Vu+ Solo 4k not upgrade with USB

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  1. tomeek.p

    tomeek.p Member

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    I have a problem with solo 4k. I can not update from the usb port. It looks like the files are protected from writing. I wanted to give all chmod 777 files, but unfortunately it does not give anything. Telnet and ssh is active.
     
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    Johnny B. Technical Support Staff Member Moderator

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    What if you add/enable the empty file named force.update into the usb file.
    Just take a text editor and save is as force.update, not force.update.txt
     
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    I've tried to upload image with this file. Unfortunately, it's the same. Some files are not overwritten. I can't delete files from the flash because chmod does not allow. I also tried to upload the original image of the VU. Unfortunately, the same. Vuutil does not heal this tuner. Only shows that he is entering CFE.

    I wonder what it means:
    Code:
    [  303.834350] EXT4-fs (mmcblk0p4): error count since last fsck: 230
    [  303.840466] EXT4-fs (mmcblk0p4): initial error at time 1492624746: ext4_iget:4251: inode 220419
    [  303.849208] EXT4-fs (mmcblk0p4): last error at time 7: ext4_put_super:789: inode 220419
    
    I tried to do e2fsck, but it shows that the media is mounted and I can not do fsck.
     
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    ok, I launched e2fsck

    Code:
    Warning: skipping journal recovery because doing a read-only filesystem check.
    /dev/mmcblk0p4 contains a file system with errors, check forced.
    Pass 1: Checking inodes, blocks, and sizes
    Deleted inode 156176 has zero dtime.  Fix? no
    
    Inode 220419, i_blocks is 216, should be 0.  Fix? no
    
    Pass 2: Checking directory structure
    Inode 220419 (/etc/enigma2/skin_user_BlackHarmony.xml) has invalid mode (037644).
    Clear? no
    
    Entry 'skin_user_BlackHarmony.xml' in /etc/enigma2 (220368) has an incorrect filetype (was 1, should be 0).
    Fix? no
    
    Pass 3: Checking directory connectivity
    Pass 4: Checking reference counts
    Pass 5: Checking group summary information
    Block bitmap differences:  -(27808--27818) -(539109--539112) -(595648--595919) -(623831--623842) -(885914--885929)
    Fix? no
    
    Inode bitmap differences:  -156176
    Fix? no
    
    
    /dev/mmcblk0p4: ********** WARNING: Filesystem still has errors **********
    
    
     
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    Sorry but although I own this box, I have no experiences with this kind of issues.
    Normally there is often something to find on the internet, but since this box is not old there is less to find.
    But I wonder what this means..
    Board ID is zero! - You need to hardware fix (ECO) it!
     
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    HI,
    any idea for fix this crash boot ?

    BOOT
    Code:
    CPU 01
    BCM73660020
    PRID73760020
    v9.99
    RR:00000003
    BFW
    seclib-1.5
    BBL v1.0.1
    AVS init...
    spare0/rmon_hz=017d736f
    spare1/rmon_vt=017d736f
    AVS init OK
    AVS load:select_image: addr_offset: 00051000 part_offset: 00000000 bootStatus: 2a002b00
    AVS load_code offset =00051000
    LOADED
    I2C @ f040a280.
    BID: no ack!
    
    single board
    MEMSYS-STD
    SHMOO 01010107 BLD:9286 HW:hpf0_b1p4 V:1.1.1.7
    MCB: FLEX
    AVS start:status=000000ff
    STB: Current voltage=00000371(881)
     temperature=0000c1fc(49660)
     PV=0000034f(847)
     MV=00000371(881)
    AVS FW rev=30333078 [0.3.0.x]
    OK
    DDR0: !@ ffe0e780 <= ffe0dfc4 MEMSYS-0 @ f0500000 OK
    DDR1: =@ ffe0e780 <= ffe0dfc4 MEMSYS-1 @ f0900000 OK
    Sdram Scramble OTP = 0x00000001
    Sdram Scramble OK
    select_image: addr_offset: 00020000 part_offset: 00000000 bootStatus: 1b05252b
    BFW load mode OTP = 0x0000000f
    bfw_hash_locked = 0x00000000
    BFW key3 OK, BFW load OK
    BFW v2.1.0
    COPY CODE... DONE
    MICH: disable success
    SSBL
    PINMUX
    CACHE FLUSH OK
    MMU ON
    CACHE FLUSH OK
    _fbss  07077170
    _ebss  0708ebd8
    _end   0708ebf8
    HEAP @ 07100000
    STACK @ 09200000
    ARCH: CONFIG OK
    CLR BSS 07077170 to 0708ebd8 OK
    CLR SRAM  OK
    MARK XN: 07100000 to 09200000 size 02100000 OK
    CACHE FLUSH OK
    CPU CLKSET OK
    GO!
    
        ,/  
      ,'/___, BOLT v9.99 1b4a6a4 LOCAL BUILD
    .'__  ,'  (2015-09-02 15:24:48 vuplus-team@vuplus-team-Notebook)
       /,'    Copyright (C) 2015 Broadcom Corporation
      /'    
    
    Board: BCM97366SFF_bad_MoCA
    SYS_CTRL: product=7376, family=7366c0, strap=000001ad,
    otp @ 0xf0404030 = 0x826000e0: en_cr(0x00000060) en_testport(0x00000080) hdmi_rx_disable(0x00400000) macrovision_disable(0x02000000) moca_disable(0x80000000) rv9_disable(0x00200000)
    otp @ 0xf0404034 = 0x60081821: audio_0_disable(0x00000800) audio_1_disable(0x00001000) directv_disable(0x20000000) hdmi_tx1_disable(0x00000001) moca2_disable(0x40000000) rfm_disable(0x00000020) tfec_disable(0x00080000)
    otp @ 0xf0404520 = 0x00000000:
    CPU: 2x A15, 1503 MHz
    SCB: 324 MHz
    DDR0 @ 1067MHz, DDR1 @ 1067MHz
    RESET CAUSE: 0x000003 main_chip_input power_on (2 of 22 possible causes)
    CS0: SFDP SPI, 4MB, 64kB blocks, 256B pages
    CS1: NAND: unrecognized ID: 0x1ffffff 0xffffffff
    RTS0: 0x501004, 256 clients, ok
    RTS1: 0x901004, 256 clients, ok
    rts 03 [20141112213819_4ku0t_box3]*default
    BOX MODE: 3
    LCD_Init Complete
    AVS: park check
    AVS: temperature monitoring enabled
    AVS: STB: V=0.877V, T=+50.634C, PV=0.847V, MV=0.881V, FW=30333078 [0.3.0.x]
    USB @ 0xf0480200: IPP is active high, IOC is negative polarity
    USB @ 0xf0490200: IPP is active high, IOC is negative polarity
    SPLASH: starting
    SPLASH BMEM init @ 40000000
    SPLASH BMEM init @ c0000000
    
    usb: resetting device on bus 1 hub 1 port 1
    
    
    USB: New high speed device connected to bus 1 hub 1 port 1
    
    usb: found Human-Interface Device 1004:6300
    
    usb: resetting device on bus 4 hub 1 port 1
    
    
    USB: New high speed device connected to bus 4 hub 1 port 1
    
    usb: no driver found for 148f:5372
    SPLASH: Old format file in flash. Use splash_create_flash_file to create newer format.
    Loaded BMP: W=720 H=480
    SPLASH: audio not present
    boot device name [flash0.bolt]
    waiting for usb...done
    checking usb
    No Priority Usb
    checking front key
    readFrontKey 0 0
    Check ignore.update file
    Checking usbdisk0:/vuplus/solo4k/ignore.update......NO
    Check force.update file
    Checking usbdisk0:/vuplus/solo4k/force.update......NO
    bolt update ...Checking usbdisk0:/vuplus/solo4k/bolt_auto.bin......NO
    Checking usbdisk0:/vuplus/solo4k/rootfs.tar.bz2......NO
    ....NO
    Checking usbdisk0:/vuplus/solo4k/splash_auto.bin......NO
    Checking usbdisk0:/vuplus/solo4k/kernel_auto.bin......NO
    Board ID is zero! - You need to hardware fix (ECO) it!
    Executing STARTUP...
    Loader:raw Filesys:fat Dev:(null) File:emmcflash0.startup:STARTUP Options:(null)
    Loading:
    
    CPU exception: ABT
     r0     : 00000000
     r1     : 00000000
     r2     : 00000000
     r3     : 00000000
     r4     : 00000000
     r5     : 00000000
     r6     : ffffffff
     r7     : 0776c40c
     r8     : 0776c860
     r9     : 00000000
    r10     : 0708b2c4
    r11     : dffffffb
    r12     : 00000000
    r13 (sp): 091ff950
    r14 (lr): 07016810
    r15 (pc): 07016808
    cpsr    : 600001d3
    dfsr    : 00000007
    dfar    : 00000000
    ifar    : 00000000
    
    CTRL-C
    Code:
    CPU 01
    BCM73660020
    PRID73760020
    v9.99
    RR:00000003
    BFW
    seclib-1.5
    BBL v1.0.1
    AVS init...
    spare0/rmon_hz=017d736f
    spare1/rmon_vt=017d736f
    AVS init OK
    AVS load:select_image: addr_offset: 00051000 part_offset: 00000000 bootStatus: 2a002b00
    AVS load_code offset =00051000
    LOADED
    I2C @ f040a280.
    BID: no ack!
    
    single board
    MEMSYS-STD
    SHMOO 01010107 BLD:9286 HW:hpf0_b1p4 V:1.1.1.7
    MCB: FLEX
    AVS start:status=000000ff
    STB: Current voltage=00000371(881)
     temperature=0000bc47(48199)
     PV=00000350(848)
     MV=00000371(881)
    AVS FW rev=30333078 [0.3.0.x]
    OK
    DDR0: !@ ffe0e780 <= ffe0dfc4 MEMSYS-0 @ f0500000 OK
    DDR1: =@ ffe0e780 <= ffe0dfc4 MEMSYS-1 @ f0900000 OK
    Sdram Scramble OTP = 0x00000001
    Sdram Scramble OK
    select_image: addr_offset: 00020000 part_offset: 00000000 bootStatus: 1b05252b
    BFW load mode OTP = 0x0000000f
    bfw_hash_locked = 0x00000000
    BFW key3 OK, BFW load OK
    BFW v2.1.0
    COPY CODE... DONE
    MICH: disable success
    SSBL
    PINMUX
    CACHE FLUSH OK
    MMU ON
    CACHE FLUSH OK
    _fbss  07077170
    _ebss  0708ebd8
    _end   0708ebf8
    HEAP @ 07100000
    STACK @ 09200000
    ARCH: CONFIG OK
    CLR BSS 07077170 to 0708ebd8 OK
    CLR SRAM  OK
    MARK XN: 07100000 to 09200000 size 02100000 OK
    CACHE FLUSH OK
    CPU CLKSET OK
    GO!
    
        ,/  
      ,'/___, BOLT v9.99 1b4a6a4 LOCAL BUILD
    .'__  ,'  (2015-09-02 15:24:48 vuplus-team@vuplus-team-Notebook)
       /,'    Copyright (C) 2015 Broadcom Corporation
      /'    
    
    Board: BCM97366SFF_bad_MoCA
    SYS_CTRL: product=7376, family=7366c0, strap=000001ad,
    otp @ 0xf0404030 = 0x826000e0: en_cr(0x00000060) en_testport(0x00000080) hdmi_rx_disable(0x00400000) macrovision_disable(0x02000000) moca_disable(0x80000000) rv9_disable(0x00200000)
    otp @ 0xf0404034 = 0x60081821: audio_0_disable(0x00000800) audio_1_disable(0x00001000) directv_disable(0x20000000) hdmi_tx1_disable(0x00000001) moca2_disable(0x40000000) rfm_disable(0x00000020) tfec_disable(0x00080000)
    otp @ 0xf0404520 = 0x00000000:
    CPU: 2x A15, 1503 MHz
    SCB: 324 MHz
    DDR0 @ 1067MHz, DDR1 @ 1067MHz
    RESET CAUSE: 0x000003 main_chip_input power_on (2 of 22 possible causes)
    ******************************************
    Automatic startup canceled via Ctrl-C
    ******************************************
    
    CS0: SFDP SPI, 4MB, 64kB blocks, 256B pages
    CS1: NAND: unrecognized ID: 0xffffff 0xffffffff
    RTS0: 0x501004, 256 clients, ok
    RTS1: 0x901004, 256 clients, ok
    rts 03 [20141112213819_4ku0t_box3]*default
    BOX MODE: 3
    LCD_Init Complete
    AVS: park check
    AVS: temperature monitoring enabled
    AVS: STB: V=0.879V, T=+49.173C, PV=0.848V, MV=0.881V, FW=30333078 [0.3.0.x]
    USB @ 0xf0480200: IPP is active high, IOC is negative polarity
    USB @ 0xf0490200: IPP is active high, IOC is negative polarity
    SPLASH: starting
    SPLASH BMEM init @ 40000000
    SPLASH BMEM init @ c0000000
    
    usb: resetting device on bus 1 hub 1 port 1
    
    
    USB: New high speed device connected to bus 1 hub 1 port 1
    
    usb: found Human-Interface Device 1004:6300
    
    usb: resetting device on bus 4 hub 1 port 1
    
    
    USB: New high speed device connected to bus 4 hub 1 port 1
    
    usb: no driver found for 148f:5372
    SPLASH: Old format file in flash. Use splash_create_flash_file to create newer format.
    Loaded BMP: W=720 H=480
    SPLASH: audio not present
    boot device name [flash0.bolt]
    waiting for usb...done
    checking usb
    No Priority Usb
    checking front key
    readFrontKey 0 0
    Check ignore.update file
    Checking usbdisk0:/vuplus/solo4k/ignore.update......NO
    Check force.update file
    Checking usbdisk0:/vuplus/solo4k/force.update......NO
    bolt update ...Checking usbdisk0:/vuplus/solo4k/bolt_auto.bin......NO
    Checking usbdisk0:/vuplus/solo4k/rootfs.tar.bz2......NO
    ....NO
    Checking usbdisk0:/vuplus/solo4k/splash_auto.bin......NO
    Checking usbdisk0:/vuplus/solo4k/kernel_auto.bin......NO
    Board ID is zero! - You need to hardware fix (ECO) it!
    BOLT> printenv
    Variable Name        Value
    -------------------- --------------------------------------------------
            BOOT_CONSOLE uart0
                  SPLASH ENABLE
                 STARTUP batch -fatfs emmcflash0.startup:STARTUP
                ETH0_PHY INT
          ETH0_MDIO_MODE 1
              ETH0_SPEED 1000
            ETH0_PHYADDR 1
             ETH0_HWADDR 00:1D:EC:0A:50:05
                 VERSION 9.99
          CHIP_FAMILY_ID 73660020
               BOARDNAME BCM97366SFF_bad_MoCA
              MEMORYSIZE 2048
              DT_ADDRESS 761c000
                 DT_SIZE a2c7
    *** command status = 0
    BOLT>
     
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    Based on the error..
    RESET CAUSE: 0x000003 main_chip_input power_on (2 of 22 possible causes) and searching to it, then it is an issue which seems to be more common.

    I don't know what could be causing this, but I'm thinking a usb related problem, or a hdd.
    In any case, it seems that there is a weak, or overloaded voltage problem, thinking related to the 5v.
     
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    This may be causing problems with HDMI that no longer works reliably :(
     
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    That seems to me to a lightning strike issue or may be a bad connection, or an outdated soldering problem that most likely has to do with the cpu.
    Sometimes noticeable when there is some pressure on the CPU.
    An reflow job can work, but without the right tools it is not without risk.
     
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