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I have acquire one of this tablets a few weeks ago. I have it in factory condition, no modified at all. Only used for internet browsing, some apps, etc.
The problem is that the screen turned off suddenly with battery charged nearly 90%. I've tried to plug the charger in again but it doesn't respond.
If I connect to the PC holding de vol button, the pc detects it. So maybe it would be a screen problem.
I have written to cube RMA, we will see. Any ideas or solution?
Hi, I got this tablet for Christmas and it worked only 2 days and than similar thing happened to me.
At the first moment touch control stoped to respond. So I used hard reset. Than only cube logo has shown for a long time so I did another two restarts. Now the screen is just black.
After few tries I have found out that tablet can be flashed if charger is connected. I flashed it like 5 times without error, but It seems it doesn't start and screen is just black.
I have writen to cube (firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com emails) 3 times, but never got any answer from them. Do you have some better email or contact?
Hi guys, I also have the problem that the tablet remains in the boot animation.
I followed the guide to flash the tablet but I have the problem that Windows does not recognize the driver even if the tablet is in download mode.
Windows sees a device N90 but it seems that the drivers are not compatible.
Do you have any helpful suggestions please?
Use another pc
Use another Usb cable
Use the usb ports from the back of the pc unit
After going into download mode and have installed the drivers on windows seemed to me the message that the driver was installed but the device could not be started.
Then by chance, in download mode, I pressed three times the power button and the screen turns off.
It seemed that the tablet had power off and instead it was in flash mode because the software rockchip pointed out the connection with the green button.
At that point I flash a rom that I downloaded and I was able to retrieve the tablet!
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