|Latest product reviews|
today I tried to flash my Arnova 9 G3 to
Unfortunately something went wrong when I used the Rockchip Batch Tool V1.5.
When updating/flashing a message: Download IDB Fail was shown and the button went red.
Now I cant get my Arnova to work again. Screen stays black. I think I've bricked it… but I'm still able to make an USB connection between my tablet and my computer… So I think there is still hope.
Can someone help me to get my tablet unbricked? I've searched the interne but wasn't able to find a solution.
I would be very thankfull!
Have you tried to flash it again with Rockchip tool ? use "Restore", not "Upgrade" button.
You can also try EraseIDB button on RK_Android_Tool_v1.29.zip
If you like our web site, applications and firmwares, feel free to support our site. Donations are used to pay the bills for our server hosting costs, development tools and purchase new tablets to support.
Had similar issue with Archos 97 Carbon tonight but issue is now resolved. This is what happened and what I did.
Used Rockchip Batch Tool V1.5 with kasty-arc97carbon-40-042-2G and clicked on Upgrade not Restore, which ended up with prepare "idb fail" message. Unplugged device and rebooted it and it worked the same as before.
Tried again using Restore this time, but device failed at about 80% of "Lowerformat" process and would not turn on, just a black screen although Rockchip Boot Tool V1.5 did display it as a green box. Tried a few more times but kept getting the same error message so figured it was time to buy my daughter another one.
Decided to give it a go with Rockchip Batch Tool V1.6 although it did not currently say it worked with the Archos 97. Tried the Restore option again and this time it made it to 98% but failed again. Thought I was getting somewhere now so decided to connect the device using my HTC USB lead instead of the Archos supplied one and again used Rockchip Batch Tool V1.6 and the Restore option. Thankfully it made it to 100% and eventually I got the green Restore Done Success message...took 233565ms to complete.
Installed Root Checker Basic and it confirmed I had Root access and checking Storage it showed 1.97GB instead of 504MB.
Unfortunately though Chrome and Angry Birds continue to shut down prematurely which I had hoped this would resolve but at least I got the device back.
The following users say thank you to nremma for this useful post:FilipeP
Take a look at theese pictures. Where i'm wrong?
Most Users Ever Online: 749
Currently Online: MattSays03
Currently Browsing this Page:
Devices in use: Desktop (97), Phone (11)
Guest Posters: 43
Moderators: globula_neagra, exelletor, JochenKauz, Oma7144, cracktech