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Hi all,

Attempting to get my tetra back online. Received the "Bad Magic Number" error and attempted the factory recovery using the factory.bin firmware. This did not work.

I decided to watch the firmware upload and install process on the uart port. The upload completed and then I receive the following:

A whole bunch of "bad block [long number]" ending in:


bad block [1225768960]
bad block [1226301440]
Skipped 2304 bad blocks


NAND write: device 0 offset 0x0, size 18874368 ...  18874368 bytes written: OK
web failsafe upgrade failed!

Using eth0
MAC address: 0x0:0x3:0x7f:0x9:0xb:0xad
HTTP server is starting at IP:
HTTP server is ready!


Any ideas? I verified checksum etc to ensure the .bin file was good.



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On 8/13/2019 at 6:53 AM, Just_a_User said:

Sounds like wrong firmware or wrong device. Like trying to flash a tetra FW onto a NANO for example worth double checking and re-reading the docs



I have also checked this, but to ensure I did I re-downloaded the tetra factory recovery file (tetra_factory.bin) and follow the reset instructions again. I have a TETRA for future reference.

Any other ideas I can try?


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