Sorry to have taken so long to respond, but I don't visit here very often.
The image I provided was based on a NAND dump of a brand new Kocaso M1050S. It is not quite factory. I think I have the data partition a tad too small. A tad being about 1/2 MB.
It will get you to almost the factory condition, but the caveats above apply.
It is actually an image. The version and build number are in the file name.
Once installed, if you choose to go that route, you will have root. It came from the factory that way.
I have found that Superuser or SuperSU work better than the stock su. I have had more success with the Superuser app from ChainsDD with the version I linked to. Newer versions of SuperSU from Chainfire may also work fine.
When installing one of the superuser apps, if it says it didn't succeed, just keep trying, it will eventually. And if you get tired of trying one with no success, try the other one. I did have to try both to find one that did install properly.
I would wait about 15 minutes after booting, before installing either superuser app though. It seems to take that long for things to "settle down", and respond with out much of a delay.
The firmware doesn't appear to be optimized for speed, and I think that is the problem.
If you follow the instructions, it will erase all of your data, and recreate all of the android partitions (boot, system, data, and recovery).
It really does do a hard factory reset. And it will be working again.
And like I said, this device can't be bricked, so if the flash doesn't take the first time, you can try over and over. Been there, done that. Need to get a t-shirt.
The instructions need to be followed to the letter, and it helps if you have four hands.
I haven't tried the Ad-Hocs, but in the settings for the version I linked to, there is a system setting for connect via WIFI to other devices. I haven't tried it yet. It is "Settings > Wireless & Networks > More... > Wifi Direct."
I am hoping to have a web page to document all of this, but I am not sure when it will be up, even in a basic form.
Originally Posted by Dr_Bob
Curious if I can use this firmware you linked to bring my system back to as it was from factory, kind of like an image.
My tablet boots and operates fine except I was playing with system files dealing with the wifi trying to get it to connect to Ad Hocs. Now I cant get my file explorer programs to edit any of the files because they say I dont have root access. Every method Ive tried to get root access again on here hasnt worked and I cant find the drivers for this tablet to use SuperOneClick.
A factory reset doesnt replace the system files, it just removes all apps and user data, Ive already tried that. Curious if the above linked files would work for me since I bought it from the Global Phoenix guys as well.