We now this "wopad". Check here:
That Wopad link describes my question exactly. I can't tell from their answer if they say it's not a real Wopad because of the different firmware or missing logo.We now this "wopad". Check here:
Where did you buy it?That Wopad link describes my question exactly. I can't tell from their answer if they say it's not a real Wopad because of the different firmware or missing logo.
The firmware on mine is Android 2.3.1, Kernel version is 188.8.131.52, Build Number is rk29_gingerbread_v1.28 and the Firmware version is ([email protected])_([email protected])_V1.28.13_01_TL11
Can anyone with a "real" Wopad see if there firmware version matches? I guess I don't really care if mine is real or fake, I just need to know if it uses the same firmware.
Maybe I'll post this on the Wopad site also and see what they say.
I bought it from a place called euogo.com. Their service was great -- they shipped using DHL and I got it within about 6 days of ordering. The picture on their site shows logos on the back of the tablet but that's not what I got. Oh well.Where did you buy it?
That is interesting -- I was wondering what all of the numbers meant. Do you know if any of the numbers tell which digitizer or touch screen? If that's the same I think I should be OK with a firmware update.Mine original is:
[email protected])_([email protected])_V1.28.13_01_TL10
It's same as yours, but with US language. Yours have same inside(AR6302 SDIO wifi), mine fake have RTL8188 usb wifi.
(posted at wopadusa too)
How is it possible to extract the firmware? I contacted my supplier (DealExtreme) and they couldn't get me the firmware.If you haven't got the original firmware files, it's recommended to make a backup of the original before trying to flash anything. cat/dd the backup mtd partition and you can unpack it with some rockchip tools. But there is no firmware update for us, there are just promises.