Description: A port of the Qualcomm Android bootctrl HAL for musl/glibc userspace.
(It means you can switch slot on a phone with Linux installed.)
Original author: Caleb Connolly
Compatible system: Linux
Compatible CPU architecture: ARM64
Download Link: https://stor.classfun.cn:4443/s/Q9TQ
(Built by @snnbyyds on 2022/7/21)
Source Code: https://gitlab.com/sdm845-mainline/qbootctl
Qualcomm bootctl HAL for Linux
This HAL was pulled from AOSP source code and bastardised to build and run on a musl/glibc system. This may or may not render any hardware you run it on unusable, you have been warned.
qbootctl uses the meson build system
meson build meson compile -C build
qbootctl: qcom bootctrl HAL port for Linux ------------------------------------------- qbootctl [-c|-m|-s|-u|-b|-n|-x] [SLOT] <no args> dump slot info (default) -h this help text -c get the current slot -b SLOT check if SLOT is marked as bootable -n SLOT check if SLOT is marked as successful -x [SLOT] get the slot suffix for SLOT (default: current) -s SLOT set to active slot to SLOT -m [SLOT] mark a boot as successful (default: current) -u [SLOT] mark SLOT as unbootable (default: current)
DEBUG to 1 in
utils.h to enable debug logging.
A more details explanation and a list of devices where qbootctl has been
validated can be found on the postmarketOS wiki: