:
========================================
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
MTC_POWER_OFF not received
CMT RFS failed
[Pipe  7] Finishing in error state with status 1
========================================

ERROR: Failed to flash images

C:\Program Files\Nokia\Flasher>flasher -f -F china.bin -F emmc.bin --flash-only=mmc
flasher 3.12.1 (Oct  6 2011) Harmattan
WARNING: This tool is intended for professional use only. Using it may result
in permanently damaging your device or losing the warranty.

Ping attempt 1 (250 ms)
Server application: 1.7.2
Found product RM-696 rev. 1603
Server implements softupd protocol version 1.8
Image SW version DFL61_HARMATTAN_40.2012.21-3_PR_003
Image cmt-2nd skipped
Image cmt-algo skipped
Image cmt-mcusw skipped
Image xloader skipped
Image secondary skipped
Image kernel skipped
Image moslo skipped
Image rootfs skipped
Image tar skipped
Image config skipped

Battery level 90 %, continuing.

    image        [state    progress        transfer    flash speed]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
[x] cert-sw      [finished  100 %      1 /      1 kB      NA    ]
[x] mmc          [finished  100 %  261587 /  261587 kB  10922 kB/s]
Success

C:\Program Files\Nokia\Flasher>


kick 2017-08-09 14:58

Re: probably broke my n9
 
the only problem im having now is whenever i insert the sim card the imei goes away therefore i am unable to connect to the network i reboot the device and the imei is fine and present

mr_pingu 2017-08-09 15:00

Re: probably broke my n9
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by kick (Post 1532328)
trying a zeroise with --no-preserve as you suggested now will report in a little while(as soon as its done)

EDIT- nope no progress on zeroise with --no-preserve(tough i guess that was to be expectedwell heres the log anyways
Code:

C:\Windows\system32>cd C:\Program Files\Nokia\Flasher

C:\Program Files\Nokia\Flasher>flasher -f -F china.bin --no-preserve --erase-user-data=secure
flasher 3.12.1 (Oct  6 2011) Harmattan
Warning: --no-preserve is not recommended, instead use erase commands
WARNING: This tool is intended for professional use only. Using it may result
in permanently damaging your device or losing the warranty.

Suitable USB interface (bootloader/phonet) not found, waiting...
Found device RM-696, hardware revision 1603
NOLO version 2.3.6
Version of 'sw-release': DFL61_HARMATTAN_40.2012.21-3_PR_001
Sending ape-algo image (7096 kB)...
100% (7096 of 7096 kB, avg. 16427 kB/s)
Suitable USB interface (phonet) not found, waiting...
Ping attempt 1 (250 ms)
Server application: 1.7.2
Found product RM-696 rev. 1603
Server implements softupd protocol version 1.8

Battery level 85 %, continuing.
Erasing, this may take a while.
Erase done.
Image SW version DFL61_HARMATTAN_40.2012.21-3_PR_003
Image moslo not present
Image mmc not present
Image tar skipped
Image config skipped

Battery level 89 %, continuing.

    image        [state    progress        transfer    flash speed]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
[x] cert-sw      [finished  100 %      1 /      1 kB      NA    ]
[x] cmt-2nd      [finished  100 %      95 /      95 kB      NA    ]
[x] cmt-algo    [finished  100 %    789 /    789 kB      NA    ]
[_] cmt-mcusw    [finishing  75 %    6050 /    6050 kB    3304 kB/s]
[x] xloader      [finished  100 %      23 /      23 kB      NA    ]
[x] secondary    [finished  100 %      94 /      94 kB      NA    ]
[x] kernel      [finished  100 %    2714 /    2714 kB    3244 kB/s]
[_] rootfs      [writing    10 %  143360 / 1188233 kB    6400 kB/s]
ERROR: SU_GET_UPDATE_STATUS_REQ terminated with error code 1: Unknown error

    image        [state    progress        transfer    flash speed]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
[x] cert-sw      [finished  100 %      1 /      1 kB      NA    ]
[x] cmt-2nd      [finished  100 %      95 /      95 kB      NA    ]
[x] cmt-algo    [finished  100 %    789 /    789 kB      NA    ]
[f] cmt-mcusw    [finishing    0 %    6050 /    6050 kB    3304 kB/s]
[x] xloader      [finished  100 %      23 /      23 kB      NA    ]
[x] secondary    [finished  100 %      94 /      94 kB      NA    ]
[x] kernel      [finished  100 %    2714 /    2714 kB    3244 kB/s]
[x] rootfs      [finished  100 % 1188233 / 1188233 kB    8822 kB/s]
Fetching error list:
========================================
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
MTC_POWER_OFF not received
CMT RFS failed
[Pipe  7] Finishing in error state with status 1
========================================

ERROR: Failed to flash images

C:\Program Files\Nokia\Flasher>flasher -f -F china.bin -F emmc.bin --flash-only=mmc
flasher 3.12.1 (Oct  6 2011) Harmattan
WARNING: This tool is intended for professional use only. Using it may result
in permanently damaging your device or losing the warranty.

Ping attempt 1 (250 ms)
Server application: 1.7.2
Found product RM-696 rev. 1603
Server implements softupd protocol version 1.8
Image SW version DFL61_HARMATTAN_40.2012.21-3_PR_003
Image cmt-2nd skipped
Image cmt-algo skipped
Image cmt-mcusw skipped
Image xloader skipped
Image secondary skipped
Image kernel skipped
Image moslo skipped
Image rootfs skipped
Image tar skipped
Image config skipped

Battery level 90 %, continuing.

    image        [state    progress        transfer    flash speed]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
[x] cert-sw      [finished  100 %      1 /      1 kB      NA    ]
[x] mmc          [finished  100 %  261587 /  261587 kB  10922 kB/s]
Success

C:\Program Files\Nokia\Flasher>


I'm giving up. Would gladly upload my CMT but it's no 003 CMT if that matters. But I guess it will change you're N9 into a brick like you said.

You could try to force flash / downgrade using JAF or any of the other Baseband 5 flashing tools I suggested. But again no guarantees.

Edit: Did you try cold-flash. Probably won't work but you can try

kick 2017-08-09 15:06

Re: probably broke my n9
 
i would gladly try anything at this point in time to fix the cmt so if anyone reading the thread has any clear ideas please tell me and please explain the steps required briefly(just dont tell me to do anything that has a brick possibility of 50% or more)

kick 2017-08-09 15:14

Re: probably broke my n9
 
for now ill just start uploading the firmware files to my mega account as its really hard these days finding fixed firmware files

aspergerguy 2017-08-10 14:01

Re: probably broke my n9
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by mr_pingu (Post 1532311)
It seems that you can create RPL from PM backup. Making a PM backup and then make RPL from it and write RPL might fix it too.
Maybe Cyclone Box software can be hacked to work over USB too.Or maybe it works out of the box over USB.

It is Cyclone Box/Cyclone Key Reloaded which achieves the function you mentioned:
http://forum.gsmhosting.com/vbb/f528...added-1483437/

Surprisingly although software has not been updated for years, support server moved to new address in January 2017. consequently was able to update my Cyclone Key Reloaded and Read PM upon N9 via USB connection without any modification.
https://s28.postimg.org/lc48jihz1/Cyclone_Reloaded.jpg

kick 2017-08-14 20:26

Re: probably broke my n9
 
so how does it work gimme some steps and ill do em(as ive never used something like this before so what i need is the link to it and what to do to get a rpl backup ill try and figure the rest out from there)

aspergerguy 2017-08-16 19:06

Re: probably broke my n9
 
Sorry for not getting back sooner, beginning to think that Cyclone can only only backup PM or write factory BB5 RPL but not backup RPL upon N9. Any attempt fails with attempting to put device in RAW mode. There is a backup RPL feature within Flashing function although have never used Cyclone for this feature but always Harmattan flasher, so can't confirm validity of what is saved.


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