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I have an Archos 101 neon (1.6 quad core, 1gb ram, 8gb, wifi and without gps and bluetooth).
After i flash the device with official update.img from archos.com, with their own rktool provided, my tablet work fine but when i pres the power button it goes off not in standby. Same thing happend if i dont use the tablet, instead go in sleep, when screen go of, the tablet its shut off.
can someone where is the problem?
i have read many posts but i didint find information about archos 101 neon.
what information about tablet i must provide here for getting support for fixing that problem or what rom from this forum is compatibile for install?
It seems that this was not the right firmware/kernel for you hardware revision.
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I've installed what rom from official site, not a custom rom. I have read a post from 2014 witch saying that Archos support team response to exactly same problem after reflashing with official rom that is a problem with their update and it will fix it. Not another information about this till today.
What rom from here do you think I can try for my Archos 101 neon?
Ionut - Romania
As this is a kernel issue another firmware would not help. Pls ask Archos for the right one.
- Oma -
I have tried one week to contact. Archos but the only link from support site to contact is not functioning and there is no dedicated emails for support.
I have one friend who have the same model, without update, only original rom. There is a possibility to backup rom and restore to my tablet?
Thanks for responding
Yes, he can try to dump the firmware: http://www.arctablet.com/blog/forum/crewrktablets-rk3188-entwicklung-customroms-development-croms/rk3188-root-and-dump-the-stock-firmware/?lang=fr
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