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2020-05-27nwztools/scsitool: add command to write NVPAmaury Pouly1-12/+190
Change-Id: I4a7a9688af1abb14de82013703f3a02b4644d5ed
2020-05-17nwztools/scsitool: add preliminary code to decode SCSI requestsAmaury Pouly1-2/+138
This can be useful to quickly device usb traces Change-Id: I843fbd5280f11686ea810b44ffb1414e844ebcf9
2020-05-17nwztools/scsitool: add more NVP propertiesAmaury Pouly1-1/+4
At least newer devices support more NVP properties in a device-independent numbering. Many are supported but I just added two useful ones Change-Id: I57926de7f0dd364b46a57ca8d48a5c4d4f20402b
2020-05-17nwztools/scsitool: add alternative firmware upgrade commandAmaury Pouly1-3/+11
Newer devices seem to require flags 0x00 where older devices wanted 0x80, now try both variants Change-Id: Ifeee641052857c66c1b64860d7309a235021a168
2020-05-17nwztools/scsitool: tweak outputAmaury Pouly1-1/+2
Change-Id: I43c5101502f3d2c34296b510b738276fd74f9b3d
2020-01-29sonynwz/scsitools: fix string buffer sizeAmaury Pouly1-1/+1
Change-Id: I8997e7c3791b805a70a30cd1209a69b7afbec1e7
2020-01-12nwztools/scsitool: fix out of buffer accessAmaury Pouly1-3/+2
Change-Id: Ib2c25dd21d39fda026e008950a805f032c916a72
2020-01-12nwztools/scsitools: simplify code and enable O2Amaury Pouly2-4/+3
Change-Id: Ic14bc5ff643c9cf4c6380b4c34999d704c65e460
2019-04-22nwztools: fix MakefileAmaury Pouly1-2/+3
Seems like newer versions of mingw will sponteanously add a .exe suffix to the output path if it doesn't have one, for example mingw-gcc -o scsitool bla will actually create scsitool.exe and of course this breaks my release script. Fix this by explicitely adding the .exe to avoid any problem Change-Id: Ic8019b968b532b2ca612ba0c03977a96c22cee01
2018-11-30nwzstools/scsitool: try to guess series if possibleAmaury Pouly1-0/+19
If the model is not known (ie model ID in the database) but another device from the same series is known, then the database information probably applies and one can use the "force" option -s to tell the tool to ignore the model ID. Automatically print such advice when the series can be guessed. Change-Id: I6bcc7aa29693df8c3d7d8e709ece7cea650be717
2018-11-30nwztools/scsitool: add experimental command to list Sony devicesAmaury Pouly1-3/+51
Change-Id: Ic4f382667c5c84514be661d36032c47fb8f92e75
2018-11-30Indentation fixAmaury Pouly1-2/+2
Change-Id: Ia0f96dd27c520cf2bfec4765619f53eaffee3e20
2018-01-13nwztools/scsitool: fix completely stupid codeAmaury Pouly1-1/+0
Change-Id: I3771388d24fe5fa249dcb40b231d7a4e06d3c3c8
2018-01-13nwztools/scsitool: print clearer message when nvp info is incompleteAmaury Pouly1-3/+8
Change-Id: I13b20b88b35e825da929a31e71ff42d68a79f131
2017-11-01nwztools/scsitools: print device list when listing seriesAmaury Pouly1-4/+22
Change-Id: Ic46c724c5d89a775dc20853410c8fe6f0ff9a4c8
2017-10-17nwztools/scsitools: don't try to get nodes when we don't know about the deviceAmaury Pouly1-2/+0
Change-Id: Id35671f1e039a94e2b319262e4faa51d73f12afd
2017-10-17nwztools/scsitool: slightly rework of help_us and helpAmaury Pouly1-5/+13
Now print list of devices immediately even if the rest of the command line is empty (ie 'scsitool -s ?' works, whereas before one would need an actual device to even get a list). Add more information in the help_us command: print kas, lyr and fpi. Change-Id: Icfeeaeebe28c774a74ca54661357fafa25c3d114
2017-10-06fix typoAmaury Pouly1-2/+2
Change-Id: Ic357f82d61cc0004ac6193fa9dbbc90976042574
2017-10-06nwztools/scsitool: various improvementsAmaury Pouly1-19/+55
The tool now provides more useful information for developers when the device is not supported. Is also has a new verb "help_us" that also prints all this information (notably the device info and model ID). Change-Id: I04baec8fff23eb83a0408add6296b5d42e9aa8e7
2017-09-19nwztools/scsitools: make do_fw_upgrade output less confusingAmaury Pouly1-3/+7
Change-Id: If616e646aeddf20aa3cee79a821a420d9102c708
2017-09-05Initial commit for the Sony NWZ linux portAmaury Pouly2-3/+3
SUPPORTED SERIES: - NWZ-E450 - NWZ-E460 - NWZ-E470 - NWZ-E580 - NWZ-A10 NOTES: - bootloader makefile convert an extra font to be installed alongside the bootloader since sysfont is way too small - the toolsicon bitmap comes from the Oxygen iconset - touchscreen driver is untested TODO: - implement audio routing driver (pcm is handled by pcm-alsa) - fix playback: it crashes on illegal instruction in DEBUG builds - find out why the browser starts at / instead of /contents - implement radio support - implement return to OF for usb handling - calibrate battery curve (NB: of can report a battery level on a 0-5 scale but probabl don't want to use that ?) - implement simulator build (we need a nice image of the player) - figure out if we can detect jack removal POTENTIAL TODOS: - try to build a usb serial gadget and gdbserver Change-Id: Ic77d71e0651355d47cc4e423a40fb64a60c69a80
2017-06-18nwztools/scsitool: add a command to query multiple nvp nodes at onceAmaury Pouly1-0/+17
Change-Id: I89fed904b282a202bc845b08f4c8d1200a49636d
2017-06-18nwztools/scsitool: fix devinfo, add dhpAmaury Pouly1-6/+69
The devinfo request returned the raw data, now the tool prints the various fields. Also add support for the dhp (destination/headphones/color ...): this one is untested because it's only supported starting from A10 or A20. There is still a problem with the dpcc prop: although it should work for DEVINFO, it does not, despite the fact that the get_dev_info command works and is internally (on the Sony) translated into a dpcc request. I keep the code just in case. Change-Id: I5aa8ef4afb0b11d3c0ddfa3d38f3e737ee1aff66
2017-06-18nwztools/scsitool: print error on check senseAmaury Pouly1-1/+14
The detailled error message is only printed if -d switch is on command line, otherwise there is no error message which is wrong so fix that. Change-Id: I397541c467940e9b290ee8d4ae704368b1ce132b
2017-01-09nwztools: add a "reset all settings" message in dest_toolAmaury Pouly1-0/+4
Users can't read the wiki instructions, hopefully they can read this... Change-Id: I3840879fdc663fb6e7f9234f352eea04a556256a
2017-01-08Makefile cleanupsAmaury Pouly1-1/+1
Change-Id: I69b8b81d357553c979682d42097eba864c951512
2017-01-08nwztools/scitool: rework node size, remove relaxed modeAmaury Pouly1-44/+69
The cool now takes the database as a hint and will not complain if the device returns less data. The tool also supports user provided size and raw node numbers that are not in the database (advanced usage). Change-Id: I8cec536718d7eff01c7803bea648d6122b82377a
2017-01-07nwztools/scsitools: use new SCSI libraryAmaury Pouly2-95/+45
Change-Id: I1b5688ba7ad99c7a22ba4532c8237b4563e4a9e4
2017-01-07nwztools/scsitool: add relaxed mode for nvpAmaury Pouly1-13/+24
Change-Id: I0a139eb236f825368ae627fdbb2f75286f747f10
2017-01-07imxtools: various fixes for WindowsAmaury Pouly1-0/+5
Don't use colors since the terminal doesn't support it. Also packing is broken on MinGW so use #pragma pack when compiling for windows, this is also supported by MSCV. Change-Id: I635649d52ed5f2e0af46cb9ca2ec325955b2ddb2
2017-01-04nwztools/scsitool: add option to force/specify seriesAmaury Pouly1-52/+66
We cannot auto-detect a device if we don't know its model ID, but we can't know the model ID if we haven't decrypted the upgrade which requires the key. The only way to solve this chicken-and-egg problem is to get the NVP table from kernel, create an empty series in the database (no model ID), then get the key using scsitool and forcing the model (using this commit), then decrypt the upgrade and get the model ID list. Change-Id: I8eced486a5f6a1a99028b25fdc4f87a3b11e31a8
2016-11-11nwztool/scsitools: cleanup and add destination changer toolAmaury Pouly2-183/+367
Now that we have a nice database of player index, the scsitool becomes more useful and supports a lot more players. I did some general cleanup of the code, though eventually it would be nice to really split it into a library and a CLI. The SCSI vendor command allow to read but also write most NVP nodes. Since there seems to a demand to change destination and sound pressure settings on device, I implement this feature in the tool. I do not plan to allow arbitrary NVP writes because this could easily brick the device. Changing the destination should be safe, but as usual, use at your own risks. Change-Id: Iff4e8cc3ac97b965c1df849051c5fd373756cda5
2013-01-10imxtools/nwztools: fix compilation for windowsAmaury Pouly1-0/+7
There is a windows port of the sg_utils library for scsi pass- through. This little changes make it compile under mingw. A better fix would be to implement direct ioctl on both windows and linux but that's already better than nothing Change-Id: I0d77cd1bad69806a66f0590362f165f24fa240e9
2012-12-11newtools/scsitool: fix typoAmaury Pouly1-1/+1
Change-Id: I882956c0022db846882c68f8aac7f9d8fe49dfa8
2012-11-13scsitools: add nwz firmware upgrade scsi commandAmaury Pouly1-0/+24
Change-Id: Iaebb442611c64fe4d47a07ce3b3d12c3230cafe5
2012-11-03nwztools: various fix and enhancementsAmaury Pouly1-2/+1
Change-Id: Iaa89df27b7a0c4eb9fc6603c431de3d1fe791fa1
2012-11-03scsi_tools: add support for nvp readingAmaury Pouly4-7/+315
There is a vendor specific command to read the NVP of the device, including the KAS. The trick is that the data is randomly scrambled using a so-called para_noise array of random values. There seems to be a problem when retrieving large entries (>1000 bytes typically) which causes sg_pt do behave strangely. Change-Id: Iefa6140df78ab9c7dcf7ac34cb1170979123ecd7
2012-11-03Introduce scsitool for sony nwz playersAmaury Pouly4-0/+639
This tool can send vendor specific scsi commands to sony nwz players such as getting serial number, model id, device info, and others. It can potentially be used to get some private keys stored on the device but probably not the KAS used to encrypt firmware upgrades images(UPG). Change-Id: Ia49c1edf8d421b20c4e9afeb1192e00e06eb6047