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    Car How to update RNS310 / RNS 315 Western Europe

    Hello,

    With the lose of a lot of thread, I recreate one with all I have do on a french forum.

    Thanks to every person who helped on the initial thread. I don't remember who created the original one.
    For the datas, thanks to Uglekislorod who uploaded them.

    Small tutorial to update your RNS 310 or RNS 315 with two USB sticks and a memory card Samsung EVO+ micro SD with adapter SD 32 or 64 GB.

    Let us now turn to serious matters.

    Attention, it is not possible to do this with any computer. A non exhaustive list is given at the bottom of the post.
    This method, although based on a 64-bit Ubuntu can be used on a 32-bit or 64-bit PC.
    The SD card reader must be plugged internally into a PCI. We'll check it out first.
    In addition, all EVO + memory cards do not work. I had to test 6.

    Some small downloads to do before anything else:
    Create your ubuntu USB key:
    Spoiler: url
    http://unetbootin.github.io/


    Ubuntu 16.04 LTS x64 modified to be able to recover the memory card after having used it for new updates:
    Spoiler: url
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8PV7qMRmC81bDRMU2s5X2tpMms/view


    Western Europe map V9 for the RNS RNS 310:
    Spoiler: url
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_phdw09DfsGRC1HOVhNZXFlRnM/view

    It is a torrent. Download only the file RNS310_V9_WestEurope
    Unzip it and copy the cryptnav folder to the second USB key

    Western Europe Map V9 for the RNS RNS 315:
    Spoiler: url
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_phdw09DfsGTU5ZMGZ4M2VsLWM/view

    It is a torrent. Download only 5 RNS.rar files
    Unzip it and copy the navpsf_update folder to the second USB key

    Tools to modify the CID of your card:
    Spoiler: url
    http://www107.zippyshare.com/v/VThr3r2n/file.html

    Once everything is downloaded, unpack the archive CID.rar
    Only the VW folder will be useful. Copy it to the second USB stick

    Launch unetbootin and create a bootable USB flash drive from the Ubuntu ISO downloaded earlier on the first USB flash drive.

    During the creation of the bootable USB key:
    Create a text file and copy all the commands to launch, it will avoid the wrecks (they are blue underneath)
    Once this file is complete, copy it to the second USB key

    Your Ubuntu USB key is complete and the second key is ready (Text file, CID folder and cryptnav / navpsf_update folder present)
    Unplug the second USB key.
    Restart the PC on the USB key and choose Try Ubuntu Without install

    Once Ubuntu has started, pass the keyboard in French, it will be more fun:
    In the left bar, click on the System Settings and then on Text Entry, add french and delete english
    Plug the second USB stick and copy the VW folder to the Ubuntu desktop.
    Open the text file
    Then open the VW folder on the desktop, right click (on the folder but not on a file) and choose open in terminal

    We would start by checking whether the PC is able to make the CID modification and the SD card lock:
    Switch to root mode:
    sudo -s

    Type the command:
    df
    The memory card must appear in / dev / mmcblk***
    If it appears in / dev / sdc**, then this PC will not allow you to continue.

    We will now check if the IDC of the card can be modified:
    Command :
    ls -l /sys/block | grep mmc

    This will work normally if:
    .../mmc_host/mmc0/mmc0:0001/block/mmcblk0
    Will not work if:
    …/mmc_host/mmc0/mmc0:59B4/block/mmcblk0

    If you have the right SD card, then we will check that it is in FAT32 or format it if it is not.
    Click the first icon on the left bar and type "Disks" in the search bar.
    Start Disks and do the necessary if the SD card is not in FAT 32

    Next, copy the cryptnav (RNS 310) or navpsf_update (RNS 315) folder to the memory card. It should be around 5.15 GB
    When the copy is complete, return to the terminal.

    Read the current CID:
    Command :
    cat /sys/block/mmcblk0/device/cid

    If you are on a 64 bits system, use all the mmc64 commands. If you are on a 32 bits system, replace mmc64 by mmc32 in the next steps

    Before using the mmc64 tool, you must modify its rights:
    Command :
    chmod -c 777 mmc64

    Modify the CID:
    For the RNS 310:
    Command :
    sudo ./mmc64 prog_cid /dev/mmcblk0 094150414620534402107e426c010b​00
    For the RNS 315:
    Command :
    sudo ./mmc64 prog_cid /dev/mmcblk0 5d53424c32424d31013917ca53010400
    Here are the two lines you should see:
    Writing new CID
    Success! Remove and reinsert CID.

    Remove the memory card and reinsert it there.
    Verify that CID rewrite has worked:
    Command :
    cat /sys/block/mmcblk0/device/cid

    If the CID displayed is: 094150414620534402107e426c010b** or 5d53424c32424d31013917ca530104**
    So let's go on. Otherwise, try rewriting but if the problem persists, try another card, it may be in mmc: 0001, it is not 100% guaranteed that the CID can be modified.
    If you are doing the update for an RNS 310. Go to your GPS. Do not lock the card.

    Now lock the card (only for RNS 315):
    Warning, if you lock it, only a nokia mobile phone listed below or the following procedure will allow you to unlock it but formatting compulsory.
    Command :
    sudo ./mmc64 lock_sd /dev/mmcblk0 C99A20843ED7D90B6801E49F2BC802​77
    If all is ok, you will have this message :
    SEND_STATUS response: 0x0000900


    That's it, all you have to do is update your GPS.
    Go put the memory card in your GPS and start the update.

    Once the operation is complete, your card is not lost. You'll unlock it.
    But unfortunately, it will have to be formatted. But it does not matter, you downloaded the update to be able to do this on another GPS or for a future update.
    If the PC is still under ubuntu, in the terminal:
    Comand :
    sudo -s
    Then
    Command :
    echo erase> /sys/bus/mmc/devices/mmc0*/loc​k
    The following message should display:
    bash: echo: write error: Connection timed out

    All you have to do is eject the card physically, reinsert it and format it using the Ubuntu Disks tool.


    Do not hesitate if you discover new PCs and new phones: tablets allowing this manipulation to transmit it to me to make live this post.


    Phones able to unlock and format SD card :

    Nokia E71 - Symbian S60 v9.2
    Nokia E72 - Symbian S60 V9.3
    Nokia 6220 - Symbian S60 V9.3
    Nokia E51 - Symbian S60 v9.2
    Nokia E52 - Symbian S60 V9.3
    Nokia N82 - Symbian S60 v9.2
    Nokia N97 - Symbian S60 v9.4
    Nokia C5 - Symbian S60 V9.3
    Nokia 5800 XpressMusic - Symbian S60 v9.4
    Nokia 700 - Symbian Belle
    Nokia 701 - Symbian Belle
    Nokia 6220 - Symbian S60 V9.3
    Nokia 5230 - Symbian S60 v9.4
    Asha 210
    nokia c6-00

    Phones unable to unlock SD CARD :

    * Nokia E65 - Symbian V9.1 S60
    * Nokia E61i - Symbian V9.1 S60

    List of capable computers to modify CID and to unlock SD card :

    HP probook 470 g3
    Lenovo X121e
    HP pavilion DV6500
    Toshiba Satellite Skullcandy
    Lenovo 420
    Asus x550l
    Asus x550c
    Dell Latitude E6540
    Lenovo Yoga 700
    Lenovo Ideapad 300
    DELL Vostro 15 3000
    Dell E6410
    HP Pavilion DV6700
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    when i try to format sd card in Ubuntu i gor error message
    bash: echo: write error: conection time out

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    Hi, Only eject the sd card and reinsure it.
    You can now format with the disks utility of Ubuntu
    Last edited by Crolpg; 23rd March 2017 at 01:17 PM.

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    Where can I find valid sd Evo plus for this update?

    Thanks

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    Hi,

    I bought one on Amazon, seller and expedite by amazon.

    Other ones, on boulanger, a appliance seller.

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    Hi,

    Does anyone know, if there is any other SD card, that works 100%?

    Tnx

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    Hi,

    Only Samsung EVO+ cards can have CID modified

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    If someone has a problem with the change CID for RNS315, so let me send a message to Skype or email. No in PM here.
    Last edited by clouseau22; 24th March 2017 at 09:19 PM.

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    Can we only unlock but not erase ?
    Last edited by Crolpg; 26th March 2017 at 12:00 PM.

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    I hear, that this site went under criminal investigation, because all this solutions can be used as money print for sellers ... and some other sites also...
    If there will be someone to promote copyright violations will be banned and and everything will be deleted again...

 

 
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