lynn.mesl at gmail.com
Fri Aug 1 18:07:58 CEST 2008
I'm using the neo1973, so I don't think it has nand? But I'm confused
because I definitely used nand in the bootloader prompt. But whenever I
boot, I boot into the NOR flash (based on the pictures). I've never booted
into NAND flash.But I highly doubt it was my battery because it was at full,
and connected to the computer the whole time. Well, I'm a little confused
because the screen shots for the bootloader matched NOR, but then I see
and it says the only way for my openmoko to boot is through NAND...
I tried using the debug board but I can't get openocd.cfg to work. It
complains about missing ftd.h. even though i followed EXACTLY all the steps
Any suggestions? :)
On Thu, Jul 31, 2008 at 11:34 PM, Andy Green <andy at openmoko.com> wrote:
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> | Okay so I just did something really stupid....
> | I nand erased u-boot, kernel, and rootfs and turned off the phone...
> | now it won't boot... what do i do??!
> Rashkat and Hans gave the right advice, you can recover from it OK if
> your NOR U-Boot is present.
> You need to use dfu_util and some partition images from the usual places.
> The one thing to watch out for is NOR U-Boot times out after 30s if you
> don't keep giving it some UI action, so you are better to just flash
> NAND U-Boot in, then reboot into that to DFU the larger kernel and
> rootfs partitions in.
> - -Andy
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