Recovering a bricked X5A/X6D tablet

Discussion in 'Telechips TCC8902 Tablets' started by eroeurbano, Feb 27, 2011.

  1. eroeurbano

    eroeurbano Member

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    Dear all,
    I'm new to the Android world and due to my inexperience
    I bricked my Tablet MID X5A/X6D (TCC 8902).
    After an unsuccessful attempt to upgrade the firmware to Froyo 2.2
    I'm now with a tablet that doesn't go further the boot, keeps restarting continuously, can't access the recovery mode (when I try a black screen appears),
    it is listed using "adb devices" but whenever I try to push something in it
    or simply opening the shell ("adb shell") it keeps saying that tablet is
    in read only mode or that I don't have the necessary permission to run /system/bin/sh.

    What are my possibility now? Is there any way I can recover my tablet?
    If so can you please explain it to me? (rather in detail, I don't want to mess up
    more than this).

    Thanks a lot to all of you for your help,
    hope I can recover it somehow [​IMG]
    Cheers, -Luca
     
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    adb remount from the shell?

    I googled a bit and it seems to remount as writeable if it's mounted as read only.

    another suggestion I found was busybox mount -o remount,rw /system but I couldn't find information wether busybox comes shipped with some devices or if you have to install it.

    If I understand your problem the remount command should do the trick. I don't know if you have to have root access (you probably do), but then again maybe you had to have that anyways to try to update to froyo.

    I can't really say that it's the way to go since i have another tablet and another problem (check my thread ;) ) but I'd try the remount command if I was in your shoes.

    Best of luck!
     
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    Hi Ahon,
    my problem is that now adb doesn't interface anymore with the tablet,
    so any command I issue doesn't work :)
    Thanks for the attempt, -Luca
     
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    I have the same problem. Thought I could boot by usb by shorting out on the motherboard( ie altering switch), but when I do this pc does not recognise the usb device. It is as if I need some different drivers installed. Any ideas as tablet is bricked now. Cheers
     

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