N900 driver sd needs updating
Also, all information contained in which is the area visible in the default file manager (or when connecting to a computer), will remain intact.
Your external memory (micro SD), will also be unaffected.
Flashing the e MMC and rootfs on your N900 will completely reset the device to factory settings, reverting everything to factory settings, including /home with all (app-)preferences, bookmarks, contacts, communications, but again, excluding the external memory on micro-SD card and the lockcode.
(you MUST flash rootfs as well, when flashing e MMC (because of deletion) It is strongly advised you regularly use the Backup application to create backups of your settings and data to a safe storage.
t=81613 More info about U-Boot on N900 is in first post.
There is an open source flasher application called 0x FFFF, which is working with the Nokia N900.
N8x0 owners might want to have a look to older versions, like This page grew organically, so structuring is suboptimal. This page is not exactly a step-by-step instruction, so better read the whole page prior to starting the flashing process.
v=O54Kd Lv TA2U Please see the main article Flashing N9.
LED patterns) are reset to the original configuration, with the exception of the lock code; if you have already set a custom lock code, it will remain intact, instead of reverting to the default "12345".sre thinks, that the hci protocol extension code should be put into a file similar to drivers/bluetooth/hci_ll.c, which could be called drivers/bluetooth/hci_nokia.c (hci with nokia extensions).This would result in the protocol being available as hci_uart_proto for usage in a hci-uart driver.Last but not least it will request to close the socket using LS_SOCKET_CLOSE_REQUEST_NTF.The wireshark plugin mentioned above can also be used to analyse A-GPS sessions (e.g. The Nokia N900 is a Linux based smartphone from Nokia, which has been released in November 2009.It's sold with Maemo using a patched 2.6.28 kernel (adding board support and lots of drivers).A-GPS works by Modem requesting CPU to open a socket (it supplies domain/ip and port) [pkg type LS_SOCKET_OPEN_REQUEST_NTF].Then the modem will continue by requesting to send some data using pkg type LS_SOCKET_SEND_REQUEST_NTF, followed by requesting to receive some data [pkg type LS_SOCKET_RECV_REQ].(NOTE: it is a good idea to do a new backup of the system immediately prior to any restore - of course you don't overwrite an existing backup file for that, instead give the new backup a new descriptive name, like "system_broken-foobar__prior_to_restore") When flashing the e MMC, all user-created content on My Docs ("N900") must also be backed up manually to an external location in order to be preserved (i.e. You can use Mass-Storage-mode via USB for this, or copy the whole content of My Docs with Filemanager or similar tools.The e MMC image will contain and restore the My Docs factory setting files and folders (.documents, .images, icons, etc.).