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Re: Test for 64 bit Qualcomm

Posted: Tue Jul 19, 2016 10:19 am
by admin
The installer app is not able to create the 'sap_security_restrictions' file? Did you check with QPST that the file is really there, even after a reboot?

Sadly the log file does not contain helpful information. Maybe try a log with the CatLog app. Start logging before you start the installer app (stop it first if necessary) then run the installer app and let it detect the QMI error.

Re: Test for 64 bit Qualcomm

Posted: Tue Jul 19, 2016 10:58 am
by Wisi
Hi, file was there when I first went to the directory. Will have a try again now and after a reboot.
Meanwhile I already sent you some further logs.

Re: Test for 64 bit Qualcomm

Posted: Tue Jul 19, 2016 2:44 pm
by Wisi
This file is always there, doesn't depend on the state. Four files in this folder here:

apdu_security_restrictions
auth_security_restrictions
qmi_uim_silent_pin1
sap_security_restrictions

Files are there even if RSAP is uninstalled...

Re: Test for 64 bit Qualcomm

Posted: Tue Jul 19, 2016 3:00 pm
by Wisi
Got it :)
Deleted the original file from EFS, uploaded your file in Test mode with QXDM (files don't have the same content, so I got this idea). Now I have a SIM Connection. Will have to switch off test mode now and then to test if my car accepts the simcard. But it looks very good at this moment.

edit: yes the RSAP connection works with a premium FSE in my VW. But I don't know how stable it is. Had a test call and after that the bluetooth connection dropped and reconnected after bluetooth seems to be switched off and on. But could also be only luck...

for someone who also wants to test the necessary command for this xperia to activate diag mode is:

adb shell
su
setprop persist.usb.eng 1

after that switch off debugging and enable it afterwards, now you will see 5 devices. the device with mi04 is the one you need for modem file...

Re: Test for 64 bit Qualcomm

Posted: Wed Jul 20, 2016 11:23 am
by admin
Do you remember what the content of the already existing file was? A single byte not equal to 0? Or was it bigger than one byte?

So far I though the file is either missing or rSAP is enabled. I didn't think some manufacturer would actively disable rSAP with this file :o

Re: Test for 64 bit Qualcomm

Posted: Wed Jul 20, 2016 1:10 pm
by Wisi
Will send you the file when I am at home, downloaded this one before deleting. What I can remember: it was 1 byte (so everything seemed ok at first) but it was not NUL in it.

Can you also overwrite an existing file? That should solve the problem while installing? Or is this not possible?
Where can we see if the Z5 Compact supports the diag mode from inside so that you can write there?

Re: Test for 64 bit Qualcomm

Posted: Wed Jul 20, 2016 10:26 pm
by Wisi
Sent you the file via Mail. It is really a shame what Sony did here...

Re: Test for 64 bit Qualcomm

Posted: Fri Jul 22, 2016 12:27 am
by Wisi
Ok, installed the mobile phone for daily use today. For that I did a reset first.
After that my modification is lost again. So be careful about that :)

Did you get the file? Do you see a possibility to help other users to get easer to a working rsap?

Re: Test for 64 bit Qualcomm

Posted: Fri Jul 22, 2016 7:13 am
by admin
I received the file but did not yet check it's content. I hope I can write it.

I don't understand why it takes so long until all Android phonemakers support rSAP, now that even Google supports it. It's already built into all Qualcomm phones, they only have to enable it. I guess they will wait until the carmakers start dropping rSAP support :roll:

Re: Test for 64 bit Qualcomm

Posted: Tue Jul 26, 2016 10:57 pm
by Wisi
Anything new or something I can do for you to adapt the installer?