hello mateI had the same problem.
I solved it by putting the img-11, img-12 and img-13 files (renamed files trom the official stock rom)in the NVFlash folder.
I had to overwrite the img-11 filw, the other files didn't already exist in the nvflash-folder, so i think the lack of these files was the problem.
After that, the problem was solved.
Thanks for your reply. Yes, I've tried this but VOL- only takes me back into APX mode again, as per the instructions on p1. VOL+ brings me to the Hannspree logo but no further. I've also tried both VOL- and VOL+ together but this doesn't work, so I cannot reach Recovery Mode and get to 'Recovery Key Detected'. I've even tried uninstalling the USB driver and starting again but the result is the same.You have tried VOL- instead of VOL+ ?
Many thanks for your advice, which has overcome the problem. I now have my device back to stock. The next task is to get ICS installed. I checked Chiefwhosm's post on this (below) but I have a problem with point 2. My RunMe.bat file offers only four options, namely Backup, Restore, Install CWM and Destroy. Where is the Install ICS partitions option?I advise you to go into APX mode again and proceed a full nvflash of stock (or TeamDRH nvflash, you can find it here: http://www.slatedroid.com/topic/57226-rom-101-beta-dirty-bean-42x-team-drh-update-130613-kernel-3110/ )
Thanks for your time, it's now updated to 4.2.2 and seems to be working fine. Having said that, it is pretty slow and screen resolution is relatively poor, too, but then I guess that's all down to the ancient hardware!Do not follow this tutorial, but instead the one in the link i gave you.