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#1 MrTasselhof

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Posted 06 June 2012 - 10:42 AM

I just wanted to start a separate thread for any questions about the device.
I will attempt to answer any and all questions that are asked as I am one of the few that currently has this device in their hands. (or at least believe I will have it in a couple hours)

Thanks!

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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
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

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Posted 09 June 2012 - 04:38 PM

I just wanted to start a separate thread for any questions about the device.
I will attempt to answer any and all questions that are asked as I am one of the few that currently has this device in their hands. (or at least believe I will have it in a couple hours)

Thanks!

Tasselhof


Hi Mr T.,


Looking forward to your full review and video demonstration.

Right now I am looking for a 9.7" dual-core tablet and will decide between this, the Window N90 II

or the 97S sold at aliexpress. For my uses I would say that 95% of the time I will use it for browsing

webpages and Youtube videos.

So battery life is No. 1 and speed a close second.




Of course forum support is critical and having you involved will help that alot.

I look forward to your future comments. Thanks









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Posted 10 June 2012 - 07:06 AM

Hi Mr T.,


Looking forward to your full review and video demonstration.

Right now I am looking for a 9.7" dual-core tablet and will decide between this, the Window N90 II

or the 97S sold at aliexpress. For my uses I would say that 95% of the time I will use it for browsing

webpages and Youtube videos.

So battery life is No. 1 and speed a close second.




Of course forum support is critical and having you involved will help that alot.

I look forward to your future comments. Thanks


Either tablet G9T or N90II will get the job done for you.
The N90II does include built in bluetooth though.

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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
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

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Posted 11 June 2012 - 06:05 PM

Thanks for all of your work on these reviews. They are very useful.

I too am trying to decide between the Window n90 dual core, Gemei G9T, and the Ramos W22Pro. So a couple of questions, which one would you suggest? I am a teacher and need to have a strong wifi connection, will be running splashtop whiteboard (remote desktop app), and preferably a full size USB port for a keyboard, although I notice the Window n90 does have bluetooth built in, so no dongle required. Are there ROMS available to root them yet? And which has the longest battery life?

For regular "computing" performance, is there a difference between the Cortex A9 & Rockchip set?

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Posted 12 June 2012 - 12:36 PM

Thanks for all of your work on these reviews. They are very useful.

I too am trying to decide between the Window n90 dual core, Gemei G9T, and the Ramos W22Pro. So a couple of questions, which one would you suggest? I am a teacher and need to have a strong wifi connection, will be running splashtop whiteboard (remote desktop app), and preferably a full size USB port for a keyboard, although I notice the Window n90 does have bluetooth built in, so no dongle required. Are there ROMS available to root them yet? And which has the longest battery life?

For regular "computing" performance, is there a difference between the Cortex A9 & Rockchip set?


The Rockchip is currently beating the AmLogic in performance "benchmarks" by around 25%.
For you the Window N90 II is probably a good choice as you can use a bluetooth keyboard.
The N90II has a great battery life as well...

the biggest issues with the N90II are it is not being recognized by ADB currently which means We/I haven't been able to root or modify it.
currently there aren't any custom ROMS that I am aware of, but it was also just released and those things take time.

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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
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

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Posted 12 June 2012 - 09:27 PM

My Zenithink is rooted and I am trying to think besides Titanium Backup what other apps require root access. ES File Explorer only needs root access if I want to look at the tablet.

How long do you think it will be before you or someone gets the N90 rooted?

And a question about the Gemei, I have seen specs saying it is 10 pt & other 5 pt. Which is it? And is day to day use, is the 10 point a necessity?

Thanks

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Posted 13 June 2012 - 08:10 AM

My Zenithink is rooted and I am trying to think besides Titanium Backup what other apps require root access. ES File Explorer only needs root access if I want to look at the tablet.

How long do you think it will be before you or someone gets the N90 rooted?

And a question about the Gemei, I have seen specs saying it is 10 pt & other 5 pt. Which is it? And is day to day use, is the 10 point a necessity?

Thanks


My G9T is 5 Point with the current firmware.

And no.. there really isn't any day to day practical use for 10 point...

the only real use I could possibly see is if you are drawing or painting or some such, but even then.... that is some talented work.

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- Upfront Notes:
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- After 1 year the security deposit is non-refundable and you now own the mobile device.
- By using this referral link above it increases my data limit by 50mb (similar to the DropBox referrals)

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All Tablets have been Provided for Review by: Merimobiles.com - HUGE THANK YOU!
- All names below are linked to their respective product page

**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
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

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Posted 15 June 2012 - 07:52 AM

Hi,

I noticed AC3_DTS_patch on Gemei Support. How can I apply this patch??? it is a zip archive...

Thank you!!

Edited by skandy, 15 June 2012 - 07:53 AM.


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Posted 24 June 2012 - 05:35 AM

Hi Mr. T
I'm just reposting my question in this thread as this seems the right place to do so. In the current G9 model many of us have been facing boot issues because of the CPU and have been forced to underlock at 960mhz but even so some of us are still facing those problems.

have you faced any similar issues in the G9T model? from what I saw in your review it was locked on 1500MHZ with no problem, but my main concern and trouble is on boot up! Once the Tablet is running then it's stable. please let me know! Thanks

Edited by Fady Asha, 24 June 2012 - 05:51 AM.


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Posted 24 June 2012 - 06:41 AM

Hi Mr. T
I'm just reposting my question in this thread as this seems the right place to do so. In the current G9 model many of us have been facing boot issues because of the CPU and have been forced to underlock at 960mhz but even so some of us are still facing those problems.

have you faced any similar issues in the G9T model? from what I saw in your review it was locked on 1500MHZ with no problem, but my main concern and trouble is on boot up! Once the Tablet is running then it's stable. please let me know! Thanks


I haven't had any boot issues or underclocking needs.

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WANT 500MB of FREE Mobile MiFi Wireless HotSpot Internet access for your tablet every month?
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- Upfront Notes:
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- Security deposit is fully refundable within the first year.
- After 1 year the security deposit is non-refundable and you now own the mobile device.
- By using this referral link above it increases my data limit by 50mb (similar to the DropBox referrals)

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YouTube Tablet Reviews Channel: http://www.youtube.c...of?feature=mhum

All Tablets have been Provided for Review by: Merimobiles.com - HUGE THANK YOU!
- All names below are linked to their respective product page

**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
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

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Posted 24 June 2012 - 12:34 PM

I haven't had any boot issues or underclocking needs.

tasselhof


Thanks T.

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Posted 28 June 2012 - 09:07 AM

I have a Gemei G9T but there are some local apps (mostly internet banking apps) in Singapore that could not run on it. The error is java.lang.classnotfoundexception on source file:BaseDexClassLoader.java, source class: dalvik.system.baseDexclassloader.

I had no problem running the same apps on my yuandao N90 as well as Aoson M11. I was thinking whether i can flash the firmware on Ramos W22pro on my Gemei G9T since they used the same chips.

Any ideas ?

Regards

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Posted 29 June 2012 - 05:30 PM

Quick question about merimobiles...does the tablet come with a lot of bloat ware? And is it "out of the box" ready or should I be ready to do a lot of flashing?

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Posted 29 June 2012 - 10:40 PM

Just wondering what your thoughts are on the Ramos w22pro, if you have had a chance to look at it. I have narrowed it down to the gemei gt9 or Ramos w22pro. I like the window n90, but that power button on the back kills it for me.

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Posted 15 August 2012 - 03:30 AM

Has anyone managed to get the HDMI output to work on the G9? I've looked at all settings and nothing happens. Appreciate any assistance

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Posted 01 September 2012 - 11:51 AM

Hi everyone, I've received my Gemei g9t yesterday. tablet works great. But today when I tried to recharge the tablet I've notices it's charging process is very very slow. Almost 10 oercent for an hour.
Has anyone also noticed same kind of problem? I've changed the charging unit with Iphone's and there is no difference.
What should I do? Any advices?

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Posted 12 September 2012 - 08:25 AM

Hi everyone, I've received my Gemei g9t yesterday. tablet works great. But today when I tried to recharge the tablet I've notices it's charging process is very very slow. Almost 10 oercent for an hour.
Has anyone also noticed same kind of problem? I've changed the charging unit with Iphone's and there is no difference.
What should I do? Any advices?


Which firmware version are you on? Try updating to latest (August 22nd).

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Posted 15 September 2012 - 04:18 AM

Hi MrTasselhof & others,

I got a gemei G9T and after one day happy using the sdcard disaperard. It happened when I deleted a file with vlc (beta) but that might have been a coincidence.
After a request in China ;-) they pointed me here I guess implying the suggestion to flash the thing.

I have no I real idea, of how to do that, an on top of it I am an die hard Linux user and have no idea of Windows. But I have a windows partition lying around on my
PC in case I really deed to use it to install an SDK.

The tablet does boot up normaly, but does not mount any sdcard, neither inernally nor externaly. I tried to come into the BIOS with pressing Vol- at startup, but that did not do anything.

There is a staus report saying tahat it is looking for errors on the sdcard, but that goes on forever. Also, I cannot switch it of since it tries forever to unmount the card (I guess that is what it is doing).

I downloaded the GT9 4.0.4 ROM, but don not know how to proceed.
4.0.3 is reported to be installed with build ICS.g24_ref_40181.201220725
Help would greatly be appreciated,

scivaro

#19 Jason Matsoukas

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Posted 15 September 2012 - 04:37 AM

Hi MrTasselhof & others,

I got a gemei G9T and after one day happy using the sdcard disaperard. It happened when I deleted a file with vlc (beta) but that might have been a coincidence.
After a request in China ;-) they pointed me here I guess implying the suggestion to flash the thing.

I have no I real idea, of how to do that, an on top of it I am an die hard Linux user and have no idea of Windows. But I have a windows partition lying around on my
PC in case I really deed to use it to install an SDK.

The tablet does boot up normaly, but does not mount any sdcard, neither inernally nor externaly. I tried to come into the BIOS with pressing Vol- at startup, but that did not do anything.

There is a staus report saying tahat it is looking for errors on the sdcard, but that goes on forever. Also, I cannot switch it of since it tries forever to unmount the card (I guess that is what it is doing).

I downloaded the GT9 4.0.4 ROM, but don not know how to proceed.
4.0.3 is reported to be installed with build ICS.g24_ref_40181.201220725
Help would greatly be appreciated,

scivaro


I suggest booting into recovery (hold back button and tap power), then perform a data/factory reset and wipe media which formats the sdcard.

#20 Fandr0id

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Posted 15 September 2012 - 01:26 PM

Hi everyone,
I'd like to run Mr T.'s script but unfortunately my device is not recognized by my PCs. Neither XP nor 7 do.
Yes, I picked the port next to headphone port. USB debug is on. And I used PC's direct onboard USB port without hub or additional cord.

Can anyone please tell me how you made it happen to get your G9T's driver installed? Did you get the popup prompt as like on any other USB device?
Where can I find the driver?

My USB host port is not broken as I attached a thumbdrive.