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Old 10-16-2012, 11:26 AM   #695
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Originally Posted by adi23 View Post
I have recovered my old values from a log file, but i don't understand how should i set the values with the idme command.

Thank you
Please PM me your values, and I will patch them into my custom u-boot binary that forces them. Just rename the MfgTool diags.bin file to diags.orig.bin, and then put the new diags.bin with your idme vars patched in that folder. Then boot diags with MfgTool.

EDIT: In the diags Settings menu, the pcbsn idme var is called "PCBA ID". The only idme vars I need to patch are serial and pcbsn.

EDIT2: I just tested this. It boots to whatever mode the bootmode idme var and/or ENABLE_DIAGS file selected, just like a normal bootup. WARNING: It actually wrote the idme vars. My demo kindle serial and pcbsn changed to the forced values from my other kindle. I have a backup though, so I will change them back...

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