Originally Posted by Mashed_Potatoes
Which ROMs did you flash?
You should flash ROMs specially made for your device, not for any other device.
Even flashing a ROM for a different carrier version of the same device can cause serious problems (AT&T Note 2 ROM on International Note 2 for example)
You will need to re-flash the Stock ROM for your tablet.
He is talking about a Tablet with a specific chip, for these chinese tablets, the brand does not matter, its the chipset can flash any roms that are for that chipset only.
I'm using mini tablet, unknown brand, chip is rk2928.
I flashed two ROMs on the device, none of them with touch.
I guess I need driver or something, but don't really know what to do.
your right you have to flash a touch driver, it sucks to try to find it so i am unable to help you
though its normal that if the touch does not work you would have to find a touch driver, you have done nothing wrong its just these chinese chipsets suck to develop for.
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