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ClockworkMod (CWM) Recovery easy install for RK3066 and RK3188 -- TWRP/CWM Flash-Tool and root for RK3288

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USB port nort working: can I flash latest Kasty ROM from SD Card??
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annoluce
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2013/09/13 - 16:59
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Hi,

after some use and several flashes, out of the blue my micro USB port does not work anymore.

I'm stuck there with a 4.1 old ROM and the tablet has very poor performance, especially with battery and wifi.

I'd like to re-flash the latest Kasty release, but I can't since I cannot use flashing tool from PC.

Is there a way to install the latest Kasty from recovery/SDcard?

 

Thank you so much

M

 

 

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Hey Darth, does it work well? How critical is the risk for this task? I only have one shot available since my USB port does not work so if I fail I'll use my tablet to serve tea.

Thank you, just want to be sure but I think I don't have any option left.

 

http://www.arctablet.com/blog/forum/cube-u30gt2/releasing-roms-in-clockworkmod-cwm-update-zip-format/  

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Well, it works for me. If you have CWM Recovery, there is no reason why it shouldn't work. However, updating firmwares is ALWAYS a risky venture, and any number of things could go wrong with the process, for any number of reasons. So if you are risk-averse, then the best thing is to stay with your current firmware.

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