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[A60] Impossible read files or update
2012-04-12, 19:36 GMT
Post: #11
RE: Impossible read files or update
(2012-04-12 16:26 GMT)Koudijs Wrote:  What if you run the test script from internal flash instead of sd card?
It's the same, but without screen flicking. Confused
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2012-04-12, 22:37 GMT
Post: #12
RE: Impossible read files or update
If you able to put a new file on the internal memory probably is not an hardware memory corruption, however in this moment I do not know how to help you. I don't see any point of recover in this brick.
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2012-04-13, 08:45 GMT
Post: #13
RE: Impossible read files or update
(2012-04-12 22:37 GMT)alexkidd Wrote:  If you able to put a new file on the internal memory probably is not an hardware memory corruption, however in this moment I do not know how to help you. I don't see any point of recover in this brick.

Thanks.

I'll have to send it for service. Sad
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2012-04-13, 19:45 GMT
Post: #14
RE: Impossible read files or update
Is there any application that still runs?

You can try to run the kernel_update.oar script via the terminal application I just posted.
I hope this works, if not then I'm out of options as well Sad

   

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2012-04-13, 20:31 GMT
Post: #15
RE: Impossible read files or update
Remember, if the terminal emulator works, try first an innocuous command like dmesg or uname
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2012-04-14, 11:11 GMT
Post: #16
RE: Impossible read files or update
(2012-04-13 19:45 GMT)Koudijs Wrote:  Is there any application that still runs?

You can try to run the kernel_update.oar script via the terminal application I just .
I hope this works, if not then I'm out of options as well Sad

I have done it too, but with the same results: when I click over the terminal_prototype_static.oar file the screen flickers for a moment, and this is all.

Other applications like Notes, Scribble, Dictionary, or the Browser still run well.
¿Is possible to execute an oar o similar update file with the browser?
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2012-04-15, 10:23 GMT
Post: #17
RE: Impossible read files or update
(2012-04-14 11:11 GMT)Nihplod Wrote:  I have done it too, but with the same results: when I click over the terminal_prototype_static.oar file the screen flickers for a moment, and this is all.

Other applications like Notes, Scribble, Dictionary, or the Browser still run well.
¿Is possible to execute an oar o similar update file with the browser?

For some reason you can no longer run anything from the user partitions, all the apps you mentioned are in the root partition. Have you already tried to format the internal flash (backup your data)? You can do this via the Format Flash option in the Settings menu.

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2012-04-15, 13:32 GMT
Post: #18
RE: Impossible read files or update
(2012-04-15 10:23 GMT)Koudijs Wrote:  For some reason you can no longer run anything from the user partitions, all the apps you mentioned are in the root partition. Have you already tried to format the internal flash (backup your data)? You can do this via the Format Flash option in the Settings menu.

Yes, I have tried it; I have formatted the internal memory with that option, but wasn't the solution... Confused
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2012-04-18, 19:02 GMT
Post: #19
RE: Impossible read files or update
(2012-04-15 13:32 GMT)Nihplod Wrote:  Yes, I have tried it; I have formatted the internal memory with that option, but wasn't the solution... Confused

Than it's time to send it back for repair (if you haven't done this already)

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2012-04-18, 19:24 GMT
Post: #20
RE: Impossible read files or update
(2012-04-18 19:02 GMT)Koudijs Wrote:  Than it's time to send it back for repair (if you haven't done this already)

I'll send it this week or next.

I'll tell here what they say me.
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