Originally Posted by thel2dab
I don't think you will see anything as is not a mass storage device.
The next stage is to use iuw burning tool to flash the firmware while its stuck on first boot screen. But first we need to find the firmware.
I read on slatedroid that someone flashed a Yospad firmware to theirs but hasn't linked us to the firmware.
Famonaco do you know anything about over locking kernals???
Originally Posted by famonaco
sorry but not i mod the rom,write scripts etc etc but about kernels nope i have my personal kernel pusher(lord) lol
ps: this yospad firmware no one have this???a link, or contact him to link it?
I mentioned this to famonaco, but beware these posts about flashing yospad or any others. If it is the FT4 3g ysopad firmware the hardware is very close, but still it is a risk. Many of the posts you see with "I flashed this and it worked" are fanbois posting crap hoping someone will try it. When they do and it breaks or bricks the pad they run giggling back under their rocks bragging about clones being so crappy that normal firmware breaks them.
Wait until someone gives proof or if you want to be the first to ry go ahead. I killed my fair share of pads, just be ready for it if it happens. And remember when talking to customer service there is no shame in being "TLC" (typical lying customer) and saying all I did was turn it on, but be fair and ask for a replacement, not your money back!!