Originally Posted by sniper8752
sorry - how do I do this? never used adb before.
You need adb from the Android SDK. I have a zip of the files you need here: http://db.tt/b9dQ6xzp
Unzip these to c:\adb\
Plug your tablet in using the USB cable. Your computer should detect a new device. Update the driver with the Naked Drivers 0.72 ADB driver found in the Dev forum (I think it is on page 2 of threads). If you are running Win 8, there are some extra steps to allow you to use this driver.
Once your devices shows in the device manager as an ADB device, open a command prompt and type the following:
At this point, it will probably restart the daemon and then it should show a recovery device. If it does, you can proceed. If not, check that your cable is good, and that an ADB device is showing in the device manager.
Grab the ROM of choice and any GAPPS and kernel that you want to move over to your device. Put them in the c:\adb folder. They will be referred to a ROM.zip, GAPPS.zip and kernel.zip going forward.
Execute the following:
adb push ROM.zip /sdcard/
adb push GAPPS.zip /sdcard/
adb push kernel.zip /sdcard/
Note there is a space between the zip and the /sdcard/. If you omit this space it will not work.
After each time the "adb push" is executed, it may take up to 10 minutes to push the file depending on how big it is. Just be patient until it says it was pushed successfully.
Once this is done, you should see these files in the internal memory of your device when in recovery.
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