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Hi everyone would just like to say that im new to this forum so be nice lol
Im sure this question has been asked many times but im just not looking in the right place,
my question is, how do you put the Arnova 8 G2 into recover mode?
I have try'd many suggested ways with no luck
I know it can be done as have done it before a long time ago and just cannot remember what i did 🙁
insert a paperclip in the Reset pinhole of the tablet and press the Power button, keep them both pressed then connect the usb cable, release the keys
At the end I was able to get the table entering in recovery mode. The strange fact was that the original firmware didn't give information about the recovery state: nothing was shown on the display to indicate the recovery mode so it was quite impossible to undersand if the procedure did start correctly...
is is more appropriate to call it, flashing mode, not recovery, and in this flashing mode, which is the equivalent of fastboot mode on other devices, the screen is of, you can only see that is in the right state by connect the device to the pc
Globula, after flashing the new firmware on both of my 8 G2 tablets, I realised (maybe because the new firmware exploits the whole set of system capabilities) that one of them has hardware problems: the device hangs while using it with moderate resources consuming apps (mail, google play, etc.) as well as on idle.
The other tablet works flawlessly so I don't think it's matter of firmware issue with the 8 G2...
I want to revert the firmware to the original version in order to ship the tablet to the manufacturer but the Rockchip Flashing tool v1.5 can't see it anymore while in flashing mode.
Do you have any suggestion about what the problem could be?
use another usb cable, and use the usb ports from the back of the pc unit
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