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application compatibility mechanism in Market, howto fake compatibility, what is based on
USB HID keyboard support, howto enable
find realy secure “app lock” application, try to circumvent its security mechanism, find application we can trust or research why its not possible to trust any of those apps
Speeding up the android emulator
mtd0 handles miscellaneous tasks
mtd1 holds a recovery image
mtd2 contains boot partition
mtd3 contains system files
mtd4 holds cache
mtd5 holds user data
Jak se dostat do nastaveni i kdyz to UI neumoznuje
echo 00:50:`expr $RANDOM % 89 + 10`:`expr $RANDOM % 89 + 10`:`expr $RANDOM % 89 + 10`:`expr $RANDOM % 89 + 10`
Know Your Exploits
Android Open Accessory Development Kit
Dropad A8 [NEKOMPLETNI]
utv210_root.tgz. rozbalit na interni sd kartu.
vyndat externi sd kartu (ta co je ve slotu zvenku), jinak zustane flashovani viset na obrazku Tuxe
stisknout Menu (M) a Power (C-)
Unbrick Android tablet
Download HerotabC8_V2.2_2011_03_01.zip or Haipad_M7_0831_android2.3 Rooted.zip. (tested by ruza
Take out the internal 4GB microSD and wipe it clean: dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/sdX bs=512KB count=4 No need to do anything further, i.e. create partition or format.
Put the internal 4GB microSD back into the tablet.
Extract the contents of the ZIP. With u-boot-sd.bin from the ZIP, use dd to dump it onto an external microSD. I used a 2GB card for this. dd if=/path_to_bin/u-boot-sd.bin of=/dev/sdX
Copy the entire contents of the ZIP to the largest partition of the external microSD. It was the only automatically mounted partition when I replugged the card into Ubuntu.
I had to do these steps as recommended in the first post: rm -R utscript_sd && cp utscript utscript_sd (I didn't do it initially and after the recovery flash, my tablet couldn't boot w/o the external microSD)
Insert the external microSD into your tablet. Now, both microSDs are inside the tablet.
Press power and “M” button simultaneously. It should boot up and begin recovery. After that is done, you may remove your external microSD and proceed as your wish.
what we've learned: Power On switch functionality is dependent on internal SD content. (even if device seems to be bricked)
Wi-Fi sudenly stopped working
E/WifiHW ( ): Unable to open connection to supplicant on "/data/system/wpa_supplicant/wlan0":\\
No such file or directory will appear.
more info about Android WPA supplicant