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Thread: Possible Brick, Can't Boot Recovery MID9742-8

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    Quote Originally Posted by torresicecube View Post
    Hi brianpetty80, how did you root the device using ADB and installed CWM recovery, because I also having problems with the Livesuite and I want my tablet back to live.
    I rooted using ADB and installed CWM recovery from ADB. I introduced my problem by falshing an update package I should not have. I never attempted livesuite.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brianpetty80 View Post
    I rooted using ADB and installed CWM recovery from ADB. I introduced my problem by falshing an update package I should not have. I never attempted livesuite.
    Did you make your display fuzzy? I have a partial dump that contains a bootloader.img boot.img recovery.img.

    Coby mid9740-8 Dump missing tgz file

    Here is the thread I posted where vampirefo. helped me.

    mid97408dump11192012.zip

    Here is a link to my files.

    Just out of curiousity which version of cwm-recovery did you put on your device?

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    Likely he installed the version of CWM for the 9742.
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