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Restoring a tablet

1st February 2014, 08:56 PM |#1  
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i have an allwinner a20 tablet rooted and i have installed a rom that is not for this tablet...So i want to restore the original rom but the problem is that i cant find an original rom for this tablet...But i have a friend that he has exactly the same tablet...I can copy all the folders from his tablet(i mean i can root it)(system,data...) but how to copy them to my tablet?I have to transfer all the folders from my friend's tablet to my pc and the to my tablet?I dont know which folders should i transfer.Also must i create a flashable cwm ?Thanks for your help.Sorry for my bad english
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2nd February 2014, 07:05 PM |#2  
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No, copying all the info from one tablet to the next will do nothing. You need to flash the original stock.img and ROM. Try to find through manufacturers website or through Google search to see if someone posted in another site for this tablet.
2nd February 2014, 07:51 PM |#4  
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Can i create a flashable rom from my friend's talbet?
2nd February 2014, 08:03 PM |#5  
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Can i create a flashable rom from my friend's talbet?

Dont believe so. The files are put there to run the tablet but the code to tell where things to install, etc are not on the tablet. Google search for anyone how does development or has access to the zip from manufacturer would be your best bet.

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Try this webiste. Seems to have ROM download for a20.

http://www.slatedroid.com/topic/9314...-a20-firmware/
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i installed this firmware but it shows me a white screen... but the tablet boots normaly...I think that the best solution is my friend's tablet becasue its exactly the same...Can anyone help to create a flashable rom from my friend's tablet?
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i installed this firmware but it shows me a white screen... but the tablet boots normaly...I think that the best solution is my friend's tablet becasue its exactly the same...Can anyone help to create a flashable rom from my friend's tablet?

Boots to working? Describe "white screen".
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I have installed the previous firmware so its "okay"...i saw this http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1801690 guide to create roms...my only problem is the boot.img file...where can i find it?is there in tablet?or can i use from other tablet?
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I tried searching through my file explorer for location of the boot.img file but no luck other than through CWM. What I'd recommend is, if you have custom recovery, "backup current ROM" and then extract the boot.img from a file explorer to add to what you need to reflash the ROM. I believe the boot.img is made via the recovery backup and I wasn't able to find any by Google search.
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