Firmware update failed

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  1. soaresluciano

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    I tried to do my first firmware update (with Tim 4e) but I got problems.


    The update procedure started well, but soon showed the following error message:
    "discovery –firmware extracted wrongly"


    After this problem, when I turn on the device, it gets stuck on the "Android World" screen.


    I tried many times again with Tim 4e, 3c and 2b versions, and with iBex official 4.90 edition. All the same.


    I guess I did the correct procedure:
    1) Format the SD card as FAT32 (also tried FAT16) using win tool (also with SD Formatter 3.0);
    2) Copy files (firmware2 and firmware-discovery) to card root;
    3) Turn on.


    My tablet specifications are:
    CPU: Infotmic ix220 1GMHz ARM11
    RAM: 512MB DDR2
    Internal Memory: 4GB
    Expansion: 1x microSD
    Display: 10.1" 1024*600
    OS: Google Android 2.2
    Model: disco


    In the product box is only printed "SuperPad", but according to these specifications it is a Flytouch3 / Superpad2. Right?


    I'm very upset about that.
    Would anyone have a tip to help me? Thanks
     
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    same problem... same device
     
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    Finally I had sucessfull !


    Probably the problem may have been that i used my mobile phone as USB reader to format the card.


    Now I used another card in a PC with build-in card reader. All happened as expected!
     
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    owu
    send a photo of your pad
    u use tim4e
     

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