G'day ivanz: thanks for a nice review of the S2, which I enjoyed reading. For the info of developers, I found that you can get into ROM flash upgrade mode by holding the volume + (not the - ) rocker button down when you plug into the mini-USB slave port to connect to a PC. Secondly, whether you like the 4:3 aspect ratio of the screen or prefer 16:9 is simply a user preference depending on the intended use and not really subject to either criticism or praise. You pays your money and takes your choice. I wanted my S2 to run apps originally written for a PC and the 4:3 ratio was a positive selling point for me. There are plenty of other tablets on the market for movies using 16:9.Thanks for reading...
Could someone explain where ROM space is? Is it a partition on the internal SDCard aka Nand Flash? How do you find out in advance how much ROM space has been allocated?The limited ROM space is an annoyance and I'm running into error messages now at it's mostly full. Android seems to be stupid about that limit and displays a warning well before it's actually full. Most custom roms for other Chinese tablets change the ROM partition to 2gb
Could someone explain where ROM space is?
Can you reset it with the hole next to the hdmi port?Hello,
I have recent brought a Pipo S2, it was working fine for the 1st month. I even rooted it with no problem. However starting yesterday, the tablet would not be shutdown. When I press power off, the device would shutdown and then immediately restart afterwards. (it is not plugged into anything) Has anyone encountered this problem before? how could it be resolved? Right now it's draining battery all the time is a major issue. thanks.