So I have been diligently working on this script and testing it to make sure it works how I plan.
This is sort of a combined script based off of the work of myself, Ivanz, & Almaz's script from the Aurora forums.
I call this a "Superscript" because it is essentially an all-in-one solution which allows you to pick and choose what you want to do.
Download Link: AndroidTabletFirmware.com - Tasselhof - STOCK - Root, Market, Build.Prop, & Tweaks Script - AllWinner A10.rar
- If you get a file that just says "Tasselhof"... rename it to "Tasselhof.rar".
Alternate Link: Mediafire.com - Tasselhof - Root, Market, Build.Prop, & Tweaks Script - AllWinner A10.rar
It has also been suggested that using a download assistant type program can prevent corruption/timeout issues with AndroidTabletFirmware.com:
Here is a basic on as a suggestion/try: Download.com - Internet Download Manager
This script was created and tested based on the Gemei G9 Stock firmware 4.0.3 v4.10 dated 2012-03-23.
It should work on the other firmwares without issue.
AS ALWAYS - PROCEED AT YOUR OWN RISK
Here is the script Menu when you run it:
- Settings -) Applications -) Development -) USB debugging (green checkmark)
1. Check Tablet Connection
2. ROOT - Gemei G9 - Using Transformer ROOT Script
3. Install Google Play (Android Market), GAPPS, and Sync
4. Replace the Build.Prop to enable additional apps in market
***** ADDITIONAL OPTIONS *****
5. Install System Tweaks and Files
***** DISABLE/ENABLE SYSTEM SERVICES *****
6. Disable Services to Increase Battery Life
- Such as: Phone, 3G, Bluetooth, Provision, VPN
7. Re-Enable All Services
8. Enable Only 3G Services
9. Enable Only VPN Services
10. Quit and Reboot Tablet (Preferred)
Choose Option (1 thru 10):
Here are what the options will do:
2.) Runs the Transformer ICS ROOT script which has been confirmed to work with the MOMO11 bird firmware (this will reboot the tablet a couple times)
3.) Install the Google Play Market and missing /System/app "GAPPS"
4.) Replaces the existing Build.Prop with a modified and tweaked one that contains a Market Key based off of the Samsung Galaxy SII (should open up more app compatibility)
5.) Installs various system tweaks and settings (purely optional to run)
6.) Disables the Phone and VPN services to attempt to increase battery life
7.) Enables the services disabled in number 6
8.) Selectively enables only the phone/3G aspects
9.) Selectively re-enables the VPN aspects
10.) This will close the command prompt window and reboot the tablet, which I advise you do if you ran options 3, 4, and 5
Here are my detailed instructions for what to do after flashing the firmware to your device to get it to a "normal" English state:
2.) Boot the tablet and connect it to USB.
3.) Click the Blue Square button (to cancel the tutorial)
4.) Change the language to English
b.) Click on the Settings Icon below the popped up time (three lines with sliders)
c.) Click on the Settings Icon at the bottom of the popped up list (same icon)
d.) Scroll down the Left Hand side and click on the icon with an A
e.) Click the first field on the right hand side
f.) Select your preferred language (for me it would be English (United States)
b.) Click on English (US) - Android keyboard
b.) Uncheck Automatic Time Zone
c.) Click on Select time zone and set it to yours
d.) Verify the time is correct and change it if needed.
b.) Turn on Wi-Fi with the toggle switch
c.) Connect to your Wireless Network
Now we use the script!
2.) Ensure your tablet is connected by USB to the top MicroUSB port (near headphone jack)
3.) Double click on: !RUN-ME-Tasselhof-Root-Market-Tweaks.bat
4.) Use Option 1 (verify the tablet connection)
5.) Use Option 2 (ROOT the tablet, will reboot twice)
6.) Use Option 3 (Install Market and GAPPS)
7.) Use Option 4 (Update Build.Prop)
8.) Use Option 5 (Install Tweaks and Files)
9.) Use Option 6 (Disable unused services)
10.) Use Option 10 (Close and Reboot the Tablet)
You are now all done and should have a relatively blank slate to start from.
You will be prompted to configure your Google account when you open the Android Market.
This post has been edited by MrTasselhof: 11 April 2012 - 10:25 AM