Originally Posted by Logseman
Is there a way for me to extract the firmware files being in WVista? In the case that couldn't be, could someone post the firmware english version?
install third party application poterm - terminal emulator for PocketBook
Make yourself familiar with the very, very basic Unix commands ls, pwd, cd, cp, df
ls - list the contents of the directory. If there is no parameter list contents of current directory, otherwise list directory that follows the ls command. Example ls /mnt/ext1
pwd - print (give on screen) name of current directory
cd - change the current directory
cp - copy file. In our case cp * /mnt/ext1 copies all files from current directory to /mnt/ext1 directory (here is mounted what you see as contents of the main memory when you connect PocketBook to the PC)
df - print where various partitions are mounted. I have used this to find out where the "main memory" partition is mounted
Start terminal emulator and enter following commands
/bin/ash: can't access tty; job control turned off
BusyBox v1.12.2 (2009-01-04 17:45:10 EET) built-in shell (ash)
Enter 'help' for a list of built-in commands.
$ cd ebrmain
$ cd lang
/bin/ash: cd: can't cd to lang
$ cd language
Filesystem 1k-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on
rootfs 8192 6156 2036 75% /
/dev/root 8192 6156 2036 75% /
none 24576 20 24556 0% /tmp
none 4096 12 4084 0% /var
none 4096 0 4096 0% /dev
tmpfs 31684 0 31684 0% /dev/shm
/dev/mtdblock5 32768 32768 0 100% /ebrmain
/dev/mtdblock6 477896 371248 106648 78% /mnt/ext1
/dev/mmcblk0p1 994944 898688 96256 90% /mnt/ext2
$ ls /mnt/ext1
$ cp * /mnt/ext1/
cp: omitting directory 'keyboard'
The above listing is log of my entire hacking session.
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Connect PocketBook to the computer and copy desired files from the main memory.
The poterm log file is in directory /games - where the poterm.app is located.
Upload zip file with extracted files to Mobileread ;-)