Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Android Jelly Bn 4.2.2 Test Build v3.1 firmware installed on Pipo S1 tablet

[Update] Here we go with the install instructions:

1. Download the firmware from here, here or here. Unzip the archive.
2. Download the SD files from here, here or here. Unzip the archive and copy the 2 files (1._Oma RK30 JB 4.2.2 Format NAND.zip & 2._Oma_JB_4.2.2_v3.2_Pipo_S1_wifi_fix.zip) to your micro SD card. Insert the SD card into your Pipo S1 tablet.
3. Put Pipo S1 tablet in firmware update mode and then run RKAndroidTool.exe; lve all the fields checked, press 'ErasaIDB' button, wait for the proccess to finish and the press 'Run' button.
4. Wait for the firmware to install (about 4 minutes), it will automatically boot into recovery. Here you have to choose to install zip from your SD card, in the this exactly order: 1._Oma RK30 JB 4.2.2 Format NAND.zip & 2._Oma_JB_4.2.2_v3.2_Pipo_S1_wifi_fix.zip. Then use the CWM line to reboot the tablet.
5. Wait for tablet to boot and enjoy this new firmware with working wifi.

All credits go to Oma

Thanks to Oma, now we can enjoy Android Jelly Bn 4.2.2 on our Pipo S1 tablet. I'll be back with the instructions.

- System ext4
- CWM recovery
- Internal Storage 2,5 GB
- external SD mounted as NAND (up to 64 GB)
- TabletUI & Multiuser
- Ethernet & Hotspot Support
- Init.d support
- USB-Hub enabled
- Gamepad (PS2, XBox, ...)
- Kernel modules (cifs, tun, lan, )
- Device spoofed as 7
- Gameloft/Asphalt 7 compatible
- latest hosts, su, su-binary, busybox
- MX -Player, Play Music & Volume+
- Reboot Menue, Kernel Tuner, Pimp My Rom, Hide Task-Bar
- Dateimanager HD (Root)
- Nova Launcher

Always keep in mind that this is not a review, just a first sight of this firmware. You have to test it more for another details, to see if it satisfies your needs.

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