Yes, those are the instructions I followed.
This is what I did:
- Opened the back, and using a fine wire, shorted pins 7 and 8 of the nand flash. I used flash 1 of 4 available in my tablet (seems like earlier versions have 2 chips, and later versions have 4). Unlike the instructions, I had to count from the bottom right (given the back facing me with the speakers toward me (power + usb pointing away, meaning the battery was on the right). With this in mind, the flash 1 was the top right, and on that chip I started bottom right and counted to the left, inserting the fine wire between pins 7 and 8.
- Used the AML flash tool to write the config_erase_my.xml (I cannot remember the exact name. Sorry, I'm at work and ondaforum is blocked). With the usb port plugged into the computer, I could hear the tablet become recognized (I had to install the drivers before the AML flash tool would recognize the tablet).
- Used the image tool to write to the flash drive the rozak version of 1.1.0 for a v3 tablet. (mine is v4)
- Put the usb stick into the ota cable, and into the usb port of the tablet
- Powered on with Power + Volume+, then waited for 5 seconds, releasing the power when I saw the green android guy (the little one)
- Kept pressing volume+ until the big android with the flashing cube came up. At this point, the flash failed, but I went flashed updated.zip as described above.
Tablet booted up fine.
You should know, I had tried for 8 hours previous to this to try and get the tablet running. I flashed, and reflashed over and over again. On the forums, I read that people just could not give up.
Don't, you'll get it!
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