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Thread: Diablotek D2pad Resources

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    Diablotek D2pad Resources

    Hello all, I can safely say this tablet is modifiable.

    First of all check your S/N on the back:
    D201208xxxxxx: You can first use cwr: D2Pad from Biglots, How to Backup and Install CW Recovery then flash cm9: CM9 D2Pad and gapps from that link.

    D201209xxxxxx: You can first flash cwr: D2Pad from Biglots, How to Backup and Install CW Recovery then flash either dRom: dRom or cm9+gapps: CM9 D2Pad and my compatability zip: CM_d209-compat.zip

    For network location on stock: Does Google Maps My Location Work on the Diablotek D2?

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    Last edited by rhg135; 11-13-2012 at 11:30 AM.
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    Try my dRom for D2pad D201209Bxxxxx: http://www.androidtablets.net/forum/...8524-drom.html

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    Hello.

    For the life of me I cant get recovery installed on my D2 pad. I couldn't get ADB to work correctly. So I tried the Copy files method posted here CM9 D2Pad by vampirefo

    evidently it didn't work because the tablet rebooted and sat at the blue android guy... never got past it even after 30 to 45mins so I ran the update from the d2 site to set everything back to default.

    Is there an easy way to get recovery installed on the device. Once that is there I know where im at... I've got CM9 and 10 on other devices and can navigate through the recovery ok.. getting there is the hard part for me... maybe im missing something.

    Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.



    Update - nevermind.. had to manually force the driver install.. Sometimes I overlook the smallest things. ADB installed and recover as well.. Thanks!
    Last edited by Jmodix; 11-13-2012 at 02:45 PM.

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    Re: Diablotek D2pad Resources

    Yeah I don't like window$. I'm currently using a 4 year old macbook and planning on buying the gazelle profesional from system76.

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    Try my dRom for D2pad D201209Bxxxxx: http://www.androidtablets.net/forum/...8524-drom.html

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    OK, installed CWM, installed the CM9 D2Pad and the compatibility app from install from zip.... no go. The touchscreen isn't working. Any ideas?

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    flash the firmware update and install either drom or my rom depending on your serial number

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    Any advice for the new D201212bxxxxx hardware?

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    Quote Originally Posted by klobster View Post
    Any advice for the new D201212bxxxxx hardware?
    do a backup of your boot.img please and post it for download, would help a few people out!

    thanks!

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    Heheh - I think the models after D201209B are all the same. I've got a D201210B - screwed it up accidently, and since there was no firmware available on the D2pad.info site, I tried the 09 firmware. Works just fine. The only problem I have had is that the 09 CWM recovery cannot mount anything but /cache, so backup/restore and custom roms are so far out of my reach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by netizenmt View Post
    Heheh - I think the models after D201209B are all the same. I've got a D201210B - screwed it up accidently, and since there was no firmware available on the D2pad.info site, I tried the 09 firmware. Works just fine. The only problem I have had is that the 09 CWM recovery cannot mount anything but /cache, so backup/restore and custom roms are so far out of my reach.
    You just saved mine. I had a D201208 and got a new one. I didn't realize the new one was a D201210. I was able to use myfishbear's backup so I have the original content, however, I cannot for the life of me figure out how to get it all back onto the device!

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    I need a map of the partitions, it's in recovery.fstab which is in /etc i think.
    Try my dRom for D2pad D201209Bxxxxx: http://www.androidtablets.net/forum/...8524-drom.html


 
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