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Onda tablet V811 firmware update - m3-chip driver not found

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Onda tablet V811 firmware update - m3-chip driver not found

Hi guys,

I´m having problems with data access in my onda tablet. Looking for a solution in onda oficial site i found a firmware update.

Diferent of other updates, that have SD installation, the last one is a image that need to be flashed to the hardware.

Translating the chinese instructions, i installed the phoenixsuit in my windows, and conect the tablet to the computer.

I have try the instalation in all computer of my family (windows 8 64bit, windows 7 64biy, windows 7 32 bit, and windows xp (portuguese) 32 bits running in a vmware fusion machine.

All the computers, when i connect the tablet, recognize it with M3-chip, and no driver is installed and the flash tool do no work.

I try anoter flash solution, the Livesuit, but the computer continue showing m3-chip in hardware manager, with the same m3-chip "driver no found".

I try the aml tool too, and the m3-chip is recognize whem i point the install driver to the usbdrive folder, instaling a drive, and reconizin a hardware in main screen.

I need help to know:

1- The phoenixsuit and the drivers runs only in XP in english?

2- may i use the AML flash tool to flash this firmware? How? the aml asked me a image with .aml extension. It´s right? we have a specific image format to use with aml?

Thanks
Date: Oct 30, 2013   



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