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/* Copyright 2018 The Chromium OS Authors. All rights reserved.
* Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
* found in the LICENSE file.
#include "board_id.h"
#include "console.h"
#include "ccd_config.h"
#include "ec_commands.h"
#include "extension.h"
#include "system.h"
#define CPRINTS(format, args...) cprints(CC_CCD, format, ## args)
#define CPRINTF(format, args...) cprintf(CC_CCD, format, ## args)
static int board_id_is_erased(void)
struct board_id id;
* If we can't read the board id for some reason, return 0 just to be
* safe
if (read_board_id(&id) != EC_SUCCESS) {
CPRINTS("%s: BID read error", __func__);
return 0;
if (board_id_is_blank(&id)) {
CPRINTS("BID erased");
return 1;
return 0;
static int inactive_image_is_guc_image(void)
enum system_image_copy_t inactive_copy;
const struct SignedHeader *other;
if (system_get_image_copy() == SYSTEM_IMAGE_RW)
inactive_copy = SYSTEM_IMAGE_RW_B;
inactive_copy = SYSTEM_IMAGE_RW;
other = (struct SignedHeader *) get_program_memory_addr(
* Chips from GUC are manufactured with 0.0.13 or 0.0.22. Compare the
* versions to determine if the inactive image is a GUC image.
if (other->epoch_ == 0 && other->major_ == 0 &&
((other->minor_ == 13) || (other->minor_ == 22))) {
CPRINTS("GUC in inactive RW");
return 1;
* TODO(mruthven): Return true if factory image field of header is
* set
return 0;
* Return non-zero if this is the first boot of a board in the factory.
* This is used to determine whether the default CCD configuration will be RMA
* (things are unlocked for factory) or normal (things locked down because not
* in factory).
* checks:
* - If the system recovered from reboot not deep sleep resume.
* - If the board ID exists, this is not the first boot
* - If the inactive image is not a GUC image, then we've left the factory
int board_is_first_factory_boot(void)
return (!(system_get_reset_flags() & EC_RESET_FLAG_HIBERNATE) &&
inactive_image_is_guc_image() && board_id_is_erased());
* Vendor command for ccd factory reset.
* This vendor command can be used to enable ccd and disable write protect with
* a factory reset. A factory reset is automatically done during the first
* factory boot, but this vendor command can be used to do a factory reset at
* any time. Before calling factory reset, cr50 will make sure it is safe to do
* so. Cr50 checks batt_is_present to make sure the user has physical access to
* the device. Cr50 also checks ccd isn't disabled by the FWMP or ccd password.
* checks:
* - batt_is_present - Factory reset can only be done if HW write protect is
* removed.
* - FWMP disables ccd - If FWMP has disabled ccd, then we can't bypass it with
* a factory reset.
* - CCD password is set - If there is a password, someone will have to use that
* to open ccd and enable ccd manually. A factory reset cannot be
* used to get around the password.
static enum vendor_cmd_rc vc_factory_reset(enum vendor_cmd_cc code,
void *buf,
size_t input_size,
size_t *response_size)
*response_size = 0;
if (input_size)
if (board_battery_is_present() || !board_fwmp_allows_unlock() ||
CPRINTF("factory reset\n");