Forum switched to read-only as of 2020/06/01
|Latest product reviews|
Have you got the device in the flashing mode ?
Insert the paper clip on the reset pinhole, keep it pressed and then press the power button
you can use also arctools
When you try to do what i said above, try to keep the device disconnected from any power source.
Than, after you do all the steps that i said, connect the tablet to the pc, the screen should be black.
you can find arctools here
and here more info about the app
Tablet off screen black
paper clip in reset hole power button held down 15 seconds screen still black
plug into pc, tablet displayes arnova on screen, screen flashes and displays arnova
tries to install drivers and fails
recognized as MTP USB Device with warning flag in device manager under portable devices
Must be faulty, did not work when bought, told it need re-installation of software.
try to use adb to get the tablet in flashing mode
adb reboot bootloader
use superoneclick to install the drivers
found adb tutorial but
Extract the files (remembering where you put them), then connect your tablet in debug mode.) Debug mode is not the same as recovery mode (required to flash the RK29xx tablet). You set Debug Mode from your tablet by going into Settings –> Applications –> Development –> check the “USB Debugging” box.
as I can't get anything on the tablet screen, how do I get into debug mode!
you can have adb working also in recovery (dead android with exclamation mark on it)
Some progress I thought, tried it on another PC and it came up in device manager as a AN7FG3 but no luck finding driver
Through a combination of holding down volume - inserting pin in reset hole and then plugging into USB port at the same time the tablet screen stayed black and device manager found a RK29 device.
drivers were installed from rockchip batch tool and all seemed to be going well, until it reported Device cannot start (code 10), now assuming there must be a hardware fault, unless anyone knows better.
Does not appear in Rockchip batch tool v1.5 under connected devices
Cheers for all the help
Most Users Ever Online: 803
Currently Online: nrod
Currently Browsing this Page:
Devices in use: Desktop (58), Phone (24)
Guest Posters: 43
Moderators: globula_neagra, exelletor, JochenKauz, Oma7144, cracktech