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I want to fix issue to install official update.zip. I can't promise when it's done.
That would be awesome, as as things are now it's a constant bouncing back and forth between stock recovery and CWM, which makes any update cumbersome, but mostly, it springs plenty of malfunctions in the tablets unless installation instructions are followed to the letter, which isn't always straightforward.

Take your time -- a functional CWM recovery is a must, and well worth the wait! Thank you for the time you spend on this...
 
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Exclamation I need CM5 for cruz t10x

The link to the file was removed for temp issues? i need a working copy, can anyone post a link or PM me one. thanks
 
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hi fun,
have you ever tried to build the android kernel for MIPS? i am using Novo Paladin.

I've problem with that, please drop me some links so that i can study on it.
 
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This is probably more directed at fun_, but for the Cruz T301 and T10x, what is not working with CWM? Is writing the flash partitions still broken? I just purchased a T103, so I will be releasing a ROM for that in a few weeks.
 
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This is probably more directed at fun_, but for the Cruz T301 and T10x, what is not working with CWM? Is writing the flash partitions still broken? I just purchased a T103, so I will be releasing a ROM for that in a few weeks.
thats very nice! hope you can also release a rom for ronzi a3...
 
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This is probably more directed at fun_, but for the Cruz T301 and T10x, what is not working with CWM? Is writing the flash partitions still broken? I just purchased a T103, so I will be releasing a ROM for that in a few weeks.
last file I made was not booted at all. previous one was booted so I have no idea what's wrong.

all I can do is to make next image to test when I get enough time.
 
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have you ever tried to build the android kernel for MIPS?
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The link to the file was removed for temp issues? i need a working copy, can anyone post a link or PM me one. thanks
as far as I know, no "working" copy was made in this world.
 
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http://files.androtab.info/ingenic/cwm/20120220/
new test images for NOVO7 Basic/Paladin and JZ4760 tablets.

official update.zip can be flashed from CWM now... please confirm boot partition(kernel etc) is really updated after flashed. (check build date/number in dmesg/uname)

"backup" and "restore" functions don't support mbr/xboot/boot/recovery areas yet. "install update.zip" can change these areas but "restore" can't. for now please don't mix them. (it will be supported in future...)

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