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Nobis NB07 and DA-741QHD rooting and ROM thread

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24th December 2014, 08:37 AM   |  #51  
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If anyone wants the rooted (with superuser as the managment app, instead of kinguser) I have them all hosted on my hard drive plugged into my router.

You can obtain the .img files at the following url...
https://onoitsu2.no-ip.org:4443/shar.../TabletImages/

Disregard the browser warning, it is because it is not encrypted but my router hosts it as https, go figure.

I also will be putting the drivers into that location in their own folder.

Hoping this benefits those more advanced users to create awesome things for this device. Beware if you try to write over the boot image, it will only show the a31s logo and that is all, unless it is a success, and I have been as of yet been unable to locate fastboot drivers for this device.

And advice for fastboot drivers is much appreciated.

Really sucks my kid lost my tablet as I gave up trying to root it but like to give it another go.

Also, that root genius is all in Chinese and it wants to install some other junk on my computer. Wish they would make english versions of this stuff and not make it install a ton of garbage on your computer.
24th December 2014, 08:47 AM   |  #52  
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There is an english version. I will upload to my dropbox tomorrow and link here. I am too tired, and should have been asleep a couple of hours ago... lol
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There is an english version. I will upload to my dropbox tomorrow and link here. I am too tired, and should have been asleep a couple of hours ago... lol

That would be great! Thank you.
24th December 2014, 09:49 PM   |  #54  
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Here it is straight from my dropbox. https://www.dropbox.com/s/5gy4iwiis4...us_en.exe?dl=0

Hope it helps the root movement... lol
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which image file do I need? I have the Radio Shack version. TIA
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Image file? That is a dump of each partition on its own. Seeing as there is no twrp or other bootloader that is capable of nandroid backups that is the best we have, unless someone can get fastboot working then I will gladly risk my tablet to test bootloaders. Already had one die and exchanged out due to messing with the bootloader.

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I might be able to install online nandroid and back up the tablet, but with no restoral method known, ... ... why even do that?
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This is a complement to the previous post on how to access the tablet using adb on Windows by Onoitsu2:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...9&postcount=44

For those working on Linux, this is how I accessed the tablet on Ubuntu 12.04.
To check that the tablet is connected to the computer via USB, in the Terminal simply type:
Code:
lsusb
The output should contain something like:
Bus 00X Device 00Y: ID 2922:8005
(for NB07 in media device MTP mode)
Bus 00X Device 00Y: ID 2922:8043
(for NB07 in camera PTP mode)
Bus 00X Device 00Y: ID 2922:8001
(for NB07 in USB storage mode)

2922 being the manufacturer number, I added the rule to the relevant file by typing:
Code:
sudo gedit /etc/udev/rules.d/51-android.rules
and adding the following lines in the file (replace the YOUR_USERNAME portion, keep the quotes):
Code:
#Nobis
SUBSYSTEM=="usb", ATTR{idVendor}=="2922", MODE="0666", OWNER=“YOUR_USERNAME”
Save and close the file. Activate the changes by typing:
Code:
sudo service udev restart
A similar procedure was sufficient to get my HTC phone recognized. However, for the NB07 I also needed to add the information to the adb_usb.ini file. This can be done by running the following command in the terminal
Code:
echo "0x2922" >> ~/.android/adb_usb.ini
alternatively, if you prefer, find adb_usb.ini and open it using your favorite text editor and add the following line
Code:
0x2922
at the end of the file.

That is it. Checking that the tablet is accessible by adb can be done by running the following command:
Code:
adb devices
Last edited by roots-bloody-roots; 15th January 2015 at 09:29 AM.

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