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Posted - 06 janv. 2007 : 04:39:04 Someone mentioned before, by hold reset while turn on power switch, mio will enter to a hardware utilities. I have tried it, and copy down the menus. So far, doesn't have anything I can play with. Maybe somebody can dig in.
WINCE Upgrade 0=WINCE by USB 1=WINCE by SD?MMC 2=WINCE by USB (Quickly) 3=Exit Choice: 0
UBOOT Upgrade 0=UBOOT by USB 1=UBOOT by SD/MMC 2=Exit Choice: 0
BT Test o=Test Mode 1=RF Test 2=Throughput Client 3=Resr 4=Exit Choice: 0
Other Tools 0=Memory Test 1=ROM CheckSum 2=Gps Test 3=Gps Updating 4=Download FAT Raw 5=Upload FAT Raw 6=Format Flash for BINFS 7=NAND_Tools 8=Exit Choice: 0
Push power button for selecting. Reset to enter.
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Posted - 11 oct. 2010 : 10:06:46 Can someone please tell me how to exit from this menu?
I enter this menu and now I don't know how to exit. Please help...
Posted - 19 févr. 2007 : 16:27:53 would be nice if we could upgrade to wm5?
Posted - 12 févr. 2007 : 08:56:06 Can anyone confirm if this works on a C710? I haven't been able to get it to work but then I'm not sure about the exact method.
Uboot is the term that Mio has used for firmware update files and methods for its devices - for example the A701.
Posted - 12 févr. 2007 : 05:18:47 I think the exact method stated was do a hard reset, and while that was occurring do a soft reset. Me, I don't have the cajones (yet) to try anything on the menu, looks like factory stuff (ROM Flash? What is "UBOOT" ??). But don't let me stop anyone...
Posted - 12 févr. 2007 : 04:53:06 Is it the hard reset switch or soft reset that has to be used when turning on the power? I tried the soft reset with power switch but nothing happened. Still hesitate to do the hard reset test.
Posted - 16 janv. 2007 : 07:20:51 Mostly, it looks like stuff that one should not try. Possibly these might be useful or interesting: 0=Memory Test (is it non-destructive?, it is RAM or FLASH?) 1=ROM CheckSum (useful only if one knows what it should be) 2=Gps Test (maybe? ... ) So, I am fearful to to test here. Sorry!
Posted - 16 janv. 2007 : 06:55:18 bump for any update?