How to Update Jelly Bean 4.1

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    Could someone please tell me how to update the Ultratab Jazz 9 inch tablet (C925) to the Jelly Bean 4.1?

    I have registered it, but haven't gotten an email to tell us to update.

    Thanks
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    I have the Jazz 7 inch tablet (C725) that I got for black friday. I also have not received the update but I just re-registered and the email I got looks different. Maybe I would get it soon but let me know if you get anything ok.
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    I bought this C725 Jazz tablet in early December 2012, registered it the same day, and I,m still waiting for the update email. I called: Digitec last week and was told the update would be sent onSaturday...and I,m still waiting. Iwish I would have left this at the store. What a rip-off!!!
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    I see I'm not the only one with this problem. I bought my UltraTab Jazz C725 at Office Depot on Black Friday and registered it on-line the moment I got home. 2 weeks ago, realizing that I haven't gotten an E-Mail yet instructing me to upgrade it to Android 4.1, I called Digitec and was told that all the E-Mail's should have gone out weeks ago but that he would let the people know who were in charge of that and that I should get an E-Mail back from them in the next day or 2. He asked for my name, E-Mail address, and the Serial # from the unit.....and since then I haven't heard a word back. The person on the phone I talked to also added that the upgrade was just recently made public and that it was on the Google App Store in case I didn't want to wait for the E-Mail from them, however he never indicated what the app was named. I entered "Android 4.1 Upgrade", but a ton of them show up and I don't know which one is the one that is supplied by Digitec. Otherwise the C725 works fine as is using Android 4.0.
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    I called 4 times to Digitac and got 4 different stories. The server was getting hammered was 1st, the server crashed was 2nd about a week later, there is nothing wrong with our server so it has to be your internet connection and finally the best one, your email server rejected the email we sent you.
    I really dont have any confidence in Digitac anymore and will be taking the C725 back to OD.
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    Have you tried rebooting your Tablet? I had a Tablet that required me to restart it in order for me to receive the update OTA. Usually most manufactures will just push the updates via OTA and you will see the info in the Notifications center. Hope this helps.
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    I have a Coby Kyros 10" screen tablet. It runs the OS 4.0 Android (Ice Cream Sandwich) system. Is there any way to get Google play or have access to Google apps for this tablet? I haven't had any luck getting anything worth while from GetJar. It's been frustrating trying to get anything to load. I don't know if this is a problem with everyone or just me. Help!!!
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    Is there a specific link? Because I got the email today from Digitac for the long waited Jelly Bean update. And it was just a facade. All it does is install a Jelly Bean launcher of less quality then one you would download from Google Play. None of the other Jelly Bean features are added. Going to Settings<About tablet shows its still the 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich system. The box had a sticker on it that said this specific tablet had a Jelly Bean update and a paper inside showing a Jelly Bean SYSTEM update. So correct me if I'm wrong... but isn't this form of false advertising worthy of a Class Action Lawsuit?
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    I my self tried to resource the manufacturer for the upgrade to Jellybean 4.1.1. I received my email with the Theme/fonts pack too. The factory Rom was really poorly optimized often lagging to a halt causing "wait" errors and the sound output from the speaker was horrible/faint. I was also disturbed and disappointed that the USB cable was faulty and made most users assume the device was DOA or had other issues .Which was easy fixed with a new cable. It wasn't until 2d backgrounds stopped loading on games and Netflix threw errors that I decided to investigate obtaining the factory IceCream rom from the manufacturer. They will not and do not respond to Rom request so I was on my own. I got my Jazz c725 Ultra tab running 4.2.2 and it has improved in performance X2, The sound output is notable also. So since this forum is how to get the Jazz c725 running Jellybean I would like to share the information and hopefully save every one the time.
    There are a few programs all I used to complete the flash, I wouldn't bother backing up the rom you don't need it or want it trust me.
    1)(Live suit) Is an A13 (jazz 725) flashing utility you can connect to the device via windows and flash the rom after forcing a USB driver it doesn't even need to boot the device. This works for tablets stuck in loops and there are many forums explaining the procedures to use it.

    2)(Faaastjb v2.5) Faaast is an actual rom image of the 4.2.2 operating system created by TOX it requires a specific driver pack to load touch screen for the C725.

    3)2-solomonsam - Download - 4shared - Toxic RR2-solomonsam.html (This is the Driver pack you need to use) I put these in the bin of android commander and load them just fine. IF IT DOESNT LOAD TO " press any key to continue" OLD ADB processes muck it up redo it.

    4)(Android commander) Root windows file explorer for android, Used to edit G-sensor and accelerometer via windows - fixes Inverted sensors in the The file you need to edit is tablet side ( /system/usr/gsensor.cfg )

    I am not going to explain every procedure in detail how to utilize the programs mentioned above just that they all have there own tricks and all don't run well if old adb process are running in task manager - Ide trouble shoot there. ALSO read the instructions given for live suit and forcing unsigned drivers into windows.

    Ok so you did all the homework have every thing installed, have the rom loaded with driver and want to know how to edit the G-sensor use android commander to copy to desktop /system/user/gsensor.cfg Open the file in notepad and use these settings then replace the old one and restart.

    ;Direction parameter adjustment, including the x, y, z axis, and xy interchange four variables,
    ;the name of the module used for identification, and drive registered name consistent
    ;--------------------------
    ;name:bma250
    ;--------------------------
    gsensor_name = bma250
    gsensor_direct_x = false
    gsensor_direct_y = tru
    gsensor_direct_z = true
    gsensor_xy_revert = false
    ;--------------------------
    ;name:dmard06
    ;--------------------------
    gsensor_name = dmard06
    gsensor_direct_x = false
    gsensor_direct_y = false
    gsensor_direct_z = falsa
    gsensor_xy_revert = false
    ;--------------------------
    ;name:mma7660
    ;--------------------------
    gsensor_name = mma7660
    gsensor_direct_x = true
    gsensor_direct_y = false
    gsensor_direct_z = true
    gsensor_xy_revert = false
    ;--------------------------
    ;name:mma8452
    ;--------------------------
    gsensor_name = mma8452
    gsensor_direct_x = true
    gsensor_direct_y = false
    gsensor_direct_z = false
    gsensor_xy_revert = false
    ;--------------------------
    ;name:kxtik
    ;--------------------------
    gsensor_name = kxtik
    gsensor_direct_x = true
    gsensor_direct_y = false
    gsensor_direct_z = false
    gsensor_xy_revert = false
    ;--------------------------
    ;name:afa750
    ;--------------------------
    gsensor_name = afa750
    gsensor_direct_x = true
    gsensor_direct_y = false
    gsensor_direct_z = false
    gsensor_xy_revert = false
    ;--------------------------
    WORKING --- Wifi, Accelerometer, G-sensor, Camera, Multi Touch screen, USB & SD, Headphonejack, Google Play, EVERYTHING ELSE and better than the factory rom.

    Also to get top side Keys working use android commander to edit /system/usr/keylayout/sun4i-keyboard.kl in WORDPAD 112 Volume_down, 113 Volume_up. I made my Back key 114 which is search but has potential to be what ever. Just replace it with the new sun4i file and your done.
    100% functional Jazz c725 running 4.2.2, ENJOY & special thanks to TOX and satcomranger for helping me help you.

    I will check back on this thread and ensure to help with a things but it isn't the hardest flash.
    AND THATS HOW TO GET THE C725 Running JellyBean....
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    jinxlinx, can you PLEASE help further? I used USB Drivers Windows 7 - Vista - XP - 32Bit and was able to get my USB and ANDROID Device on Vista to work. Then Android commander worked. Eventually I figured out that I had to go to a command prompt (cmd) where the solomon drivers were unpacked and run the command "run.bat". Now my C725 tablet is upgraded but the touchscreen doesn't work. It actually wiggles a little like it can tell I'm touching but it doesn't unlock.

    [As an aside for other nervous people like me, I decided that 4shared.com must be an OK website and no spyware gets installed unless you click the checkbox to allow it.]

    Now I have gone through several touch screen drivers by adding file names in init.sun5i.rc. I decided that any file that has a "ts" in it and it ends with a "ko" must be a touch screen driver. I add a line like: "insmod /system/vendor/modules/gt818_ts.ko" into the init.sun5i.rc file and then force a reboot. It is a slow painful process because I have to kill Android Commander every time and also then I hold the down volume button and power button until it reboots.

    Can you just tell me which drivers I actually need? On the other forum you said that correct drivers were in this file: 27-sketch2k278 - Download - 4shared - Toxic RR and here you say they are in this file: 2-solomonsam - Download - 4shared - Toxic RR. Both of these have quite a few drivers and I can't get any of them to work with the touchscreen on the Jazz C725.
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    Its the 2 solomansam for full driver support, Sync the tablet with android commander put the driver in the android commander bin/ with the adb service and run the .bat it will load and restart the tablet. If you are not getting any TS with either you are not actually installing the driver. I just right click android commander icon and open file location of the bin.


    You cant run the .bat without being inside of an adb bin and sometimes I have to alt tab restart the service in task manager if the upload pauses.
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    I will pull you the script bin the solomonsam has all the right drivers but they are not all active (0 and 1) I will show you. I think what you are trying to do wont work with the init.sun5i.rc . Drivers are added with the boot image or kernel in most cases but that is what is cool about modded roms it has that open door however it takes Linux work and skill to make the driver packages we are using on Faaast.
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    your bin should reflect the same 0 and 1 also

    ctp_name = "ft5x_ts"
    ctp_twi_addr = 0x38
    ctp1_used = 0
    ctp1_name = "Goodix-TS"
    ctp1_twi_addr = 85
    ctp2_used = 1
    ctp2_name = "ssd253x-ts"
    ctp2_twi_addr = 72
    ctp2_ssd_type = 75801
    ctp4_used = 1
    ctp4_name = "zet622x-ts"
    ctp4_twi_addr = 118
    ctp5_used = 1
    ctp5_name = "byd693x-ts"
    ctp5_twi_addr = 82
    ctp8_used = 0
    ctp8_name = "gt82x"
    ctp8_twi_addr = 93
    ctp9_used = 1
    ctp9_name = "gt811"
    ctp9_twi_addr = 93
    ctp10_used = 1
    ctp10_name = "pixcir_cxx"
    ctp10_twi_addr = 92
    ctp12_used = 1
    ctp12_name = "gslx680"
    ctp12_twi_addr = 64
    ctp12_gsl_type = 8602
    ctp13_used = 1
    ctp13_name = "sitronix_ts"
    ctp13_twi_addr = 96
    ctp19_used = 1
    ctp19_name = "elan_ts"
    ctp19_twi_addr = 20


    [gsensor_para]
    gsensor_used = 1
    gsensor_twi_id = 1
    gsensor_direct_x = 1
    gsensor_direct_y = 1
    gsensor_direct_z = 0
    gsensor_xy_revert = 1
    [gsensor_list_para]
    gsensor_det_used = 1
    bma250 = 1
    mma7660 = 1
    dmard06 = 1
    mma8452 = 1
    kxtik = 0
    mxc622x = 1
    afa750 = 1
    mma865x = 0
    lis3dh = 1
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    I also hate to tell you this but you need to go back to step 1)FLASH Faaast those driver packs gave me different results when they were installed over each other. Ide recommend the full flash aswell.

    I suppose I am awaiting a reply let me know how it goes flashing is all about trouble shooting, I know it works but its obvious I did post multiple methods misleading at first I have a fully functional tablet although that

    The only negative comment I have which is not an issue cause I have a battery bank, car charger, wallcharger the 2300mah battery gets pounded in an hour 30 minutes thats with the increased sound, brightness wifi mod, running at an actual 1200mhz from the stock 1000. It can be throttled down to get 2 hours+ :) stand by time is awesome and it plays music on low power mode for 12+ hours but I rate the productivity X2 cause it has more snap. I scored 5900+ in antutu and think its the allwinner of allwinners.
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    Thank you so much!!!!! I can't explain how happy it makes me to get some detailed help on this. I will update after I try it this weekend.
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    Well, I didn't get it to work.

    I've tried re-flashing several times and I'm now getting pretty good at it. :)

    Anyway, I edited the script.bin file to match yours. To edit the script.bin file I had to download bin2fex and fex2bin from fexc.7z ? Droplr I then copied the script.bin file to where the bin2fex.exe file was and from the command prompt ran: "bin2fex script.bin script.txt". Only the gsensor section was different from yours so I copied and pasted in yours. I then ran "fex2bin script.txt script.bin" and copied the script.bin file back to it 2-solomonsam folder and re-ran "run.bat".

    It rebooted without touch screen. Are you sure you didn't leave on some other touch screen driver on your system? Maybe you could just post your script.bin file here? I just pulled mine here, this is the one that doesn't work: View attachment $debug.zip . That file includes the text version, the .bin version and my edited gsensor.cfg.
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    jinxlinx, you can ignore this post. This is just for other people that might try to follow what is happening. Here are some problems I found and my solutions.

    First, when I installed LiveSuit I finally just ran "LiveSuitPack_version_1.11_20120724_2.exe" because when I ran the .exe they suggested it installed adware first and I had to take time with Autoruns.exe to fix it. It could be if you used an older version of LiveSuitPack or downloaded it from a different site than I did (4Shared) you might get one without the adware. But if you pick the same one I did that is the workaround.

    Second, to make LiveSuit.exe work you have to follow the information here: Livesuite Guide : Allwinner A1x - Allwinner A13 CPU Devices - SlateDroid.com Basically you you unplug your USB, then start up LiveSuit, say No, Click on the left Icon, find your .img file, then you shut down your device all the way (C725 you hold the Volume Down key and the Power key at the same time for about 10 seconds), then start LiveSuit.exe, then press and hold the Volume Up key and keep holding it for the next 2 steps, then plug in the USB, then repeatedly press the Power button over and over (while still holding the Volume Up key) until LiveSuit brings up a prompt, you answer No, then Yes, then wait a long time while the image gets flashed.

    Third, the second time I tried to flash my tablet using LiveSuit.exe was several days after the first. When I did I got "Install the driver fail!" error when starting LiveSuit even though it had worked successfully in the past. I had to remove my USB driver but didn't know which one to remove. I used the program USBDeview mentioned here: https://www.topnotchtablets.com/FixUSBproblems and only uninstalled the ones that said "VID_1f3a_PID_efe8". I immediately tried LiveSuit again without rebooting even though the link I mentioned says to unplug from wall and all kinds of stuff. This time LiveSuit worked fine. So, just removing the right USB device worked.

    Finally, as I mentioned before, when I tried to run Android Commander the first time it didn't work until I used USB Drivers Windows 7 - Vista - XP - 32Bit to add a "Android" device driver. I had to open Devices from Control panel, find the Android device, right click, update the driver by finding the place I had earlier downloaded it on my hard drive.

    I should also note that once you install Android Commander you can copy the 3 files in it's bin directory to any folder you want (such as 2-solomonsam) and run adb commands from the command prompt (i.e. cmd.exe) as shown in the run.bat file in the 2-solomonsam folder.
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    The video recorder is flawless, I don't think it came on the factory rom. Really outdoes the camera.


    Vroot is a good rooting tool to get android commander working on tablets without TS.
    I hope it will let me troubleshoot kit kat operating systems because I plan to stay up to date.
    Also live suit is not required for android commander.

    Really all the programs mentioned have elaborate instructions I really couldn't begin to troubleshoot the end user experience for all the programs like Live suit, android commander, script bin editor, every experience is different... There are ways to do it not using android commander, like doing it all from a root browser tablet side as the script bin doesn't need to be edited to fex and was something I provided above to troubleshoot. (an example).

    Grammatically I am not the most literate person I did not understand if it was working correctly for you or not ????
    I can make a video it is like a 7 min complete flash for me.
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    It is NOT working :(

    When I try 2-solomonsam without any modifications the screen doesn't rotate and there is no touch screen response.

    I spent a lot of time Friday and Saturday trying other options. If I use some combinations of both the 2-solomonsam and 27-sketch2k278 I get some action but it is still wrong. I can get the screen to rotate but it is always 90degrees off. I can also get the touch screen to respond but it is always "touching" on the wrong side of the screen.

    I opened up my C725 and found I have the following chips:
    SOC: (Allwinner) A13,
    Touch Screen Controller: (Focaltech) FT5302FE4,
    Accelerometer: (Freescale) 263 7660,
    Wireless/USB: (Realtek) RTL8188CTV,
    PMU: (X-Powers) AXP209,
    NAND: (Hynix) H27UBG8T2BTR,
    RAM: (Hynix) H5TQ2G83BFR (x2)

    Could you please zip your files and attach them here?
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    Jazz C725 Kit
    ^^^^^^^^
    Its my backup kit for my jazz c725.

    In the scriptbin you can find the bin.fex and it is practically what I saved for re flash and have used it twice.
    I can open my tablet again and get some macro shots although I just deleted some nice ones last week.
    The 90 % off set is normal until the gsensor is copied over. I do a live delete then rewrite the file using android commander and typing in the directory /

    as a last resort
    I would recommend going through the list of Faaastjb 2.5 Drivers and finding out which one is has TS working for you. The 26-abdo_eltara 2002 based on what you posted

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