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Support error 301 for system update on my new flytouch 2

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by cynnie, May 26, 2011.

  1. cynnie

    cynnie New Member
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    Can anyone help me with support on my new flytouch 2 superpad??? I have error 301 when checking for system updates and need to know how to fix this error. I am going to send it back if I can't find some answers and I really do like it but I need technical support somewhere. :thinking:
     

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  2. wiewiorcwaniak

    wiewiorcwaniak Well-Known Member
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    I was having the same issue on my SuperPad 2 but i strongly recomend using modded roms that is much better than the branded roms.
     
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  3. cynnie

    cynnie New Member
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    Thank you for your reply but I do not understand what I need to do? Sorry
     
  4. cynnie

    cynnie New Member
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    everytime I turn on my flytouch 3 I get the following error message:

    The application Google Framework (process com.google.process.gapps) has stopped unexpectedly. Please try again.

    What does this mean how what do I do to try again. Thanks
     
  5. bigbaldbloke

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    I think you'll find that the update facility is left over from the old Flytouch systems - it doesn't work and probably won't again.

    With these tablets, you need to download a ROM zip file and extract the 2 files inside to the root directory of your SD card. Then just re-boot your tablet with the card in and follow the on-screen instructions. Once it tells you to re-start, eject the card, start the tablet up &, once it's booted, pop the card back in & delete the 2 files.

    Usual warnings apply - back up your files first as you'll be left with just the new operating system. No apps, no data. And only do this when plugged into the mains.
     
  6. ely1999

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    Wow! Too dificult for me, im not a computer saby
     

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