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21st July 2014, 11:06 AM   |  #21  
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I was trying to say that I found a positive result from formatting my card in another device, and maybe it would help your acer accepting your 128 gb card if you format it with another phone or tablet. (USB otg plus a card reader).
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I was trying to say that I found a positive result from formatting my card in another device, and maybe it would help your acer accepting your 128 gb card if you format it with another phone or tablet. (USB otg plus a card reader).

I did try in fact, but no luck for me in this case.....
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Should not be complicated. I hope...
I installed this apk: https://www.dropbox.com/s/a2h75gcp8y1r6us/TowelRoot.apk
Ran it once.
It rebooted my system.
I installed supersu, and updated the binary.
And it was done.
Have not posted a link here before, so if there is any problems pm me and I'll mail you the link or file.
I'm not next to my acer right now, so if you need to know it's firmware version I'll have to check it later.
But start with the towelroot I used.

Hope it helps.

Regards, Arne

Hi,
could you please upload the Towelroot.apk again? Towelroot v3 seems not to work with my Acer.

Thanks in advance
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21st November 2014, 08:19 PM   |  #24  
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Hi,
could you please upload the Towelroot.apk again? Towelroot v3 seems not to work with my Acer.

Thanks in advance
Greeny

No problem.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/a2h75gcp8y...lRoot.apk?dl=0
I almost forgot I had it.
1st December 2014, 09:44 PM   |  #25  
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No problem.

I almost forgot I had it.

I also download the "normal" version of TowelRoot - but this version did not work on my DA223HQL

Did you have a "special" version of TowelRoot?
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Getting recovery mode
I'm having a problem right here, the 223 isn't starting android. I want to get in the recovery mode, but trying to find the right hardware button combo's is almost impossible. Even the tech-guys from Acer don't know it. Anyone who can tell me what to do?
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sorry for being late here.
this month is just cracy.
do you still have the problem?
i've never tried to boot into recovery on the 223, but i'll try to find the way if i'm not too late.
usualy it is one or both of the volume buttons + power.
i'll post again if i find the trick.

mine by the way is having severe trouble with the touch digitizer.
it's lost all sensitivity.
i can get it back by completely powering down and waiting 15 mins before turning it on again.
but it only lasts a few mins and then gradually loses sensitivity again.
works everytime and dies shortly after everytime.
anyone know anything about this and if there is a fix?
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sorry for being late here.
this month is just cracy.
do you still have the problem?
i've never tried to boot into recovery on the 223, but i'll try to find the way if i'm not too late.
usualy it is one or both of the volume buttons + power.
i'll post again if i find the trick.

I'm aware that it has to be some kind of combo, as it is on every other android device. Point is, the device is only a few weeks old, so it has full warranty, but in the Netherlands Acer is notorious for the very long periods they take for repair, with a good chance the device comes back with scratches, and worse than before. So preferably I fix it myself.
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The only thing I have been able to find is to hold in the third button from the bottom in for a few seconds.
It seems to work during boot, and also while fully booted.
It brings up some sort of menu that I haven't figured out yet.
But one point of the menu does mention the boot state.
I just can't seem to find a way to change it.
Will keep looking though.

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I'm aware that it has to be some kind of combo, as it is on every other android device. Point is, the device is only a few weeks old, so it has full warranty, but in the Netherlands Acer is notorious for the very long periods they take for repair, with a good chance the device comes back with scratches, and worse than before. So preferably I fix it myself.


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