BD-D8900 debug console

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oga83
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Re: BD-D8900 debug console

Post by oga83 »

The sata signals are directly connected to the ARM processor :
Difficult to see exactly where because of the heatsink.

I'm afraid the ARM is a BGA; Moreover, the pcb is a multilayer one; It will not be easy to locate a via on which you could make the connections :(

[Edit] Sata signals are marked in red

Top Layer :
Image

Bottom Layer :
Image

williamsmith518

Re: BD-D8900 debug console

Post by williamsmith518 »

The magic codes 20102011 and 20089999 work fine, but I was not able to find any 'shell' command in the menu.
Is it available for the BD-C8900 ?
[Edit] My firmware is 1007_275. In the boot log, I can see some FIRHRDEUC, but no FIRURDEUC as listed in the compatibility list.


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oga83
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Re: BD-D8900 debug console

Post by oga83 »

No, there is no shell command on the debug console :-(

torpebaun
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Re: BD-D8900 debug console

Post by torpebaun »

@oga83: Why is there no shell command on the debug console?

oga83
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Re: BD-D8900 debug console

Post by oga83 »

It is explained somewhere, but I can't find where.
So here it is again :
Go to Platform print settings : 2, 0, 0
Go to Advanced platform : 2
Go to DeviceManager debug : 2
Go to DeviceManager MW debug : 90
Go to Sell : 88

Code: Select all

        DBG> : 0x88
VDLinux#>
VDLinux#> ls
BD_JAVA             MicomUpgradeForce   hdd_makefs.sh
Cert                MusicDBCopy         hdd_partition.img
Comp_LIB            PhotoBrowser        hdd_partition.txt
DeviceUpgrade       ReleaseInfo         info
EDID                SESK_S              lib
EXE_IMG_VER         SESK_T2C            memalloc
FWDownload          SESK_T2C_NORDIG     mkfs
Factory_Part1.dat   SESK_TC             partition.txt
Of course, you need a hex-unlocked kernel to use it...

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