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One of the best value 7" tablets available at the moment, the Hyundai T7 has a lot to offer: a powerful quad-core Samsung Exynos 4412 CPU, 1 GB RAM, superb IPS 1280x800 pixels display, HDMI output, WIFI b/g/n, dual camera, Bluetooth and GPS for prices starting at $140 USD / €110 / ￡91. Shipping with Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich, the manufacturer promised an Android Jelly Bean update, which has just been published in the form of a Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean beta release.
Firmware download: T7Android4.2_20130411.rar
Firmware update procedure
Installing a new firmware update is simple:
It's Hyundai T7 only, it does not work on the T7S.
I have no idea when a T7S firmware will be available, I have no relation with Hyundai, I'm just spreading the word about their firmware.
Apart from the RAM on the tablet, T7S and T7 are technically very similar devices and the T7 firmware may actually work on the T7S. It is not said to be compatible, I have no T7S to try and I can't be sure it wouldn't brick the tablet, so by precaution it's safer to consider it's not compatible.
Still, I believe risk of bricking a tablet is very low knowing the tablet bootloader is able to restore a firmware from the sdcard.
Thank you very much for the information you have provided.
i was looking for the official website of the company which produced T7 and T7s, but unfortunately its down since months, and i have failed to reach them.
This is pushing me to ask you about the JB version you have provided if its official and if its coming from the device maker?
and if the answer is yes do they have a new website instead of the old one and are they providing any support to their devices?
If the T7 and T7s are almost the same there there is a big chance that the new version could be installed in the T7s as you have mentioned before.
i would try it , but i have to say i am a windows expert but not android expert So, i am a little confused about this operating system.
anyway as i know and before doing anything i need to take a full backup of my current device , so how can i do that and which application is the required? in case if there is anything wrong i could restore the complete old system.
the 2nd step would be following the instructions you have provided by unpacking the RAR content of the root directly of SD card and the other steps.
now let us say i want to restore the IC 4.0.4 how can i do that?
I believe the version I have published is an official one, but I am not in contact with the device maker to make sure it is and Hyundai site ( http://www.hyundai-digital.cn/ ) being down does not help to check.
The blog post from Post #1 gives you all needed instructions for the update.
In case things don't work, you'll surely need to reflash the "original" Android 4.0.4 ICS firmware for the T7S, we haven't mirrored the file yet, but it can easily be found on Google.
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another Hyundai T7s owner here.
ready to cooperate with you, friends.
A guy from another forum write:
" I just got a T7 (new in box) and it came with Jelly Bean 4.2.2 already on it! Unfortunately there are problems...
1-GPS doesn't work.
2-It won't read ANY SD card I put in it.
3-The root method listed here doesn't work with it.
Anybody have any suggestions or similar issues? "
it seems he received the HYUNDAI with JB installed, so it could be original !
The file has been removed as it this firmware wasn't too stable.
He have a more up to date version here:
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