[OPPO UDP-203/root]/sbin/ubinfo /dev/ubi0 --all ubi0: Volumes count: 1 Logical eraseblock size: 253952 Total amount of logical eraseblocks: 841 (213573632 bytes, 203.7 MiB) Amount of available logical eraseblocks: 0 (0 bytes) Maximum count of volumes 128 Count of bad physical eraseblocks: 3 Count of reserved physical eraseblocks: 7 Current maximum erase counter value: 27 Minimum input/output unit size: 4096 bytes Character device major/minor: 252:0 Present volumes: 0 Volume ID: 0 (on ubi0) Type: dynamic Alignment: 1 Size: 830 LEBs (210780160 bytes, 201.0 MiB) State: OK Name: ubi_boot Character device major/minor: 252:1
i dont understand your question, but you can add whatever you want in /mnt/ubi_boot/bdpprog.
Because the JB RU wants to return to the oppo original RU, you cannot use /mnt/ubi_boot/bdpprog, otherwise it will get stuck during the updatei dont understand your question, but you can add whatever you want in /mnt/ubi_boot/bdpprog.
when testing use /mnt/ubi_boot/bdpprog_debug + touch /mnt/ubi_boot/.debugstart + reboot -f to prevent brick and mtktool reflash.
then once you got what u want put it in /mnt/ubi_boot/bdpprog
my guess is that those are in factory default bad block, maybe a more hardcore specialist could jump in but i think it is totally normal .Liwil, your oppo 203 is a survivor !
Glad to see that you finaly solved this serious issue !
Moremodey01 what is the normal count of bad physical eraseblocks and count of reserved physical eraseblocks ?
For example, for my ubi_boot : 2 and 8.
Should be 0 and 10 ?
use the jb_overaly no ? just put #934 script before launching real bdpprog i guess..Because the JB RU wants to return to the oppo original RU, you cannot use /mnt/ubi_boot/bdpprog, otherwise it will get stuck during the update
#934 ujb.sh needs to be renamed /mnt/ubi_boot/bdpprog, after restarting, JB RU to original RU can be completed
#4,045 In this case, you must go back to the original firmware to solve it. All jailbreaks will have problems, including JB RU65, CN65, CN60...
Thanks a lot Moremodey01.my guess is that those are in factory default bad block, maybe a more hardcore specialist could jump in but i think it is totally normal .
Now if they increase too much , then there is an issue
For liwil case i m not even sure he really had bad blocks, just some bugs reading the list from the nand or the ubi partition that got resolved with all those mtk format commandsm, ..
I want to install on an Oppo 205 USA, any bugs with the FIRMWARE JAILBREAK?Reynaldo, When the BD-ROM trey opens, you wait about 50 seconds and when it closes, you should press "Re-Install" firmware update button if your using the manual USB Method. If you use the Automatic USB Method, you can just sit back and watch it automatically do it for you.
This is the original FW and these are the files on the pendrive.Just to be sure, please check prerequisites below :
Your current version is 20X-65-0131.
You use USA zip file and put all files present in : "jb stk bdpprog" folder into a USB drive.
USB drive contains only 2 binary files in the root :
Seems that your USB drives contains also another official firmware (for example : UDP20XEU.bin) wrongly used by oppo instead of UDP20X.bin.