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27th June 2014, 06:23 AM |#1  
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I purchased Howen Mobile Data Terminal for Taxi Dispatch.

Model - Hero-MDT-AT1
CPU - A10, ARM Cortex-A8 Core, Main Frequency 1.2GHz
Memory - DDR3, 512M
Flash - NAND Flash
OS - Android 4.0.4
Screen - 7" TFT-LCD
Resolution - 800 x 480
Touch Screen - Four-Line Resistance type touch screen

Android 4.0.4) last month. I need to change bootloader logo, splash screen and boot-animation, tried to change them. I got boot-animation changed, following procedures in web.

Then I tried to change splash screen logo (initlogo.rle in /dev/block/nandc <following procedures in website>)
Encounter a bootloop problem, so i tried to trace back to original state, but get stuck. I cant escape from recovery mode, I didn't install CWM.
The device has buttons (home, volume-up, volume-down, Ok) and no battery.
When I tried to get in recovery mode(volume-up + Ok), it shows " Formatting /Cache... ; Formatting /Data...; Rebooting" and restart. At that period, command 'adb' detect the device for 3 seconds, I can adb push 5Mb item
onto /sdcard/

I tried to make bootable sdcard with CWM, device not detect.

When I try (volume-down + Ok*5 times), pc detects the device
but I can't find the suitable driver (tried livesuite 1.0.9, not ok).

Please help me, how should I do, I would try everything