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There aren't any steps at those URLs that actually work to get an Archos Arnova 9 G2 in recovery mode.
The steps for entering recovery mode on the Rochship Batch tool tutorial do not work.
In the comments of the article, many people post comments that they can't enable recovery mode.
Does anyone actually _know_ how to enter Recovery Mode on an Arnova 9 G2?
On here it says and i quote "insert a paperclip in the Reset pinhole of the tablet and press the Menu button"
In the end it is about having the will to look.
You can use also adb/opinions-on-teclast-p90hdrminal if you have root on the tablet
with adb, adb reboot bootloader
with terminal, reboot bootloader
Thanks for the reply.
The exact instructions at your URL do not work.
No combination of the Reset pinhole and any buttons will enter reset mode.
Others on the internet have had this problem. Possible causes:
-- Are there multiple versions of the Arnova 9 G2 with different reset button sequences?
-- Are the reset switches broken?
The following users say thank you to roidrage for this useful post:Mewantfirmware
check the post number 50
http://www.arctablet.com/blog/forum/arnova-9-g2/arnova-9g2-custom-firmware-upgrade-to-android-40-ics-google-play-full-root-and-face-unlock/page-4/ by vadim537
I think is not about the tablet, is just a mistake in pressing the right keys in the right order.
i am using adb to get the rockchip tablets in the flashing mode (if they are in working state)
Thanks, I've tried the steps outlined by those other threads already.
I'm trying out the ADB tool for the first time.
Would you give me a hint as to what ADB command will get the Rockchip device into flashing mode?
(Also, I code in C, Java, Go, Python, Unix shell languages, but I am totally new to the Android dev tools and documentation.)
Here is a tutorial
On how to install and configure the pc to get it right.
The first question is:
Does your tablet work ? For example can you go to settings and enable usb debugging ?
If yes, you will have to install the drivers and then use adb like this:
adb devices -----> this will verify if you device is connected, if you get any kind of response it is perfect, if you don`t get nothing you need to find the proper drivers
adb reboot bootloader ------> this will reboot the tablet in the flashing mode and a new window should pop-up with the instalation of rk29 drivers, those drivers can be found in the rockchip tools pack
If your tablet is not working and you see the dead android with the exclamation sign.
-connect the tablet to the pc
-install the drivers
-use adb like above
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