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Trying to flash MorkaMod 1.15 onto my tablet.
The Rockchip Batch Tool wouldn't recognise my tablet so I tried using the other programs in http://www.arctablet.com/blog/featured/flashing-arnova-g2-rockchip-2918-rockchip-flashing-tool/ and eventually got to use RK Device Manage however something happened when it was flashing, it came up with an error and now my tablet won't turn on or be recognised by windows altogether.
Could anyone please help me?
For the others that may have a similar issue, it would be interesting that you specify what was the problem and how you fixed it.
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To be honest I'm not entirely sure how I fixed it, but I can tell you everything I did from when the screen went black.
From it being completely black screen, not turning on, not being recognised by anything including windows itself on multiple computers after a mid-flashing error.
Tried connecting it to my desktop to see if it would be recognised, tried resetting it, both didn't work.
I put the original firmware on a SD card, inserted the SD card into the tablet, tried turning it on, still no life. Tried resetting it, did nothing.
Plugged it in to my laptop again and the boot screen comes on and the tablet loads with all my previous settings. So it couldn't have been from the SD card which it then popped up with something like "invalid file update.img would you like to delete it". The tablet was recognised as an Arnova in windows again and everything was running like nothing had ever happened. I don't entirely know how.
Would you perhaps know why it wasn't getting recognised in the batch tool?
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