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help [2011/12/17 02:31]
lilafisch no more bluemchenwiese!
help [2011/12/28 03:11] (current)
baldo Flashing firmware if testing firmware is still installed
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 Yes, that's expected. When you flashed the new firmware, you implicitly jailbroke the device and moved on from Bluemchenwiese to Hackerspace... That means you lost the original secret keys forever (unless you manage to extract them from another device, of course) and the old l0dable files are encrypted with those old keys - so you can't install them anymore. You have to install new l0dable files that are encrypted with the new keys (probably those which you downloaded from git and renamed to SECRET.release,​ see http://​r0ket.badge.events.ccc.de/​build ). Yes, that's expected. When you flashed the new firmware, you implicitly jailbroke the device and moved on from Bluemchenwiese to Hackerspace... That means you lost the original secret keys forever (unless you manage to extract them from another device, of course) and the old l0dable files are encrypted with those old keys - so you can't install them anymore. You have to install new l0dable files that are encrypted with the new keys (probably those which you downloaded from git and renamed to SECRET.release,​ see http://​r0ket.badge.events.ccc.de/​build ).
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 +=== r0ket only displays test output ===
 +
 +If you see the following output after power on and your r0ket doesn'​t do anything else, it still contains the testing firmware:
 +
 +  testing...
 +  flash...ok
 +  ADC...ok
 +  RF...timeout
 +  spi...ok
 +  test done
 +  ready for
 +  takeoff
 +
 +In this case follow the instructions on [[init|init]] to flash the firmware yourself.
help.txt ยท Last modified: 2011/12/28 03:11 by baldo