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Here is an Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean rooted firmware for the PiPO M9 PRO (aka Max-M9pro) new tablet hardware that is equipped with a GPS. This firmware is designed for the model with the 3G module, it is based a latest official update dated 2013/10/11.
( 20131011_sms_M9pro_update.img )
Kernel: Linux version 3.0.36+ (root@alex-System-Product-Name) (gcc version 4.6.x-google 20120106 (prerelease) (GCC) ) #327 SMP PREEMPT Thu Oct 10 19:13:01 CST 2013
Android 4.2.2 JB: rk30sdk/rk30sdk/rk30sdk:4.2.2/JDQ39/eng.root.20131010.191317:eng/opinions-on-teclast-p90hdst-keys
- please uncheck "en_apk.install" for this firmware to work, thanks udio80
Custom firmware features:
- root with latest SuperSU version 1.65 (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 M9 pro 3G tablet to test the custom firmware.
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I've done update, searched the internet for firmware compatible, and so far nothing!
I buy two tablets PIPO M9 PRO with 3G, and both have this problem.
The problem is, when I connect to wifi, the tablet works for a few minutes or even hours.
And in the notification bar wifi, after a time it shows only upload and not download, and not browse more. I turn on and turn off wifi and do not connect more.
I am forced to restart the tablet, and does not always work.
Please, help me :/
I also suffer from WiFi issues as well as 3G connection which sometimes causes frozen display (especially when the signal is weak or only connected as edge), shaking or "mad" cursor which jumping through the display and randomly switches applications.
I made my first flash with RileyROM 1.7b, at the first moment it looked that problems were solved, but then again raised and it behaved in almost same manner as I described above. After some googling I found that forum and flashed my PIPO M9Pro 3G 32Gb with kasty-pipo-m9_pro_3G rom from September release.
No success, still with wifi and 3G connection issues.
My direction is now heading me to wireless display. From the first moments I was surprised that there is no option to switch off wireless display in the display settings menu. Then I went to an application which is named wirelessdisplay which is not listed among installed application list from settings menu but found it among running applications. The application has short cut among (an icon) and when I tap that it starts running but there is missing menu for setup.
My suspicion is that wirelessdisplay is somehow responsible for issues with radio part of the Pipo tablet.
I have tried to find some information or source of that application (wirelessdisplay apk), but no success.
May be somebody has some ideas and better understand these relations and can investigate in that heading.
Thank you and nice day to all android users
Just loaded this ROM and it is working perfectly - including wifi and 3g. I wonder if you perhaps have a hardware problem.
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