USB Drivers Required

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    H, all

    Looking for some usb drivers so i can attach :


    10.2" Tablet PC Flytouch Superpad 7 Android 4.0.4 ICS Ice Cream Sandwich 1GB DDR3 latest
    Allwinner CPU processor 1.2 - 1.5 GHZ Massive 20 GB

    Model BC1003

    To my PC running Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit.

    Been looking for a few days on Google etc, but no joy.

    Any help you can supply would be very much appreciated.

    Many thanks
    Bilbo.
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    Hi Bilbo, I have the solution for your problem, because I had the same problem, and I have the same tablet like you. I was looking for the solution, but I couldn't find it. But I find the solution for myself.
    First unplug the usb cable from your tablet and your computer, then go to the settings in your tablet Dveloper options - and UNCHECK USB Debugging, ok. now turn off your tablet, then turn on again and connect the USB cable on your tablet first, then in your computer and you will receive a message on your tablet for turn on the usb connection, and that's it. I hope this work for you. (If you have a problem change the cable with another USB cable.) good luck
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    Hi, Monarts

    First of all allow me to thank you for your help on this problem.

    I tried your solution several times using different port and different
    leads. I am still unable to connect via USB.

    If you have any other ideas then please do write them, as i am
    willing to try any method that i can to get this working with the
    usb.

    What version of android are you using.

    Thanks again for your help. i really do appreciate it.

    Bilbo
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    HI Monarts,
    Thanks for your reply to Bibo's problem.
    It worked for me on my new Vimicro V10 10.1" superpad

    THANK YOU !!!
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    Bilbo - you need to provide more information to get good advice. What happens when you connect the usb cable between the tablet and your PC? Any errors or other messages on either the tablet or the PC? Are you adking for a driver for the PC or for the tablet? I use Linux, not Windows, but when the tablet and PC are connected, if you go to the Windows control panel and then System and then Device Manager are there any red or yellow items on the list. I vaguely recall reading that most android tablets make the windows driver available to the PC when they are first connected. If you google for rooting the tablet you can probably find that information.
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    There are a few instances of people not ever being able to connect various tablets to their PC. Sometimes they found a solution but there are a few who never did. For those who didn't find a solution the general consensus is that there is a problem with the PC or some software on the PC like a firewall or anti virus or some other communications software that is blocking it.

    There are several apps that would allow you to access the tablet over your WiFi network if all else fails. Try AirDroid for remote access or WiFi file Transfer for moving/copying files.
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    Hi, gang.

    Thanks for all the replies guys. Alex at Litek kindly allowed me to send
    the item back and when he tried it, it connected without problem. That
    means that the problem was more likely with my pc, although i have never
    had any problems at all connecting devices to my pc via usb, like phones,
    drives, gamepads, webcams, printers etc.

    The money i paid was returned because Alex said he was no longer stocking
    the pad as he had, had lots of unhappy customers that did not like the touch
    actions when doing things on them. Since then i have noticed that the
    Superpad 8 and 9 have been released. I like the idea of the dual core
    Superpad 9, will have to save more money up for that, unless the price
    comes down a bit. There are so many versions of pads that it can be
    very confusing to the buyer, especially with some vendors rebadging
    the 6's as 7's, the 7's as 8's and probably also the 8' as 9's.

    Maybe i will find a totally different pad that is recommended and be
    happy.

    Big thanks again guys for your input.
    Bilbo.
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    I have a superpad 7 with 2 usb' 1 says
    1*USB2.0 High Speed OTG (Device) HOST;
    1* USB 2.0 DEVICE
    U disk,Mouse,3G wireless USB(Huawei ET128)
    I am wondering why I can not connect to the first usb and only to the second usb doe anyone have a good answer. the vendor on ebay just double talks me and tells me that the 1st port is for firmware only. is that possble?
    :confused:
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    One of the usb ports is for updating the hardware firmware as far as i am aware.
    and that is why it will not respond to normal usb. I would imagine that a usb
    device is installed with the firmware and then attached to this port and then
    is recognised and the firmware updated.

    I am lead to believe that this is how some vendors cheat and make 6's
    seam like 7's.

    Hope this helps.
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    Kindle Fire HD 7" (x2), Asus Google Nexus 7 3G, Kindle Fire, BC1003 Chinese pile of poo...
    Folks, anybody that has successfully installed the drivers for this pile of cr*p, can you extract them & email them to me? I need Win7 64 bit drivers ideally. skoop99 (at) yahoo.co.uk.
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    Hi all,

    I have hit the wall again in trying to get the tablet showing on Win 7 32 bit.
    All the other things mentioned above not working now.
    Can anyone offer help?
    It displays as a BC1003 model
    Android version 4.0.4
    Baseband version 1.4rc3
    Thanks
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    I suggest you revert to my file transfer methods or (if you have a slot), a micoSD card. Otherwise you may just be beating your head against the wall.
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    Ok...solved again, but for how long...who knows?
    This is what worked for me.
    Please note, my tab has 2 usb slots, a top one and a lower one.
    It appears the higher one is for computer connection
    The lower one for usb stick or whatever
    I disconnected the usb leads and shut down the tab
    I rebooted the pc
    I rebooted the tablet
    I connected the usb lead to the top usb slot on the tab
    I connected the lead to the pc usb slot
    The pc then recognised the tab
    The tab came up to say "you have connected to your computer via usb.Touch the button below (" Turn on USB storage") if you want to copy files between your computer and your Android's SD card"
    After touching the button, it then said "USB storage in use. Before turning off USB storage, make sure you have unmounted ("ejected") your Android's SD card from your computer"
    There on the same page is another button to press saying "Turn off USB storage"....doing so ends your session and clears away the icon showing your tablet on the pc. Turning on the next message after that ("Turn on USB storage") reconnects you to the pc.

    I hope this helps someone?
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    Glad you figured it out.

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