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Ok, then you need to open the tab to start the Mask Rom Modus by shorting two NAND pins.
Glad to hear that!
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Anyone have any luck getting xposed to run? I'd love to install Amplify and Powernap. Also, I used "L Speed" and it really smooths out the overall experience.
I'm really surprised this little tab doesn't get more attention. Quite the find for $45 used on eBay!
Again, great work here OMA.
Negative. Xposed doesn't run on RK customized LP. The reason is unknown.
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Try DS Battery Saver (see Play Store).
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I got it to work! Was able to restore a backup, and then before doing anything else I followed bobb's instructions exactly and got OMA on there. Very nice ROM you got here. 😉 Thanks all!
This thread has been inactive for a while so I'm not sure if anyone is following, but I stake my chance just in case. psiufoxx may I ask how you managed to make a backup where no custom recovery can be installed? Also, my unit right now is boot-looping at the insignia logo flashing and dimming stage. I've tried to sideload the img's in OMa's rom but it would not update because of the signature or lack thereof.
1. Would anyone be lucky enough to have the official OTA somewhere that I can download? I'd appreciate that very much.
2. Failing that, can I ask Oma if there's a way to flash your rom at the bootloader screen with something similar to fastboot command? Or is this function totally locked? If yes, is there anything else I can try? The tab is totally stuck at the moment so I'm ready for whatever risky procedure there is. Thanks again for any reply.
PS: Oma, I did try the method you suggested some time ago for flashing the TWRP recovery. The android tool recognized the loader (tablet) but as DANee posted at the beginning, the tool did nothing. I can't do the dd script because the tablet won't finish booting.
I found myself in a similar situation as yours, where my tab would go as far as recovery and ADB sideload. I've been trying to load Oma's rom (or parts thereof) without success because of the signature requirement. Wonder if it would be at all possible for you to upload your stock rom that you restored on your tablet in its skeletal form (minus the personal and custom stuff thereon, of course) so I can try to revive mine.
I've been looking for a stock rom in vain. I'd appreciate it very much if you could help. Thanks again.
In the alternative, is it possible to have a copy of DanEE's stock rom that you used as the basis for your rom? As said, I've only access to stock recovery so flashing anything other than stock is not feasible. Thanks again.
The stock recovery is only good to format partitions. Other functionality is not given by fact.
We do not know this behaviour from any other RK tab. It does not make sense that the bootloader on the NAND cannot communicate with the FlashTool.
Other typical major issue is the driver installation under Windows. Unsigned RK driver and Win8, Win10 are not friends
So, I would recommend to use Linux. You will find a Linux flashtool and other useful stuff here: http://radxa.com/Rock/flash_the_image
upgrade_tool UL RK3288UbootLoader_V2.19.07.bin
upgrade_tool DI -p oma_parameter_lp.txt
upgrade_tool DI -k kernel.img
upgrade_tool DI -b boot.img
upgrade_tool DI -r TWRP_1536x2048_CrewRKTablets_v3.0.img
upgrade_tool DI -m misc.img
upgrade_tool DI -s system.img
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Thanks for the instructions. AndroidToolRK in Windows has no problem recognizing the tab. But just as reported earlier by DanEE, it cannot write anything to the NAND. Low level format gets stuck at 0% and won't progress further. To flash according to Bobb's method requires that the tab boot up, which it doesn't in my situation. But I will try Linux to see what happens. Again thanks for the reply. I know you have bigger fish to fry and do appreciate your taking the time to answer trivial questions like mine.
Tried Linux. Device was recognized, but everything else was just the same with Win 7 as reported. Enclosed is log by Upgrade Tool, if it means anything.
01:09:52 Upgrade Tool ver 1.21
01:10:02 Upgrade Tool ver 1.21
01:10:06 Upgrade Tool ver 1.21
01:11:41 Upgrade Tool ver 1.21
01:32:26 Upgrade Tool ver 1.21
01:47:29 Upgrade Tool ver 1.21
02:15:19 Upgrade Tool ver 1.21
23:12:14 Upgrade Tool ver 1.21
23:15:46 Upgrade Tool ver 1.21
23:26:00 Error:RKU_Write failed,err=-4
23:26:00 Error:LowerFormatDevice-->RKU_TestDeviceReady failed,subCode(0x0),RetCode(-3)
23:26:01 Error:RKU_Write failed,err=-4
23:26:01 Error:LowerFormatDevice-->RKU_TestDeviceReady failed,subCode(0x0),RetCode(-3)
23:26:02 Error:RKU_Write failed,err=-4
23:26:02 Error:LowerFormatDevice-->RKU_TestDeviceReady failed,subCode(0x0),RetCode(-3)
23:27:11 Upgrade Tool ver 1.21
23:29:00 Upgrade Tool ver 1.21
23:29:00 Test Device Start
23:29:00 <LAYER 1-5> ERROR:TestDevice-->RKU_TestDeviceReady failed,Total is zero
23:29:00 Test Device Fail
23:31:23 Upgrade Tool ver 1.21
23:31:23 ERROR:download_parameter-->RKU_TestDeviceReady failed,Total is zero
23:32:09 Upgrade Tool ver 1.21
23:32:09 get_parameter_loader-->RKU_TestDeviceReady failed,Total is zero
23:33:07 Upgrade Tool ver 1.21
23:33:07 get_parameter_loader-->RKU_TestDeviceReady failed,Total is zero
The bootloader doesn't like to communicate with us. In such cases we need the 1st stage bootloader, which is in the SoC. Is it possible to open the tab?
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