LY-F1 ICS 4.0 update instructions and download links
This is a way to update to ICS 4.0 with a majority of the program working on your tablet, this is not the manufactures firmware so I am not responsible if you brick your tablet. I do not take credit for any of these downloads, this is just a compilation of all the best ones I could find to make this process easy and work as best as possible.
This process is very simple especially if you have already run the factory firmware update on your tablet.
Known not working:
The physic buttons at the bottom of the tablet (home, menu, and back) will not work with this firmware but can be worked around with an app download called Button Savior.
Netflix for me has been a black screen with sound working, haven't really worked on a fix for this one yet.
Auto rotate does not seem to work either so I would recommend just turning it off and letting the programs you run decide which way the screen should be.
Here is a list of the things you will need in order to do the firmware update to 4.0 including links:
Link for Production Software to push new firmware to device.
momo9 ICS 4.0 Update
Scritps for working market place.
Link for downloading pdanet for the usb drivers to work with ADB
You will also need android sdk downloaded in order to run the scrips to have a working market through ADB shell.
To make this process run smoothly you will need to rename the .img file and .key from the momo9 update file to the following.
Once you have the the necessary downloads complete, the process is very simple.
1.Turn your tablet off and run the firmware update software on your computer. You will re-name the .img and .key files as stated earlier and load them into the software.
2. You will now press start on the program and on your tablet you will now put a small pin in the bottom of the tablet in the hole to the right of the mini hdmi port (this will prompt the tablet to receive the update) and now connect the usb cable and release the pin once usb cable is connected.
3.Once the update is finished you will need to disconnect the usb cable and restart your tablet.
4.Once tablet is restarted you will need to run the PDAnet download and install the software on to your computer and tablet. This will let your computer recognize your table so that ADB shell can now program your tablet.
5.Once PDAnet software is installed you may now run the scripts to have working market. This process is very simple and quick, all you have to do is double click on the .bat file and it will do the rest for you.
6.After the scripts run your tablet will automatically restart and you are almost done. There is only one more app you will need to download from the market in order to make this fully functional. The physic buttons at the bottom of the tablet will no longer work so you need to download an app from the market called Button Savior and set that up on your tablet. This app will take the place of those buttons.
If you have any questions or if I have left something out please let me know and I will get back to you asap.