Somebody Help before I get crazy!I have coby mid7015 after rooted nothing works!help

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  1. kissyy22

    kissyy22 Member

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    Hello People!
    I dont know what to do anymore, and actually I gave up for a year, after I rooted my Coby MID7015.I did the whole thing, i did the update they were asking me to do when I first got the device, after that i decided to root the tablet using the z4root , the whole thing, i followed the instructions I founded it here...Worked perfectly for a couple months, actually I had the market, kindle app, angry birds and etc...I had fun for a while , but one day the my screen was not responding to touch...it came on but i couldnt select anything, the keyboard was crazy, i couldnt type one single word, it was a mess...i searched the net and nothing, so i gave up ...NOw I wanna use it, decided to start over again, i used the reset to factory or something like that, erased all data, everything, the keyboard still giving me a hard time, but the applib does not work anymore , so how am I supposed to root this thing again?IS there a new way to add the google market and also if possible to fix the keyboard?Also my computer does not recognize the tablet, i have windows 7...WHAT Should I do guys!!!Help me before i break this thing, i dont wanna give up again, its not fair!help help pleeeease..
    thank you very much
    kissyy
     
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    Hi Kissyy, welcome to the forum. Nice to have you as a member of Android Tablets. I'm moving your thread to the Coby Generation 1 section for you, where people with your tablet are more likely to join the discussion and try to help you. Good luck!
     

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