Εχω το yealink vp-2009 ip phone το οποιο υστερα απο update εχει κολλησει στο initializing.
Το προβλημα ειναι οτι to firmware που πηγα να βαλω(v40) προοριζεται για τηκ εκδοση με τα 256mb ενω το δικο μου ειναι 128.
Ως αποτελεσμα αλλαξε και το μενου εκκινησης και δεν μπορω να περασω αλλο firmware.
Πιο αναλυτικα το προβλημα μου ειναι ιδιο με αυτο το thread απο το site της yealink.
Been browsing the forums for the past few days on clues to getting an old VP-2009 working. It's the 128mb version and refuses to boot up, if left powered on the system initialisation screen will hang and will eventually fade to a white screen.
History on this phone is unknown unfortunately as with the current firmware version. I discovered it laying around our stock room and appears to have never been used other than the odd fiddling by colleagues that have been and gone so there's no chance of asking them.
So far I've tried the suggested recovery options of holding the speaker phone key or second function key whilst it boots but these do nothing. After a bit of meddling I noticed if I hold the "OK" button I get a "Boot Menu" in which I found no documentation on how to use but muddled my way around it regardless. If anyone has some documentation on this Boot Menu I'd appreciate a link to it Smile
I've attached a picture of the boot menu if anyone recognises it. Option 5 (Command Boot) returns "???Do Command Boot Failure!!!" and Option 6 (Console) asks for a password which isn't admin, password or passwd.
I've attempted doing the V4X upgrade using the tools and instructions found in the following blog ( http://blog.danielparnell.com/?p=221 ) but once the phone accepts the files and starts to load I get "Upgrade failed" Sad
Firmware I've tried to push onto the phone are 126.96.36.199 , 188.8.131.52 , 184.108.40.206 , 220.127.116.11 and 18.104.22.168 from what I still have downloaded.
Any suggestions would be much appreciated. From what the other posts imply the phone is probably beyond recovering but I figured it's worth a shot because it's a shame to let this one go to waste.