Motoactv

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Hardware Specs

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  • Texas Instruments OMAP3 3630
    • CPU: ARM Cortex-A8 @ 600MHz
  • RAM: 256MB
  • FLASH: 8GB/16GB eMMC
  • Cypress TrueTouch CP7457AT
    • SCREEN: 1.6" (176x220) multitouch capacitive
  • Texas Instruments WL1271
    • WIFI: 802.11b/g/n
    • BLUETOOTH: 4.0 (low-power mode)
    • FM RADIO
  • Texas Instruments M430V294
  • Cirrus Logic CS42L73-CWZ Audio Codec
    • AUDIO: 3.5mm Headphone
  • BUTTONS: 5 physical, 1 capacitive

Software Versions

Hotkeys

Bootloader Fastboot Mode

Power off the device, hold START and press POWER

Bootloader SBF Mode

Power off the device, hold MUSIC and press POWER

Reboot

Hold START and POWER

Recovery

fastboot flash misc misc.img
fastboot flash recovery recovery.img
fastboot reboot

The misc partition is used to force the bootloader into recovery mode, this change will only last one boot and will be automatically reverted. The recovery image has been modified to include adb access to a busybox shell as root. The recovery will be reverted back to stock upon booting a stock image.

Boot

fastboot flash boot boot.img
fastboot reboot

The rooted boot image above is a stock boot.img that has been modified to include an adb shell running as root (ro.secure=0). It is not rooted in the xda sense, as it does not install su or SuperUser.apk expected by rooted apps. If you want these you can manually install them from adb. The hack boot image adds the acceleration sensors to android.

WARNING This will set persist.service.adb.enable=1 which results in a /data/property/persist.service.adb.enable .. in other words, if you restore to stock you'll find adb is still enabled. If this happens, run the following command and uncheck 'USB Debugging' to return to stock.

adb shell am start -a com.android.settings.APPLICATION_DEVELOPMENT_SETTINGS

Partition layout

See Motoactv/CDT

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