Double Power TD-1010 10.1" Tablet
Tablet architecture: this tablet is a Rockchip RK3066 based tablet.
Rooting the TD-1010: The method that I have tried and successfully rooted my tablet involves using the drivers from PDAnet and AndroidRoot. A tutorial exists on YouTube for this. Having that out of the way, we can begin on more technical information.
Backing up the ROM: As the tablet is a rockchip device, you can use the RkFlashTool for linux here in order to copy/write to the tablet. I've modified the source of RkFlashTool in order to detect the tablet, and attached it below.
1.compile it using the included instructions, and throw it in your /usr/bin folder.
2.To put the tablet into flash mode, hold the VOL+ button while plugging in the usb cable to the tablet.
3.Wait 2-3 seconds before letting go of the Vol+ button after plugging it in. your screen should be black at this point.
4.You are now in flash mode, and can be detected by the rkflashtool.
5.Download the Linux tools.7z, and run MAKE on the tools dir.
6.Copy the resulting mkkrnlimg executable to your /usr/bin directory.
7.make sure the simpledump has permissions to execute, and run
Dillmiester at TabletRepublic has made a stock backup of the TD-1010 after it returned from RMA, and can be located Here. Note, remove the external SD card, and you may have to retry the flashing of system.img multiple times if it fails.NOTE 2: THIS UPGRADES YOUR TABLET TO JELLYBEAN, AND GIVES YOU 1.8 GB of APP SPACE.
Flashing: ROMS, such as the stock one linked above, can be flashed using Windows 7 and the RKAndroidTool I have attached to this post. This includes the drivers for using the program as well. The tablet will need to be in Flash mode in order for the program to write to it.
Booting into recovery:Yes, this tablet does have a recovery. to get to it:
- hold power and vol+ at the same time
- screen should boot to android character with a red ! sign over his body
- press vol+ and Back(the normal touchscreen location for it)
- If done at the same time, you should be at the recovery menu.