Troulbe updating firmware

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  1. MichaelBrock

    MichaelBrock Junior Member

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    I think I must be missing something obvious. Attempting to follow the directions on the le pan site:

    Latest Firmware for LePan TC 970 Tablet Computer

    I downloaded the firmware files and unzipped them (there are 3 files in the firmware zip). I attached the tablet to my computer and set it to act as a usb drive. I uploaded the files and apks to the root of the sd card (i.e. the top most level of the usb drive, not sure if there is supposed to be a directory named "ROOT", if so, there isn't one). I disconnected the tablet (after safely disconnecting from the computer). I held down the volume - key and the power key but instead of getting the firmware screen the tablet simply turns on and I see the lock screen. What am I missing?

    Thanks,

    Michael
     
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    Doh, Nevermind. Newbie mistake. Pressing the power button doesn't actually turn the tablet off.....holding it down will give you the option to truly turn it off. Firmware upgrading now.
     
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    Were you able to use the SD card that came with the tablet? I've read else where that it takes a faster class of SD card such as a class 6.
     
  4. MichaelBrock

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    I haven't had any issue with the SD card. In fact, I have two of these for presents and haven't had issued with either of them. Once I figured out how to actually turn it off, I had no problems at all updating both to the latest firmware. now pondering the advantages of rooting...doesn't seem to be many just yet.
     

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