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There is a solution for instal google play and move programs on the external SD card, but it is in french and german
Hello I tried to translate with "google translate"
The purpose of all this, keep the original firmware and then rooter to memory instead I will explain.
Since we keep the original firmware no worries WIFI or screen.
First download this archive in this topic:
There is a tutorial in German archive, I'll just fill in a little because the disorder:
STEP 1 - On the shelf
Allow unknown sources
Option in development - USB debugging mode
Then connect to the tablet PC
Go to device manager, click on the tablet which is identified but no driver.
Choose update driver - View all the device, indicate the location of the driver in the archive, select composite ADB interface
STEP 2 - Once the installation is finished, go to the root directory and run runme.bat
Once the MSDOS command window prompts you to press a key before doing so, the tablet launch busybox, click install - Installation normal
Once the installation is complete busybox, turn on your computer and press like asking to close the MSDOS command window.
Voila, your rooter CHILDPAD is no change FIRMWARE so no worries WIFI or desktop
Then for the problem of memory
CF tutorial PDF
Excuse me for probably many spelling mistakes, and speed of this tutorial, but I struggled all day, and I'm a bit tired .....
Hoping that someone has used ca ....
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Just to correct the google translation
STEP 2 – Once the installation is finished, go to the root directory and run runme.bat
Once the MSDOS command window prompts you to press a key before doing so, launch busybox on the tablet, click install – Installation normal
Once the busybox installation is complete, return on the MSDOS command windows and press a key like asking to close the MSDOS command window."
For the memory, the PDF tutorial is for use "Link2SD" free software on googleplay.
You can find a english tutorial on the web
Use minitool partition wizard home edition on windows (Free software) for create a partition on your Externe SD CARD.
The first partition must be a Primary FAT 32 partition (Create a small partition, it's not use by Android)
The second partition must be a Primary Ext2 partition (Create a big partition, Android and Link2SD use this partition)
The third partition must be a logical linux swap partition (100Mo is good)
After insert this SD CARD in the tablet, launch link2SD and create a lilnk for all movable applications.
I hope my english is understandable
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