Thanks. I cannot believe that rooting and customizing this darn thing is such a hassle. I'm the Administrator on web servers running CENTOS 5.6 virtuozzo, have worked with Red Hat, etc. and to be having trouble with a budget tablet is....very, very frustrating. Sorry to ramble... I will certainly appreciate any help you can give. I hope to have this thing solved sometime tonight so I can actually use the tablet in a practical way for work.On my way home, give me a few and if you still are having issues ill see if I can help you out.
The Model number and Android version are hard coded in the Settings application, that's the reason for the inquiry to the Hardware ID "hwver". Was your 126.96.36.199 device 2.2 when you purchased or did you manually update to 2.2? Asking since there are three different updates for 188.8.131.52 on 2.2 all of which seem to have issues but the 184.108.40.206.2.2.ius seems to be the most recent.
Yes, we all agree that this device is a challenge but as someone noted if had wanted to avoid the frustration and subsequent success in resolving the issues we would have spent the extra $$$ for another device.
The other thing to check with Parse error is the permissions on the /cache folder where the application is downloaded prior to installing and then on the /sdcard which is required to install applications. The permissions issue is again attributable to the poor updates and the microSD has been a issue for quite a few. Some cards work, others seem to work but can't be written to therefore, cause issues. Check to see if you can side load applications using "My Device" instead of OI Filemanger that most have just deleted and replaced with RootExplorer. RootExplorer is the first application I side load every time I have to reload the device which is often with the device. Get used to it having to wipe and reload this tablet.
It did come with 2.2. I did not have to manually load it. I
I rooted my tablet now how do I get android market place