Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Sumvision Cyclone Voyager 7' 4.2.2 firmware 1.2b revision February 2014

First you have to download the Sumvision Cyclone Voyager 7' 4.2.2 firmware 1.2b revision from here, here or from here. Next, download the Rockchip Batch Tool v1.7 from here.
Now put the Pipo S1 tablet into 'firmware update mode', run the Rockchip Batch Tool v1.7, select the update.img file and press 'Restore' button. Wait for 4-5 minutes and that's it. First boot takes longer, about 5 minutes, so plse be patient.

Build details:

- Fixes the CPU Speed, so it runs at 1.6ghz
- Android Jelly bn 4.2.2
- Kernel 3.0.36+
- WiFi, camera and G sensor work just fine;
- Languages: all
- preinstalled gapps
- not rooted
- over 14.000 points in Antutu Benchmark.
- HDMI is working perfectly
- Build : rk30sdk-eng 4.2.2 JDQ39 eng.root20140211.123608 test-

The siest way to root this firmware version and to install CWM 6.0.31
Plse watch the second for details.

1. Install the driver for the tablet. In my case, I have 8 x64 bit, I had to follow this tutorial. Better download Rockusb drivers v.3.5 from this post.
2. From settings enable USB Debuggibg on your Pipo S1 tablet. Download and install Moborobo or PdaNet from here. Run one of these apps to make sure that your tablet diver is correctly installed.
3. Run UnlockRoot Pro v.3.36 and press 'Root' button. It will ask to root it againg and choose 'yes' option. Finally the tablet will reboot and you're done. Now you have root acces. Or simply root using this tutorial.
4. To install the CWM plse follow the update steps from this post. Then download CWM from here or from here and copy it as it is on a micro SD card, install Quick Boot free from Play store, reboot into recovery, then choose 'install zip from sd card' and apply the new CWM zip file from your card. Enjoy CWM on your tablet!

BTW, don't forget to calibrate your battery using this tutorial.

Credits for this firmware go to Cristian Czinege

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.Root & CWM

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