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I need this firmware for Chinese tablet

nuclear_ococci_eng_4.2.2 JDQ39 20130817 test-keys

model : ococci_mid 7" dual camera
android version : 4.2.2
build = nuclear_ococci_eng_4.2.2 JDQ39 20130817 test-keys

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Might as well add the Allwinner Dualcore-A23 to the mix. ProntoTec Axius Series 7 with Android 4.4.2 Firmware 4.4v2.0 Kernal 3.4.39 [email protected]#122 6/5/2014

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polaris_w001-eng 4.4.2 KVT49L2014530 test-keys

It's a capable little budget unit but a serious battery hog, even with Wi-Fi turned off. It helps with wifi off but it still gobbles power for the OS. Not enough sys apps running in nice mode I suspect.

I only paid $15 for it on ###### brand new for the 4gb version and then my wife decided she wanted one too that I paid $35 for but at least it had 6gb on board. I bought them almost exclusively for the purpose of being ereaders so I'm not too concerned but it would be nice to have a more power conserving ROM that integrates a Bluetooth driver. This one does have the USB host so a dongle is an option but I can tell getting a BT unit to run is going to be a challenge, at least on the surface of things. They were stupid to not include a generic BT driver in the kernal when most dev micro-board distro's like the Raspberry Pi have one easily integrated out of the box.

I'm not even sure I'm going to bother with it too much but the tinker in me wants to improve it.

They've come a long way since the 1st and 2nd gen Pandigitals which is where I began my foray into the world of ereader size tabs and haunted this board quite regularly. Even the cheapo units are pretty decent comparitively speaking.

I really need to solve the power consumption issue though, it's going to be a problem even for ereading because it sucks the life out of the power cell in about 1.5 hours without much activity at all.

It's good to be back at SlateDroid. These are exciting times with all the development micro boards available now so that we can actually build are own droid tabs quite cheaply with off the direct from China shelf parts and a bit of research and tinkering inside the Maker community revolution.

I'm glad to have SlateDroid to come back to and will try to contribute as much knowledge as I can in my up-coming builds. I've got all the parts I need to build my own Raspberry Pi (or possibly Arduino) based tablet build. The new 900mhz quad-core ARM Cortex A-7 platform from Raspberry Pi is quite promising.

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Please ....

I need firmware for this tablet

CPU Allwinner A10 chipset; Cortex A8; 1.5GHZ
LCD 8"TFT touch panel, 4:3, 800*600 screen resolution
Touch screen Multi-points capacitive touch
Storage Built-in 8GB nand flash
External memory TF card, maximum 32GB
Webcams 0.3 MP front camera; 2.0 MP back camera
Audio devices Built-in speaker, built-in microphone, 3.5mm earphone jack
3G Internet Support for external
2G/3G Phone call No
Wifi Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n
G-sensor 4 Way G-sensor rotate screen, support 3D games
Bluetooth No
Ethernet Support
Multimedia Image formats: JPG,BMP,PNG,GIF (max. 4096*4096 resolution)
Video formats: AVI, MP4, FLV, 3GP, MKV, WMV (2160p) etc
Game Built-in 3D Accelerator. Support 3D games
I/O 1 x Micro USB, 1 x DC In Jack, 1 x 3.5mm Earphone Jack , 1 x TF Card Slot, 1 x HDMI.
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