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Replacing Jolla1 factory image with higher version

Hi, I just had to factory reset my Jolla 1 to get the newest update and I am currently installing all relevant Systemupdates since 1.0.0.5 to get to the actual 2.2.0.29.

What a nice flashback to pass Sailfish 1 on the way, but this is another topic.

My question is: Can we replace the original factory image with a higher version, maybe based on 1.1.7.28 - the final Sailfish 1 version with the original UI behavior - if I remember correctly, or higher?

Just like @coderus described in his Intex to Jolla C thread? https://together.jolla.com/question/148893/how-to-make-aqua-fish-to-think-its-jolla-c-not-modem/

Replacing original factory image with Jolla1 Ver. x.y.z factory image

After doing these commands your changes will survive factory reset.

Unpack and copy to sdcard
Boot in recovery mode, enter shell

Execute:
mount /dev/mmcblk1p1 /mnt
dd if=/mnt/mmcblk0p21.raw of=/dev/mmcblk0p21

Wait until image will be copied to partition, no output will be produced.
Operation is finished when the copying is complete.
Back to recovery menu and perform factory reset.


Replacing Jolla1 factory image with higher version

Hi, I just had to factory reset my Jolla 1 to get the newest update and I am currently installing all relevant Systemupdates since 1.0.0.5 to get to the actual 2.2.0.29.

What a nice flashback to pass Sailfish 1 on the way, but this is another topic.

My question is: Can we replace the original factory image with a higher version, maybe based on 1.1.7.28 - the final Sailfish 1 version with the original UI behavior - if I remember correctly, or higher?

Just like @coderus described in his Intex to Jolla C thread? https://together.jolla.com/question/148893/how-to-make-aqua-fish-to-think-its-jolla-c-not-modem/

Replacing original factory image with Jolla1 Ver. x.y.z factory image

After doing these commands your changes will survive factory reset.

Unpack and copy to sdcard
Boot in recovery mode, enter shell

Execute:
mount /dev/mmcblk1p1 /mnt
dd if=/mnt/mmcblk0p21.raw of=/dev/mmcblk0p21

Wait until image will be copied to partition, no output will be produced.
Operation is finished when the copying is complete.
Back to recovery menu and perform factory reset.


Is this possible?

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Replacing Jolla1 factory image with higher version

Hi, I just had to factory reset my Jolla 1 to get the newest update and I am currently installing all relevant Systemupdates since 1.0.0.5 to get to the actual 2.2.0.29.

What a nice flashback to pass Sailfish 1 on the way, but this is another topic.

My question is: Can we replace the original factory image with a higher version, maybe based on 1.1.7.28 - the final Sailfish 1 version with the original UI behavior - if I remember correctly, or higher?

Just like @coderus described in his Intex to Jolla C thread? https://together.jolla.com/question/148893/how-to-make-aqua-fish-to-think-its-jolla-c-not-modem/

Replacing original factory image with Jolla1 Ver. x.y.z factory image

After doing these commands your changes will survive factory reset.

Unpack and copy to sdcard
Boot in recovery mode, enter shell

Execute:
mount /dev/mmcblk1p1 /mnt
dd if=/mnt/mmcblk0p21.raw of=/dev/mmcblk0p21

Wait until image will be copied to partition, no output will be produced.
Operation is finished when the copying is complete.
Back to recovery menu and perform factory reset.


Is this possible?

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Replacing Jolla1 factory image with higher version

Hi, I just had to factory reset my Jolla 1 to get the newest update and I am currently installing all relevant Systemupdates since 1.0.0.5 to get to the actual 2.2.0.29.

What a nice flashback to pass Sailfish 1 on the way, but this is another topic.

My question is: Can we replace the original factory image with a higher version, maybe based on 1.1.7.28 - the final Sailfish 1 version with the original UI behavior - if I remember correctly, or higher?

Just like @coderus described in his Intex to Jolla C thread? https://together.jolla.com/question/148893/how-to-make-aqua-fish-to-think-its-jolla-c-not-modem/

Replacing original factory image with Jolla1 Ver. x.y.z factory image

After doing these commands your changes will survive factory reset.