Samsung S5 SM-G900V by Verizon – Root & Recovery Image

Phone Info =

  • Model number = SM-G900V
  • Android Version = 5
  • Baseband version = G900VVRU2BOG5
  • Kernel = 3.4.0
  • Build Number = LRX21T.G900VVRU2BOG5
  • Hardware Version = G900V.05
  • KNOX = 2.3
  • Configuration = J13.SAM.SMG900V.1

Website

Original Firmware

Firmware for SM-G900V

Step #1 – Get Root access to phone

I downgraded first using below guide.
http://forums.androidcentral.com/sa…wngrade-samsung-galaxy-s5-5-0-4-4-kitkat.html

Then I rooted using following guide.

http://androidbiits.com/root-verizon-samsung-galaxy-s5-sm-g900v-android-4-4-4-kitkat/

Safestrap Without Odin+Safestrap Flashable Firmwares

Step #2 – ROM

[VZW_Stock Based TW Rom][5.0 Lollipop BOG5 Build Deodexed]

All Firmwares and all Instructions for Upgrading from KitKat Or Lollipop rom can be found Here

RECOVERY IMAGE

G900VVRU2BOG5 _Factory_Odin_Tar_Image – Use “Fully Stock Odin Factory Tar Image”

QNAP TS-212 – How to save RAID settings from telnet

Scenario = you have wrongly initialize a new HDD a single disk but you would like to be added as RAID1 disk.

QNap support team suggested to remove all partition and reboot NAS

This should be done connecting the second disk to a computer, delete volume and partition, and connect disk back into the NAS, which is quite boring.

Here is how to delete partition table from telnet:

  1. Open telnet
  2. Login as admin
  3. Check which disk is used as RAID to avoid a “wrong” delete
    mdadm –detail /dev/md0

    Number   Major   Minor   RaidDevice State
       0       0        0        0      removed
       1       8        3        1      active sync  /dev/sda3

  4. So we need to clean the /dev/sdb partitions
    fdisk -l /dev/sdb

    Disk /dev/sdb: 1000.2 GB, 1000204886016 bytes
    255 heads, 63 sectors/track, 121601 cylinders
    Units = cylinders of 16065 * 512 = 8225280 bytes

       Device Boot      Start         End      Blocks   Id  System
    /dev/sdb1               1          66      530125   83  Linux
    /dev/sdb2              67         132      530142   83  Linux
    /dev/sdb3             133      121538   975193693   83  Linux
    /dev/sdb4          121539      121600      498012   83  Linux

     

  5. Dismount the volume before starting the work
    umount /dev/sdb3
  6. So we have 4 partition, type the follow to enter in fdisk mode
    fdisk /dev/sdb
  7. If you need help type “m”
  8. List all partition as above, type “p
    Command (m for help): p

    Disk /dev/sdb: 1000.2 GB, 1000204886016 bytes
    255 heads, 63 sectors/track, 121601 cylinders
    Units = cylinders of 16065 * 512 = 8225280 bytes

       Device Boot      Start         End      Blocks   Id  System
    /dev/sdb1               1          66      530125   83  Linux
    /dev/sdb2              67         132      530142   83  Linux
    /dev/sdb3             133      121538   975193693   83  Linux
    /dev/sdb4          121539      121600      498012   83  Linux

  9. Press “p” to delete partitions and the number of partition to delete

    Command (m for help): d
    Partition number (1-4): 1

    Command (m for help): d
    Partition number (1-4): 2

    Command (m for help): d
    Partition number (1-4): 3

    Command (m for help): d
    Partition number (1-4): 4

  10. Print all partitions of the disk with “p"
    Command (m for help): p

    Disk /dev/sdb: 1000.2 GB, 1000204886016 bytes
    255 heads, 63 sectors/track, 121601 cylinders
    Units = cylinders of 16065 * 512 = 8225280 bytes

       Device Boot      Start         End      Blocks   Id  System

  11. Save the changes with “w
  12. You need to save RAID settings information in the /etc/config/raidtab file
  13. The easy way to save RAID configuration is this:
    more /etc/config/raidtab
    cp /etc/config/raidtab /share/Public 
  14. Change raidtab file like this one

    raiddev /dev/md0
            raid-level      1
            nr-raid-disks   2
            nr-spare-disks  0
            chunk-size      4
            persistent-superblock   1
            device  /dev/sda3
            raid-disk       0
            device  /dev/sdb3
            raid-disk       1

  15. save and copy back to original location
    cp raidtab /etc/config
    more /etc/config/raidtab
  16. Change also /etc/storage.conf file
    Set it only for RAID volume and clear all reference for single volume

    [VOLUME 1]
    device name = /dev/md0
    raid level = 1
    raid disks = 1,0
    spare raid disks =
    status = 0
    record_time = Thu Jul 19 22:53:14 2012

    filesystem = 104
    [Global]
    Available Disk = 2

  17. Reboot the NAS & Check if RAID was rebuilt correctly

FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7270 v3 – International firmware link

=> To change the firmware you need to set the User Interface password from menu System > Kenwort

Firmware AVM =

Custom Firmware =

Recovery CD =

Forum & Wiki =

Enable Telnet, connect to the router and get the following information:

# cat /proc/sys/urlader/environment
HWRevision      139.1.0.6
ProductID       Fritz_Box_7270_16
SerialNumber    xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
annex   B
autoload        yes
bootloaderVersion       1.544
bootserport     tty0
country 039
cpufrequency    360000000
firstfreeaddress        0x946BDA1C
firmware_version        avme
firmware_info   54.04.81
flashsize       0x01000000
jffs2_size      50
language        it
maca    00:24:FE:E6:C5:89
macb    00:24:FE:E6:C5:8A
macwlan 00:24:FE:AA:ED:46
macdsl  00:24:FE:E6:C5:8B
memsize 0x04000000
modetty0        38400,n,8,1,hw
modetty1        38400,n,8,1,hw
mtd0    0x90000000,0x90000000
mtd1    0x90020000,0x90F80000
mtd2    0x90000000,0x90020000
mtd3    0x90F80000,0x90FC0000
mtd4    0x90FC0000,0x91000000
my_ipaddress    192.168.178.1
prompt  Eva_AVM
ptest
req_fullrate_freq       120000000
sysfrequency    120000000
tr069_passphrase        7TGQAAyVQxZV
tr069_serial    00040E-0024FEE6C589
urlader-version 1544
usb_board_mac   00:24:FE:E6:C5:8C
usb_rndis_mac   00:24:FE:E6:C5:8D
usb_device_id   0x5E00
usb_revision_id 0x0200
usb_device_name USB DSL Device
usb_manufacturer_name   AVM
wlan_key        xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

WD TV Live – Firmware v1.04.17

The new official WD TV Live firmware support keyboard, so you could buy an Arc Keyboard and plug it in!!! 🙂

Download original firmware

If you use WDLXTV firmware , I suggest to enable in the “S00custom-options” file the following line:

  • config_tool -c AUTORES=ON
  • config_tool -c WDLXTV_CENSUS=ON

You should also keep the following files in the pendrive used to flash the WDTV Live:

  • smb.conf = configure Samba server to access share using username
  • net.mounts = auto-mounting of network shares (SMB, NFS, etc.)

WD TV Live – New firmware + Communites

HW

  • CPU = Sigma Design SMP-8655AD
  • Clock CPU = 500Mhz
  • Flash = 128 MByte
  • RAM = 512MByte DRAM

Firmware

Website

Forum

Wiki

WDLXTV-Live Firmware

WDLXTV-Live is a souped up unofficial firmware for the Western Digital WD TV Live. It is based off of the 1.02.21 firmware, but with many extra features. This is a permanent flash, just like an official upgrade. It enables a wide range of extra functionality which is missing from the official firmware, such as bittorrent, webserver, NZB, SSH, FTP, NFS, etc.

Different Version

  • Normal = The Normal version requires Flashing the Firmware into the WDTV Live
  • Minimal = The Minimal version is the same as the Normal version, but without php, python, perl, nzbget, deluge, lighttpd
  • Ext3 = This version is used for testing purposes. It is identical to the normal flashed version. The main difference is that ext3-boot-live is pivoted into and run directly off your external device. This means ext3-boot-live gives you full read/write permissions.

To flash firmware
Place wdtvlive.bin on a memory stick along with wdtvlive.ver and insert it into your WDTV Live.
When asked if you want to upgrade your firmware, say yes.
The WDTV Live will reboot and after several minutes the whole flashing process will complete and reboot again.
Upon successful flash you will see WDLXTV_Live in the about screen of system settings.
The firmware no longer needs to be on anything attached to the WDTV Live.
Downgrade instructions are always provided at the bottom of the README which is included in every release’s zip.

Alice Gate VoIP 2 Plus Wi-Fi AGPF_4.5.0sx – Rollback to 4.4.2 + Change the settings

Follow this guide to install 4.4.2:
http://www.ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com/forum/index.php/topic,10572.0.html

+ this guide:
http://inglele.blogspot.com/2009/02/dd-wrt-on-alice-gate-voip-2-plus-wi-fi.html

Enable VOIP
Enable VOIP line
Discus> conf set /voip/line/0/enabled 1
Discus> conf set /voip/line/1/enabled 1
Discus> conf reconf 1

Add PPPOE Connection
usage: pppoe add dev [vpi vci encap {LLCVCMux}]

type:
connection pppoe add aliceadsl aliceadsl WANETHoA

Then save new discuss.conf and lookfor “ppp2” select from ( … to … ) and overwrite with this one to enable auto connection to web:

(ppp2
(enabled(1))
(logical_network(1))
(type(pppoe))
(has_ip(1))
(is_sync(0))
(is_dns_neg(1))
(mtu_mode(1))
(default_route(0))
(route_level(1))
(rip
(enabled(0))
)
(mcast
(igmp_proxy_default(1))
(version(3))
)
(is_trusted(0))
(dyn
(override_netmask(0.0.0.0))
(use_override_netmask(0))
)
(static
(ip(0.0.0.0))
(netmask(0.0.0.0))
(gateway(0.0.0.0))
)
(ppp
(auth
(pap(1))
(chap(1))
(ms_chap_v1(1))
(ms_chap_v2(1))
)
(reconnect_time(30))
(compression
(bsdcomp(1))
(deflate(1))
)
)
(max_idle(600))
(is_clamp_mtu(1))
(is_on_demand(0))
(depend_on_name(ethoa0))
(ppp_lcp_echo(120))
(ppp_lcp_echo_retry(4))
(id(12))
(description(Alice ADSL))
(connection_type(IP_Routed))
(nat_enable(1))
(nat_service(Generic))
(username(aliceadsl))
(password(&b7;`X&b3;&99;&0b;S&de;&c1;))
(dns_override(1))
(name_server
(0(151.99.125.1))
(1(151.99.0.100))
)
(connection_trigger(X_TELECOMITALIA_IT_Conditional))
(nat_pers_time(300))
(alias)
(dhcps(lease))
(cwmp_id())
(service_name())
(metric(1))
(is_unnumbered(0))
(ppp_open_session
(ppp_session_id(9482))
(ppp_server_addr(00:19:55:4c:7d:4a))
)
)

File System compare – Fat32, EXT2, EXT3

All information needed to compare FAT32, NTFS, EXT2 and EXT3 file system are available at Wikipedia – Comparison of file systems
This is really useful to choose the better file system for the NAS because it’s OS-free and depends only by the firmware capability: actually, it can support FAT32, EXT2 and EXT3.

According to the wikipedia article, the best one is the EXT3 because it can easily recover from a power failure thanks to the journal.

So, I need to find a wait to backup the whole NAS and conver both disks to EXT3… 🙂