DVRTool - Pioneer DVR/BDR firmware flashing utility (v1.02)

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#41

@blackened2687

Are my reports ok ? Let me know something please. :slight_smile:


#42

The reports are OK, sorry for the delay - I’m very busy at my job…

Look under spoilers:

[SPOILER]Your BDR-209M password: 9AF5ACC9[/SPOILER][SPOILER]Your BDR-S09 password: 0F74D6BA[/SPOILER]


#43

Thanks mate. But when I try to do crossflash it asks for a password which I suppose is different from the ones you’ve reported to me before. :slight_smile:


#44

Are you in kernel mode, when you’re getting the password request?


#45

After switching to kernel mode if I try to flash the S09 firmware onto 209 with the -ff syntax command, it asks for password again and it seems the ones for kernel mode are not the same it needs to flash (or crossflash).


#46

blackened2687: I need your help with BDR-X09 drive, which I bought just today.
Here is the info from DVRtool:

Drive Information:

Model Name : PIONEER BD-RW BDR-X09

Firmware Rev : 1.00
Extra Info : 14/04/08 PIONEER
Serial Number : NGDL018617WL
Buffer Size : 4000 kiB

Additional Drive Information:

Label Code : BDR-209EBK

Hardware Rev : SAT 8600
Kernel Type : ID60
Firmware Type : ID60
Kernel Version : 0000

Drive is in normal mode.

Can you provide me the password for kernel mode?
Also, can I flash the standard 209EBK firmware to this drive?

BTW: When are you planning to release the next version (with gui)?

Thanks!


Does someone success crossflash BDR-X09 to BDR-209EBK
#47

[B]TwinParadox[/B], here are passwords for your drives, when they are in kernel mode:

[SPOILER]BDR-209M password: F40A6BAC[/SPOILER][SPOILER]BDR-S09 password: 87C7764C[/SPOILER]

Waiting for your next question :wink:

[B]pa0los[/B], theoretically, BDR-209EBK firmware would work on BDR-X09 (since they have absolutely same data), but I CAN’T GUARANTEE that the drive will not fall into the safe mode after reflashing - and until the BDR-X09 firmware will be released, you can’t revert the firmware back from BDR-209EBK to BDR-X09. If you want to risk and try, flashing should work even with standard -f parameters (so the password is not required), but [B]I will not guarantee[/B] that the firmware will work.

I even assume, that firmware from BDR-209EBK will NOT work, because of [B]different[/B] kernels (BDR-X09 in kernel mode is recognized as BDR-X09 with f/w 1.00, while BDR-209EBK is recognized as BDR-209 with f/w 0000 in this mode).

And the last note: since the BDR-X09 is much more expensive than BDR-209EBK with drive enclosure, why to flash it into BDR-209EBK?

PS: GUI version will be released soon - but I can’t provide exact dates due to the lack of spare time on weekends…


#48

There is a simple way to extract the firmware in Binary mode from the Updater.exe using an Hex Editor. :wink:


#49

[B]TwinParadox[/B], yes, it is.

Or it was a question?


#50

[QUOTE=blackened2687;2772356]
And the last note: since the BDR-X09 is much more expensive than BDR-209EBK with drive enclosure, why to flash it into BDR-209EBK?
[/QUOTE]

I just thought that BDR-X09 is something that the “case” (USB->SATA adapter) reports, and beneeth there’s a of-the-shelf BDR-209 (with SATA interface). By changing the firmware I was hoping to improve the recording quality and/or support more media types (like BD-R M-disk).
But maybe this is not how I imagined it and X09 is one entire USB device (without SATA inside).


#51

I hope that soon we will have premiered GUI version …

[B]DVRTool_v1.0296 Beta

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#52

Do you know someone well Pioneer OEM versions for Primera duplicators?
They had an additional indication on the labels of models?
Does anyone have \ know \ knows something about some other models for these duplicators from Pioneer?





#53

Pioneer DVR-106DB fw.P.07 \ DVR- 107DB fw.P.17 versions for duplicators Pulstec

Does anyone have \ know \ heard yet about some versions of the said duplicators Pulstec ?






#54

To begin with, a big thanks for the great work.:clap:
I have a S09 drive, running firmware 1.34

The report states
Device: \.\E:

Drive Information:

Model Name : PIONEER BD-RW   BDR-S09 

Firmware Rev : 1.34
Extra Info : 16/04/25 PIONEER
Serial Number : OEDL016421WL
Buffer Size : 4000 kiB

Additional Drive Information:

Label Code : BDR-S09XLT     

Hardware Rev : SAT 8600
Kernel Type : ID43
Firmware Type : ID43
Kernel Version : 0000

Drive is in normal mode.

Firmware flashing support : YES
Firmware dumping support : NO

Drive Region Settings:

RPC Scheme : RPC-2

Current Region : 2
Changes Left : 4 (available to user)
Resets Left : 4 (available only to vendor)
Region State : Region is set

I don’t know if the passwords for switching to kernel mode are function of the firmware and serial.

Those posted before for the 1.33 don’t work.

Thanks in advance for your help.

Regards


#55

To every specimen of the drive an individually generated password must be.
Password for you.

password    :  [B]1FFA6E22[/B]

#56

Whether somebody knows such a model Pioneer DVR-216 from 2007r .
ID63 and lebel code DVR-216EB. Whether it isn’t a SAMPLE case the version or some first factory test versions?






#57

It turns out around it is 46 prototype copy which was produced from the test first batch…

There is a denoted version of used OPU \ \ Spindle Motor (Nidec) \ \ Stepping Motor (Sankyo) and denoting the version B hardware

PS. I thank friends from Japan too extremely valuable
pointers :flower:




#58

[QUOTE=czary2mary1;2782777]To every specimen of the drive an individually generated password must be.
Password for you.

password    :  [B]1FFA6E22[/B]

[/QUOTE]

Thank you, the code is working.

I entered Kernel mode but i was unable to dump firmware or kernel.

C:\Users\user\Desktop\dvrtool1.02>DVRTool.exe -k E:

DVRTool v1.02

Firmware flashing utility for Pioneer DVR/BDR drives
by Blackened2687

build date: Jan 1 2016 / 17:04:11


Device: \.\E:

Drive Information:

Model Name : PIONEER BD-RW   BDR-S09

Firmware Rev : 1.34
Extra Info : 16/04/25 PIONEER

Additional Drive Information:

Hardware Rev : SAT 8600
Kernel Type : ID43
Firmware Type : ID43
Kernel Version : 0000

Drive is in normal mode.


Enter password and press <ENTER>: 1FFA6E22

Password OK.


Do you want to enter kernel mode (y/n)?
y

Trying to enter kernel mode… Success.


Device: \.\E:

Drive Information:

Model Name : PIONEER BD-RW   BDR-S09

Firmware Rev : 0000
Extra Info : 00/00/00 PIONEER

Drive is in kernel mode.


DVRTool v1.02

Firmware flashing utility for Pioneer DVR/BDR drives
by Blackened2687

build date: Jan 1 2016 / 17:04:11


Device: \.\E:

Drive Information:

Model Name : PIONEER BD-RW   BDR-S09

Firmware Rev : 0000
Extra Info : 00/00/00 PIONEER

Drive is in kernel mode.

Firmware dumping is not supported for this drive.


C:\Users\user\Desktop\dvrtool1.02>DVRTool.exe -dk E:

DVRTool v1.02

Firmware flashing utility for Pioneer DVR/BDR drives
by Blackened2687

build date: Jan 1 2016 / 17:04:11


Device: \.\E:

Drive Information:

Model Name : PIONEER BD-RW   BDR-S09

Firmware Rev : 0000
Extra Info : 00/00/00 PIONEER

Drive is in kernel mode.

Firmware dumping is not supported for this drive.


C:\Users\user\Desktop\dvrtool1.02>DVRTool.exe -df E:

DVRTool v1.02

Firmware flashing utility for Pioneer DVR/BDR drives
by Blackened2687

build date: Jan 1 2016 / 17:04:11


Device: \.\E:

Drive Information:

Model Name : PIONEER BD-RW   BDR-S09

Firmware Rev : 0000
Extra Info : 00/00/00 PIONEER

Drive is in kernel mode.

Firmware dumping is not supported for this drive.


even the duming with /nh is not working.

How can i get back to normal mode?

Regards


#59

It will be sufficient to turn powering the drive off \ \ of computer.
After the reboot the drive will be under the NormalMode procedure…
The program isn’t supporting dump firmware or kernel for new constructions BluRay as of today.


#60

Thank you for your quick reply, powering off the drive reverted it back to normal mode. Sorry if i spammed the list with my post (unable to send PM yet, didn’t hit he counter of 5 posts).

Regards