Attempted to updated my new GenTouch with the 7800 Calibration patch, and now it just sits at the 'bird' boot screen. If I do a 'adb logcat', it appears it seems to be caught in some sort of debug loop. I can access the shell, but can't get the UI to boot. Keeps mentioning: I/DEBUG ( 846): Build fingerprint: 'unknown' I/DEBUG ( 846): pid: 2696, tid: 2696 >>> /system/bin/mediaserver <<< I/DEBUG ( 846): signal 11 (SIGSEGV), fault addr acf0b200 .... and: I/DEBUG ( 846): Build fingerprint: 'unknown' I/DEBUG ( 846): pid: 2695, tid: 2695 >>> /system/bin/tcc_dxb_service <<< I/DEBUG ( 846): signal 11 (SIGSEGV), fault addr acf0b200 I/DEBUG ( 846): r0 80019000 r1 00000001 r2 acf0b202 r3 acf0b200 .... I've attempted to re-flash a couple different images, but always get this issue. Mainly wondering if the unit is salvageable. Almost feel like unit is newer then the update, but no proof.