General :: How To Unpack And Repack Davinci UBL Boot Image

Oct 25, 2012

Phone: Alcatel Onetouch 991D

I extracted the system.img(ANDROID partition) following this guide on windows: Creating a ROM dump of your MT65x3 device (easily found by searching google, since I can't post links yet)

I then copied the system.img over to linux(ubuntu 12.10).

opened terminal and invoked the command below to see the type of image.

mkimage -l system.img

Code:
Image Type : Davinci UBL Boot Image
UBL magic : 00720019
Entry Point: 00730065[code]...

Code:

Bad magic

how to unpack this type of image or convert it to a raw image so then I can mount it?

General :: How to unpack and repack Davinci UBL Boot Image


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