sas_sas, on 24 June 2012 - 09:23 AM, said:
My Tablet can not initiate charging any more after I discharged fully.
Even if it remained connected to charger hours and hours, when I turned on, I only see warning of battery empty. Tablet screen No more opening..
zippy628, on 08 July 2012 - 05:23 AM, said:
Thanks for the reply. I have pressed the hard buttons in many different combinations with no luck. The computer(s) doesn't see the tablet. Do you know what the right combination is to enable Livesute?
I've had my N83 for about a month. It worked fine for the first two weeks. Google Play never worked but everything else did. I never tried to plug it in to USB so I don't know if that problem always existed and pretty much out of nowhere it started getting stuck at the boot up screen. That's when I figured that maybe I had to reinstall the firmware and found that no computer sees this tablet via USB. Do you know of any other way to reinstall the firmware? SD card or thumb drive?
n10_bat_prob, on 27 July 2012 - 01:50 AM, said:
I have the same problem with Sanei N10 which I just bought a month ago. I discharged it fully, and it now does not boot even after prolonged charging - it just shows an empty battery warning sign. Wonder you got any solution to your problem.
Dear all, please share your suggestions if you know how to solve this issue - please help!
99% of the time the following solution will work if your tablet is stuck on boot:
You need to take the rear case off the tablet. It is just snapped in. If you can get a finger nail in around where the hdmi port is and loosen it all the way around.
You will see the battery is soldered to the main board. This needs to be totally disconnected and then resoldered back on. You may need to get someone who is competent with soldering to do this for you. After resoldering the battery wires your tablet should boot up again.
This post has been edited by invu2day: 27 July 2012 - 08:40 AM