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#1 Jackhasasammy

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Posted 27 November 2012 - 06:26 AM

Hey guys! so theres a few people asking (not just on here) how to do things like root, fix the battery and others. i have looked on Youtube and have found NO videos for the Pipo S1 at all except for unboxing's and such

i have made a few videos on the current subjects

ROOT

FIX THE BATTERY

HOW TO TURN IT INTO A NEXUS7 + MORE TO COME

i understand if me advertising my YouTube channel on here is wrong and if you wish to take it off please do, i just thought following a video is easier and less time consuming then writing it all out

"JackhasAnLG" is my YouTube name, i also have other videos on there as well, they might be of some help to you

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#2 sgdva

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Posted 16 December 2012 - 11:46 AM

I have seen your videos, a CWM on this tablet would be useful too.
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#3 Lectric Chuck

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Posted 03 January 2013 - 09:48 AM

Hey guys! so theres a few people asking (not just on here) how to do things like root, fix the battery and others. i have looked on Youtube and have found NO videos for the Pipo S1 at all except for unboxing's and such

i have made a few videos on the current subjects

ROOT

FIX THE BATTERY

HOW TO TURN IT INTO A NEXUS7 + MORE TO COME

i understand if me advertising my YouTube channel on here is wrong and if you wish to take it off please do, i just thought following a video is easier and less time consuming then writing it all out

"JackhasAnLG" is my YouTube name, i also have other videos on there as well, they might be of some help to you

- Jack


Thanks for the videos, Jack! I bought my S1 back in September and recently rooted it thanks to your videos. I worked up the confidence and on the third try, it worked. The only problem I see is using the external micro SD card in backups, etc. No apps see the card. What are the benefits of rooting if I can't control these apps?

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#4 mommafixit

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Posted 29 January 2013 - 11:58 AM

Thanks for videos. If I decide against cost of replacing, I'll know how to get the PIPO S1 opened and try to repair.

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Posted 05 February 2013 - 10:13 PM

Good day sir,

I'm 1st timer here and i was bought s1 last week. i just want to ask is what is the benifits of rooting tablets? i was confuse. please help me because i want to root also my pipo s1. good day and god bless all guys.

#6 sgdva

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Posted 08 February 2013 - 01:03 AM

Thanks for the videos, Jack! I bought my S1 back in September and recently rooted it thanks to your videos. I worked up the confidence and on the third try, it worked. The only problem I see is using the external micro SD card in backups, etc. No apps see the card. What are the benefits of rooting if I can't control these apps?

Chuck

There's a workaround to get the data of apps (which is usally the thing that gets the memory full) on the external SD. Search for DirectoryBlind on XDA, I Have 11gb of games on my external SD that way.
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#7 nwyoung

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Posted 08 February 2013 - 12:59 PM

There's a workaround to get the data of apps (which is usally the thing that gets the memory full) on the external SD. Search for DirectoryBlind on XDA, I Have 11gb of games on my external SD that way.

Great,I'll give this a try.
Thanks for the info.I have a Hero Tab C8 and could always transfer the apps to the external.

#8 sgdva

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Posted 08 February 2013 - 05:20 PM

Great,I'll give this a try.
Thanks for the info.I have a Hero Tab C8 and could always transfer the apps to the external.

No the apps don't get into the sd, the data is what gets there -usually takes like 500mb-4gb into games-.
I'm not sure if you can transfer between phones, I personally recomend to buy each phone/tablet it's respective SD.
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