Topic: Error in wiki / help requested with Siemens SX762
I've bought a Siemens Gigaset SX762, because it should be compatible with OpenWRT as long as the serial looks like S30852-S70x-xxxx, according to the wiki page for the device:
Mine has serial S30852-S707-M121-2.. However, when I check the status -> device page, I see the following:
Firmware version: 184.108.40.206.00 Bootcode version: Primary: 220.127.116.11.12 Secondary: 18.104.22.168.0 Configuration file version: 286055-01-NDL-Retail_28_S1 ADSL driver version: 22.214.171.124.0.1 Wireless driver version: 126.96.36.199 User interface version: 16.01.2009 Hardware version: Q709-R221 Serial number: 0001E38F1E28
It is running the 2.x firmware, that corresponds to some amazon SoC, instead of the 4.x firmware it should be running according to the wiki. Also, when checking some debug logs, I found the following:
Jan 1 01:10:38 War <EVENT> kernel: drv_amazon:FIO_AMAZON_INIT Jan 1 01:10:38 War <EVENT> kernel: Board_InitPlatform! Jan 1 01:10:38 War <EVENT> kernel: SPI_Init! Jan 1 01:10:38 War <EVENT> kernel: Board_InitIrq! Jan 1 01:10:38 War <EVENT> kernel: init finished! Jan 1 01:10:38 War <EVENT> kernel: drv_amazon:reset deactivated!
Is this true? Did I buy a device with the wrong SoC or is there something I miss? And more importantly, is there any way for me to run OpenWRT or another custom firmware? I really hope to find some solution, for I was really looking forward to modding this thing :'(
Thanks a million,