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[Q] Allview AX4 nano tablet bricked. ROM, anyone?

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Default [Q] Allview AX4 nano tablet bricked. ROM, anyone?

Hello!

Yet another idiot that bricked his phone by trying to replace fonts: me.
I did my research, i managed to open recovery mode, wiped data/factory reset etc. But in vain did I try. The tablet is stuck in a bootloop...

I tried searching the web for a ROM and found none. I searched for tablets with similar specs and found a clone: Verykool T742.
But i couldn't find the original device (the one made in China). I only know that it was probably manufactured by ALPS.

The question is: does anyone know/have a custom ROM for me? Or does anyone know what is the original device's name?
If not, then I know I tried...

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from what I know , Gionee is the manufacturer of the Alview tablets and phones

http://www.allviewmobile.com/index.php?id=1801
 
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Have you found anything for your tablet? Have you solved the problem?
 
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Have you found anything for your tablet? Have you solved the problem?
Hi there! I see you are from Focsani.
Well, I sent the tablet to the service in Bucharest (Servskills) and they repaired it. I'm waiting for the tablet to arrive.
 
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