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Hello, Sorry if this is in the wrong section (as you can tell from my username) very new.
Ok my issue is this......I mainly repair laptops and i was asked if i could replace a screen on this model of tablet (arnova 10 g2), I thought yeah nice simple job......Erm what a pain in the a*! it has been 🙁
I fitted the new screen exactly as the old one was ( I have the correct screen/digitizer ) there was a black wire that was soldered inside the tablet and went to the screen??
Switched on and nothing....so i plugged the charger in (red light came on) so i left it to charge then it went green. I left it for a few minutes and tried to turn on......still nothing.
I plugged the charger back in......the red light was on again, tried to turn on still nothing.
I connected it to the laptop (windows 7) via usb....this time the tablet just made a noise (possibly the start up tune or something??), however still not turn on (windows can see the device, and indicates that all is fine, it also states that it has the best drivers for it)
I read on this site about resetting it, have tried but not seem to get anywhere 🙁 please help yet another noob.
Well, the tablet seems ok considering the beep on get on your Windows laptop. I just suspect a screen issue. I never changed a screen on these devices, I can't really tell if there are anything specific to be done on the tablet. I hope you'll get feedback from other users, as it seems there a a few people willing to replace their damaged screen.
I'm just curious if you could give us the reference of the replacement screen you used.
Regarding the tablet reset, you have the little pinhole on the side. You can also use Rockchip flashing tool to flash back the manufacturer firmware and have the device restored in its "stock" state, but I don't think it's necessary considering the tablet probably works, it's just the screen not outputing anything.
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