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Here is an Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean rooted firmware for the PIPO M7 Pro tablet based on latest update from Pipo released 2013/09/11
Kernel: Linux version 3.0.36+ (cdy@mid-server) (gcc version 4.4.3 (GCC) ) #410 SMP PREEMPT Sat Sep 7 14:33:09 CST 2013
Android 4.2.2 JB: rk30sdk/rk30sdk/rk30sdk:4.2.2/JDQ39/eng.ljh.20130909.145530:eng/opinions-on-teclast-p90hdst-keys
Custom firmware features:
- root with latest SuperSU version 1.60 (free version)
- removed most Chinese and unnecessary applications, removed Certificate Center asking for product key
- Google Play Store fixes so more application are visible/compatible
- updated busybox v1.21.0.git (2012-11-29)
- Unix like init.d boot scripts support, more details on init.d scripts here
- changed permissions on external sdcard to allow write access
- increased space for applications (/data partition) to 4 GB
- NEW! kernel modules (cifs, tun, lan, serial, xpad) compiled by Oma & Crew RKTablets, thank guys!
Flash with Rockchip Batch Tool version 1.7, use Restore button.
Please report any problem with this firmware, I can't verify this custom firmware works as I don't have a PIPO M7 Pro tablet to test the custom firmware.
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I see this is based on the latest Pipo release, but is there anyone able to tell me what real changes have been made?
As of now, after trying everything I could find on my Pipo M7Pro, I decided that the best results are when using Katsy's release based on the September Pipo firmware. With all the other firmwares the tablet will not recognize the external SD after wake up from deep sleep.
I also have a Asus Memo Pad 7"HD, also a quad core but Mediatek. When running Antutu benchmark on tablets Pipo will score at least 50% better (around 19000 point compared to 12000 for Asus) but the user experience and the fluidity of operation is much better on the Asus tablet, which makes me believe there is still room for improvement on Pipo's firmware.
Anyway I want to congratulate you guys for the very fine work you are doing.
Thanks for your message and your support
We usually post the revision history when the manufacturer give one with their firmware release. I haven't see any for this release so far.
I agree there's room for improvement on RK3188 based firmwares, there are some devices with similar CPU power showing better performance on the user interface. When it comes to comparison and numbers, I wouldn't trust benchmarks, specially from AnTutu as there have been many cases of benchmark cheat on this software and others.
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