I'm having serious problems with my A510. It was rooted but not flashed with any custom images. I hadn't used it for a few months so when I charged and booted it up a few days ago, I got an update alert and tried to do an OTA update. It got stuck at about 80% so I tried to restart it and the it wouldn't get past the "ICONIA TAB" logo (after the olympic animation).
I tried updating the device using all update.zip files I could find, but it would always show me the lying down android with a red exclamation triangle after a fraction of a second.
The next thing I tried was to flash the CWM recovery (as well as a few other ones) onto the recovery partition, but it wouldn't start and the original recovery was restored automatically every time.
This made me think that something on the other partitions had become corrupt and prevented the CWM recovery from starting, so I tried (perhaps desperatly and foolishly) to erase flexrom and system partitions as well as reflashing them with .img files I found online, but still no luck and at this point the boot sequence started hanging at the "acer"-logo.
I don't get any error messages when flashing using fastboot, but it seems than nothing I flash is written correctly.
When I try to start the recovery it displays the following text together with the acer logo:
Bootloader Version 0.04.04-ICS-MDRR (Unlock Mode)
Erasing Cache before SD Update...
SD update cmd: recovery
The only thing I haven't tried is to flash the bootloader, but I'm afraid I'll mess up the last possibility I have to recover the device by doing so...
Do any of you have any idea of what else I can try to get CWM working so I can completely reflash using some official update.zip...