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Old 08-18-2012, 10:28 AM   #55
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How about this:

Code:
cat /sys/module/rawdatatable/parameters/partition_param
Recovery Rootfs                 :1:0x00a00000
Diag                            :2:0x00a00000
READER                          :4:0x5a4d8000
fonts                           :5:0x01000000
dictionaries                    :6:0x08800000
SETTING                         :7:0x00a00000
preload                         :8:0x02800000
data                            :9:0x03000000
system                          :10:0x08000000

cat /sys/module/rawdatatable/parameters/rawdata_param
MBR                             :0x00000000:0x00000400
uBoot                           :0x00000400:0x000bfc00
Boot Env                        :0x000c0000:0x00020000
Reserved1                       :0x000e0000:0x00020000
Normal Kernel                   :0x00100000:0x00400000
Normal Rootfs                   :0x00500000:0x00100000
Recovery Kernel                 :0x00600000:0x00400000
Reserved2                       :0x00a00000:0x00500000
Normal Boot Env                 :0x00f00000:0x00020000
Recovery Boot Env               :0x00f20000:0x00020000
Raw Data Table                  :0x00f40000:0x00020000
Info                            :0x00f60000:0x00020000
Id                              :0x00f80000:0x00020000
Reserved3                       :0x00fa0000:0x00060000
Boot Image                      :0x01000000:0x00100000
Waveform                        :0x01100000:0x00200000
LOG                             :0x01300000:0x00500000
My guess would be that you should not touch first 3 partittions and anything before...

There is no BIOS - at all and you could read u-boot and Android documentation if you would like to know an exact boot sequence. I believe it is prety standard Android partitioning...
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