Installed and working fine. Used the beta4 in the cheaper tablet and the 5_1 in the other. Other than minor issues with screen rotation and no HDMI notification, the tablet works fine. I did get an error while attempting to move contents to the SD card, in Titanium Backup Pro. That error said that my SU permissions were not set correctly on the white board. Hmm? Any ideas?
An alternative method to determine the "hwver", without the need to use adb is through the use of a Terminal Emulator application.
The Android Terminal Emulator by Jack Palevich is a VT-100 compatible terminal emulator for Android devices without the need to root. Additional information: jackpal / Android-Terminal-Emulator wiki
After installing the application - From the shell prompt $ type "cat /proc/cmdline" without the "" and click the enter/return key in the bottom to get the "hwver".
Once the "hwver" is determined the remaining steps of the update process can be followed.
I tried this step to get the hwver and all I got was "console=ttySAC3, 115200 androidboot.mode=normal bmagic=0xeef07901". There was no hwver following that. I then used root explorer to open cmdline and it showed the samething. What other steps can I do to get the hwver?
Not for sure if it matters or not but the Wifi doesn't work on the tablet. I downloaded the rt2870.bin and copied that over the rt2870.bin on the tablet and the wifi still didn't work. So I thought I would update it to see if the wifi works then.
Any help to get this working would be greatly appreciated.