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Old July 28th, 2011, 05:15 AM   #301 (permalink)
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hi,

any opinions on which ROM is better? tims 5a, or 4d? i don't really know the advantages of these two ROMs and want to knoe which is better, cheers.

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Hello, i'm from nigeria. I bought a superpad flytouch 3 tablet last month and loaded tim 4e rom on it and its been working seamlessly, i read about the new flytouch 4 that supports call and was fascinated.

To my surprise, while browsing today with my modem plugged in, a call came in to my flytouch 3 tablet with a dial pad and i picked it but couldn't hear anything as well as my friend at the receiving end. She couldn't hera anything.

This really stunned me and i was really searching for a dial app on my tablet in order to make call but couldn't find any shortcut

i opened the gscript and saw something like dial number, then i clicked it but it displayed connection problem or incorrect mmi.

I will be happy if there's a way out and i really appreciate tim's work.

Any contribution will be appreciated
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Hello, i'm from nigeria. I bought a superpad flytouch 3 tablet last month and loaded tim 4e rom on it and its been working seamlessly, i read about the new flytouch 4 that supports call and was fascinated.

To my surprise, while browsing today with my modem plugged in, a call came in to my flytouch 3 tablet with a dial pad and i picked it but couldn't hear anything as well as my friend at the receiving end. She couldn't hera anything.

This really stunned me and i was really searching for a dial app on my tablet in order to make call but couldn't find any shortcut

i opened the gscript and saw something like dial number, then i clicked it but it displayed connection problem or incorrect mmi.

I will be happy if there's a way out and i really appreciate tim's work.

Any contribution will be appreciated
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In this case i suppose it good version, but i see, problems in this version. Firs of all there is a problem with GPS. when you switching on it work, but you can't turn it off. after reboot also it work, and it not turning off.

And there is one desktop. why?
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i will advise to you, use 4d or 4e i see now better one !
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any opinions on which ROM is better? tims 5a, or 4d? i don't really know the advantages of these two ROMs and want to knoe which is better, cheers.

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i will advise to you, use 4d or 4e i see now better one !
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Today i have found one ROM. It is linux. i am very interested what it will be. today evening i will test it and wrote here. good luck to me !
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I tried flashing my brand new unit which did actually work before and accept wifi. Thats about the extent of my use of this machine so far.

Since then I must have tried to flash 20 times and upon reboot I cannot get past "Android_". I don't know what to do. I only just now know what flashing is (I guess I just had to cos everyone else was doing it.)

All I remember is the build date was 201105__ and I'm sure I saw FRF___ somewhere in there as well.

As I got this off DHGate I'm not considering posting it back or expecting too much in the way of advice. I'm in Australia, does anyone know where I can take this to get it all done.

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In this case i suppose it good version, but i see, problems in this version. Firs of all there is a problem with GPS. when you switching on it work, but you can't turn it off. after reboot also it work, and it not turning off.

And there is one desktop. why?
See here on how I disabled gps

2 probs with ft3 disco10 on tims5a
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I tried flashing my brand new unit which did actually work before and accept wifi. Thats about the extent of my use of this machine so far.

Since then I must have tried to flash 20 times and upon reboot I cannot get past "Android_". I don't know what to do. I only just now know what flashing is (I guess I just had to cos everyone else was doing it.)

All I remember is the build date was 201105__ and I'm sure I saw FRF___ somewhere in there as well.

As I got this off DHGate I'm not considering posting it back or expecting too much in the way of advice. I'm in Australia, does anyone know where I can take this to get it all done.

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Try pressing the reset button on the bottom of the tablet. I believe it should revert back to the original firmware.
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Try pressing the reset button on the bottom of the tablet. I believe it should revert back to the original firmware.
And where would the tablet have this 'original firmware' stored?

Not on the internal SD Card because that would have been overwritten by any previous firmware updates!
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I think it would revert back to the last good firmware that was flashed. But i think if it does not have a good bootloader on the internal card then it won't work. Or maybe it is another file?
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I think it would revert back to the last good firmware that was flashed. But i think if it does not have a good bootloader on the internal card then it won't work. Or maybe it is another file?
In order to do that the last good firmware must be stored somewhere. I think it is much more likely that the 'recovery' mode just deletes the files you have added in the user addressable areas...it is, in effect, a factory reset....thats not the same as a firmware re-flash!

The bootloader isn't kept on the internal card....if it was it wouldn't be able to enter the firmware update mode if you format the internal card.....which it can!. I would think the bootloader will be kept on a separate NAND flash chip.
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Ok i spend 5 hours yesterday reading the threads on here trying to flash my Flytouch3.

My Flyoutch 3 stats:
Version: Unknown
Model No: Disco10
Android version: 2.2-20110529
Kernel version: 2.6.32.9 zjd@dtlinuxserver #1
Build No: FRF85B

I had the same problem as a lot of people on here where i put the two files on my SD card restart and it should auto update, but it didn't, it just loaded as normal. I was formatting my card with windows format which i thought would be ok. Anyway as a last resort i used SDformatter as mentioned in earlier posts thinking it wouldn't make any difference but what the hell. I couldn't believe it when i went through the process again after formatting and it worked first time!!! Now i have a proper fast working tablet that i have been wanting since ive been reading these forums! Thanks Tim and all the devs which have taken the time out to make our Android devices SO MUCH BETTER!!!!
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In order to do that the last good firmware must be stored somewhere.
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Thank you dart, nice to see some people understand what's going on [it's not that difficult after all].

This is precisely the point I was trying to get across in my earlier post!
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In order to do that the last good firmware must be stored somewhere. I think it is much more likely that the 'recovery' mode just deletes the files you have added in the user addressable areas...it is, in effect, a factory reset....thats not the same as a firmware re-flash!

The bootloader isn't kept on the internal card....if it was it wouldn't be able to enter the firmware update mode if you format the internal card.....which it can!. I would think the bootloader will be kept on a separate NAND flash chip.

Actually I misspoke when I said on the card. But it definitely does more than erase user files. When my pad wouldn't flash I did the hard reset to try to fix it, when it completed everything was back to the way it was after the original flash of 5a, including desktop icons and apps I had uninstalled.

On most systems The bootloader is usually located somewhere in NVRAM. It's not like bootloaders are specific to Android alone.
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Actually I misspoke when I said on the card. But it definitely does more than erase user files. When my pad wouldn't flash I did the hard reset to try to fix it, when it completed everything was back to the way it was after the original flash of 5a, including desktop icons and apps I had uninstalled.

On most systems The bootloader is usually located somewhere in NVRAM. It's not like bootloaders are specific to Android alone.
OK...well it must make a copy somewhere on NVM then as part of the flash process, which, if you think about it, is a waste of resources given the simplicity and the frequency of updating the firmware, unless you can update the image on the fly a bit like system restore on PC.
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OK...well it must make a copy somewhere on NVM then as part of the flash process, which, if you think about it, is a waste of resources given the simplicity and the frequency of updating the firmware, unless you can update the image on the fly a bit like system restore on PC.
There are 5 partitions on the original sd card and I would assume that stays the same with any flash. 2 fat32 partitions, one is the 2.4 GB local user partition and one is the 143Mb recovery partiton, I call it recovery because it is unlabelled and has uImage, uImage_recovery, a ramdisk.img, and a data.tar file. Then 3 Linux partitions are basically 1Gb, 60Mb, 190Mb. There is also about 80Mb of unallocated space in 2 small partitions.

My guess is "factory" is whatever is written in this small fat32 partition and when recovery is run the user partition is deleted and the system restored from the data here. In a flash it is replaced with whatever is "factory" for that flash.
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OK...well it must make a copy somewhere on NVM then as part of the flash process, which, if you think about it, is a waste of resources given the simplicity and the frequency of updating the firmware, unless you can update the image on the fly a bit like system restore on PC.
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'Tis a reference to another place.

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'Tis a reference to another place.

By the way; kernel has no 'a'.
Still totally lost, however, I'm not really that interested either.

And a spelling lesson to boot, so kind
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Hi,

got a Superpad II Flytouch. I burned it with TIM 5a ROM (great Job Tim!) and it works pretty well.
However I'm not succesfull with a 3G Huawei 367 internet Key.
I know, I read the one working is another model, so option one is that I'm using a non supported model.
But what is strange is that when I plug my 3G key the tablet recognize it, I can see the 3G label on the top bar with the two small arrows blincking for a while and then stanting still as it is connected. I modify APN with the right settings. Running GScripts I see the 3G Mobile as connected as green. Everything seems working fine, but if I try to launch the browser (or any other apps requiring internet connection) I got errors as the system is not connected.
The las finding is that running Settings/Wireless&network/Mobile network I don't see any 3G Networks item which I see running through all the forums and the posts related to Superpad and 3G.

Anyone has any suggestion?

Thanks so much in advance
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I'm finding that the Dolphin Browser is painfully slow, is this normal? In contrast Opera Mini is quite quick but does not support Flash 10.1.
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Why not use them both intelligently then; Opera for 'speedy browsing' and the porpoise for the Flash stuff...

Dolphin works fine for me, I have no problems with it.
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I'm finding that the Dolphin Browser is painfully slow, is this normal? In contrast Opera Mini is quite quick but does not support Flash 10.1.
I see Opera Mobile supports Flash but I can't download it, does anyone have any experience of this browser
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I see Opera Mobile supports Flash but I can't download it, does anyone have any experience of this browser
I have now managed to install both Opera Mobile 10.1 & 11 but neither will run iPlayer. These as well as Dolphin HD come up with the message that they need Flash, I know that Flash 10.1 is already loaded, however, not its not possible to download whatever is the latest version of Flash from the Marketplace.

The standard Android browser runs iPlayer ok but only in full screen and with lip sync problems.

Does anyone know why I'm having these issues and whether Tim4 would resolve them
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Yes.

It is infinitely better than the stock browser with: multiple tabs, flash support, BBC iPlayer and much, much more besides.

I just point Dolphin at BBC iPlayer - iPlayer Radio Home, select my programme and it plays [video or radio] with virtually no problems.

The 'problems':
  1. If you select full screen it will lock up your tablet.
  2. If you switch away from the application it will stop playing [very annoying for Radio] and when you return the video is replaced by a white box. Simply reload the page and the programme will resume playing from slightly before it stopped.

So, as far as I'm concerned, it works perfectly. Some other people have been unable to repeat my experiences but they run Tim's firmware and I run s0I's which may - or may not - explain our different experiences...

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i dun get why every sticks with tim 4e :
the menu runs way smoother,
didnt find any bugs jet,
makes tablet faster,
better look,
easy to make schortcuts...

so...why?
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It comes down to tiny little differences and personal preference. I tried 4e and 5a. 5a felt a little faster, but 4e felt smoother, like swiping and apps opening. Not everyone experiences the same issue as everybody elses so why upgrade if you are not having problems?
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It comes down to tiny little differences and personal preference. I tried 4e and 5a. 5a felt a little faster, but 4e felt smoother, like swiping and apps opening. Not everyone experiences the same issue as everybody elses so why upgrade if you are not having problems?
because its even better xP
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Screen Size:10"
Brand Name:ET
Processor Main Frequency:1GHz
Memory Capacity:512MB
Model Number:T1025
Processor Type:X220
Processor Brand:Infotmic
Hard Drive Capacity:8GB
RAM:512MB DDR
OS:Android 2.2
Wi-Fi:802.11 b /g
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Brand Name:ET
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Processor Type:X220
Processor Brand:Infotmic
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Model number:P041
Android version:2.2 v2.6:#4402
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No currently there are no custom roms for the P041 but hopefully soon they have only been out a couple of weeks.
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ON youtube, if you type "flytouch 5", you can see a tablet that looks like ours in almost everyway, but running android 2.3! Anyway we can get this on our tablet or is someone working on this already and I missed a post? Thanks!
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ON youtube, if you type "flytouch 5", you can see a tablet that looks like ours in almost everyway, but running android 2.3! Anyway we can get this on our tablet or is someone working on this already and I missed a post? Thanks!

Similar in every way because it is. GPS no internal 3g, claims cpacitive but specs say resistive. As far as the 2.3 can't that be faked in the build prop or somewhere?
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Similar in every way because it is. GPS no internal 3g, claims cpacitive but specs say resistive. As far as the 2.3 can't that be faked in the build prop or somewhere?
I have seen a few sites selling these, but some call them flytouch 4 and some flytouch 5. I don't trust their specs and never have. I live in Taiwan and check out and cross check many times before I buy China gadgets. So....the specs are all over the place. So....did someone buy one of these or can confirm 2.3 after having used one. I have never seen the android # faked so far on youtube and I have seen this guy do many videos on youtube. Basically, this pad is out there somewhere, but the most important thing is...can we get it to our flytouch 3?
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I am using the superpad 3 flytouch 2 tablet. I just upgraded the to 5a firmware. After upgrading i am unable to connect to goolge as it is always trying to using the phone communication channel to connect to internet. It is not taking the wifi connection to connect to internet. Wifi is working on browser but when i try launching market application it is failling. is there a fix for this issue?
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Does anubody know if the firmware will ever be modified to support a 32GB internal card?
Since IBEX sells a 32GB Flytouch 3 which has an internal micro SD card, is it safe to say that the answer to this question is "yes"? I am interested in buying a 32GB micro SD card for the Flytouch 3. Thanks.
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I am using the superpad 3 flytouch 2 tablet. I just upgraded the to 5a firmware. After upgrading i am unable to connect to goolge as it is always trying to using the phone communication channel to connect to internet. It is not taking the wifi connection to connect to internet. Wifi is working on browser but when i try launching market application it is failling. is there a fix for this issue?
You have to use GScript to Enable Telephony Apps as they are off by default.
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Hi, my first post, I just wanted to say thanks to everyone here, reading through these posts helped me with my new Flytouch 3 512mb 8GB. I took a gamble and bought it off Ebay UK for 90 as he said the camera did not work, so I flashed it with Tim5a, read the tips and ran the script and sure enough the camera works great.I guess I got one with the new camera
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Hi, my first post, I just wanted to say thanks to everyone here, reading through these posts helped me with my new Flytouch 3 512mb 8GB. I took a gamble and bought it off Ebay UK for 90 as he said the camera did not work, so I flashed it with Tim5a, read the tips and ran the script and sure enough the camera works great.I guess I got one with the new camera
lol - yup, have to love ebay & sellers sometimes

That's how I got mine, by watching who was selling what, and paid not much more than you
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Hi, my first post, I just wanted to say thanks to everyone here, reading through these posts helped me with my new Flytouch 3 512mb 8GB. I took a gamble and bought it off Ebay UK for 90 as he said the camera did not work, so I flashed it with Tim5a, read the tips and ran the script and sure enough the camera works great.I guess I got one with the new camera
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Hi, my first post, I just wanted to say thanks to everyone here, reading through these posts helped me with my new Flytouch 3 512mb 8GB. I took a gamble and bought it off Ebay UK for 90 as he said the camera did not work, so I flashed it with Tim5a, read the tips and ran the script and sure enough the camera works great.I guess I got one with the new camera

You can also find people with incentive to sell who have replaced untis due to issues dealing with the sellers or out of warranty. I have picked up 3 now just for the price of a prepaid shipping label or the cost of shipping through paypal.
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Since IBEX sells a 32GB Flytouch 3 which has an internal micro SD card, is it safe to say that the answer to this question is "yes"? I am interested in buying a 32GB micro SD card for the Flytouch 3. Thanks.
It is "yes." I put a 32GB card in my Disco10 and flashed TIM 4d2 and 5A. works fine.
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I accedently pressed a button at the g-script thingy on 5a (probably the 576x screen fix) but i wasnt for sure and didnt reclick it but now when i start up my tablet i get black screen Dx Please help
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Hey Guys, I'm pretty new to the game of tablets and I recently purchased this SP3. It was running fine for the first hour or so. Then it started to malfunction with constant program closing errors and now the WiFi feature shuts down anytime that I engage it. Here are the specs as follows:

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Model Sawee10
Android Version V2.2-20110816
Kernel version 2.6.32.9
gejunjun@semitime-server#3
Build Number FRF85B

Are there any HW updates out there than can resolve these issues or do you think that it's best to return the item? Please reply when able. Thanks.
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I recently received my flytouch 5 but the model number is yospad....it is running 2.3 but there doesnt seem to be any roms for it yet. I would like to get my adhoc working as im on the go a lot. Right now i just have a temporary root with z4 but looking for something more robust. Please keep your ears and eyes open and pm me or just reply if anyone has news.
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I've recently purchased what I thought was going to be a SuperPad III / Flytouch III, but when it arrived the box said "SuperPAI III". I'm strongly considering flashing it with tim5a, but want to know if there's any way for me to backup the original factory ROM before rooting the tablet (just in case something goes wrong, so I can restore it back to it's shipping condition).

Specs as I've been able to find them using Android System Info (downloaded from the market) are as follows:

Android version: 2.2
Release Codename: REL
API LEVEL: 8
CPU ABI: armeabi
Manufacturer: unknown
Bootloader: unknown
CPU ABI2: unknown
Hardware: imapx200
Radio: unknown
Board: unknown
Brand: generic
Device: disco10
Display: FRF85B
Fingerprint: generic/DISCO10/disco10/:2.2/FRF85B/eng.zjd.20110530.102950:user/test-keys
Host: dtlinuxserver
ID: FRF85B
Model: DISCO10
Product: DISCO10
Tags: test-keys
Type: user
User: zjd


Any and all help is greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
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