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Poll: Should the "Custom" image be auto-patched for the "hidden" keys? (26 member(s) have cast votes)

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#1 MrTasselhof

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Posted 08 April 2011 - 08:25 AM

STOP
Advanced and Potentially Dangerous Topic
Only proceed if you are completely comfortable with whatever outcome may happen.
(good, bad, or ugly)


 

UPDATED - 4-19-2011

 
For those that may be having issues getting the tablet to recognize.
Here is a package of drivers and an INF file I found that got mine working. (thanks Wayne Hall)

Link: MID816.com - Gingerbread Tablet Driver

 

Hey MrTasselhof:

Ive made a video of how to update to android 2.3. THE VIDEO IS IN SPANISH for those who don't understand English.
In the video i give all credit to you. As a thx for giving us the firmware and tools.

http://www.youtube.c...h?v=Ux4ClwzVCN0

Thx


 

MID816 - Running Android 2.3 - Gingerbread - Stock Base Image

Dated: 04-01-2011

IT WORKS!!!!!

I am pleased to report that the Gingerbread 2.3.1 image provided by techtoys2go.com WORKS!!!

I have uploaded the compressed .RAR file to the MID816.com website provided by our great Adrenalynn.
The file size is 713mb.

MID816.com - Gingerbread 2.3.1 - Full System Image

Remember this will FORMAT and ERASE your SD card.
I HIGHLY suggest making a backup image before replacing the existing one.
I also suggest trying to make a backup of any settings, saves, and personal data that you want to keep.
Titanium backup is usually suggested.

I have not tried to root it just yet... I also haven't really messed around in it and installed program yet either...
I can simply say that it works using the standard imaging method.

**PLEASE NOTE**
This is a STOCK basic image.

 

MID816 - Running Android 2.3 - Gingerbread - Tasselhof Custom Image
Dated: 04-19-2011

Remember this will FORMAT and ERASE your SD card.
I HIGHLY suggest making a backup image before replacing the existing one.
I also suggest trying to make a backup of any settings, saves, and personal data that you want to keep.
Titanium backup is usually suggested.

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FIX - Remove Hidden Buttons on Right Side - Run this after imaging - ONLY if you have PHYSICAL hardware BUTTONS.

Little update for those who has MID816 with hardware buttons.

MODLIST:
- Disabled touch buttons (those invisible buttons near right/bottom end of the screen. Now you can use your P button :))
- %Bonus% ro.secure set to 0 (it gives more rights to adb, for example you can remount partitions with adb.

Do not apply this patch for tablets with sensor buttons (touch screen buttons).

Link: MID816.com - drfaust Hidden Keys Fix - drfaust-Patch_tpkey.rar

I have added the missing ADB files.
Just put your tablet in to fastboot mode and connect the USB.
Then run: patch.bat

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Custom Image
Image: MID816.com - 2011-04-19-MID816-Gingerbread-2.3.1-TassCustom-ROOT.rar
Model: Herotab MID816
Contains: Custom Image, Additions, FULL Android Market & ROOT
- Fixed Contacts and Calendar Sync
Firmware: 04-01-2011 (w/ Market)
Size: 2.01GB

MID816 - Custom Image by MrTasselhof is licensed under a
Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

The following image file IS NOT the same as a brand new unit, but has had additional programs installed.
I have made a couple fairly major changes.
- Installed Better Keyboard 7 as an option.
- Although the Stock Gingerbread Keyboard isn't bad and is the current default.
- Installed ADW.Launcher to change default home screen/access
- Enabled ROOT access
- Enabled Full Android Market
- Modified all of the General Settings to US/English basis.
- Changed LCD Density to 200 instead of 240
- Changed Firmware Description from bena to tass
- Set Wi-Fi Sleep Policy to NEVER

This image was created from the stock 4GB Class 2 MicroSD Card - 3.69gb.

**PLEASE NOTE**
Now that I am accessing the Android Marketplace, there are some apps that need updated. (all apps are updated on date of image creation)
There were also some apps that are installed, but the marketplace didn't pick them up as such.
- To "reconnect" the app for available updates... just redownload/install the program.

The Partitions are still stock: (prevents format after every firmware update)

I have determined that it is the partition size changes that cause a format with every firmware update.
So I have decided to leave them stock.
Instead I have installed all of the programs and some more since the last image.
I then went in to each one and had the system "move" the data to the internal SD card data side where possible.
This freed up enough space to all all the programs to be installed and still some room left over.
I think this will be a better solution in the long run.

On this image you will also find the following:

Additional Programs:

Utility
AdFree (ROOT)
Advanced Task Killer Free
ADW.Launcher (w/ settings modified 8))
AnyCut
App 2 SD Free
Busybox (ROOT)
Better Keyboard 7
Button Savior
Dev Tools
Easy Installer
Root Explorer (ROOT)
Spare Parts
Superuser (ROOT)
Sysinfo
SystemPanel - FULL
Titanium Backup (ROOT)
Voice Search
WiFi Analyzer

Live Wallpapers
aniPet Koi
Aquarium Free
Droid-Skater Live-Wallpaper
Duck Hunt Live Wallpaper
Fireworks
Galactic Core Free
Galaxy
Grass
Ionic Live Wallpaper
Logcat Live Wallpaper
Magic Circle
Magic Net
Magic Smoke
Many
Maps
Nexus
Polar clock
Shake Them All!
Spectrum
Thunderstorm Free
VU Meter
Water
Waveform
Winter Flock

Apps
Adobe Reader
Adobe Flash 10.2
Aldiko
Amazon App Store
Amazon Kindle
Android Marketplace
Calculator
Camera
Clock
Documents to Go - FULL
Dolphin Browser HD + License
- all the plugins
Dropbox
Epocrates
ES File Explorer
Facebook
FlightView Free
Fring
GOContacts
Google Calendar
Google Contacts
Google Latitude
Google Mail
Google Maps
Google Places
Google Talk
Google Voice
Skype
Skype (BETA)
StopWatch & Timer
Tango
Tapatalk Pro
The Weather Channel
Twitter
Voice Recorder

Games
Angry Birds
Angry Birds Rio
Angry Birds Seasons
Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader
Asphalt 5
Bonsai Blast
Bubble Bash
Bubble Blast 2
Bubble Buster
Deal or No Deal
Gem Miner: Dig Deeper - FULL
GoldMiner
Guns'n'Glory FREE
Heavy Gunner (Game Files Downloaded)
Jewels
Kids Paint
Monopoly Here & Now
Pinball
Robo Defense FREE
Paper Toss
Pool Break Pro
SliceIt
Super K.O. Boxing 2 (Game Files Downloaded)
Tank Hero
The Game of Life
The Settlers
Tiki Towers
UNO
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire
WordSearch
X Construct
Zumas Revenge

Multimedia
Astro Player Nova
AudioManager Console
Grooveshark
Pandora
RadioTime
RockPlayer FULL
Scanner Radio (police/ems radio streaming)
Slacker Radio
Shazam
TuneIn Radio
YouTube
YXplayer

Benchmark Software
Softweg
GLBenchmark v2.0.3
Linpack for Android
NenaMark v1.4
Quadrant Advanced

Configured Home Screen


ADW.Launcer
Home Screen
- 6x6 Grid
- Google Search
- YouTube Search
- Twitter
- Facebook
- Power Bar
- RockPlayer
- Astro Player
- Aldiko
- Email
- Adobe Reader
- Wifi Analyzer
- Advanced Task Killer
- Angry Birds Rio
- Dungeon Defenders
- Gem Miner: Dig Deeper
5 Button DropBar
- Dolphin HD
- ES File Explorer
- App Drawer
- Market
- System
App Drawer
- 8x5 Grid

Suggested Additional Programs to Download
Angry Birds Seasons

 

Imaging
There are many ways to apply an image file to a MicroSD memory card.
Below was my process. (provided as reference if needed)

**NEW INSTRUCTIONS** (No UBCD/Reboot Needed) - (Thanks javaman1966 and MikWik)

THIS WILL FORMAT/WIPE YOUR CARD AND DATA

Download: LockDismount0300.zip - 23.24kb
Lock and Dismount
Link: MID816.com - LockDismount0300.zip

Download: DiskImage_1_6_WinAll_Setup.exe
Roadkil's Disk Image 1.6
Link: MID816.com - DiskImage_1_6_WinAll_Setup.exe

Download: KNOPPIX_V6.4.3CD-2010-12-20-EN.iso - 700mb
Knoppix "Live" Boot CD v6.4.3
ftp://ftp.kernel.org...10-12-20-EN.iso

REQUIREMENTS:
All of the above software (Knoppix is Optional)
External USB Card Reader for MicroSD
Physical Tablet Device

SUGGESTIONS:
Backup any data you wish to keep before you begin

INSTRUCTIONS:

Remove the Internal MicroSD Card

To CREATE/RESTORE a Custom Image and Adjust Partition Sizes
1) Unzip LockDismount.exe
2) Install DiskImage - (optional at this time to Create Knoppix Boot CD)
3) Run LockDismount.exe (leave open) - **REQUIRED**
- Select the Appropriate USB Mass Storage Device
a) Check Force Dismount
B) Lock It!
4) Run Roadkil's DiskImage 1.6
- Select the Appropriate Physical Disk
a) Create a backup (store image) image of your existing MicroSD card
- OPTIONAL
i) Write the custom image (write image) to the MicroSD card
5) Run LockDismount.exe
a) Unlock
6) Bootup Knoppix "Live" CD (OPTIONAL)
a) Open GParted under Control Settings
B) adjust the 4 system partitions as you see fit
1) System (OS)
2) Apps (Internal app storage)
3) Cache (Temporary files)
4) Data (Personal/Public storage/access space)

Reinstall the Internal MicroSD Card
Boot your device.


**OLD INSTRUCTIONS**
The basics are:

1) Boot using Ultimate Boot CD for Windows
2) Remove MicroSD Card from the Tablet
3) Connect the MicroSD Card to the PC with a USB Adapter
4) Run Roadkills DiskImage v1.6
5) Create a backup (stored) image of the entire existing physical disk (for your safety net)
6) Write my image file to the included or replacement MicroSD card.
7) Reinstall the MicroSD in the tablet.
8) BOOT as normal


If you are "writing" the image to a larger MicroSD card, you can use Knoppix (Bootable) and GParted to adjust/increase the 4 seperate partition sizes.
- make sure you do not "mount" the drive as this locks the partitions and you simply need to unmount before you can modify it.

 

UBCD is booted on your desktop/laptop/home pc, not the tablet.

I can also share a created ISO... so you don't have to download the program and make one yourself.
Link: MID816.com - UBCD4Win_ReadyToGo.iso - 1.13GB
Just take that file and burn it with any imaging software to make your bootable disc.

Ultimate Boot CD 4 Windows can be found HERE:
Link: MID816.com - UBCD4WinV360_BuildYourOwn.exe - 260mb
1) Create a "standard" bootable CD using the software
2) Boot your system from the CD Drive w/ the disc in place
3) Browse to the Disk and Imaging Utilities in the Start-->Programs
4) Open the imaging software

You can then backup your existing "physical disk" and then write my replacement one.
 

Knoppix is a CD/DVD Bootable Linux operating system.
You can use GParted to modify the "linux" partitions on the MicroSD Card.

www.knopper.net/knoppix/index-en.html
Link: MID816.com - KNOPPIX_V6.2CD-2009-11-18-EN.iso - 680mb

 

Old Images

04-12-2011
MID816.com - 2011-04-12-MID816-Gingerbread-2.3.1-TassCustom-ROOT.rar
- Incomplete Market
- Titanium Backup needs Busybox
- Missing Shazam, Angry Birds Season, and Google Voice

04-15-2011
MID816.com - 2011-04-15-MID816-Gingerbread-2.3.1-TassCustom-ROOT.rar
- Missing Contacts
- Unable to sync Calendar and Contacts
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FIX - Google Contact and Calendar Sync - Also add GOContacts Program

I had Googled for that apk (GoogleContactsSyncApater.apk) as well but the first one that I had found didn't work for me, but I did finally got it to work by using the GoogleContactsSyncApater.apk from my own Droid Phone believe it or not. Now all my contacts and calendar events are sync'd and both of these options show up in the Accounts Settings as well. As for the Contacts App being missing from 2.3.1, I just downloaded GoContacts (which is free) from the Market and that now gives me a Contacts App that works perfectly. And besides, I didn't want to keep searching for another viable option right now.

I have attached both Contacts and Calendar Adapter APKs to this post as well as the GoContacts App in case anyone would like to give them a try. They are all in the attached zip file.

Link: MID816.com - Google Contacts & Calendar Sync - IsmaelPR1-FilesForSync.zip

Download the file and extract the files.
Then just push them to the device using ADB.
To make it easier I have included my simple APK installer script.
So.. After extracting the files and connecting your tablet via USB
Just run: !APK Auto Install Script.bat
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04-19-2011
Current Version See Above

 

**Please Note**
I take no official responsiblity for this image, stability, or how it is used.
USE AT YOUR OWN RISK
- I have found these images to be extremely helpful during the testing of various programs.
- Some programs have crashed my system and it wouldn't boot, but I was able to "rebuild" the system :}

I will be happy to answer any questions and provide whatever assistance I can.

Enjoy
Tasselhof

Edited by MrTasselhof, 03 May 2011 - 10:15 AM.

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Onda V812 - 8" IPS 4:3 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - 1024x768 - w/ Quad Core CPU & 2GB RAM
Window N90 Dual Core II - 9.7" IPS 4:3 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - w/ Bluetooth - 1024x768
Ainol Novo 7 Aurora - 7" IPS 16:9 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - 1024x600
HP TouchPad - 9.7" Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - WebOS & Android - Dual-Boot (Use WebOS side)
Samsung Epic 4G Touch (Galaxy SII) - Running Blazer ROM

**Additional Recommended Tablets**
Gemei G9T Dual Core - 9.7" IPS 4:3 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - 1024x768
Gemei G9 - 9.7" IPS 4:3 Capacitive 10-Point Multi-Touch - 1024x768
Window N70 - 7" IPS 16:9 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - w/ WCDMA & Bluetooth - 1024x600
Chuwi V99 - 9.7" RETINA IPS 4:3 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - w/ Bluetooth - 2048x1536 (Needs Firmware Updating and Stability)

**Other Tablets Owned**
MID V7 - 7" 16:9 Resistive Single Touch
M701R - 7" 16:9 Resistive 2-Point Multi-Touch
C8 - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 2-Point Multi-Touch
C9 - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 2-Point Multi-Touch
Ramos W6HD - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 2-Point Multi-Touch - 1024x600
M6 - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch
Wopad i7 - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch
Ainol Novo 7 Advanced - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch
Ainol Novo 7 Advanced II - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch
MID V8 - 8" 4:3 Resistive Single Touch
MID816 - 8" 4:3 Resistive Single Touch
MID816R2 - 8" 4:3 Capacitive 2-Point Multi-Touch
T9 - 8" 4:3 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch
Wopad i8 - 8" 4:3 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - 1024x768
Teclast P85 - 8" 4:3 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - 1024x768
Teclast A15 - 9" IPS 16:9 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - 1280x800
FlyTouch 3 - 10.1" 16:9 Resistive Single Touch

#2 MaMMiTs

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Posted 08 April 2011 - 01:32 PM

Thanks TechToys for the work and Tass for the notification. I just finished doing a clean install of Gingerbread 2.3.1 on my MID816 and it's up and running however I can't seem to connect to my WiFi network =(. It's able to detect other neighborhood networks, but not mine. The only thing I can think of is that my WiFi is setup with an Apple Airport base station; could that be the reason?

Tass, can't wait to see your custom image of this ROM =).

And just for clarity, could someone tell me what the major differences between 2.3 Gingerbread and 2.2 Froyo? Aside from the obvious (2.3 Gingerbread is newer than 2.2 Froyo) is there really that big of a difference between the two? Last year when I was looking at tablets it was all about 2.2 Froyo over 2.1 Eclair mainly because Froyo supported Adobe Flash. Since happily purchasing an MID816 I haven't really kept up with Andriod OS news and a quick summary would be greatly appreciated if one has the time.

3.0 Honeycomb on an MID816 would be sweet, but from what little info I've read on the subject it's a completely different OS platform that's too hard to program for right now. Too many unknown variables but hopefully one day...=).

#3 MrTasselhof

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Posted 08 April 2011 - 02:07 PM

And just for clarity, could someone tell me what the major differences between 2.3 Gingerbread and 2.2 Froyo? Aside from the obvious (2.3 Gingerbread is newer than 2.2 Froyo) is there really that big of a difference between the two? Last year when I was looking at tablets it was all about 2.2 Froyo over 2.1 Eclair mainly because Froyo supported Adobe Flash. Since happily purchasing an MID816 I haven't really kept up with Andriod OS news and a quick summary would be greatly appreciated if one has the time.


In regards to the wireless question... try turning off and then turning on the wireless on the tablet. Otherwise you may need to check your security setting and try simple WPA.

As to the difference for 2.3... from what i have ready... it is primarily more geared/optimized for gaming. Better framerates etc...

Before I can really do the custom image I need to get the tablet recognized by my PC so I can use ADB.

Also I am primarily continuing the 2.3 conversation at this time on the Gingerbread thread.
Gingerbread for A816

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Onda V812 - 8" IPS 4:3 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - 1024x768 - w/ Quad Core CPU & 2GB RAM
Chuwi V99 - 9.7" RETINA IPS 4:3 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - w/ Bluetooth - 2048x1536 (Needs Firmware Updating and Stability)

**Current Favorite Tablets & Devices**
Onda V812 - 8" IPS 4:3 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - 1024x768 - w/ Quad Core CPU & 2GB RAM
Window N90 Dual Core II - 9.7" IPS 4:3 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - w/ Bluetooth - 1024x768
Ainol Novo 7 Aurora - 7" IPS 16:9 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - 1024x600
HP TouchPad - 9.7" Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - WebOS & Android - Dual-Boot (Use WebOS side)
Samsung Epic 4G Touch (Galaxy SII) - Running Blazer ROM

**Additional Recommended Tablets**
Gemei G9T Dual Core - 9.7" IPS 4:3 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - 1024x768
Gemei G9 - 9.7" IPS 4:3 Capacitive 10-Point Multi-Touch - 1024x768
Window N70 - 7" IPS 16:9 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - w/ WCDMA & Bluetooth - 1024x600
Chuwi V99 - 9.7" RETINA IPS 4:3 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - w/ Bluetooth - 2048x1536 (Needs Firmware Updating and Stability)

**Other Tablets Owned**
MID V7 - 7" 16:9 Resistive Single Touch
M701R - 7" 16:9 Resistive 2-Point Multi-Touch
C8 - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 2-Point Multi-Touch
C9 - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 2-Point Multi-Touch
Ramos W6HD - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 2-Point Multi-Touch - 1024x600
M6 - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch
Wopad i7 - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch
Ainol Novo 7 Advanced - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch
Ainol Novo 7 Advanced II - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch
MID V8 - 8" 4:3 Resistive Single Touch
MID816 - 8" 4:3 Resistive Single Touch
MID816R2 - 8" 4:3 Capacitive 2-Point Multi-Touch
T9 - 8" 4:3 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch
Wopad i8 - 8" 4:3 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - 1024x768
Teclast P85 - 8" 4:3 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - 1024x768
Teclast A15 - 9" IPS 16:9 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - 1280x800
FlyTouch 3 - 10.1" 16:9 Resistive Single Touch

#4 snake65

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Posted 08 April 2011 - 09:12 PM

Tass have you tryed super one click ,that is what i have used as it was metioned early in the tablets life cycle.
Cheers
john Attached File  SuperOneClickv1.7-ShortFuse.zip   1.58MB   51 downloads

Sorry posted in the wrong section if mod wishes to delete please do,

Edited by snake65, 08 April 2011 - 09:19 PM.


#5 MrTasselhof

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Posted 08 April 2011 - 09:23 PM

Tass have you tryed super one click ,that is what i have used as it was metioned early in the tablets life cycle.
Cheers
john Attached File  SuperOneClickv1.7-ShortFuse.zip   1.58MB   51 downloads

Sorry posted in the wrong section if mod wishes to delete please do,


Which method did you use?

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**Latest Tablets**
Onda V812 - 8" IPS 4:3 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - 1024x768 - w/ Quad Core CPU & 2GB RAM
Chuwi V99 - 9.7" RETINA IPS 4:3 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - w/ Bluetooth - 2048x1536 (Needs Firmware Updating and Stability)

**Current Favorite Tablets & Devices**
Onda V812 - 8" IPS 4:3 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - 1024x768 - w/ Quad Core CPU & 2GB RAM
Window N90 Dual Core II - 9.7" IPS 4:3 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - w/ Bluetooth - 1024x768
Ainol Novo 7 Aurora - 7" IPS 16:9 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - 1024x600
HP TouchPad - 9.7" Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - WebOS & Android - Dual-Boot (Use WebOS side)
Samsung Epic 4G Touch (Galaxy SII) - Running Blazer ROM

**Additional Recommended Tablets**
Gemei G9T Dual Core - 9.7" IPS 4:3 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - 1024x768
Gemei G9 - 9.7" IPS 4:3 Capacitive 10-Point Multi-Touch - 1024x768
Window N70 - 7" IPS 16:9 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - w/ WCDMA & Bluetooth - 1024x600
Chuwi V99 - 9.7" RETINA IPS 4:3 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - w/ Bluetooth - 2048x1536 (Needs Firmware Updating and Stability)

**Other Tablets Owned**
MID V7 - 7" 16:9 Resistive Single Touch
M701R - 7" 16:9 Resistive 2-Point Multi-Touch
C8 - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 2-Point Multi-Touch
C9 - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 2-Point Multi-Touch
Ramos W6HD - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 2-Point Multi-Touch - 1024x600
M6 - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch
Wopad i7 - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch
Ainol Novo 7 Advanced - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch
Ainol Novo 7 Advanced II - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch
MID V8 - 8" 4:3 Resistive Single Touch
MID816 - 8" 4:3 Resistive Single Touch
MID816R2 - 8" 4:3 Capacitive 2-Point Multi-Touch
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Posted 08 April 2011 - 09:39 PM

I think i just plugged it in via the otg thingy (very technical iam)and pushed the root button and it worked for me on your last images,
Iam trying to get this new gingerbread working but when burning the image i get a sector error at the end.iam now trying with original card it came with and if it works ill try super one click.
Cheers
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My image was already rooted :}

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Posted 08 April 2011 - 09:51 PM

Maybe im not using your latest image.Oh thats right i done the firmware upgrade and chose to leave all, then it needs rerooting.
I hope that makes sense. when i read it through i get a bit confused myself but the good thing is i know what im taliking about and thats the main thing.
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Posted 08 April 2011 - 10:55 PM

Tass,

Did you ever make your custom image for gingerbread 2.3.1 that you mention here?
http://www.slatedroi...-system-images/

I saw you mentioned "later tonight" but the post was not updated. I'm guessing, if I want to use your image, I need to not use the gingerbread 2.3.1 one there and wait a bit or I will have to open the mid816 again?

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Posted 08 April 2011 - 11:06 PM

Tass,

Did you ever make your custom image for gingerbread 2.3.1 that you mention here?
http://www.slatedroi...-system-images/

I saw you mentioned "later tonight" but the post was not updated. I'm guessing, if I want to use your image, I need to not use the gingerbread 2.3.1 one there and wait a bit or I will have to open the mid816 again?


Going to be a bit more of a delay on that...
You can track the progress on the Gingerbread 2.3.1 thread under firmware development

Trying to get ROOT access to work.. then I need to redo the image because right now it has my Google account and I haven't found a way to remove it.

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Posted 09 April 2011 - 11:01 AM

I installed the gingerbread .img here and it works, but you can't use google services with it. When you try to sign in the first time, it says:

"Can't establish a reliable data connection to the server.
This could be a temporary problem or your SIM card may not be provisioned
for data services. If it continues, call Customer Care."

I tried this on two wireless networks I could otherwise browse the web on, etc.

It's sort of useless without google services:(

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Posted 09 April 2011 - 01:09 PM

Also, usb connection now detects as a "samsung" for which I have no driver, post gingerbread.

Tass, you says it is rooted, which it seems to be, sort of, as I can adb shell and su, but I cannot push anything to it, even when i remount it as r/w.

Edited by Roy G Biv, 09 April 2011 - 01:09 PM.


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Posted 09 April 2011 - 01:26 PM

Also, usb connection now detects as a "samsung" for which I have no driver, post gingerbread.

Tass, you says it is rooted, which it seems to be, sort of, as I can adb shell and su, but I cannot push anything to it, even when i remount it as r/w.


No I said my next task is finding a way to ROOT it... currently the three methods I have tried all failed.
I posted a .INF file which worked for me to get the device recognized.

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Posted 09 April 2011 - 01:51 PM

No I said my next task is finding a way to ROOT it... currently the three methods I have tried all failed.
I posted a .INF file which worked for me to get the device recognized.

Tasselhof


Ok.

Can you please help me with the google auth problem? I can't use ANY apps on it that require google account login.

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Posted 09 April 2011 - 01:53 PM

Ok.

Can you please help me with the google auth problem? I can't use ANY apps on it that require google account login.


Have you cleared data and cache on both the Market App and Google Services Framework?

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MID V7 - 7" 16:9 Resistive Single Touch
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Ramos W6HD - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 2-Point Multi-Touch - 1024x600
M6 - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch
Wopad i7 - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch
Ainol Novo 7 Advanced - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch
Ainol Novo 7 Advanced II - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch
MID V8 - 8" 4:3 Resistive Single Touch
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Posted 10 April 2011 - 08:10 PM

No I said my next task is finding a way to ROOT it... currently the three methods I have tried all failed.
I posted a .INF file which worked for me to get the device recognized.

Tasselhof



I have a problem I isntalle 2.3.1, but videos are not playing, not avi, or anything, do you know what it could be???

thx man

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Posted 10 April 2011 - 08:18 PM

I have a problem I isntalle 2.3.1, but videos are not playing, not avi, or anything, do you know what it could be???

thx man


Have you installed Rockplayer?

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MID V7 - 7" 16:9 Resistive Single Touch
M701R - 7" 16:9 Resistive 2-Point Multi-Touch
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Ramos W6HD - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 2-Point Multi-Touch - 1024x600
M6 - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch
Wopad i7 - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch
Ainol Novo 7 Advanced - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch
Ainol Novo 7 Advanced II - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch
MID V8 - 8" 4:3 Resistive Single Touch
MID816 - 8" 4:3 Resistive Single Touch
MID816R2 - 8" 4:3 Capacitive 2-Point Multi-Touch
T9 - 8" 4:3 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch
Wopad i8 - 8" 4:3 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - 1024x768
Teclast P85 - 8" 4:3 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - 1024x768
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Posted 10 April 2011 - 08:19 PM

1 question: is it normal that i have a lot less apps in the market, i miss for ex facebook, twitter, youtube, ....


As I have said in a couple other posts... this fingerprint is very "Chinese Tablet" in the fact that it is a very limited market.
That is one reason it is important for us to get ROOT access, so we can change the value and get more apps.

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Edited by MrTasselhof, 10 April 2011 - 08:19 PM.

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Gemei G9T Dual Core - 9.7" IPS 4:3 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - 1024x768
Gemei G9 - 9.7" IPS 4:3 Capacitive 10-Point Multi-Touch - 1024x768
Window N70 - 7" IPS 16:9 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - w/ WCDMA & Bluetooth - 1024x600
Chuwi V99 - 9.7" RETINA IPS 4:3 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - w/ Bluetooth - 2048x1536 (Needs Firmware Updating and Stability)

**Other Tablets Owned**
MID V7 - 7" 16:9 Resistive Single Touch
M701R - 7" 16:9 Resistive 2-Point Multi-Touch
C8 - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 2-Point Multi-Touch
C9 - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 2-Point Multi-Touch
Ramos W6HD - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 2-Point Multi-Touch - 1024x600
M6 - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch
Wopad i7 - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch
Ainol Novo 7 Advanced - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch
Ainol Novo 7 Advanced II - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch
MID V8 - 8" 4:3 Resistive Single Touch
MID816 - 8" 4:3 Resistive Single Touch
MID816R2 - 8" 4:3 Capacitive 2-Point Multi-Touch
T9 - 8" 4:3 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch
Wopad i8 - 8" 4:3 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - 1024x768
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Posted 10 April 2011 - 08:32 PM

Have you installed Rockplayer?

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Thx my man rockplayer fixed it.

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Posted 10 April 2011 - 08:53 PM

Have you installed Rockplayer?

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Ive been testing ths tablet a LOT with android 2.3 (your version)

and unfurtunely i found a problem, and is that is not working with an HDMI connected to the TV,

With 2.2 worked fine but not with 2.3.
When i connected and i press an option on tablet, "The tablet freezes"

Version 2.3 is really good, but HDMI is very important and that is a mayor flaw.

Any way to fix it my friends???

Edited by shirux, 10 April 2011 - 08:55 PM.


#20 MrTasselhof

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Posted 10 April 2011 - 09:50 PM

First off:
It is not "my" image.
It was an image ripped off of a tablet by techtoys2go.com from an existing recently sold version
It is probably a very early and initial release... hopefully there will be specific firmware updates... but at this time it is unknown.
- I am still trying to make my own "custom" image from it... currently I have gotten as far as settings and apps...
- before I release mine I want ROOT access so I can make a DPI change and FULL Market change.

Now on to the rest of it: (I have just tested and verified)
1) Video plays great with Rockplayer
2) HDMI out works great also
- I didn't have any freezing issues
- Everything that was on the screen showed on the TV just fine
- Only issue I could say is that the audio out is dependent on the device volume... which wouldn't be an issue except it also comes out of the speaker at the same time.

So for the HDMI... I can only suggest going in to the Display settings...
Unlike Froyo 2.2... there are a LOT of variations and options for the HDMI
IE: Under Settings --> Display settings - (NOTE: I am in the US with a 720P 60Hz Samsung LCD TV)
TV Mode - (All three worked for me)
- HDMI(YCbCr) - (What I am using)
- HDMI(RBG)
- DVI
TV Resolution
- 1080P_60
- 1080P_50
- 1080P_30
- 1080I_60
- 1080I_50
- 720P_60 - (What I am using)
- 720P_50 - Also tested and worked
- 576P_50_16_9
- 576P_50_4_3
- 480P_60_16_9
- 480P_60_4_3
TV HDCP
- Disable - (What I am using)
- Enable - Did NOT work on my TV

Hope that helps clarify,

Tasselhof

Edited by MrTasselhof, 12 April 2011 - 09:42 PM.

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