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Old 15-October-2009, 17:14
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Ah what the hell. I have ordered 2 x BTHH 1.5's off ebay for the princely sum of 10.70 incl postage. Am hoping they have bootloader 2.0.7 or above.
I have unlocked the black V1 (bootloader 2.0.5) hub to take the TG790 CANT-A firmware. All works except for the FXO (landline) port. I have a few ideas about that and I think the bootloader from the BTHH 1.5 may help in getting that cracked.
Be warned though. It'll take a jtag flash to get it going but don't worry I'll post a complete how to on that side of things.

Psi

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Old 15-October-2009, 18:24
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Thats the spirit,,
Lets save some hubs from the landfill..

Personally I just use them (the older V1) as cordless SIP/FXO extensions and a bit of wifi boosting with WDS round the home and office.
Also great to use on an existing PBX system to add SIP,
although there are better sip units for that.
So no need for the Jtagging process as they are never the Master hub.

To be honest I have never seen the New unit in the flesh so no idea what can and can't be done.

But if you are looking for encouragment to proceed then
Hey hey hey, GO GO GO..
We all want it done, if only for the sake of seeing that it could be.

Hv.
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Old 20-October-2009, 10:21
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Done! - The Version 1.5 is now officially HACKED!
Reason for the "router has started in the wrong mode" error when trying to use the 6.1.9.6 firmware in the 1.5 is beacuse the bootloader - Version 2.0.7 - performs additional checking before flashing the firmware. When it finds the wrong firmware in ram it goes into kernel mode and throws the firmware out.
There's was very very simple solution to this issue:
Downgrade the bootloader to Version 2.0.5 from the V1 home hub. Yes it was as easy as that.
By downgrading the bootloader it will allow you to use the 6.1.9.6 ST7G firmware with the same functioality as the V1 on 6.1.9.6. But if you customise the bootloader you can get almost full functionality from the CANT-A firmwares.
I have Jtagged in a custom bootloader derived from the 2.0.5 bootloader and am now running the CANT-A ST790 Version 7.4.1.7 firmware in it's entirety. Again as in the V1 the only thing that does not work is the FXO port which is a pity but everything else is working and stable. I have also noticed my line sync has increased as well which is a pleasent bonus.

Psi
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Old 20-October-2009, 19:12
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Sweet,
Topmarks Psi

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Old 23-October-2009, 11:10
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psi can u tell us detail how u did it provide us with all the files we need
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Old 24-October-2009, 15:37
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psi can u tell us detail how u did it provide us with all the files we need
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More than happy to.
Can you please give me a couple of days to get it done though as have the family round this weekend.

Psi
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Old 25-October-2009, 08:45
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take ur time psi family is most important
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Old 25-October-2009, 22:42
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YEAHHHh!!! Getting pretty excited now. Really hope this works, I can't be bothered buying a new router and the HH is loads better than my SKY Sagem one.
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Old 28-October-2009, 22:45
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As requested:
The complete how to is now up on my site.

http://www.psidoc.com/homehub/

If you find any errors please let me know.

Psi
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Old 05-November-2009, 10:17
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PSI Doc

Congratulations on your great finding and thaks very much for making the information publicly available.

When I read about it last night I was really excited since I have had a BT HH 1.5 stuck in a wardrobe for almost a year now.

I already had a BT HH 1.0 flashed to ST firmware being used for Virgin broadband, but BT HH 1.5 is much smaller and better looking that the 1.0.

My only problem now is how to get the JTAG working since my laptop is quite modern and does not have parallel port.

I was wondering if there is a way to hack the router through a RS232 interface rather than the parallel port. RS232 interfaces are more accessible nowadays even if only by using a USB ro RS232 convertor.

I have to say that I am probably talking nonsense here as I do not quite now muchabout the subject. O

Thanks again.

Regards, WaKaRu.
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Old 06-November-2009, 15:16
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Sadly no the RS232 port A.K.A. Console port on the router is for command line access only. Like telnet, but you can actually watch and if needs be interrupt the boot sequence etc.
There was some experimentation done a while ago with trying to change MTDblock1 (the filesystem block that the operating system is installed in) on the fly via the console but it was sadly a no go.
The only was to get at the bootloader is direct via a flash rom programmer or JTAG.

Psi
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Old 06-November-2009, 18:09
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Well... I guess that I'll have to borrow a laptop/desktop with a printer port.
I'll let you know how I get on with the flashing once I get the cable made and find the printer port to borrow

Thanks again PsiDoc!
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Old 07-November-2009, 11:07
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I know what you mean. My dell laptop does not have a printer port so I have to go cap in hand to the wife to borrow hers as it does.
Am thinking about buying an old laptop off ebay just for this purpose.

Psi
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Old 08-November-2009, 13:10
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Yes, that's right.

My DELL Inspiron laptop had an old printer port (DB25) as well as RS232 COMM port, however I gave it to my dad a few months ago and now I'm stuck with my Toshiba company laptop with just a couple of USB ports, ethernet and video out. Unfortunately my dad lives quite far away from me (in a different country, as a matter of fact) therefore borrowing the laptop back is not an option

I have also realised that there are "USB 2.0 to Parallel DB25F Adapter Cables" for about 5 (and less than 2 on eBay!). Do you think taht will work for this? I've got the feeling that it will

Also, I've been checking the innards of my BT HH 1.5. The picture you have on your site for the JTAG connections in the HH board are not very clear to me, particularly the GROUND. I've taken a picture and edited it according to what I think it is. Could you confirm that it is like this?


Last edited by wakaru; 08-November-2009 at 22:06. Reason: Include picture
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Old 08-November-2009, 23:45
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You're picture is 100% correct.
Re the USB to Parallel be careful The one I bought is setup as a USB print device so no use at all.

Psi

PS: Can I pinch your piccy to use?
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Old 09-November-2009, 00:14
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You're picture is 100% correct.
Re the USB to Parallel be careful The one I bought is setup as a USB print device so no use at all.
[...]
Originally Posted by PsiDOC View Post
Brilliant. Thanks for the confirmation

Well, I guess the same thing will occur with the cheap one I just ordered from eBay. Not a big loss as it costed less than 2 O

I guess I'll have to borrow another laptop/desktop after all X)

[...]
PS: Can I pinch your piccy to use?
Of course you can. I'll be honoured in fact

Here's a 'Higher-Quality' image if you prefer it

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Old 12-November-2009, 10:03
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I've finally managed to make my JTAG cable out of an old printer cable that I had lying around and a few 100 Ohms resistors from a different proyect.

Also borrowed an old laptop with an old printer port for the process.

I followed PsiDoc instructions and the whole thing went right on the 1st try, which is unusual for me "

PsiDoc, I've only got a couple of things to mention regarding your instructions :
  • The step 1 from the "Flashing the CFE" section has a typo. In the flashing instruction you typed "brjtag" twice.
  • On the Step 2 fom the "Loading the new Firmware" where you state "Reflash as you normally would using the Speedtouch Updater in the UpgradeST folder", I would put an hyperlink to http://www.josephn.net/unlocking_bt_home_hub for instance, where there is a step-on-step tutorial on how to use it. I struggled to remember which IP was the default one for the HH Router (192.168.1.254) when setting my static IP.

Now I'm the proud owner of a BT HH 1.5 router flashed with the SpeedTouch 7.4.1.7 Firmware. I still have to test it though, because it was quite late when I completed the whole process.

I'll put a couple of pictures of my JTAG cable when I get some time so you can all see it.

PsiDoc, I have another silly question for you. If I wanted to flash my other BT HH 1.0 which is running SpeedTouch firmware 6.1.9.6, with any of the other 2 ST firmwares available from your tutorial (7.4.1.7 (ZZGKAA7.417.bin) or 6.2.29.2 (ZZGQAA6.2T2.bin)) and DID NOT want to use the JTAG cable. Could I just Hex Edit the firmware files from CANT-A to BANT-7 so the SpeedTouch Updater would accept them?

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Old 12-November-2009, 19:06
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Nice one mate. It's quite easy to do isn't it?
Thanks for proof reading the how to for me as well. All coments noted and will correct it afterwards.

Psi
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Old 13-November-2009, 23:34
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Yes. I've got to say that my soldering skill are not great and I managed to do it, so anybody else could!

PsiDoc, Any idea if the following is possible?

PsiDoc, I have another silly question for you. If I wanted to flash my other BT HH 1.0 which is running SpeedTouch firmware 6.1.9.6, with any of the other 2 ST firmwares available from your tutorial (7.4.1.7 (ZZGKAA7.417.bin) or 6.2.29.2 (ZZGQAA6.2T2.bin)) and DID NOT want to use the JTAG cable. Could I just Hex Edit the firmware files from CANT-A to BANT-7 so the SpeedTouch Updater would accept them?
I've also have tried registering the HH phone to sipgate.co.uk without any luck (tried following the router config menu and also the CLI instructions from http://homehubhacks.co.uk/). PsiDoc, Could I PM you for some help please? Thanks.

Finally, a couple of pictures as promised:






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Old 22-November-2009, 14:17
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I've also have tried registering the HH phone to sipgate.co.uk without any luck (tried following the router config menu and also the CLI instructions from http://homehubhacks.co.uk/). PsiDoc, Could I PM you for some help please? Thanks.
Originally Posted by wakaru View Post
Yes course you can mate. Sorry I wasn't ingnoring you. Have just not been in for a couple of days as working on a new porject as you saw on modem-help.

Psi
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Old 24-November-2009, 07:58
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hey PSi i followed ur whole tutorial every thing went smooth after flashing now all lights turned red and when i connect ethernet cable i m unable to connect to modem
no green lights and hub is restarting after every 10 min

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Old 24-November-2009, 19:32
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ms90210

Did you backed your previous CFE twice and the comparison of both backed up files was exactly the same?

If that was not the case you may have an unreliable unbuffered JTAG cable and it flashed the CFE erroneously.

If not, try the reflashing utility from Thomson SpeedTouch and reflash the whole firmware again. Remember there are 2 firmwares that you can try.
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Old 24-November-2009, 21:14
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I don't understand how all can go well If you have no green lights at all.
One of the Green lights IS the Power on Light with that CFE.
So if the CFE did not flash how did you manage get the speedtouch Updater to work.

I am going to need more information on this and a backup dump of the CFE you have flashed.
You can do this by using the JTAG software and the command:
brjtag -backup:custom /window:1F400000 /start:1F400000 /length:0040000
Now how far into the tutorial did you get?

Also when you were flashing the CFE did you see ANY error messages??

It's ok we can recover this even if you've totally wrecked the entire file structure by smasking the CFE into the flash willy nilly. We just need your JTAG to be working correctly. Please confirm it is.

PSi
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Old 28-November-2009, 11:38
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This is my first post and I am new to jtag.
Following PsiDOC's excellent tutorial I have loaded st790 firmware on three hubs, two v1.0 and one v1.5. Item codes are 027262 (one antenna), 037300 (two antennae), 038192 (V1.5). Used PsiDOC's custom.bin on all 3.
Would appreciate any help/comments on the three points listed below.

(1) Can't make any further cfe changes to one v1.0 (item code 027262). Running brjtag again after having written the new cfe, gave the following:

Cflash>brjtag -probeonly /window:1F400000
. . . . . .
CPU Chip ID: 00000110001101001000000101111111 (0634817F)
*** Found a Broadcom BCM6348 Rev 1 CPU chip ***
- EJTAG IMPCODE ....... : 11111111111111111111111111111110 (FFFFFFFE)
- EJTAG Version ....... : Unknown (7 is a reserved value)
- EJTAG DMA Support ... : No
- EJTAG Implementation flags: R3k DINTsup ASID_8 ASID_6 MIPS16 NoDMA MIPS32
Can only think that it must be a hardware problem. Tried resoldering the connections but still get the same IMPCODE consistently. Have I damaged the JTAG portion of a chip? The unit works OK as ST790 router.

(2) On the V1.5 the flash chip was not recognised:

CPU Chip ID: 00000110001101001000000101111111 (0634817F)
*** Found a Broadcom BCM6348 Rev 1 CPU chip ***

- EJTAG IMPCODE ....... : 00000000100000000000100100000100 (00800904)
- EJTAG Version ....... : 1 or 2.0
- EJTAG DMA Support ... : Yes
- EJTAG Implementation flags: R4k MIPS32

Issuing Processor / Peripheral Reset ... Done
Enabling Memory Writes ... Done
Halting Processor ... <Processor Entered Debug Mode!> ... Done
Clearing Watchdog ... Done
Loading CPU Configuration Code ... Skipped

Probing Flash at (Probe Address: 0x1f400000) ...
Detected Chip ID with AMD/Spansion Routine (VenIDevID = 0020 : 227e)
Detected Chip ID with SST Routine (VenIDevID = 0020 : 227e)
Detected Chip ID with BSC/SCS Routine (VenIDevID = 0020 : 227e)
etc...
Had to use the /fc:76 switch. If I dismantle the unit again will see if can identify the chip.

(3) The given procedure does not retain the original serial number and MAC addresses which would be desirable. I have tried editing CUSTOM.BIN but any change in serial number or MAC address corrupts the CFE. Any ideas how to retain original serial and MAC?

I have not done exhaustive tests but everything appears to work normally on all three units - that is to say ADSL, WIFI, VOIP including DECT, FXS and FXO.
Use this Telnet command to enable landline dialtone by dialling 9 :-
:voice dialplan add prefix=9 defaultport=FXO fallbackport=NA priority=NA fallback=disabled minimumdigits=1 maximumdigits=1 posofmodify=1 remnumdigits=1 rescan=no data=no action=none
(adsl is talktalk llu. voip is sipdiscount.) Please excuse the smilies which crept in - don't know how to stop them.

dm
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Old 29-November-2009, 21:15
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Dawmat.
I am wondering why on earth all went well and you managed to flash all 3 routers with the new CFE now you are getting read errors. Perhaps it's the JTAG interface or maybe the printer port settings? I don't believe either router is faulty as they all work.
With regards to the CFE not retaining the Serial and the MAC addresses sadly that is the part of the CFE that had to be changed.
In that block of data that contains the 3 Mac addresses, the serial, bootloader version the firmware ident and a few other bits is a checksum. If we could work out how the checksum is calculated we're laughing, as I can experiment a bit more as with different frmwares, however no one has been able to work it out. People have been trying all over europe and in Aus and N.Z as well. If you want more information and would like to have a crack at it then pleae pm me and I'll let you have all the info I can muster on the structure of the data in that part of the CFE.
When you say everything appears to work normally. Can you actually get the hub phone to ring on the FXO port? Mine doesn't.

Psi
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Old 15-December-2009, 13:09
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For the record, I reconnected the jtag cable to the unit which gave errors and it worked this time, so must have been a problem with the connections.

Checksum problem now solved - http://forums.modem-help.co.uk/viewtopic.php?t=4023.

Flash chip in my v1.5 is M29W640GB (64-Mbit flash chip 8 x 8K boot blocks).

Only remaining issues are (1) lamps in wrong order (2) Can't get external USB flash drive to work like it does on BT firmware.

dawmat
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Old 15-December-2009, 15:32
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(...)
(3) The given procedure does not retain the original serial number and MAC addresses which would be desirable. I have tried editing CUSTOM.BIN but any change in serial number or MAC address corrupts the CFE. Any ideas how to retain original serial and MAC?
Originally Posted by dawmat View Post
Could anybody point out the procedure to locate and modify the MAC & Serial please. I would like to try with mine now that the Checksum issue has been discovered. The problem is that I'm quite new to hexediting and I wouldn't know where to locate this information within the CUSTOM.BIN. Any help will be very much appreciated.

(...)
Only remaining issues are (1) lamps in wrong order (2) Can't get external USB flash drive to work like it does on BT firmware.
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I agree that the lamps in the right order would be nice, however it is just a minor inconvenient as it is simple to work out which is which once they have changed.

The external USB hard drive would be even nicer. I've done a bit of trial and error with the different firmwares in the two models of BT HH (v1 & v1.5). Using the 7417 firmware (on BT HH v1.5) there is access via the Telnet menu (:menu) to some CLI commands that I believe are related to mounting and sharing the USB port, however every attempt I've had to read / modify them results in either the router rebooting or resetting to factory default settings straightaway.

On top of that, using any CLI command that saves the configuration (eg. saveall) or clicking the save config button feature within the web browser will show the following errors:
Code:
mbus error: (save object) error for object 'ContentSharing.FTP': Invalid argument(s) (Invalid argument(s))
mbus error: (save object) error for object 'ContentSharing.CIFS': Invalid argument(s) (Invalid argument(s))
mbus error: (save object) error for object 'ContentSharing.UPnPAV': Invalid argument(s) (Invalid argument(s))
In the latter case (saving the config via the web browser), these lines will not show but remain recorded at the beginning the user.ini file, which prevents the configuration file from being uploaded successfully at a later stage if necessary. Manual editing and removal of the lines will make the config file usable again though.

I wonder if the above only happens to me or not O

On the other hand the firmware 62T2 (on a BT HH v1) does not present the above strange behaviour, but I do not recall the CLI commands being available from the Telnet menu either.

More on the subject when I get some time to mess about with it

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Old 18-December-2009, 17:35
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Screencapture showing the error after :saveall command



Unknown device at 192.168.1.253 in ethport3, however there is no physical eth3 port in the router. This appears even there is no USB HD / pendrive plugged to the USB A port. I guess it is the printer sharing or network file sharing service (Samba) which is active.
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Old 19-December-2009, 19:41
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The mbus errors are because the HH does not have the hardware for the contentsharing so it does not get setup during bootup.
The 192.168.1.253 is setup for the printer sharing
The BT Software did the fileshare by a samba share however if you FTP out the rcS file from the /etc/init.d folder you will notice the USB-Host start command is commented out and the samba start has been removed.
Personally I think that is not a bad thing as the speeds were painfully slow anyway.

The lights are another matter. Easiest way to correct them is to get the soldering iron out. Or you could dump the firmware by jtag work out the GPIO command structure edit it and checksum it.

To be honest these were both very minor niggles to me and do not detract from the routers main functions so I left be.

Regards,

Psi
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Old 22-July-2014, 06:40
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Does anyone have the files/info for this now?
PsiDOC website is no more?

I'm sure someone may have these. :-).
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