CFW Rubberband V2.1.2 BETA

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  1. leeyuentuen

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    CFW Rubberband V2.1.2 BETA
    http://www.mediafire.com/?m50v180c8as3dpp (password: lyt.no-ip.org)

    Changelog:
    - Optimized utscript ==> more internal storage (+/- 1GB)
    - Swap SDCard with External SD Card
    - More System Rom storage (put all the moveable apps to SDCard

    Known issue
    - Camera record crash


    Antutu score 2775@1Ghz
     
  2. Guver

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    Hi,

    I installed this version to see if it fixed the issue. It not only did not fix it, but as soon as I ended the upgrade piece and booted the device, all the applications were crashing and claiming "No space".
    I went to storage and I noticed the External SD was now also as "unavailable".
    So as summary:
    External SD: Unavailable.
    Internal NAND: Unavailble.
    Internal Storage: 400 mb.
     
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    Then it should be the internal storage with problem, have you try other firmware? if still the same problem, the internal sd could be faulty..
     
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    I also tried OFW 1010 (Haipad). It goes to the upgrade screen and does it's job. But then it boots to the logo screen and that's it.
    I guess the thing is OFW 1010 doesn't have swap boot, so it tries to boot from NAND and fails...

    So probably NAND is dead. DAMN!
    I will have to send this back to the manufacturer in China...

    Is there a way to format the NAND for sure and for good?
     
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    I think you can go to buy a lottery, a NAND dead is very often that will happened xD
    because this tablet has an internal storage (a micro-sd card). There is not really a Nand Chip
     
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    Firmware is now public online..
     
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    Tuen there ARE variants of this pad that have 128MB NAND on the SOC.
    That NAND is used to store some of the uboot, why else should the utscript check.
     
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    hmm damm. I've remove the in utscript from rubberband xD

    @Guver maybe try a tsunami firmware?
     
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    My NAND is 128 mb. At least that is what is detected in the Booter.
    Are you saying rubberband won't work for this tablet then?
     
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    Then you have the same tablet as the mine.

    Just test other firmware to see if you have the same problem. then you can confirm if it is on the firmware related problem or hardware problem.
    try e.g.
    Tsunami v1.9.
    maybe the Official firmware?
    viewtopic.php?f=10&t=6
     
  11. Guver

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    Tsunami works like a charm, except for the issue I mentioned in the Tsunami Thread.
     
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