PLS HELP..... dezibel cts-2 (TR718D)

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  1. master3d

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    Hai all members....

    I have tablet product from Dezibel CTS-2 using TR718D...

    1)The problem sometime its restart by its self when i open application....
    I dont know what to do..... its problem come OS....?

    2) How i want to look all folder in internal drive specially for OS and how to backup
    all original drive eg: recovery.img,boot.img and etc....

    Please help me... Tq :(
     
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    Yes, sounds like bad OS implementation.

    No, you shouldn't do that and there is no tool you can do that.
    Try to find an app from Market and use an app to back up whatever u need.

    If you need more help, tell us exactly what you want to backup.
    Backing up the entire OS is not what u should be doing and you don't need to do that either.
     
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    Thanks, hdmp4.com for yr reply

    1) So what i need to do to solve the OS problem....? how to install the new OS
    and where i can find it...im newbies about tablet..
    i thought the firmware problem.... pls teach me how to do.... :(

    2) What i want to back up is original file Recovery.img , Boot.img , cashe.img and etc...
    As i knew....

    My priority.... is how to make my MID not always restart by itself always....
     
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    Ideally, you should ask whoever sell you the tablet to provide the firmware. If that fails, then....

    1) identify your tablet which you may already do
    2) Find someone who is offering newer firmware than what you have already got
    3) Try to follow their instructions to flash it and hope it won't brick your unit

    Again, what's the point? this aren't going to stop you from bricking the unit if the firmware upgrade fails because you have no way to put them back even if you manage to make the back up in the first place.
     

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