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Old April 19th, 2013, 06:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Post Lets get ops mapping for ALL partitions

I FOUND ALL THE PARTITION NAMES!!!








All partitions on prevail/precedent:

odin slot .... major ..... minor ........ #blocks ........... name ....... known use

..................179 .......... 0 .......... 3870720.......... mmcblk0..... Main Memory
..................179 .......... 1 .......... 3869696 .......... mmcblk0p1 Main memory with offset? (room for bad block mapping??)
..................137 .......... 0 ............ 513024 .......... bml0/c........????
0.................137 .......... 1 ............... 1536 .......... bml1 ........... mibib
1.................137 .......... 2 ................. 768 .......... bml2 ........... qcsbl
2.................137 .......... 3 ................. 768 .......... bml3 ........... oemsbl
3.................137 .......... 4 .............. 17920 .......... bml4 ........... amss
..................137 .......... 5 .............. 12800 .......... bml5 ........... cdma.rfs aka /efs
..................137 .......... 6 ................. 768 .......... bml6 ........... NVBACKUP
..................137 .......... 7 ................ 6144.......... bml7 ............ FOTA - all ffffffffffffs
4.................137 .......... 8 ................ 2048 .......... bml8 ........... arm11boot
5.................137 .......... 9 .............. 10240 .......... bml9 ............ boot.img (linux kernel + ramsdisk )
6.................137 .......... 10 ............. 10240 .......... bml10 .......... recovery.img
..................137 .......... 11 ............... 768 .......... bml11 ........... PARAM
..................137 .......... 12 .......... 173568 .......... bml12 ........... system partition
..................137 .......... 13 ........... 173056 .......... bml13 .......... data partition
..................137 .......... 14 ........... 102400 .......... bml14 .......... cache partition
7.................138 .......... 12 ........... 166912 .......... stl12 ........... system partition w/ bad block mapping
8..................138 .......... 13 ........... 166400 .......... stl13 ........... data partition w/ bad block mapping
..................138 .......... 14 ............ 97280 .......... stl14 ............ cache partition w/ bad block mapping

Device mounts:





*note pda.tar prefers the smaller stl partiton for system and data instead of the bml partitions...
What is bml* and stl* actually mean:




What is the CSC partition? [/HIDE]





boot.tar contains
BML1 MIBIB
BML2 QCSBL
BML3 OEMSBL
BML8 ARM11BOOT

phone.tar contains
BML4 AMSS

pda.tar contains
BML9 BOOT.IMG
BML10 RECOVERY.IMG
STL12 SYSTEM RFS
STL13 DATA RFS

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I FOUND ALL THE PARTITION NAMES!!!








All partitions on prevail/precedent:

odin slot .... major ..... minor ........ #blocks ........... name ....... known use

..................179 .......... 0 .......... 3870720.......... mmcblk0..... Main Memory
..................179 .......... 1 .......... 3869696 .......... mmcblk0p1 Main memory with offset? (room for bad block mapping??)
..................137 .......... 0 ............ 513024 .......... bml0/c........????
0.................137 .......... 1 ............... 1536 .......... bml1 ........... mibib
1.................137 .......... 2 ................. 768 .......... bml2 ........... qcsbl
2.................137 .......... 3 ................. 768 .......... bml3 ........... oemsbl
3.................137 .......... 4 .............. 17920 .......... bml4 ........... amss
..................137 .......... 5 .............. 12800 .......... bml5 ........... cdma.rfs aka /efs
..................137 .......... 6 ................. 768 .......... bml6 ........... NVBACKUP
..................137 .......... 7 ................ 6144.......... bml7 ............ FOTA - all ffffffffffffs
4.................137 .......... 8 ................ 2048 .......... bml8 ........... arm11boot
5.................137 .......... 9 .............. 10240 .......... bml9 ............ boot.img (linux kernel + ramsdisk )
6.................137 .......... 10 ............. 10240 .......... bml10 .......... recovery.img
..................137 .......... 11 ............... 768 .......... bml11 ........... PARAM
..................137 .......... 12 .......... 173568 .......... bml12 ........... system partition
..................137 .......... 13 ........... 173056 .......... bml13 .......... data partition
..................137 .......... 14 ........... 102400 .......... bml14 .......... cache partition
7.................138 .......... 12 ........... 166912 .......... stl12 ........... system partition w/ bad block mapping
8..................138 .......... 13 ........... 166400 .......... stl13 ........... data partition w/ bad block mapping
..................138 .......... 14 ............ 97280 .......... stl14 ............ cache partition w/ bad block mapping

Device mounts:





*note pda.tar prefers the smaller stl partiton for system and data instead of the bml partitions...
What is bml* and stl* actually mean:




What is the CSC partition? [/HIDE]





boot.tar contains
BML1 MIBIB
BML2 QCSBL
BML3 OEMSBL
BML8 ARM11BOOT

phone.tar contains
BML4 AMSS

pda.tar contains
BML9 BOOT.IMG
BML10 RECOVERY.IMG
STL12 SYSTEM RFS
STL13 DATA RFS
How did you find out which bml partition is you recovery partition?
Can you help me with this?
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