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Old April 19th, 2011, 09:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm shocked as to the lack of posts here of this particular tablet...it's fairly cheap ($80 and found on eBay easily).

Anyway, I wondered if anyone here could help me. I wanted to root this device and also put Market on it.

Basically, it's a cheap tablet that I decided to try. It came from China, shipped and made there, and comes with a real version of Android 2.2. However, Market is not included in this version. Some other Chinese alternative was added instead...I kept wondering why it didn't want to register my Gmail account. So would applying a GAPPs to the tablet resolve my issue? I'd just like Market...I can work my way from there. And does anyone know of any root methods or any ROMs available for this tablet?

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I just got this device, I'd love for some help on this... Rooting it seems like the best bet to make it better. Any help please???

**EDIT: I found the solution to my problem:


Go to this website

http://techknow.freeforums.org/roms-f87.html

donwload this rom: WM8650_Android2.2_1.2.2_20110409 *LATEST*

descompress it and copy all the files in the root of the sd card. then turn off the table put the card and turn on the table (with full battery) then wait some 5 min and you will have a new and better operating system.

For more detail read that forum!

------------ I am upgrading now, so far no problems, I'll post an update when it's all done.
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Okay--- that one does NOT work... all it does it get stuck on the loading screen... I was referred to another ROM, testing it in a sec, but someone else told me they had my problem but got it fixed with this one. So let's keep our fingers crossed!

Another ROM down, still nothing. Boo.

One more to go before I start really getting upset.
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Final update: NOTHING works with this device. Nothing seems to work properly or at all.

My tablet now is just a blank screen when I try to boot it up, if I try to flash a new rom on it it just says "Beginning to Upgrade ..." and hangs there till I reboot, where it does the same thing again.

I repeat, nothing properly works and you should just stick to what it comes with.
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Oh wow...well thanks Xeroblaqk!

Thanks for every one of your posts for trying and ruining your tablet in the long run...sorry.

Well thanks for letting me know every step of the way what happened! At least now I know to not use that. Have you gotten it to work again or is it still kinda broke? I keep thinking that if I play around with it, I may get it to work, but I really don't want to destroy it no matter how crappy it is.

Although...I am wondering if you've been able to get a real working Android Market onto the device yet. I want that at least and not this crummy Chinese one they gave me.
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Not working still, I keep trying different ROMS, nothing. I'm gonna have to re-send it to the seller in China to get a replacement. I've learned my lesson trying to mod these shitty tablets. lol.
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Ndh077 I have this tablet and absolutely love it!! The features are amazing and performs Much better than the $250.00 Velocity Cruz. The missing Android app store is a Small detail. Download and install the Amazon app store. I use freewarelovers.com and getandroidstuff.com to download any app I want not on Amazon. Found more than a few apps on those sites that aren't in the Android app store (have it on my Minipad 7" tablet.) Sure that with those 2 sites and the App this will be a tablet you will really enjoy.
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Yup, it is a nifty little tablet, can't wait to get my replacement.
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UPDATE: Finally had my bricked tablet sent off, and instantly the seller sent my replacement! It should be here in 8-13 days, can't wait!
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Just got this device for my son. Right out of the box it is constantly locking up on me. Has anyone found any way to patch this device without bricking it? Seems to lock up a lot while using the browser and also even when starting up. The Loading... screen freezes and I have to force restart again to get to the desktop. What a disappointment. I expected it to be slow for the price, but I still expected it to function.

Like the OP I tried installing both Froyo Market and GMAIL APK files. both installed ok but neither will launch. The screen flashes white and then nothing.
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Just got this device for my son. Right out of the box it is constantly locking up on me. Has anyone found any way to patch this device without bricking it? Seems to lock up a lot while using the browser and also even when starting up. The Loading... screen freezes and I have to force restart again to get to the desktop. What a disappointment. I expected it to be slow for the price, but I still expected it to function.

Like the OP I tried installing both Froyo Market and GMAIL APK files. both installed ok but neither will launch. The screen flashes white and then nothing.
Weird; my first attempt at this Tablet I got ZERO errors until I decided to try and get a new ROM on it. There are plenty other App Markets out there I recommend you trying, such as the Amazon App Market, just google it.

I'm still waiting for my replacement model, should be here soon thankfully and I'll toy around with this one (but I refuse to try and get a new ROM on it, not worth bricking it again!)

I'm not exactly sure what is wrong with yours compared to the one I had, like I said, I experienced no issues, it wasn't the fastest tablet around but for me, it wasn't slow.
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I got one of these this week, like the guy above ( on ebay-about 50.) It's nice so far and basically does what i want it to which is to read pdfs and docs...it would be nice to be able to sync my google account to app market though...I don't know how to set it up. When I try to install an app it doesnt. Does anyone know how I get it to work???
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I got one of these this week, like the guy above ( on ebay-about 50.) It's nice so far and basically does what i want it to which is to read pdfs and docs...it would be nice to be able to sync my google account to app market though...I don't know how to set it up. When I try to install an app it doesnt. Does anyone know how I get it to work???
It currently does not support the Android Market, even though it is 2.2, the device manufacturer uses a Chinese rip off. Use the Amazon App Market or another one that is available.
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Thanks for the info... I'm new to the exciting world of android mids but i love mine so far....
Just been reading some forum stuff about "rooting" the device...I have an apk called "market enable". Do you know about rooting or using this market enable device????
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Not exactly experienced with this kind of stuff.
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I just receive an WM8650 Tablet but no user manual... does someone know how or where to download or get one?? Thank you
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Sorry noel, no manual online that I could find. I do have a hard copy if there is something you want to know about I will be happy to look it up for you.
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I finally found an image for the WM8650 7" Android tablet (non 3G) that makes the tablet rock! Installation is super easy but does wipe the device. Backup any data you want to keep. You will also need an SD card you can format. The difference in loading this ROM is night and day. No more strange Chinese apps, no more lockups or unexplained reboots and access to the real Android Market directly on the PC. Any apps I paid for on my Android Phone were available for download to the tablet now too!


Download Uberoid ROM.
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Download SD Formatter and install it on a Windows PC.
SD Formatter 3.0 for SD/SDHC/SDXC - SD Association

Connect the SD card to your computer and use the SD formatter to create an empty FAT32 volume.

Unzip the Uberoid download to an empty folder on your PC first, then copy the files onto the SD card. (for some reason extraction directly to the SD card failed on me)

The wmt_scriptcmd file and FirmwareInstall folder should be on the root of the card.

With the android tablet turned off, insert the SD card, and turn it back on.

During startup the android tablet will read the SD card and install the firmware. It took about 4 minutes for the process to complete before the device rebooted into the new OS. Watch the screen because the SD card must be ejected when the firmware installation completes or the upgrade will run again after the device restarts.

After installation I went into the applications list and found an app for fixing the market. I was then able to go into the regular Android Market after setting up my WiFi connection. I found it necessary to search for GMail in the market to update the version contained in the ROM image. After doing that I was able to access GMail on the tablet.

Everything else I did was related to setting up the environment the way I like such as using ADW Launcher as my default launcher. Moving icons around etc.

* Note that there is a large clock widget on the home screen that will prevent you from putting icons on the desktop, I removed that.

Overall this improved the device 1000%. I was really disappointed in the tablet and now I am extremely happy with it.

Clarification: Others have been reporting that they have tried the information I have posted, some with success and others without success. Make sure your loading the right ROM for your device. The Tech Know web site has many ROMs to try. My device has a blue LED, WiFi Only and is 7 inches. If your device does not fit that description, you can still follow my upgrade instructions but you need a different ROM.
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I am basically a 64yr old Grandma that is trying to get into the modern world. I bought one of these tablets, installed Googlemail so I got the market icon and downloaded some games.My problem is when I pressed the menu button the camera came on and I cant shift it so I cant get to my applications. The camera settings are at the side where the menu button should be.
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Overall this improved the device 1000%. I was really disappointed in the tablet and now I am extremely happy with it.
i installd on my device and the touch screen is not respunding
no touch omg i tryd over 3 times i try and nothing
please help im begging help me
i think my device with 3g
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Norfolklady, just press the physical button, or the camera screen has a back button you can press as well.

Eran, if you have the 3G model you need a different ROM. Don't worry, I had accidentally tried to load the 3G on my unit and it put it in endless bootup animation. You just need the right ROM to put on your SD card. Try this one.

Uberoid_WM8650_2.2_v1.2.2_NL_20110414_8-HcH.7z
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Just in case you have a different unit than you suspect, here is the site where I found these ROMs: HcH'z TechKnow [www.HcH.net.tc] - View forum - Tablets

Registration for the site is required, but free. There is support for many models of the WM 8650, seems you need to go by the LED, mine is blue. If you have green then the link in my last post is what you need.
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I think I took you up the wrong path before. At the side of the screen there is the camera button, the browser button and 3 crosses in the middle. I seem to have lost my menu button .Any help please
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OK, sounds like you chose ADW Launcher as your launcher. The "crosses" are where you can add icons by dragging them onto those plus signs. Long press on the desktop, then you can choose Launcher Actions.Next click on Open/close App Drawer. You will now have the missing icon on your desktop. Drag that icon onto one of the plus signs or over either of the other icons to replace them.
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Chris, there is another feature of ADW that I love but it can bite you if you don't know about it. Where you have your five program icons, you can "flick" those icons up to reveal a hidden second drawer of icons. I first did this on my Android phone and thought I lost all my icons. I had trouble flicking the menu back down and could not find my app drawer (just like you). So I made sure I added the Open/Close to that second row of icons. I put a market icon on there too. On these devices it seems easy enough to flick up but not down. If you click on Settings, then More, then ADW Settings, you can disable the hidden drawer.
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Thanks Mark,
Done all that still cant find my menu icon. The man we bought it from is sending some Firmware in the morning, whatever that is lol. If it is needed cant understand why he did not put it on to start with. Told you I know nought lol.
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Chris, the firmware is the original image of the unit. You can grab that now if you want from the site I linked to above. You put that software on an SD car and boot up with the card inserted. The device will default to the out of box state. Stick with it, you can figure this out.

This link should be for your firmware: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=DOBPUEW1
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i tried to install using the link u hav posted (Uberoid_WM8650_2.2_v1.2.2_NL_20110414_8-HcH.7z )

unfortunetly i hav ended with endless boot animation with uberoid logo on screen, my device has blue led and while charging it has red, plese help before i end up bricking my device...
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Have you tried the rom from post #17?
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I'm kinda giving up on this device...I think I'll just sell it to someone on Craigslist or something. The problems that I have with it are below:
-Not easy to get Android Market on it (not the Chinese one, the one that comes standard on American Android devices)
-Not easy to root (not too much information is out there on the web for this device)
-Touchscreen was scratched when I got it and it doesn't respond to body heat like other touchscreens do
-Turns itself on every now and then even though I haven't touched it
-It's really bulky
-Buttons are pretty cheaply made and seem easy to break
-Not enough mega-pixels in camera for me
-Battery is terrible
-Wifi turns itself off and there's no easy way to turn it back on
-Some of the options are in Chinese and can't be made for any other language, such as English

Now it does have some good features but all of these combined really isn't what I had in mind. I could deal with a few of these, but this is too much for me and the part about not having any support from anyone else really is not something that I like.

Some of the things I do like about it are:
-Since it's a legit version of Android, you can install real Android apps from the SD card that you get from the market in .apk format
-USB and Ethernet adapter was something that I really liked
-Wifi and 3G were nice features but I did have a few problems with each
-Nice widgets and nice lockscreen
-Nice blue LED
-Liked having two slots for SD card, one for traditional micro SD and another for camera SD (EDIT: Doesn't have two but one SD card slot for traditional SD cards like those that come from our phones.)
-Has Bluetooth? (Can't remember if it does or not)
-a few others that are minors on my list

For someone who doesn't care about the stuff listed above, this will be a good tablet for them for a good price. For me, it's not. I'll sell it and go buy a Samsung Galaxy or something.

Thanks for the help, tips, and information though guys.
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ndh, sounds like you got a lemon. My seller was very upfront and listed the screen as:
7" TFT LCD Resistance touch screen
Not Retina touch screen,so don't compare with iPad

You mention buttons not working, I only have the one iPad like physical button, plus the power button. All the screen buttons carry the same TFT limitations but work for me. It also sounds like your ROM is original, if you can find a replacement ROM for your unit on the TechKnow web site (linked above) then you would absolutley get rid of any Chinese characters. Those are part of the installed ROM. Turning WiFi on and off is easy on my tablet, I gave myself an icon for it. Having it drop randomly is an indication you don't have the right driver for yours, again an issue with your ROM. The market I discovered will only show items compatible with the device. So some items may be missing. One really sweet feature I discovered is you can browse the market on a PC at https://market.android.com. Log in with the same GMail as on the tablet. You can then select to install items to the tablet and they will automatically push down to the tablet as long as the WiFi is turned on. You mention your model has 3G so that also confirms you have a different model than me.

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thanks mark,
i tried again with gamefront link (WM8650_1.3.0_HoneyCombMOD_20110510-HcH.7z) it worked.... but i cant figure out what was the problem

i was think can we upgrade it to android latest version honeycomb version.

one morething i didnt got the manual with it just i wanna know can we make calls?? i cant find any sim card slot on the device...
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ndh, sounds like you got a lemon. My seller was very upfront and listed the screen as:
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Not Retina touch screen,so don't compare with iPad


You mention buttons not working, I only have the one iPad like physical button, plus the power button. All the screen buttons carry the same TFT limitations but work for me. It also sounds like your ROM is original, if you can find a replacement ROM for your unit on the TechKnow web site (linked above) then you would absolutley get rid of any Chinese characters. Those are part of the installed ROM. Turning WiFi on and off is easy on my tablet, I gave myself an icon for it. Having it drop randomly is an indication you don't have the right driver for yours, again an issue with your ROM. The market I discovered will only show items compatible with the device. So some items may be missing. One really sweet feature I discovered is you can browse the market on a PC at https://market.android.com. Log in with the same GMail as on the tablet. You can then select to install items to the tablet and they will automatically push down to the tablet as long as the WiFi is turned on. You mention your model has 3G so that also confirms you have a different model than me.


Wow....thank you. You gave me some hope in this thing. As the guy above me mentioned, is honeycomb possible?

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thanks mark,
i tried again with gamefront link (WM8650_1.3.0_HoneyCombMOD_20110510-HcH.7z) it worked.... but i cant figure out what was the problem

i was think can we upgrade it to android latest version honeycomb version.

one morething i didnt got the manual with it just i wanna know can we make calls?? i cant find any sim card slot on the device...
You can make calls via an app for VOIP and you'll need a headset with a microphone and obviously a data connection.
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i knw that i can use voip such as skype, nimbuzz, etc.... actually i mean to say how can i make call using 3g network service provider such as vodafone.....

i think u cant u a headset with mic coz its 3.5mm port doesnt support and it doesnt hav any specific port for mic we hav to use internal mic....
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i knw that i can use voip such as skype, nimbuzz, etc.... actually i mean to say how can i make call using 3g network service provider such as vodafone.....

i think u cant u a headset with mic coz its 3.5mm port doesnt support and it doesnt hav any specific port for mic we hav to use internal mic....
Actually you can. When I had my iPod Touch, I had a standard headphone jack much like the one on our tablets. I got a headphone with a built in microphone from one of my older phones and I was able to make calls, receive, listen, and talk through the headset and my iPod through VOIP. I forgot there was a built in microphone though so you might be able to do it without this headset.

As for 3G, I heard that all you do is take your device into your desired carrier or call them and have it activated somehow. Explain that you have a tablet you bought and want to activate it with their service and they'll ask you questions such as serial numbers, model number, etc.

I read somewhere on the net about hacking the tablet and receiving free 3G service from all over. If you do a quick Google search, it might come up.
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i hav already tried with my nokia headset it doesnt work on my tab it doesnt work and as far as i know in india it is impossible to get a 3g service with out carrier sim card and if ur saying hacking it with out carrier sim card nobody will belive it still i will google if u have link please forward it.
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The developer of that ROM is working on Honeycomb. For now I am just happy to have it all work and in English without the lockups. Take note of which ROM worked for you and then monitor the Tech Know website for updates. The developer seems to have a wide range of test units to play with. Another site to keep an eye on is ultimate droid. Tablets - The Ultimate Droid - Forums They only have 2 tablets on there now but might get more. Their image turned my original droid (work phone) from something I wanted to smash into a phone I actually like.
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mark, i think we have same device because ROM which you were successful with it worked for my device too which mean we have same type of device
i couldnt find which device i m using i m bit confused i just knw i m using wm8650

i have visited that website thay have Uberoid WM8650 1.3.0 HYBRiD HoneyCombMOD v5 ROM uploaded so what r we using is it the v4 or v5??

i have seen on few website selling tablet with android 3.0 honeycomb
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i hav already tried with my nokia headset it doesnt work on my tab it doesnt work and as far as i know in india it is impossible to get a 3g service with out carrier sim card and if ur saying hacking it with out carrier sim card nobody will belive it still i will google if u have link please forward it.
Oh. No you can't do that. 3G connectivity simply means data. Data and voice are two different types of services and phone companies, at least in the U.S., will tell you that you may not have a data connection even though you have voice coverage implying they are different signals. As far as I know and found, this tablet does not have voice capability.

As for Android 3.0 Gingerbread, how is it running?
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@markdmac, thank you.

I was able to successfully root my device as well as get Android 3.0 or at least it looks that way. Hell, the device looks better than I imagined it could.

Thank you very much, the information you gave was exact, easy, and very helpful.

While I am very happy with the change, I think I'm still going to sell it and save up for a better tablet. It really is nice but I think I have better, brand name ones, in mind. I know this thread will definitely help others. But I wanted to stop by and give you a special thank you.

Like amrit_009, I had to use the Uberoid WM8650 1.3.0 HYBRiD HoneyCombMOD v5 instead of the Blue LED one.

Good luck to everyone else on their newly rooted tablets!
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Thanks so much. I thought i had bought (another) heap of junk. I couldnt get it to download apps etc etc, now after following your instructions it works perfect.
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But I've been playing around with the tablet for the last day or so and I come to find out that the wifi doesn't work. Like, I'll turn it on, and it says it's turning on and scanning, then it gives me a small notification in the middle of the screen (the gray, small kind) and says something like "can't find access points, turning off." Then just turns off...

Anyone else have/had this problem? I'd really like to get it fixed if possible.
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I am really glad I was able to share the information I had found and it has helped others with similar devices.

ndh777, as I didn't create the ROM I can't really offer any advice of substance other than recommend you try posting in the Tech Know forums. The developer of those ROMs seems to be really eager to help and he might be able to give you an APK for the original wireless drivers from your device. I have had no problems with WiFi on my son's tablet.
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Folks,

I picked up a Wondermedia WM8650 10" tablet in Shenzhen China and as others pointed out, many of the applications are geared towards Chinese and the operating system has issues preventing this device from being ready for prime time. I read Mark' instuctions on how to download the new OS onto a freshly formatted SD Flash and proceeded to reflash my tablet. However, after 10 minutes of no activity on the device. I recycled power, but to no avail. The unit turns on (blue LED back light is on), but nothing else.

I tried placing the 3G version on the flash, but it too did nothing. Is my Tablet roached?

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Hi Rickey, it seems that there are many devices that report themselves as WM8650. As pointed out above, mine is a 7 inch non 3G.

Your best bet is to check the Tech Know website for a 10 inch ROM version. I noted there are some FlyTouch 10" ROMs posted. You could give those a try and see if any will run on your device.

The bad news is that your device is CURRENTLY not working. The good news is that you can continue to try ROMs to get it to a working state and there are still ROM choices you can try.
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Mark,

Thanks, I have tried different builds without any success. I suspect that it might be my 32 GIG SDFLASH? It formats good, but since I have utterly nothing after flashing I am growing more suspect of the memory.

Anymore ideas whould appreciated.

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After installing Uberoid for WM8650... It's clear that this Tablet is AMAZING for the price... Uberoid turned this somewhat slower tablet with no Android Market access into the full deal... just added "Thumb Keyboard" to it and with that, and the new rom, I'm speeding through messages/websites.
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I am new in this forum. I just puchased 7" MID tablet
Model number: WonderMedia WM8650
Android Version: 2.2
Kernel Version: 2.6.32.9-default
Buid number: generic-eng 2.2 Froyo ver 1.3.0-20110417.102309
Led: Blue

Everything is working fine except MICROPHONE.

I tried myRecorder program to record some words for testing. It show like, it is recording but when I play recorded file. It has crapy sound sooo soo..

I greatly appreciate, if some one help to fix this issue.

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I'm kinda giving up on this device...I think I'll just sell it to someone on Craigslist or something. The problems that I have with it are below:
-Not easy to get Android Market on it (not the Chinese one, the one that comes standard on American Android devices)
-Not easy to root (not too much information is out there on the web for this device)
-Touchscreen was scratched when I got it and it doesn't respond to body heat like other touchscreens do
-Turns itself on every now and then even though I haven't touched it
-It's really bulky
-Buttons are pretty cheaply made and seem easy to break
-Not enough mega-pixels in camera for me
-Battery is terrible
-Wifi turns itself off and there's no easy way to turn it back on
-Some of the options are in Chinese and can't be made for any other language, such as English

Now it does have some good features but all of these combined really isn't what I had in mind. I could deal with a few of these, but this is too much for me and the part about not having any support from anyone else really is not something that I like.

Some of the things I do like about it are:
-Since it's a legit version of Android, you can install real Android apps from the SD card that you get from the market in .apk format
-USB and Ethernet adapter was something that I really liked
-Wifi and 3G were nice features but I did have a few problems with each
-Nice widgets and nice lockscreen
-Nice blue LED
-Liked having two slots for SD card, one for traditional micro SD and another for camera SD (EDIT: Doesn't have two but one SD card slot for traditional SD cards like those that come from our phones.)
-Has Bluetooth? (Can't remember if it does or not)
-a few others that are minors on my list

For someone who doesn't care about the stuff listed above, this will be a good tablet for them for a good price. For me, it's not. I'll sell it and go buy a Samsung Galaxy or something.

Thanks for the help, tips, and information though guys.
You say you liked the 3G... You didn't happen to figure out how to set it up, did you? Because I don't know what to put in all those fields and the WiFi on this thing is SO TERRIBLE, that I couldn't even get a signal sitting in an internet cafe! (And no bluetooth access either) My phone provider is T-mobile and thus requires a sim card (which there is not slot for in the tablet), if that's any helpful information. Thanks in advance for your reply...

Incidentally, indeed, the Android Market thing probably infuriates me about this slow piece of junk (with a ridiculously undersensitive screen) more than anything else. I don't have access to the market from my PC either, because this tablet is my first and ONLY android device, and Google refuses to acknowledge that I've added me email on the danged thing. I've tried over a dozen different copies of the Market apk, multiple versions as well, half won't install, the other half won't run... *Siiigghh* What's the point of an Android device if you can't access Android apps?! All of the afore-mentioned alternatives don't have the apps I want most, and when I search online, all I find is shop after shop after shop that redirects me to the Android Market to download.

Good thing this thing is at LEAST good for reading and comic books. else-wise I'd SURELY send it back.
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You say you liked the 3G... You didn't happen to figure out how to set it up, did you? Because I don't know what to put in all those fields and the WiFi on this thing is SO TERRIBLE, that I couldn't even get a signal sitting in an internet cafe! (And no bluetooth access either) My phone provider is T-mobile and thus requires a sim card (which there is not slot for in the tablet), if that's any helpful information. Thanks in advance for your reply...

Incidentally, indeed, the Android Market thing probably infuriates me about this slow piece of junk (with a ridiculously undersensitive screen) more than anything else. I don't have access to the market from my PC either, because this tablet is my first and ONLY android device, and Google refuses to acknowledge that I've added me email on the danged thing. I've tried over a dozen different copies of the Market apk, multiple versions as well, half won't install, the other half won't run... *Siiigghh* What's the point of an Android device if you can't access Android apps?! All of the afore-mentioned alternatives don't have the apps I want most, and when I search online, all I find is shop after shop after shop that redirects me to the Android Market to download.

Good thing this thing is at LEAST good for reading and comic books. else-wise I'd SURELY send it back.
Read the above posts and one of my last 3 posts and you will find out that I was able to get the thing rooted, get an even better version of Android on it, as well as the REAL Android Market on it. I don't hate it as much as I used it. It's actually kinda nice now, thanks to Mark for the help!

What I mean by liking the 3G is the ability to use 3G however I never turned it on. The Wifi doesn't work for me after the root though so be cautious. I read in the handbook that came with the device only runs on select CDMA networks.

Basically, T-Mobile is on a GSM network and uses a SIM card. CDMA networks are Verizon, Sprint, MetroPCS, and a few others. These do not have SIM cards so you have to take it into a store and have it activated or call them up. I'm sure a simple 3G plan through one of these guys shouldn't be more than $30 a month with no contract if you'd like to check. You can try taking it into a T-Mobile store and telling them that it has 3G capability and that you'd like to add it. They may be able to help you and activate it themselves. I'd suggest physically going into the store. Don't call them cause they can't see the device.

But read through this thread. EVERYONE has been really helpful and the tablet has become not perfect but much better than it was.

I completely understand your frustration. When I wrote that particular post you replied to, I was ready to smash this thing and make a YouTube video out of it. But the tablet runs MUCH faster and much nicer. The sensitivity screen still bugs me because you should probably use a stylus or pen to use the screen and not your fingers. Or use your fingernail. As for the Wifi...check the forum that Mark left for us. Something about tech...com It is a bit more helpful than everyone here too.

If you have any problems, which you really shouldn't, please do feel free to come back here, private message me, ask others, ask here on this thread, etc. about any problems you encounter. We will be more than happy to help you.

Good luck and know you're not alone.

EDIT: I'm sorry. Rooting means that you hacked the device. Hacking it allows you to do all sorts of things with it. Usually involves customizing the device to look different ways, run faster, run better, etc. Rooting is common on Android devices.

Please do not let this affect your view on Android devices. I have an HTC Evo 4G (the first 4G phone from Sprint) and it is amazing. I have fallen in love with Android since I got my first Android phone last year. It is a great operating system.

I have another way of installing apps onto the tablet. By downloading them from third party websites such as forums like this one, XDA forums, torrents, MegaFile, other users...you can take the file which is in a .apk format and move it from one Android device to another using the SD card. If yours is like mine, you probably didn't get an SD card. I highly recommend picking up a card for cheap like a 2GB or something at a grocery store for like $10. 2-4GB should be enough for any new Android user. I'm currently using a 4GB in this tablet and a 16GB SD card in my Evo although I need a new one cause it's full lol But anyway yeah. If you'd like more information on the whole installing apps, I can help you via PM (Private Message) as some of the stuff is so long to discuss here. If you don't mind, I could even send you some basic apps through e-mail that you might be interested in and you can download them from your computer to your tablet easily and quickly.

As for using the internet's Android market, I personally never tried it. Do you have a Google account? Or maybe a Gmail account? If you have either, you should be allowed to get on. I think you need a Gmail account. I tried adding my Google account which is like this "XXXX@yahoo.com" instead of a "XXXX@gmail.com". If you have a Gmail account, you should be able to get on. If not, try contacting Google support either by phone or by e-mail. You can find their contact info by Google searching "Google support contact" and a phone number and/or e-mail should appear.

If they don't have either, you can also head on over to Google help and post a thread there asking for help getting into the Android store online.
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I am new in this forum. I just puchased 7" MID tablet
Model number: WonderMedia WM8650
Android Version: 2.2
Kernel Version: 2.6.32.9-default
Buid number: generic-eng 2.2 Froyo ver 1.3.0-20110417.102309
Led: Blue

Everything is working fine except MICROPHONE.

I tried myRecorder program to record some words for testing. It show like, it is recording but when I play recorded file. It has crapy sound sooo soo..

I greatly appreciate, if some one help to fix this issue.

Thank you
I'm not exactly sure nor does anyone else here.

Sorry for the late reply, I didn't see your response. You can wait around and see if anyone knows anything or do some more Google searches. There is a huge lack of information for this tablet though. Perhaps trying the other forum that Mark suggested? They might be more knowledgeable. The mod there was actually able to hack the tablet so he probably knows it inside and out.
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