Notices


Reply
Thread Tools
Posts: 1,062 | Thanked: 1,152 times | Joined on Aug 2011
#91
About local mode for some Nokia device you can hard reset and come back to full OS.
the question is how to make hard reset on Lauta?
perhaps like on n9/50.

Or

Is it possible like on this topic? phoenix or nss pro?

https://talk.maemo.org/showthread.php?t=85351

EDIT:
When dirk connect lauta to pc with nss pro he got that:

Last edited by n950; 2017-04-15 at 19:13.
 

The Following 2 Users Say Thank You to n950 For This Useful Post:
Community Council | Posts: 4,143 | Thanked: 9,969 times | Joined on May 2012 @ Southerrn Finland
#92
Originally Posted by n950 View Post
Is it possible like on this topic? phoenix or nss pro?
Probably not, those are not very useful tools.
 
Posts: 1,062 | Thanked: 1,152 times | Joined on Aug 2011
#93
Lauta battery LWH is 3,4 x 1,06 x 0,19 inches

What other battery have same size please?

Lumia900 is: 3 x 2 x 0.9 inches
 

The Following User Says Thank You to n950 For This Useful Post:
wicket's Avatar
Posts: 524 | Thanked: 2,436 times | Joined on May 2010 @ Colombia
#94
I doubt the device sent to Dirk is a Lauta/RM-742. All of the leaked information has always suggested that the Lauta was basically an N9 with a keyboard. The story of Nokia MeeGo article seems pretty adamant that the Lauta is a Harmattan device with a TI OMAP3630 SoC. With all of the pointers that it uses a Medfield SoC and that it has Ilmatar installed, I'd say it's more than likely the device in Dirk's possession is actually a Soiro prototype. The same article also states that the Soiro uses the same design as the Lauta. I'm guessing that this is a very early Soiro prototype and they just took the casing from a Lauta. It's possible that the Soiro board doesn't fit properly inside the Lauta casing and was forced in which would explain the damage. Maybe you could open up the other 3 devices to see if they have a TI or an Intel chip and see if they show another RM-XXX or RX-XX codename? If my theory is right about the damage, they are probably also Soiros.

I don't know about the Soiro but the Harmattan flasher should at least have some support for the Lauta. RM-742 references can be found in an early version of the Harmattan flasher:

Code:
$ strings flasher | grep RM-742
Unpacking cert-sw image to file 'cert-sw_RM-742:0301,0302,0303,0304,0305'...
Unpacking cert-sw image to file 'cert-sw_RM-742:0121'...
Unpacking cert-sw image to file 'cert-sw_RM-742:0021'...
Unpacking cert-sw image to file 'cert-sw_RM-742:0401'...
Unpacking cert-sw image to file 'cert-sw_RM-742:0201,0202'...
Unpacking 2nd image to file '2nd.bin_RM-742:0301,0302,0303,0304,0305'...
Unpacking xloader image to file 'xloader.bin_RM-742:0301,0302,0303,0304,0305'...
Unpacking secondary image to file 'secondary.bin_RM-742:0301,0302,0303,0304,0305'...
Unpacking 2nd image to file '2nd.bin_RM-742:0121'...
Unpacking xloader image to file 'xloader.bin_RM-742:0121'...
Unpacking secondary image to file 'secondary.bin_RM-742:0121'...
Unpacking 2nd image to file '2nd.bin_RM-742:0021'...
Unpacking xloader image to file 'xloader.bin_RM-742:0021'...
Unpacking secondary image to file 'secondary.bin_RM-742:0021'...
Unpacking 2nd image to file '2nd.bin_RM-742:0401'...
Unpacking xloader image to file 'xloader.bin_RM-742:0401'...
Unpacking secondary image to file 'secondary.bin_RM-742:0401'...
Unpacking 2nd image to file '2nd.bin_RM-742:0201,0202'...
Unpacking xloader image to file 'xloader.bin_RM-742:0201,0202'...
Unpacking secondary image to file 'secondary.bin_RM-742:0201,0202'...
__________________
DebiaN900 - Native Debian on the N900.

Mobile devices with mainline Linux support - Help needed with documentation.

"Those who do not understand Unix are condemned to reinvent it, poorly." - Henry Spencer

Last edited by wicket; 2017-04-19 at 01:17.
 

The Following 17 Users Say Thank You to wicket For This Useful Post:
Posts: 1,094 | Thanked: 5,607 times | Joined on Feb 2010 @ Holland
#95
Hmm i coul pull one of the shielding caps from the pcb, but don't know if n950 will like it if i pull out my heat gun
 

The Following 10 Users Say Thank You to dirkvl For This Useful Post:
Posts: 1,062 | Thanked: 1,152 times | Joined on Aug 2011
#96
Originally Posted by dirkvl View Post
Hmm i coul pull one of the shielding caps from the pcb, but don't know if n950 will like it if i pull out my heat gun
Don't do that please.
 

The Following 3 Users Say Thank You to n950 For This Useful Post:
Posts: 1,062 | Thanked: 1,152 times | Joined on Aug 2011
#97
Here is the words from nokia engineer:

"You get away from local mode with MeeGo flashing tool. If there is only ENOSW installed it means there is no SW with UI installed and device cannot be used further.

ENOSW is EngiNe Operations which means it's preloaded to get device started and just before it's packed for sales all other software will be installed."

Where can i find Meego flashing tool?

Last edited by n950; 2017-04-19 at 17:35.
 

The Following 3 Users Say Thank You to n950 For This Useful Post:
Community Council | Posts: 4,143 | Thanked: 9,969 times | Joined on May 2012 @ Southerrn Finland
#98
Originally Posted by n950 View Post
Where can i find Meego flashing tool?
You already have it
Meego (Harmattan) flasher 3.12.1
 

The Following User Says Thank You to juiceme For This Useful Post:
gerbick's Avatar
Posts: 6,488 | Thanked: 14,120 times | Joined on Jul 2007 @ undecided.
#99
Originally Posted by juiceme View Post
You already have it
Meego (Harmattan) flasher 3.12.1
But he cannot go any further it seems despite having a flasher. Now... how to obtain firmware to flash to go further. I want to see this thing boot!
__________________
gerbick | iPhone X [ 256GB iOS 11.2 Beta ] | iPad Pro [ 256GB iOS 11.2 Beta ]
Former Maemo Council Member - 2015
 

The Following 2 Users Say Thank You to gerbick For This Useful Post:
Posts: 1,132 | Thanked: 1,794 times | Joined on Feb 2011 @ The Netherlands
#100
https://muropaketti.com/artikkelit/t...of-nokia-meego

Good read, wonder what his sources about the soiro are...
__________________
N900 loaded with:
CSSU-T (Thumb)
720p recording,
Pierogi, Lanterne, Cooktimer, Frogatto
N9 16GB loaded with:
Kernel-Plus
--
[TCPdump & libpcap | ngrep]
--
donate
 

The Following 5 Users Say Thank You to mr_pingu For This Useful Post:
Reply

Thread Tools

 
Forum Jump


All times are GMT. The time now is 00:45.