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SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/7] Enable UFS provisioning via Linux
Hi Kyuho,

On Mon, Jun 4, 2018 at 4:11 AM Kyuho Choi <> wrote:
> Hi Evan,
> I've some question about end user's provisioning.
> On 5/30/18, Evan Green <> wrote:
> > This series enables provisioning UFS devices using the existing sysfs
> > interface. This functionality is primarily useful along the assembly
> > line, but might also be useful for end users that receive devices that
> > aren't locked down.
> As we knew, ufs are mainly adopted to boot device like mobile phone.
> Usally after provisioning operation, every data in ufs (eg. Android :
> system, userdata, boot info and etc) would be removed. How end user
> download and flash all data to ufs?. dd or another download tools?.

You're right, the user would need to be booted into a RAM disk, or off
of removable media like micro SD, and use dd or custom tools to set up
data inside the new provisioning scheme. So yes, on a mobile phone, it
would be a fairly advanced end user.

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