Superpad p752 The device gets stuck on a black screen

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  1. djtoms

    djtoms Member

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    I need help
    I try flash Superpad p752 whit I7Y_Android_10.ius program and result was The device gets stuck on a black screen all the time.




    When I start pad pressing whit power+menu button, IUW is getting green light..
    Computer does not recognize the device




    Can I flash this pad to work and what files i should use and any link for download?




    or




    Is this now only good for trash?




    Thanks $t1.jpg
     
  2. leeb

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    As long as the IUW is turning green, it IS being recognized... your screen is just 'sick' and not showing it.
    Try to relax... IUW-green is GOOD. You need only find the right U0 to get it going again... and believe me, there are LOTS to find!

    Take a look for my 'Its ALIVE' thread... you are basically in the same position.
    http://www.androidtablets.net/forum/superpad-ii-firmware/37517-iiittttts-aaalllliiiivvveeee.html

    Was it showing P752 BEFORE you flashed it? or something else?

    Have you had it open? What board name/number is on it?
     
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  3. leeb

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    You got that .IUS file from where?
    Bring up that file in IUW again,
    and show/tell us what all it installs...
    (u0,kernel, etc.)
    I ask because, if it did NOT install the LAST ONE, you might be able to get a FACTORY RESTORE thru the appropriate button sequence...
    (If it is the same on the 7-incher, <BACK>+<HOME>+<PWR>, then just <BACK>+<HOME>... I usually just let <HOME> go then push it again)


    ... they make great coasters! :p
     
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