brick restoration help

I have Nokia 7.2 open bootloader, and inattentively killed the bootloader.phone when connected is defined as Qdloader 9008.

brick restoration help

Mtipox Mtipox
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I have Nokia 7.2 open bootloader, and inattentively killed the bootloader.phone when connected is defined as Qdloader 9008.

found HW_ID but the problem is that there are no programmers. That and Nokia in general doesn’t open the source codes of its phones very much, for developers ... it's a shame.

What have I come to at the moment ...

11.03.2020 14:09:18> Please Connect Qlm Device in 9008 (EDL) Mode.
11.03.2020 14:09:18> Waiting For Device..
11.03.2020 14:09:18> 
11.03.2020 14:09:18> Found Device:
11.03.2020 14:09:18>  Path: \\?\usb#vid_05c6&pid_9008#5&30ada85c&0&1#{86e0d1e0-8089-11d0-9ce4-08003e301f73}
11.03.2020 14:09:18>  Desc: Qualcomm HS-USB QDLoader 9008
11.03.2020 14:09:18>  HWID: USB\VID_05C6&PID_9008&REV_0000
11.03.2020 14:09:18>  Name: Qualcomm HS-USB QDLoader 9008 (COM3)
11.03.2020 14:09:18>  Vendor: Qualcomm Incorporated
11.03.2020 14:09:18> 
11.03.2020 14:09:18> Trying Connect to Device..
11.03.2020 14:09:18> Open Port OK
11.03.2020 14:09:18> Sahara OK, Get Data..
11.03.2020 14:09:18> 
11.03.2020 14:09:18> [QLM]: Read Info OK
11.03.2020 14:09:18> [QLM]: S/N 0x822FB522
11.03.2020 14:09:18> [QLM]: HW ID 0x0008C0E100000000
11.03.2020 14:09:18> [QLM]: HASH 0x085F5BE01542E7C28C9CB292A32DF284B659D7B77128935BB65209196E5666EE
11.03.2020 14:09:18> [QLM]: SBL 0x00000000
11.03.2020 14:09:18> [QLM]: Z3X DEV HASH 0x00000012350D
11.03.2020 14:09:18> [QLM]: CPU: SnapDragon 660 [SDM660]


Comments

  • Do you have £250.00 lying around?

  • user123 user123
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    Go for Sony phones , they were well ahead for supporting development of their devices.

  • user123 user123
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  • Mtipox Mtipox
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    This is a self-made program and firmware. Ideally, need factory firmware, As it happens in the format .nb0 for the same OST. it turns out on the Internet there are simply no official firmware under 7.2 🤔

  • singhnsk singhnsk
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    The nb0 firmware were only for phones made by FIH Mobile. It isn't used anymore. Nor does OST LA program support new hmd phones.

    The new phones use HMD devicekit and the firmware will be a 3-level standard zip file starting off with HMDSW and ending with devicekit-user.zip.

    The care firmware doesn't include an EDL programmer since it is only for L0/L1 support zone. The programmers would only be for factory use and it's more or less unlikely that we'll see it. You can give a shot to the programmer for Nokia 7 Plus as it might work given the same CPU. The risk will be yours. But you only need to write abl and xbl to both slots. Everything else is fastboot's job thereafter.

  • Mtipox Mtipox
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    and how do I write that xbl and abl? no programmer with HW ID = 0x0008C0E100000000 There is no sense in taking this from 7 plus, 6.1, and so on. Everything rests against this. And how to restore a brick without such necessary files, they were either specially cut out or hidden, but for what?

  • singhnsk singhnsk
    Super User  /  edited March 2020

    @user1508929796863

    they were either specially cut out or hidden, but for what?

    Simple - Nokia Care does not do emergency flashing. Their HMD Devicekit does not include an emergency flash option and the repair manual does not provide a method to do emergency flashing. So, what Nokia Care does in such situations is to replace the mainboard with a new one.

    If it is possible for you, I'd recommend that you claim warranty and get that mainboard replaced.

    Idea though: Since Nokia will never provide a programmer for the 7.2 to us, maybe you give this option a shot and if it doesn't work, you will need to claim warranty:

    I saw that the aforementioned HWID matches the Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 (which also uses SDM660 CPU). So, you can give a try to that patched firehose file. Other than that, I have spent a while looking for the programmer from longcheer (the ODM who developed 6.2/7.2) and I have found nothing so far. It is likely that it does not exists in public domain.

  • NITINMZN NITINMZN
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    There is no one help here .It's a discussion forum.no hmd here to un brick your phone

  • NITINMZN NITINMZN
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    You post separately to developer and moderators of this form.via pay pal they sure ready to help

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