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Discuss [sleep mode] no incoming call at the General - Hackint0sh.org; Originally Posted by donando1 I'll still have the two phones for a few more days, ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by donando1 View Post
    I'll still have the two phones for a few more days, if anyone has any ideas on how I might compare them. As I said above, identical in everyway except one!

    Cheers!
    hi donando
    happy to read you have a working iphone to compare.
    so before you give it away please try to do the following,it may help us in the future.

    If we still belive it is a software iusse and this is in the Nor,like orcinus said, we can proceed if you agree in this way.

    Thanks to the dev team we can extract from the phone all the NOR content with NORDumper.
    I have already done on my iphone,i have it on my desktop.
    So proceed this way for both the working and non working iphone,same firmware 1.1.1,Bl 3.9,ssh bla bla bla...

    download NORDdumper from here http://iphone.unlock.no/files/NORDumper and copy it to /usr/bin/
    download Putty from here http://the.earth.li/~sgtatham/PuTTY/.../x86/PuTTY.exe and connect to iphone
    run the following command

    cd /usr/bin/
    chmod +x NORDumper
    launchctl unload -w /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.CommCenter.plist
    NORDumper nordump.bin (Wait 10/20 minuts and is done,copy from phone to pc)
    launchctl load -w /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.CommCenter.plist

    N.B. before launching NORDumper "airplane mode" and autolock to "never" (if you don't want to say fack.... to who stopped the process calling you just in the meanwhile, like i did).


    Once done the process now we need to compare the two Image of the NOR.
    This is very hard to do but right now we can try to do it hoping some guru can help as in the future.
    obviously i'm not asking you to give me the file i know there is the imei in it,you have to try yourself.

    Right now we can compare the file in an HeX editor or disassemble it like i did with mine using IDA PRO Disassembler(very nice this one you can compare the single strings and whatch if they are similar or broken).
    we have to try to find the iusse and then go on patching it with the good one.

    than we can reflash just the part of the nor.(for this we need help and we are going to ask for this only if we have really found
    the problem)

    If you think all this is stupid and have a better way i'm ready to try!

    Finally: please make olso a backup of all the file in the working Iphone to desktop so that if we need it we Have it.

    thank you!
    Last edited by Derter; 11-22-2007 at 07:12 PM.


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    Ok, I did it. The 'good iphone' is just dumping now...I already did the 'bad iphone' one. Not sure what to do with the dumps, after its finished, but I'll start with a some quick visual checks with a hex editor.

    I've noticed that the 'good iphone' has no CrashDump files in the /logs directory, whereas the 'bad iphone' has logs many log files....

    they are named like this: log-2007-11-19-18-01-44.txt, log-2007-11-19-14-53-04.plist, log-2007-11-22-20-44-19.txt

    sometimes several per day, sometimes only one....I suspect there is one for every time I let it go into sleep mode....I'm sure I've tried at least once per day in the last week to put it into sleep mode and then try calling it.

    The contents of the files look like this:

    Incident ID: 3AE2B973-9B29-49FC-BAA4-929C062A6EA8
    Reason: modem reset
    Date: 11/19/2007 18:01:44 -0500
    IMEI: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx <<=== I masked out the real IMEI here
    OS-Version: 3A109a
    Firmware-Version: 04.01.13_G
    Uptime: 31

    sm=178,28482,1,4,46
    640194 recv[sms]: +CRSM: 144,0,"534D532053657474696E6773FFFFFFFFFFFFE1FFFFF FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF07913121139418F0FFFFFFFF0000FF"
    640196 recv[sms]: OK
    640196 send[sms]: at+crsm=178,28482,2,4,46
    640250 recv[sms]: +CRSM: 144,0,"456D61696C2053657474696E6773FFFFFFFFE003812 1F1FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF07913121139418F0FFFFFFFF3200FF"
    640252 recv[sms]: OK
    640252 send[sms]: at+crsm=178,28482,3,4,46
    640307 recv[sms]: +CRSM: 144,0,"456D707479FFFFFFFF

    it continues like this for many pages until something like this:

    1022814 mux: Enter low power mode.
    1022814 mux: Control channel sending PSC command (0 bytes).
    1022818 mux: Control channel received PSC response (0 bytes).
    1022870 reg: Entered low power at 13:05:05 (-300) 11/19/2007 ST (1029)
    1023055 ipc: *** Baseband crash detected! ***
    1023055 rm: reset called with reason modem reset
    1023055 rm: Reset: modem reset
    1023094 rm: ENTER: resetCommon
    1023094 rm: start reset dispatcher state
    1023094 rm: end reset dispatcher state
    1023094 evt: Sending internal notification kEventRadioOff (6) params={0, 0, 0x0}
    1023094 clm: Clearing DTMF queue
    1023094 evt: Sending event kServiceProviderNameNotification (13)
    .....

    notice the *** Baseband crash detected! ***

    it continues for several more pages until the last few lines:

    1062624 rm: Flushing any pent-up OK's
    1062624 rm: Re-enabled reset
    1062625 rm: Need to change baud rate
    1062625 send[default]: at+xlog=0
    1062630 recv[default]: at+xlog=0
    1062635 recv[default]: +XGENDATA: "DEV_ICE_MODEM_04.01.13_G

    1062635 recv[default]: "
    1062641 recv[default]: OK
    1062642 rm: writing logs to: /Library/Logs/Baseband/log-2007-11-19-18-01-44.txt

    On the 'good iphone' there are no files in the same directory.

    Nordumper still going...

    Wouldn't it be nice if we figured this out before Apple did?

    But it sure is looking more and more like a H/W issue, and as some one alluded to previously, the baseband is having a hardtime coming out of low-power mode.

    ok, nordump finished....i now have nordump-good and nordump-bad.

    If anybody has any clue as to what to look for, let me know.

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    can someone please sum this thread?
    too much info for 24 pages.
    Last edited by zoro66; 11-24-2007 at 11:42 AM.
    iPhone 8GB 2g
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    Quote Originally Posted by donando1 View Post
    I've noticed that the 'good iphone' has no CrashDump files in the /logs directory, whereas the 'bad iphone' has logs many log files....
    FWIW, my iPhone's baseband doesn't crash upon entering the low power state.
    So it seems not every affected iPhone shows the same symptoms nor the same cause.

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    as i said before. I replaced the commboard. And al is working again.
    I'm afraid this is the only working solution.

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    I found in the crash logs:

    1022779 rm: enter low power
    1022779 evt: Sending internal notification kEventEnteringLowPower (14) params............
    1022783 send[reg]: at+xmer=0


    Notice, 14 params sent somewhere to start "low power" mode....

    I suspect some tweeking of those params might fix this problem...just need apple to acknowledge and fix....

    I'm living with orcinus 's solution right now, and its fine, actually, its kind of nice to keep the Wifi active and you don't have to wait for a reconnection when coming out of standby.....however, i don't like knowing that I have a defective iphone and would really like to see this fixed....i'll wait until I do the 1.1.2 upgrade and if not fixed, its going back to apple....whenever I can figure out how to do that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mdiersma2 View Post
    as i said before. I replaced the commboard. And al is working again.
    I'm afraid this is the only working solution.
    No it's not. Buying a new iphone is another one.
    And about just as appropriate

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    Quote Originally Posted by donando1 View Post
    Notice, 14 params sent somewhere to start "low power" mode....
    Those aren't 14 parameters sent somewhere, but the ID of the system notification baseband sends to the OS when it goes into low power state. At least that's the way i see it (could be completely off).

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    I've upgrade to 1.1.2
    no lucky here!
    the problem is always there!!
    sigh!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by donando1 View Post

    ok, nordump finished....i now have nordump-good and nordump-bad.

    If anybody has any clue as to what to look for, let me know.
    Ok donando
    did you found any difference in the dumps of the nor?
    If you use windows try to compare the two file with Ultraedit-32.
    Or better reflash all the good nor in the bad iphone!at least you will have two iphone with the same imei!! joking

    Confirm that in my crash report there is no baseband crash,like orcinus.
    yesterday as usual i pointed my wake up call on the iphone,but today i was late at work.
    so now i know that if you don't delete the com.apple.........plist no incoming calls,no sms and no wake up call!!
    i'm going to believe is an hardware iusse.
    the only way for me to change the iphone is to give them back burned,dead.no power on!
    the only problem is that the new one will be locked!!


 

 

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