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[Please help] Zopo zp980+ very strange brick , driving me crazy

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(This post was last modified: 07-25-2016, 06:04 AM by Brainbooster. )

(07-24-2016, 12:35 PM)hovatek Wrote:
(07-23-2016, 02:36 PM)Brainbooster Wrote: no, because the soft-reboot doesn't really shutdown the phone, they are two different kinds of reboot , the soft-reboot I'm talking about is the one provided by xposed / gravity box

What I'm asking you to do is compare the outcome of the default reboot function that comes with your phone and the soft reboot module you're using

the reboot , sometimes also called quick reboot, just looks like to reboot the phone it starts from the boot animation on until the phone is fully booted but it doesn't really shutdown  the phone , instead the "regular reboot " just attempts to reboot but it stops once the phone goes off, then to boot the phone again I must to remove the battery and try again and again until it boots normally.


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i'm starting to think the problem is inside lk.bin....
just think about all the strange things the phone does ..they basically all happens when the phone if off rather than while I'm using it , so I think it's the little kernel doing something wrong or getting into an indefinite state .
also when I put the phone on charge when it's off , the charging animation doesn't appear as soon as I connect the cable but it takes a variable random time..
I think lk is thsoftware which controls all those functions so I would restrict the possible fault cause to that area
what do you think about my theory?
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(07-25-2016, 12:05 PM)Brainbooster Wrote: i'm starting to think the problem is inside lk.bin....
just think about all the strange things the phone does ..they basically all happens when the phone if off rather than while I'm using it , so I think it's the little kernel doing something wrong or getting into an indefinite state .
also when I put the phone on charge when it's off , the charging animation doesn't appear as soon as I connect the cable but it takes a variable random time..
I think lk is thsoftware which controls all those functions so I would restrict the possible fault cause to that area
what do you think about my theory?

i'm also suspecting preloader and lk .bin
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#14
(This post was last modified: 07-25-2016, 06:24 PM by mensa. )
Yes, uboot, preloader and boot. There is no coordination between them. Most especially the uboot or ik which facilitates that. When you restart the phone, it is not a complete switch off so the work starts on uboot which then is aided by boot, then logo brings itself: then boot takes it again to switch on. I really don't see coordination between these partitions. Maybe a deformity.

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(07-25-2016, 03:07 PM)hovatek Wrote:
(07-25-2016, 12:05 PM)Brainbooster Wrote: i'm starting to think the problem is inside lk.bin....
just think about all the strange things the phone does ..they basically all happens when the phone if off rather than while I'm using it , so I think it's the little kernel doing something wrong or getting into an indefinite state .
also when I put the phone on charge when it's off , the charging animation doesn't appear as soon as I connect the cable but it takes a variable random time..
I think lk is thsoftware which controls all those functions so I would restrict the possible fault cause to that area
what do you think about my theory?

i'm also suspecting preloader and lk .bin

the preloader never showed strange behaviors I would point my finger on lk , but how to debug lk? I think something goes wrong when lk initializes the pmic, I would be curious to read the pmic registers values after the phone shutdown.
who knows how to decompile or debug lk?
any dedicated tool ?
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(07-25-2016, 06:12 PM)mensa Wrote: Yes,  uboot, preloader and boot.  There is no coordination between them.  Most especially the uboot or ik which facilitates that. When you restart the phone,  it is not a complete switch off so the work starts on uboot which then is aided by boot,  then logo brings itself: then boot takes it again to switch on.  I really don't see coordination between these partitions.  Maybe a deformity.

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I'm planning to build a serial data cable in order to catch the early init kernel messages, it will also power the phone the way I can see everything from the beginning
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(07-26-2016, 10:49 AM)Brainbooster Wrote: I'm planning to build a serial data cable in order to catch the early init kernel messages, it will also power the phone the way I can see everything from the beginning

Okay try that and let's see what happens. Is this happening on a stock or custom Rom?

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(07-26-2016, 11:21 AM)mensa Wrote:
(07-26-2016, 10:49 AM)Brainbooster Wrote: I'm planning to build a serial data cable in order to catch the early init kernel messages, it will also power the phone the way I can see everything from the beginning

Okay try that and let's see what happens.  Is this happening on a stock or custom Rom?

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yes , with all the stock roms I tested .
now I really want to understand why this happens , moreover I saw it working normally for half an hour before it shutdown (my fault, i overheated it ) and started behave strange again , so I know it can work normally cause I saw it rebooting, shutting down and powering on normally with my eyes
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(This post was last modified: 07-26-2016, 01:48 PM by mensa. )
(07-26-2016, 01:32 PM)Brainbooster Wrote: yes , with all the stock roms I tested .
now I really want to understand why this happens , moreover I saw it working normally for half an hour before it shutdown (my fault, i overheated it ) and started behave strange again , so I know it can work normally cause I saw it rebooting, shutting down and powering on normally with my eyes

Then I believe is not a problem to call for alarm. Then is basically because of overheat or over usage of the phone. I want to know, how did you over-heat it?

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(This post was last modified: 07-26-2016, 03:08 PM by Brainbooster. )
(07-26-2016, 01:47 PM)mensa Wrote:
(07-26-2016, 01:32 PM)Brainbooster Wrote: yes , with all the stock roms I tested .
now I really want to understand why this happens , moreover I saw it working normally for half an hour before it shutdown (my fault, i overheated it ) and started behave strange again , so I know it can work normally cause I saw it rebooting, shutting down and powering on normally with my eyes

Then I believe is not a problem to call for alarm.  Then is basically because of overheat or over usage of the phone. I want to know,  how did you over-heat it?

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hehehe easy... after I saw it working normally I started to batch-installing all my softwares at once also consider that i was torturing the phone since a couple of hours when the magic happened and  ....bang shutdown
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