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Document Version: 4.9
August 15, 2010

RSD Lite User Manual & Release Notes
Version 4.9

Table of contents

RSD Lite 3

User Manual Section 3

Highlights of changes in this version of RSD Lite 4

Installation of Motorola Drivers 4

RSDLite feature details: 4
CommandLine Usage details 4
ODM Usage details 6
TI Blank Flash Usage Details 7
Additional options in RSDLite.ini file 7
DeviceID Allocation Usage Details 10
Online Version Check Details 10
Set the length of Die ID details 11
Input SPC code for each device 12

Windows OS Details for RSD Lite 14

PC/HW Requirements 14

Do’s / Don’ts with RSD Lite 15

RSDLite Component Details 15

Debugging, Logging and Error Messages in RSD Lite 16

Support Limitations and known issues 19

Support Contact(s) 20

RSD Lite 21

Release Notes Section 21

Build Information 22

RSD Lite

User Manual Section

Highlights of changes in this version of RSD Lite

➢ Added OMAP4430 support

➢ Added NVIDIA Everest support

➢ AddedOlympus security

➢ Droid2WE, Venus2 BP Bypass flash support

➢ Added support for chipset MSM7225S

Installation of Motorola Drivers

Moving forward in RSD Lite, there will be no device drivers installed along with the tool.
Regarding which driver version should be used, please check the phone software release notes.

To install latest Motorola driver, please use the web linkat:
1) For market/service-center users, please download latest Motorola driver package which passed WHQL certification at: http://compass.mot.com/go/motoroladriverinstaller
2) For internal engineers, please download latest Motorola driver package which support all the shipped and under-development products at: http://compass.mot.com/go/motoroladriverinstallerprerelease

RSDLite featuredetails:

Command Line Usage details

RSDLite can be launched by the command line method. The usage of command line has the syntax as following:

[RSDLite Launching path] [-f] [Flash/Flex file path] {[Option parameter]…}
Option parameter = [Option command line parameter] {value}

The details of description of command line parameters are below:

“-f”: It is mandatory in the commandline method and used to separator the application path and flash/flex file path.
“-t”: It is an optional parameter and the followed parameter must specify the time out value which is used to decide when to start flash/flex operation. If the value is less than the default value defined in RSDLite.ini file or even not specified, the default value will be used.
“-s”: It is an optionalparameter and it means that it should suppress all prompts of RSDLite.
“-c”: It is an optional parameter and it means that RSDLite should be closed automatically when it finishes flash/flex operation.
“-h”: It is an optional parameter and the followed value designates the action after flash. Otherwise the default action in PST.ini file will be used.
“-x”: It is an optional parameter andthe followed value designates the action after flex. Otherwise the default action in PST.ini file will be used.
“-p”: It is an optional parameter and it specifies the value for MFF loop feature. Otherwise the default action in PST.ini file will be used.
“-m”: It is an optional parameter and it specifies the work mode. Otherwise the default action in PST.ini file will be used.
“-n”: It isan optional parameter and it will enable “TI Blank Flash” option of RSDLite.
“-o”: It is an optional parameter and it will enable “ODM_Serial” option of RSDLite.
“-d”: It is an optional parameter and it needs to detect all devices designated by the input, and then start flash/flex automatically after the time delay specified by “-t”.
“-w”: It is an optional parameter which specifies the...
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