Hello, first time poster here. Recently I purchased two Imito IM7's (something I now regret) and they are suffering from all the common issues that seem to plague this brand. Quite oddly, however, one of the devices works just fine and the other does not. Even more oddly they have different boot screens so I'm assuming they have different firmwares. Anyway, in an attempt to fix the market bug I have tried re-flashing the device with multiple firmwares. Now I have the issue of the screen flashing for a split second and then nothing but a black screen. (http://www.androidtablets.net/forum...ito-im7-market-restore-firmware-update-4.html) I was wondering if there is any way for me to copy the firmware off of the working device so that I can flash it on the semi-bricked one. I have looked into clockwork recovery but I'm not too sure how to use it. On top of that I am afraid of rooting the working device and ending up with two bricks instead of one. Thanks for your time, any help is greatly appreciated. Edit: So far I have tried a couple of firmwares: Dawa D7, Imito 1.2 (corrupted boot.img so substituted another), both to no avail.