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[GUIDE] A1 and A1107 Unbrick fix/full factory restore

2012-08-23, 23:25 PM

Updated Sept 6, 2012"

This post is for discussion of the Knowledgebase article on restoring the A1/A1107 to their factory states. If you have questions about the process of following this guide, please post them here and someone will take a look and try to help out.

 

Please do not post feedback on the ICS ROM here, or problems you're having with the ICS ROM, as it is off-topic. If you wish to discuss these issues, please check the other forum threads, or start a new thread if your problem has not been discussed before."

 

- posted on behalf of gmarkall

 

Thanks everyone!

 

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Re: [GUIDE] A1 and A1107 Unbrick fix/full factory restore

2012-08-24, 1:18 AM

Hi Graham, I have space on my server and currently use almost no bandwidth, so I don't think I'd have any problems hosting downloads.

You can email me at XXXXXXXXXXX. US if you'd like me to help. I'm in the USA in the eastern time zone.

 

 

 

 

Edited to mask email address

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Re: [GUIDE] A1 and A1107 Unbrick fix/full factory restore

2012-08-24, 9:00 AM

Hi Beetle - thanks! sent you an email.

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Re: [GUIDE] A1 and A1107 Unbrick fix/full factory restore

2012-08-24, 13:22 PM
I have replied to your email with account info.
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Re: [GUIDE] A1 and A1107 Unbrick fix/full factory restore

2012-08-24, 21:57 PM

Hi gmarkall

 

I have been teacher for forty years and I am ashamed I never did (being paid) the half you are doing for free for people you dont know leaving anywhere in the world.

 

The thing I like the much in your post is "I decided to make this guide available early, so that you may familiarise yourself and prepare for when the links are available."

That's great because if the download has been immediately available everybody , myself first, so tired of a bricked device, would have tried without even read the entire post and then would have cried because it doesn't work.

 

Regardless the result of the process for my device, I want to thank you and, as I cannot reward you, I'll now spend a bit of my time to try to give solutions on the net to people in my subject (economics).

 

If the web is a good thing, it's too (mostly) for this

 

Greetings

 

jfa from Montpellier, France

 

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Re: [GUIDE] A1 and A1107 Unbrick fix/full factory restore

2012-08-24, 22:18 PM

Nice, thanks for the guide!

 

I'll be waiting for the links :D

 

I have a litlle cuestion... if i just want to update, i need a SD bootable ? or just update whit the part1,part2 and part3?

 

Sorry for my english. Greetings from México.

 

 

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Re: [GUIDE] A1 and A1107 Unbrick fix/full factory restore

2012-08-25, 8:29 AM

Seems I can't edit the original post now that people have replied to it! I'll ask a mod about editing the OP when I have all the links together. For now, I'll post replies containing the links as they become available. Here is the A1107 ICS 16GB link:

 

Link 1 (hosted by Beetle)

Link 2 (hosted by goo.im)

 

MD5 sum: e30cf516a00ffec7efbebeccf9ecefa8

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Re: [GUIDE] A1 and A1107 Unbrick fix/full factory restore

2012-08-25, 8:30 AM

wrote:

Nice, thanks for the guide!

 

I'll be waiting for the links :D

 

I have a litlle cuestion... if i just want to update, i need a SD bootable ? or just update whit the part1,part2 and part3?

 

Sorry for my english. Greetings from México.

 

 


You must use the bootable SD. Once you have flashed part1, your recovery will be the stock one, which will prevent you from flashing parts 2 and 3. 

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Re: [GUIDE] A1 and A1107 Unbrick fix/full factory restore

2012-08-25, 8:35 AM

The A1107 ICS 2GB image:

 

Link 1 (hosted by Beetle)

Link 2 (hosted by goo.im)

 

MD5: f69312ac2d0a4b2362e4f7bfe0619c9e

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Re: [GUIDE] A1 and A1107 Unbrick fix/full factory restore

2012-08-25, 8:42 AM

jfa wrote:

 

I have been teacher for forty years and I am ashamed I never did (being paid) the half you are doing for free for people you dont know leaving anywhere in the world.

 

The thing I like the much in your post is "I decided to make this guide available early, so that you may familiarise yourself and prepare for when the links are available."

That's great because if the download has been immediately available everybody , myself first, so tired of a bricked device, would have tried without even read the entire post and then would have cried because it doesn't work.

 

Regardless the result of the process for my device, I want to thank you and, as I cannot reward you, I'll now spend a bit of my time to try to give solutions on the net to people in my subject (economics).

 

 


Many thanks for your kind words - I really appreciate it! 

 

My intention wasn't really to force people to read the guide first, although I guess that is a handy side-effect of not having the links ready immediately :-)

 

Good luck with unbricking your tablet - I'll of course monitor this thread for questions/queries :-)

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