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Old July 11th, 2012, 05:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I am currently unable to access anything on the Kocaso MID 1050s tablet i recently purchased. it is coming up with the following messages when the tablet is attempting to load up

'Unfortunately, Skype has stopped'
'Unfortunately, Launcher has stopped'
'Unfortunately, Android Keyboard has stopped'

I have already attempted to reset the tablet using the reset button on the tablet itself, however this has not worked in being able to load up the tablet

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Hi L0U1S welcome to Android Forums.

It sounds very much like corrupted or buggy software to me. You've tried hard resetting it, but to no avail. To fix this, it would probably have to be re-flashed with software from the manufacturer's website, if they have one. Problem is I don't know who the manufacturer of your tablet is. Which is often the way with these cheap off-brand or unbranded Chinese devices. If it's under warranty I'd send it back for repair or replacement, reason faulty software.

Faulty software and bricking seems to be a very common problem with many of these off-brand cheap Chinese 4.0 ICS devices. There's apparently quite a lot like this where I am, when talking to the local tech traders.
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Hi L0U1S welcome to Android Forums.

It sounds very much like corrupted or buggy software to me. You've tried hard resetting it, but to no avail. To fix this, it would probably have to be re-flashed with software from the manufacturer's website, if they have one. Problem is I don't know who the manufacturer of your tablet is. Which is often the way with these cheap off-brand or unbranded Chinese devices. If it's under warranty I'd send it back for repair or replacement, reason faulty software.

Faulty software and bricking seems to be a very common problem with many of these off-brand cheap Chinese 4.0 ICS devices. There's apparently quite a lot like this where I am, when talking to the local tech traders.
The problem is cheap manufacturing and more than 70 Chinese manufactures, each probably offering dozens of different tablets under dozens of different names. This makes it very hard to compare tables these days because.

I have seen one manufacturer's wholesale offerings and in 250 unit minimums, an android tablet with all the bells and whistles is less than 30.00.

Costs per unit can be far below the retail selling price and people love bargains so they buy cheap products and often suffer for it.
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