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/*
* Copyright (C) 2007 The Android Open Source Project
* Copyright (c) 2010, Code Aurora Forum. All rights reserved.
*
* Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
* you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
* You may obtain a copy of the License at
*
* http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
*
* Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
* distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
* WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
* See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
* limitations under the License.
*/
#include <ctype.h>
#include <errno.h>
#include <fcntl.h>
#include <getopt.h>
#include <limits.h>
#include <linux/input.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <sys/reboot.h>
#include <sys/stat.h>
#include <sys/types.h>
#include <time.h>
#include <unistd.h>
#include <dirent.h>
#include <sys/stat.h>
#include "bootloader.h"
#include "common.h"
#include "cutils/properties.h"
#include "install.h"
#include "minui/minui.h"
#include "minzip/DirUtil.h"
#include "roots.h"
#include "recovery_ui.h"
#include "encryptedfs_provisioning.h"
#include "extendedcommands.h"
#include "flashutils/flashutils.h"
static const struct option OPTIONS[] = {
{ "send_intent", required_argument, NULL, 's' },
{ "update_package", required_argument, NULL, 'u' },
{ "wipe_data", no_argument, NULL, 'w' },
{ "wipe_cache", no_argument, NULL, 'c' },
{ "set_encrypted_filesystems", required_argument, NULL, 'e' },
{ "show_text", no_argument, NULL, 't' },
{ NULL, 0, NULL, 0 },
};
static const char *COMMAND_FILE = "/cache/recovery/command";
static const char *INTENT_FILE = "/cache/recovery/intent";
static const char *LOG_FILE = "/cache/recovery/log";
static const char *LAST_LOG_FILE = "/cache/recovery/last_log";
static const char *SDCARD_ROOT = "/sdcard";
static int allow_display_toggle = 1;
static int poweroff = 0;
static const char *SDCARD_PACKAGE_FILE = "/sdcard/update.zip";
static const char *TEMPORARY_LOG_FILE = "/tmp/recovery.log";
static const char *SIDELOAD_TEMP_DIR = "/tmp/sideload";
/*
* The recovery tool communicates with the main system through /cache files.
* /cache/recovery/command - INPUT - command line for tool, one arg per line
* /cache/recovery/log - OUTPUT - combined log file from recovery run(s)
* /cache/recovery/intent - OUTPUT - intent that was passed in
*
* The arguments which may be supplied in the recovery.command file:
* --send_intent=anystring - write the text out to recovery.intent
* --update_package=path - verify install an OTA package file
* --wipe_data - erase user data (and cache), then reboot
* --wipe_cache - wipe cache (but not user data), then reboot
* --set_encrypted_filesystem=on|off - enables / diasables encrypted fs
*
* After completing, we remove /cache/recovery/command and reboot.
* Arguments may also be supplied in the bootloader control block (BCB).
* These important scenarios must be safely restartable at any point:
*
* FACTORY RESET
* 1. user selects "factory reset"
* 2. main system writes "--wipe_data" to /cache/recovery/command
* 3. main system reboots into recovery
* 4. get_args() writes BCB with "boot-recovery" and "--wipe_data"
* -- after this, rebooting will restart the erase --
* 5. erase_volume() reformats /data
* 6. erase_volume() reformats /cache
* 7. finish_recovery() erases BCB
* -- after this, rebooting will restart the main system --
* 8. main() calls reboot() to boot main system
*
* OTA INSTALL
* 1. main system downloads OTA package to /cache/some-filename.zip
* 2. main system writes "--update_package=/cache/some-filename.zip"
* 3. main system reboots into recovery
* 4. get_args() writes BCB with "boot-recovery" and "--update_package=..."
* -- after this, rebooting will attempt to reinstall the update --
* 5. install_package() attempts to install the update
* NOTE: the package install must itself be restartable from any point
* 6. finish_recovery() erases BCB
* -- after this, rebooting will (try to) restart the main system --
* 7. ** if install failed **
* 7a. prompt_and_wait() shows an error icon and waits for the user
* 7b; the user reboots (pulling the battery, etc) into the main system
* 8. main() calls maybe_install_firmware_update()
* ** if the update contained radio/hboot firmware **:
* 8a. m_i_f_u() writes BCB with "boot-recovery" and "--wipe_cache"
* -- after this, rebooting will reformat cache & restart main system --
* 8b. m_i_f_u() writes firmware image into raw cache partition
* 8c. m_i_f_u() writes BCB with "update-radio/hboot" and "--wipe_cache"
* -- after this, rebooting will attempt to reinstall firmware --
* 8d. bootloader tries to flash firmware
* 8e. bootloader writes BCB with "boot-recovery" (keeping "--wipe_cache")
* -- after this, rebooting will reformat cache & restart main system --
* 8f. erase_volume() reformats /cache
* 8g. finish_recovery() erases BCB
* -- after this, rebooting will (try to) restart the main system --
* 9. main() calls reboot() to boot main system
*
* SECURE FILE SYSTEMS ENABLE/DISABLE
* 1. user selects "enable encrypted file systems"
* 2. main system writes "--set_encrypted_filesystems=on|off" to
* /cache/recovery/command
* 3. main system reboots into recovery
* 4. get_args() writes BCB with "boot-recovery" and
* "--set_encrypted_filesystems=on|off"
* -- after this, rebooting will restart the transition --
* 5. read_encrypted_fs_info() retrieves encrypted file systems settings from /data
* Settings include: property to specify the Encrypted FS istatus and
* FS encryption key if enabled (not yet implemented)
* 6. erase_volume() reformats /data
* 7. erase_volume() reformats /cache
* 8. restore_encrypted_fs_info() writes required encrypted file systems settings to /data
* Settings include: property to specify the Encrypted FS status and
* FS encryption key if enabled (not yet implemented)
* 9. finish_recovery() erases BCB
* -- after this, rebooting will restart the main system --
* 10. main() calls reboot() to boot main system
*/
static const int MAX_ARG_LENGTH = 4096;
static const int MAX_ARGS = 100;
// open a given path, mounting partitions as necessary
static FILE*
fopen_path(const char *path, const char *mode) {
if (ensure_path_mounted(path) != 0) {
LOGE("Can't mount %s\n", path);
return NULL;
}
// When writing, try to create the containing directory, if necessary.
// Use generous permissions, the system (init.rc) will reset them.
if (strchr("wa", mode[0])) dirCreateHierarchy(path, 0777, NULL, 1);
FILE *fp = fopen(path, mode);
if (fp == NULL && path != COMMAND_FILE) LOGE("Can't open %s\n", path);
return fp;
}
// close a file, log an error if the error indicator is set
static void
check_and_fclose(FILE *fp, const char *name) {
fflush(fp);
if (ferror(fp)) LOGE("Error in %s\n(%s)\n", name, strerror(errno));
fclose(fp);
}
// command line args come from, in decreasing precedence:
// - the actual command line
// - the bootloader control block (one per line, after "recovery")
// - the contents of COMMAND_FILE (one per line)
static void
get_args(int *argc, char ***argv) {
struct bootloader_message boot;
memset(&boot, 0, sizeof(boot));
if (device_flash_type() == MTD) {
get_bootloader_message(&boot); // this may fail, leaving a zeroed structure
}
if (boot.command[0] != 0 && boot.command[0] != 255) {
LOGI("Boot command: %.*s\n", sizeof(boot.command), boot.command);
}
if (boot.status[0] != 0 && boot.status[0] != 255) {
LOGI("Boot status: %.*s\n", sizeof(boot.status), boot.status);
}
struct stat file_info;
// --- if arguments weren't supplied, look in the bootloader control block
if (*argc <= 1 && 0 != stat("/tmp/.ignorebootmessage", &file_info)) {
boot.recovery[sizeof(boot.recovery) - 1] = '\0'; // Ensure termination
const char *arg = strtok(boot.recovery, "\n");
if (arg != NULL && !strcmp(arg, "recovery")) {
*argv = (char **) malloc(sizeof(char *) * MAX_ARGS);
(*argv)[0] = strdup(arg);
for (*argc = 1; *argc < MAX_ARGS; ++*argc) {
if ((arg = strtok(NULL, "\n")) == NULL) break;
(*argv)[*argc] = strdup(arg);
}
LOGI("Got arguments from boot message\n");
} else if (boot.recovery[0] != 0 && boot.recovery[0] != 255) {
LOGE("Bad boot message\n\"%.20s\"\n", boot.recovery);
}
}
// --- if that doesn't work, try the command file
if (*argc <= 1) {
FILE *fp = fopen_path(COMMAND_FILE, "r");
if (fp != NULL) {
char *argv0 = (*argv)[0];
*argv = (char **) malloc(sizeof(char *) * MAX_ARGS);
(*argv)[0] = argv0; // use the same program name
char buf[MAX_ARG_LENGTH];
for (*argc = 1; *argc < MAX_ARGS; ++*argc) {
if (!fgets(buf, sizeof(buf), fp)) break;
(*argv)[*argc] = strdup(strtok(buf, "\r\n")); // Strip newline.
}
check_and_fclose(fp, COMMAND_FILE);
LOGI("Got arguments from %s\n", COMMAND_FILE);
}
}
// --> write the arguments we have back into the bootloader control block
// always boot into recovery after this (until finish_recovery() is called)
strlcpy(boot.command, "boot-recovery", sizeof(boot.command));
strlcpy(boot.recovery, "recovery\n", sizeof(boot.recovery));
int i;
for (i = 1; i < *argc; ++i) {
strlcat(boot.recovery, (*argv)[i], sizeof(boot.recovery));
strlcat(boot.recovery, "\n", sizeof(boot.recovery));
}
if (device_flash_type() == MTD) {
set_bootloader_message(&boot);
}
}
void
set_sdcard_update_bootloader_message() {
struct bootloader_message boot;
memset(&boot, 0, sizeof(boot));
strlcpy(boot.command, "boot-recovery", sizeof(boot.command));
strlcpy(boot.recovery, "recovery\n", sizeof(boot.recovery));
set_bootloader_message(&boot);
}
// How much of the temp log we have copied to the copy in cache.
static long tmplog_offset = 0;
static void
copy_log_file(const char* destination, int append) {
FILE *log = fopen_path(destination, append ? "a" : "w");
if (log == NULL) {
LOGE("Can't open %s\n", destination);
} else {
FILE *tmplog = fopen(TEMPORARY_LOG_FILE, "r");
if (tmplog == NULL) {
LOGE("Can't open %s\n", TEMPORARY_LOG_FILE);
} else {
if (append) {
fseek(tmplog, tmplog_offset, SEEK_SET); // Since last write
}
char buf[4096];
while (fgets(buf, sizeof(buf), tmplog)) fputs(buf, log);
if (append) {
tmplog_offset = ftell(tmplog);
}
check_and_fclose(tmplog, TEMPORARY_LOG_FILE);
}
check_and_fclose(log, destination);
}
}
// clear the recovery command and prepare to boot a (hopefully working) system,
// copy our log file to cache as well (for the system to read), and
// record any intent we were asked to communicate back to the system.
// this function is idempotent: call it as many times as you like.
static void
finish_recovery(const char *send_intent) {
// By this point, we're ready to return to the main system...
if (send_intent != NULL) {
FILE *fp = fopen_path(INTENT_FILE, "w");
if (fp == NULL) {
LOGE("Can't open %s\n", INTENT_FILE);
} else {
fputs(send_intent, fp);
check_and_fclose(fp, INTENT_FILE);
}
}
// Copy logs to cache so the system can find out what happened.
copy_log_file(LOG_FILE, true);
copy_log_file(LAST_LOG_FILE, false);
chmod(LAST_LOG_FILE, 0640);
if (device_flash_type() == MTD) {
// Reset to mormal system boot so recovery won't cycle indefinitely.
struct bootloader_message boot;
memset(&boot, 0, sizeof(boot));
set_bootloader_message(&boot);
}
// Remove the command file, so recovery won't repeat indefinitely.
if (ensure_path_mounted(COMMAND_FILE) != 0 ||
(unlink(COMMAND_FILE) && errno != ENOENT)) {
LOGW("Can't unlink %s\n", COMMAND_FILE);
}
sync(); // For good measure.
}
static int
erase_volume(const char *volume) {
ui_set_background(BACKGROUND_ICON_INSTALLING);
ui_show_indeterminate_progress();
ui_print("Formatting %s...\n", volume);
if (strcmp(volume, "/cache") == 0) {
// Any part of the log we'd copied to cache is now gone.
// Reset the pointer so we copy from the beginning of the temp
// log.
tmplog_offset = 0;
}
return format_volume(volume);
}
static char*
copy_sideloaded_package(const char* original_path) {
if (ensure_path_mounted(original_path) != 0) {
LOGE("Can't mount %s\n", original_path);
return NULL;
}
if (ensure_path_mounted(SIDELOAD_TEMP_DIR) != 0) {
LOGE("Can't mount %s\n", SIDELOAD_TEMP_DIR);
return NULL;
}
if (mkdir(SIDELOAD_TEMP_DIR, 0700) != 0) {
if (errno != EEXIST) {
LOGE("Can't mkdir %s (%s)\n", SIDELOAD_TEMP_DIR, strerror(errno));
return NULL;
}
}
// verify that SIDELOAD_TEMP_DIR is exactly what we expect: a
// directory, owned by root, readable and writable only by root.
struct stat st;
if (stat(SIDELOAD_TEMP_DIR, &st) != 0) {
LOGE("failed to stat %s (%s)\n", SIDELOAD_TEMP_DIR, strerror(errno));
return NULL;
}
if (!S_ISDIR(st.st_mode)) {
LOGE("%s isn't a directory\n", SIDELOAD_TEMP_DIR);
return NULL;
}
if ((st.st_mode & 0777) != 0700) {
LOGE("%s has perms %o\n", SIDELOAD_TEMP_DIR, st.st_mode);
return NULL;
}
if (st.st_uid != 0) {
LOGE("%s owned by %lu; not root\n", SIDELOAD_TEMP_DIR, st.st_uid);
return NULL;
}
char copy_path[PATH_MAX];
strcpy(copy_path, SIDELOAD_TEMP_DIR);
strcat(copy_path, "/package.zip");
char* buffer = malloc(BUFSIZ);
if (buffer == NULL) {
LOGE("Failed to allocate buffer\n");
return NULL;
}
size_t read;
FILE* fin = fopen(original_path, "rb");
if (fin == NULL) {
LOGE("Failed to open %s (%s)\n", original_path, strerror(errno));
return NULL;
}
FILE* fout = fopen(copy_path, "wb");
if (fout == NULL) {
LOGE("Failed to open %s (%s)\n", copy_path, strerror(errno));
return NULL;
}
while ((read = fread(buffer, 1, BUFSIZ, fin)) > 0) {
if (fwrite(buffer, 1, read, fout) != read) {
LOGE("Short write of %s (%s)\n", copy_path, strerror(errno));
return NULL;
}
}
free(buffer);
if (fclose(fout) != 0) {
LOGE("Failed to close %s (%s)\n", copy_path, strerror(errno));
return NULL;
}
if (fclose(fin) != 0) {
LOGE("Failed to close %s (%s)\n", original_path, strerror(errno));
return NULL;
}
// "adb push" is happy to overwrite read-only files when it's
// running as root, but we'll try anyway.
if (chmod(copy_path, 0400) != 0) {
LOGE("Failed to chmod %s (%s)\n", copy_path, strerror(errno));
return NULL;
}
return strdup(copy_path);
}
static char**
prepend_title(char** headers) {
char* title[] = { EXPAND(RECOVERY_VERSION),
"",
NULL };
// count the number of lines in our title, plus the
// caller-provided headers.
int count = 0;
char** p;
for (p = title; *p; ++p, ++count);
for (p = headers; *p; ++p, ++count);
char** new_headers = malloc((count+1) * sizeof(char*));
char** h = new_headers;
for (p = title; *p; ++p, ++h) *h = *p;
for (p = headers; *p; ++p, ++h) *h = *p;
*h = NULL;
return new_headers;
}
int
get_menu_selection(char** headers, char** items, int menu_only,
int initial_selection) {
// throw away keys pressed previously, so user doesn't
// accidentally trigger menu items.
ui_clear_key_queue();
int item_count = ui_start_menu(headers, items, initial_selection);
int selected = initial_selection;
int chosen_item = -1;
// Some users with dead enter keys need a way to turn on power to select.
// Jiggering across the wrapping menu is one "secret" way to enable it.
// We can't rely on /cache or /sdcard since they may not be available.
int wrap_count = 0;
while (chosen_item < 0 && chosen_item != GO_BACK) {
int key = ui_wait_key();
int visible = ui_text_visible();
int action = device_handle_key(key, visible);
int old_selected = selected;
if (action < 0) {
switch (action) {
case HIGHLIGHT_UP:
--selected;
selected = ui_menu_select(selected);
break;
case HIGHLIGHT_DOWN:
++selected;
selected = ui_menu_select(selected);
break;
case SELECT_ITEM:
chosen_item = selected;
if (ui_get_showing_back_button()) {
if (chosen_item == item_count) {
chosen_item = GO_BACK;
}
}
break;
case NO_ACTION:
break;
case GO_BACK:
chosen_item = GO_BACK;
break;
}
} else if (!menu_only) {
chosen_item = action;
}
if (abs(selected - old_selected) > 1) {
wrap_count++;
if (wrap_count == 3) {
wrap_count = 0;
if (ui_get_showing_back_button()) {
ui_print("Back menu button disabled.\n");
ui_set_showing_back_button(0);
}
else {
ui_print("Back menu button enabled.\n");
ui_set_showing_back_button(1);
}
}
}
}
ui_end_menu();
ui_clear_key_queue();
return chosen_item;
}
static int compare_string(const void* a, const void* b) {
return strcmp(*(const char**)a, *(const char**)b);
}
static int
sdcard_directory(const char* path) {
ensure_path_mounted(SDCARD_ROOT);
const char* MENU_HEADERS[] = { "Choose a package to install:",
path,
"",
NULL };
DIR* d;
struct dirent* de;
d = opendir(path);
if (d == NULL) {
LOGE("error opening %s: %s\n", path, strerror(errno));
ensure_path_unmounted(SDCARD_ROOT);
return 0;
}
char** headers = prepend_title(MENU_HEADERS);
int d_size = 0;
int d_alloc = 10;
char** dirs = malloc(d_alloc * sizeof(char*));
int z_size = 1;
int z_alloc = 10;
char** zips = malloc(z_alloc * sizeof(char*));
zips[0] = strdup("../");
while ((de = readdir(d)) != NULL) {
int name_len = strlen(de->d_name);
if (de->d_type == DT_DIR) {
// skip "." and ".." entries
if (name_len == 1 && de->d_name[0] == '.') continue;
if (name_len == 2 && de->d_name[0] == '.' &&
de->d_name[1] == '.') continue;
if (d_size >= d_alloc) {
d_alloc *= 2;
dirs = realloc(dirs, d_alloc * sizeof(char*));
}
dirs[d_size] = malloc(name_len + 2);
strcpy(dirs[d_size], de->d_name);
dirs[d_size][name_len] = '/';
dirs[d_size][name_len+1] = '\0';
++d_size;
} else if (de->d_type == DT_REG &&
name_len >= 4 &&
strncasecmp(de->d_name + (name_len-4), ".zip", 4) == 0) {
if (z_size >= z_alloc) {
z_alloc *= 2;
zips = realloc(zips, z_alloc * sizeof(char*));
}
zips[z_size++] = strdup(de->d_name);
}
}
closedir(d);
qsort(dirs, d_size, sizeof(char*), compare_string);
qsort(zips, z_size, sizeof(char*), compare_string);
// append dirs to the zips list
if (d_size + z_size + 1 > z_alloc) {
z_alloc = d_size + z_size + 1;
zips = realloc(zips, z_alloc * sizeof(char*));
}
memcpy(zips + z_size, dirs, d_size * sizeof(char*));
free(dirs);
z_size += d_size;
zips[z_size] = NULL;
int result;
int chosen_item = 0;
do {
chosen_item = get_menu_selection(headers, zips, 1, chosen_item);
char* item = zips[chosen_item];
int item_len = strlen(item);
if (chosen_item == 0) { // item 0 is always "../"
// go up but continue browsing (if the caller is sdcard_directory)
result = -1;
break;
} else if (item[item_len-1] == '/') {
// recurse down into a subdirectory
char new_path[PATH_MAX];
strlcpy(new_path, path, PATH_MAX);
strlcat(new_path, "/", PATH_MAX);
strlcat(new_path, item, PATH_MAX);
new_path[strlen(new_path)-1] = '\0'; // truncate the trailing '/'
result = sdcard_directory(new_path);
if (result >= 0) break;
} else {
// selected a zip file: attempt to install it, and return
// the status to the caller.
char new_path[PATH_MAX];
strlcpy(new_path, path, PATH_MAX);
strlcat(new_path, "/", PATH_MAX);
strlcat(new_path, item, PATH_MAX);
ui_print("\n-- Install %s ...\n", path);
set_sdcard_update_bootloader_message();
char* copy = copy_sideloaded_package(new_path);
ensure_path_unmounted(SDCARD_ROOT);
if (copy) {
result = install_package(copy);
free(copy);
} else {
result = INSTALL_ERROR;
}
break;
}
} while (true);
int i;
for (i = 0; i < z_size; ++i) free(zips[i]);
free(zips);
free(headers);
ensure_path_unmounted(SDCARD_ROOT);
return result;
}
static void
wipe_data(int confirm) {
if (confirm) {
static char** title_headers = NULL;
if (title_headers == NULL) {
char* headers[] = { "Confirm wipe of all user data?",
" THIS CAN NOT BE UNDONE.",
"",
NULL };
title_headers = prepend_title((const char**)headers);
}
char* items[] = { " No",
" No",
" No",
" No",
" No",
" No",
" No",
" Yes -- delete all user data", // [7]
" No",
" No",
" No",
NULL };
int chosen_item = get_menu_selection(title_headers, items, 1, 0);
if (chosen_item != 7) {
return;
}
}
ui_print("\n-- Wiping data...\n");
device_wipe_data();
erase_volume("/data");
erase_volume("/cache");
if (has_datadata()) {
erase_volume("/datadata");
}
erase_volume("/sd-ext");
erase_volume("/sdcard/.android_secure");
ui_print("Data wipe complete.\n");
}
static void
prompt_and_wait() {
char** headers = prepend_title((const char**)MENU_HEADERS);
for (;;) {
finish_recovery(NULL);
ui_reset_progress();
allow_display_toggle = 1;
int chosen_item = get_menu_selection(headers, MENU_ITEMS, 0, 0);
allow_display_toggle = 0;
// device-specific code may take some action here. It may
// return one of the core actions handled in the switch
// statement below.
chosen_item = device_perform_action(chosen_item);
switch (chosen_item) {
case ITEM_REBOOT:
poweroff=0;
return;
case ITEM_WIPE_DATA:
wipe_data(ui_text_visible());
if (!ui_text_visible()) return;
break;
case ITEM_WIPE_CACHE:
if (confirm_selection("Confirm wipe?", "Yes - Wipe Cache"))
{
ui_print("\n-- Wiping cache...\n");
erase_volume("/cache");
ui_print("Cache wipe complete.\n");
if (!ui_text_visible()) return;
}
break;
case ITEM_APPLY_SDCARD:
if (confirm_selection("Confirm install?", "Yes - Install /sdcard/update.zip"))
{
ui_print("\n-- Install from sdcard...\n");
int status = install_package(SDCARD_PACKAGE_FILE);
if (status != INSTALL_SUCCESS) {
ui_set_background(BACKGROUND_ICON_ERROR);
ui_print("Installation aborted.\n");
} else if (!ui_text_visible()) {
return; // reboot if logs aren't visible
} else {
ui_print("\nInstall from sdcard complete.\n");
}
}
break;
case ITEM_INSTALL_ZIP:
show_install_update_menu();
break;
case ITEM_NANDROID:
show_nandroid_menu();
break;
case ITEM_PARTITION:
show_partition_menu();
break;
case ITEM_ADVANCED:
show_advanced_menu();
break;
case ITEM_POWEROFF:
poweroff=1;
return;
}
}
}
static void
print_property(const char *key, const char *name, void *cookie) {
printf("%s=%s\n", key, name);
}
int
main(int argc, char **argv) {
if (strcmp(basename(argv[0]), "recovery") != 0)
{
if (strstr(argv[0], "flash_image") != NULL)
return flash_image_main(argc, argv);
if (strstr(argv[0], "volume") != NULL)
return volume_main(argc, argv);
if (strstr(argv[0], "edify") != NULL)
return edify_main(argc, argv);
if (strstr(argv[0], "dump_image") != NULL)
return dump_image_main(argc, argv);
if (strstr(argv[0], "erase_image") != NULL)
return erase_image_main(argc, argv);
if (strstr(argv[0], "mkyaffs2image") != NULL)
return mkyaffs2image_main(argc, argv);
if (strstr(argv[0], "unyaffs") != NULL)
return unyaffs_main(argc, argv);
if (strstr(argv[0], "nandroid"))
return nandroid_main(argc, argv);
if (strstr(argv[0], "reboot"))
return reboot_main(argc, argv);
#ifdef BOARD_RECOVERY_HANDLES_MOUNT
if (strstr(argv[0], "mount") && argc == 2 && !strstr(argv[0], "umount"))
{
load_volume_table();
return ensure_path_mounted(argv[1]);
}
#endif
if (strstr(argv[0], "poweroff")){
return reboot_main(argc, argv);
}
if (strstr(argv[0], "setprop"))
return setprop_main(argc, argv);
return busybox_driver(argc, argv);
}
__system("/sbin/postrecoveryboot.sh");
int is_user_initiated_recovery = 0;
time_t start = time(NULL);
// If these fail, there's not really anywhere to complain...
freopen(TEMPORARY_LOG_FILE, "a", stdout); setbuf(stdout, NULL);
freopen(TEMPORARY_LOG_FILE, "a", stderr); setbuf(stderr, NULL);
printf("Starting recovery on %s", ctime(&start));
ui_init();
ui_print(EXPAND(RECOVERY_VERSION)"\n");
load_volume_table();
process_volumes();
LOGI("Processing arguments.\n");
get_args(&argc, &argv);
int previous_runs = 0;
const char *send_intent = NULL;
const char *update_package = NULL;
const char *encrypted_fs_mode = NULL;
int wipe_data = 0, wipe_cache = 0;
int toggle_secure_fs = 0;
encrypted_fs_info encrypted_fs_data;
LOGI("Checking arguments.\n");
int arg;
while ((arg = getopt_long(argc, argv, "", OPTIONS, NULL)) != -1) {
switch (arg) {
case 'p': previous_runs = atoi(optarg); break;
case 's': send_intent = optarg; break;
case 'u': update_package = optarg; break;
case 'w':
#ifndef BOARD_RECOVERY_ALWAYS_WIPES
wipe_data = wipe_cache = 1;
#endif
break;
case 'c': wipe_cache = 1; break;
case 'e': encrypted_fs_mode = optarg; toggle_secure_fs = 1; break;
case 't': ui_show_text(1); break;
case '?':
LOGE("Invalid command argument\n");
continue;
}
}
LOGI("device_recovery_start()\n");
device_recovery_start();
printf("Command:");
for (arg = 0; arg < argc; arg++) {
printf(" \"%s\"", argv[arg]);
}
printf("\n");
if (update_package) {
// For backwards compatibility on the cache partition only, if
// we're given an old 'root' path "CACHE:foo", change it to
// "/cache/foo".
if (strncmp(update_package, "CACHE:", 6) == 0) {
int len = strlen(update_package) + 10;
char* modified_path = malloc(len);
strlcpy(modified_path, "/cache/", len);
strlcat(modified_path, update_package+6, len);
printf("(replacing path \"%s\" with \"%s\")\n",
update_package, modified_path);
update_package = modified_path;
}
}
printf("\n");
property_list(print_property, NULL);
printf("\n");
int status = INSTALL_SUCCESS;
if (toggle_secure_fs) {
if (strcmp(encrypted_fs_mode,"on") == 0) {
encrypted_fs_data.mode = MODE_ENCRYPTED_FS_ENABLED;
ui_print("Enabling Encrypted FS.\n");
} else if (strcmp(encrypted_fs_mode,"off") == 0) {
encrypted_fs_data.mode = MODE_ENCRYPTED_FS_DISABLED;
ui_print("Disabling Encrypted FS.\n");
} else {
ui_print("Error: invalid Encrypted FS setting.\n");
status = INSTALL_ERROR;
}
// Recovery strategy: if the data partition is damaged, disable encrypted file systems.
// This preventsthe device recycling endlessly in recovery mode.
if ((encrypted_fs_data.mode == MODE_ENCRYPTED_FS_ENABLED) &&
(read_encrypted_fs_info(&encrypted_fs_data))) {
ui_print("Encrypted FS change aborted, resetting to disabled state.\n");
encrypted_fs_data.mode = MODE_ENCRYPTED_FS_DISABLED;
}
if (status != INSTALL_ERROR) {
if (erase_volume("/data")) {
ui_print("Data wipe failed.\n");
status = INSTALL_ERROR;
} else if (erase_volume("/cache")) {
ui_print("Cache wipe failed.\n");
status = INSTALL_ERROR;
} else if ((encrypted_fs_data.mode == MODE_ENCRYPTED_FS_ENABLED) &&
(restore_encrypted_fs_info(&encrypted_fs_data))) {
ui_print("Encrypted FS change aborted.\n");
status = INSTALL_ERROR;
} else {
ui_print("Successfully updated Encrypted FS.\n");
status = INSTALL_SUCCESS;
}
}
} else if (update_package != NULL) {
status = install_package(update_package);
if (status != INSTALL_SUCCESS) ui_print("Installation aborted.\n");
} else if (wipe_data) {
if (device_wipe_data()) status = INSTALL_ERROR;
if (erase_volume("/data")) status = INSTALL_ERROR;
if (wipe_cache && erase_volume("/cache")) status = INSTALL_ERROR;
if (status != INSTALL_SUCCESS) ui_print("Data wipe failed.\n");
} else if (wipe_cache) {
if (wipe_cache && erase_volume("/cache")) status = INSTALL_ERROR;
if (status != INSTALL_SUCCESS) ui_print("Cache wipe failed.\n");
} else {
LOGI("Checking for extendedcommand...\n");
status = INSTALL_ERROR; // No command specified
// we are starting up in user initiated recovery here
// let's set up some default options
signature_check_enabled = 0;
script_assert_enabled = 0;
is_user_initiated_recovery = 1;
ui_set_show_text(1);
ui_set_background(BACKGROUND_ICON_CLOCKWORK);
if (extendedcommand_file_exists()) {
LOGI("Running extendedcommand...\n");
int ret;
if (0 == (ret = run_and_remove_extendedcommand())) {
status = INSTALL_SUCCESS;
ui_set_show_text(0);
}
else {
handle_failure(ret);
}
} else {
LOGI("Skipping execution of extendedcommand, file not found...\n");
}
}
if (status != INSTALL_SUCCESS && !is_user_initiated_recovery) ui_set_background(BACKGROUND_ICON_ERROR);
if (status != INSTALL_SUCCESS || ui_text_visible()) {
prompt_and_wait();
}
// If there is a radio image pending, reboot now to install it.
maybe_install_firmware_update(send_intent);
// Otherwise, get ready to boot the main system...
finish_recovery(send_intent);
if(!poweroff)
ui_print("Rebooting...\n");
else
ui_print("Shutting down...\n");
sync();
reboot((!poweroff) ? RB_AUTOBOOT : RB_POWER_OFF);
return EXIT_SUCCESS;
}
int get_allow_toggle_display() {
return allow_display_toggle;
}
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