what kind of generic is this?

Discussion in 'Rockchip RK2818 Tablets' started by flip3547, Dec 14, 2010.

  1. flip3547

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    arm926ej-s rev 5 (v5l)
    device> TR718D
    model>TR718D
    board>trout
    prod>TR718D
    brand>rockchip
    Release>v1.02.06-2010.11.12_public
    Build>V0.18.ECLAIR.eng.C.zmg.20101112.142908

    So here is some device info, I'm looking to find what type of tablet this is so I can find support and flash a rom or modify it to be better. I've been able to temp root with z4root but it wont perm root after the reboot. thanks for any help.

    Wopad WR701Rockchip 600MHz android 2.1 Capacitive Multitouch Metal Case


    Wopad WR701Rockchip 600MHz android 2.1 Capacitive Multitouch
     
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    I do not have information about how to modify the RK2818 yet. Sorry.
     
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    With that said, am I to assume that the support I've found for the rk2818 is where I should look? I know sometimes different firmwares and kernals and whatever can be the specifics that determine what to flash rom and recovery wise?
     
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    You wont find much support for it. Rockchip has been a royal pain in the behind with stock firmware because of the way they structure the firmwares. You are not going to see any open source for months. Without developer interest, this thing is not going to pick up at all. I heard similar horror stories about the RK2818. If you want to use it as a device with stock functionality, and can bear with what you have for a while, this is what it is.
     

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