Dingoo Tx/Rx points hacked by booboo; firmware boot sequence dumped
Hats off to booboo at the Spanish GP32x forums, for this masterful (and very neat looking!) hack to access the Tx/Rx connections under the Dingoo’s LCD screen.
This enabled booboo to establish the following (fans of Battlestar Galactica will notice that Dingoo creates a faster than light hyperdrive field every time you turn it on):
Good… already I have the finished invention and I have captured output of the starting of firmware that comes from factory, now to trastear with linux.
NAND Booting… ECD755B6.
And he explains more here:
To see if they serve these to you:
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Originally Written by Ruxy
Very interesting the images, furthermore, and so habeis saying, we can hope that in too much time it is not possible to be made work some version of linux in the aparatito? and if one is able to make work, that podria to get itself to do with linux in this maquinita? to bring ports of other emulators.
An operating system like uCOS-II is than sufficient more for a console of games or a PMP, that do not need all the functionalities outposts of linux. In addition uCOS-II is more compact and consumes less resources. The question is that in fact there are resources very well (as much flash as ram) and to put linux contributes a ONLY great advantage: it provides surroundings of development known for that already many emulators are written and applications whose carried he would be very simple.
Absolute respect to your fantastic work, booboo!