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sprite.axf
 
sprite.axf
 
magic.bin
 
magic.bin
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# ls /sdcard/nanda/linux
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bImage
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linux.ini
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params
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paramsr
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recovery.ini
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# cat /sdcard/nanda/linux/linux.ini
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[segment]
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img_name = c:\linux\bImage
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img_size = 0x2000000
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img_base = 0x40008000
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[segment]
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img_name = c:\linux\params
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img_size = 0x100
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img_base = 0x40000100
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[script_info]
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script_base = 0x43000000
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script_size = 0x10000
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[logo_info]
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logo_name = c:\linux\android.bmp
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logo_address = 0x48000000
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logo_show = 1
 
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Revision as of 04:16, 26 December 2011

Hack A10 Devices

This page describe how to hack a A10 powered tablet and let a custom kernel to run on the tablet. The work was done on an Ainol Novo 7 Advanced tablet. But should be working on all A10 based tablet. Since A10 can boot from usb, never worry about bricking your device.

Get a console

The stock firmware in my Novo7 is android 2.3.4. With android adb i can log into the device and take a look at inside.

# mkdir /sdcard/nanda
# mount -t vfat /dev/block/nanda /sdcard/nanda
# ls /sdcard/nanda
boot.axf
boot.ini
drv_de.drv
font24.sft
font32.sft
linux
os_show
script.bin
script0.bin
sprite
sprite.axf
magic.bin
# ls /sdcard/nanda/linux
bImage
linux.ini
params
paramsr
recovery.ini
# cat /sdcard/nanda/linux/linux.ini
[segment]
img_name = c:\linux\bImage
img_size = 0x2000000
img_base = 0x40008000

[segment]
img_name = c:\linux\params
img_size = 0x100
img_base = 0x40000100

[script_info]
script_base = 0x43000000
script_size = 0x10000

[logo_info]
logo_name = c:\linux\android.bmp
logo_address = 0x48000000
logo_show = 1