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General New Flytouch Custom ROM Funnycomb Beta 4

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Rabid1, Sep 11, 2011.

  1. Rabid1

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    This modified Android 2.2 Tim5A with theme and wallpaper from Honeycomb is working on EVERY tablet with DISCO10 motherboard, doesn't matter if it is Superpad III or Flytouch 3 or Haipad or MA1002 or Ibex tablet.
     
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    No it doesn't, and yes it does matter which tablet you have.

    It WILL brick the wifi on some models, I just hope your claim will be held up when your customers have to return models back to you which have been bricked by using this rom.

    And this rom is specifically branded Ibex & apad.tv, so if any tablet bricked by using this rom was not bought from Ibex resellers, then I bet they will not be covered by any warranty right? Unless they bought them from you.

    Have a nice day. :)
     
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    I have tested randomly 10 tablets from my stock, and loaded this firmware, I can confirm that all is OK and my tablet will be NOT bricked.
    Maybe other sellers will experience this problem, so waht is recommended to do a test on tablets being sold by them.

    Anyway, I know that tablets sold by me have really high quality and Tim5A and FunyComb works perfectly.

    Probably Ibex and my tablets have the same motherboard manufacturer.
     
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    But you just posted this not too long ago.

    So which is truth and which is not? If it voids the warranty why would you be posting here that a custom rom is working, without a disclaimer that using it would void your warranty? Isn't that just setting users up for problems?
     
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    As You said - long time ago ;-)

    I do read carefully all forums, not english only, russian (as I know russian language), chinese as well and I've found a solution, everything is OK now. It was a small error in a firmware configuration, nothing wrong with the hardware.
     
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    So if someone flashes custom firmware and bricks it, you will still stand behind the warranty on your pads?
     
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    I see that you are not giving up, but I know that you are Ibex fanboi ;-)

    really, I can't understand why you don't understand that Ibex has exactly the same motherboards like others !

    My questions is:

    If someone will flash the Ibex tablet and will brick it, will the Ibex still stay behind the warranty ?
     
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    Yes, Their official resellers do and will and they support ROM development and Tim's firmware. Their customer support will recommend flashing to Tim's roms if their is an issue with the stock. I do not own an Ibex. So please answer my question. Does flashing a custom ROM onto a Flytouch purchased from you void the warranty?

    You have posted conflicting information previously and I am just asking you to clarify. First it was hardware then it was software, then you post that the custom firmware works after stating that custom firmware voids your warranty.

    If it is in the settings.apk then what is the fix for people having the issue now? Will flashing a new firmware with a bootloader fix it? Will replacing the settings.apk from the same revision ix the issue? What was your reason for saying it was a hardware issue? You say firmware will be available in a couple of days, from where/who?

    Also I ask you not try to misrepresent what I have said:

    I said not so long ago. It was only 12 days ago.
     
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    Enought time to find a solution ;-)

    Yes, I do accept a warranty if someone will use a custom ROM as it doesn't affect tablets being sold be me.

    I have a special support website for my Customers.

    I do provide a full UK support for my Customers and in case of the warranty issues, they don't have to send a tablet at
     
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    I do wish you would take your issues to your own forum though, and if you haven't got one, go & make one, Ibex & CG did and look where they are compared to you.

    Thank you.
     
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    We should stay focused on solving technical problems and provide real support.
     
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    So what is the solution? You say you have it and there are people who need it. It does affect tablets sold by you, you said so yourself.
     
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    ...as I said - this solution is for my customers only.
     
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    Gentlemen, I'm removed most of the confrontational phrases and words from your posts because they make these device forums a not so pleasant place to visit, and because they are against user guidelines here at Android Forums.

    I will now lock the thread, as it appears to have run its course. I respectfully request that the subject matter of this thread not be re-posted in new threads or brought into other existing threads. ;)

    A friendly reminder to any member who has a device or accessories to sell: http://androidforums.com/classifieds/


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