Using CFP to Load OS to playbook
How to start using the CFP tool ?
I downloaded the version 165 from internet and downloaded the
qcfm.image.com.qnx.coreos.qcfm.os.factory_sfi.desk top.358.186652.signed file.
Now what needs to be done in the playbook ?
Whether i need to put in development mode or in reset mode ?
What is USBPortMapper, how to we map our USB port as V1, V2 or V3 etc.
Please give some details regarding the same.
- CrackBerry Genius
08-07-12, 10:02 PM #2
- 3,807 Posts
Playbook needs to be attached to your computer via usb.
Then cfp will just work.
Nothing else needed.
Note: USBPortMapper is irrelevant (not needed for anything). You can use cfp if your device is turned on, or off.
I have copied the CFP.exe to system32 folder.
Will open the command prompt in administrator mode and run
CFP INFO ,
I tried CFP NUKE -A even.
nothing is working , i get the same error everytime.
- CrackBerry Abuser
08-30-12, 10:50 PM #7
- 379 Posts
Playbook OS changing with cpf/pload (same app I believe, just two names)
You can try as antiRIM above says, or try this (hopefully one or the other will work for you):
Download cfp.exe and PB18.104.22.1688.exe (google them I can't remember exactly where I got them)
Then nuke, wipe and reinstall:
Put all files in in a new folder (call it, for example 'pb') on your 'c' drive
Open cmd and type:
1, "CD C:\PB"
2, "CFP -U NUKE -A"
3, "CFP -U WIPE"
Then run (double click) PB22.214.171.1248.exe
That's it. You are back to 2.01.668 (if you were up to 126.96.36.1990 you can't go back to 188.8.131.528).
Then put on developer mode, and do software update. You will then be back to 184.108.40.2060).
The whole process took me about 3 hours I think.
I am totally enjoying my PB with 220.127.116.110, running lots of great PB native apps, and Android sideloads.
Good luck, be patient.Telus Z10 STL100-3 10.3.1.1518 & Passport 10.3.1.396