Update to my post above about editing a recovery image
Seems that this tools allows for doing the job on a Windows box: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2036528
So a Linux machine is not required.
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Originally Posted by guatatiboa
I flashed cwm6028-a13-10part-v2.zip, i tried to reboot into recovery pressing volume and power button but it didn´t work so i tried "echo -e 'boot-recovery\0' > /dev/block/nandf; sync" from the terminal Emulator app.
It rebooted into recovery and got stuck. I can´t flash anyrom, mount sd, cache, data, etc. I tried to flash using livesuit and i get this error "Upgrade fails : 0x162 ÉÕÐ´Ê§°Ü2".
What image did you try to flash, specifically? is this a Livesuit image for your precise tablet model you've obtained from the reseller or manufacturer?
Livesuit can be moody at times. Try on a different computer. Your best bet is to use an old trusted Windows XP. Windows 7 is known to cause trouble sometimes and Windows 8 is a no-no.
Flashing a recovery can not
have corrupted anything that would prevent you from reflashing using Livesuit. The FEL code that handles flashing from Livesuit is burnt into the SOC, so it can't be overwritten (by us mere mortals anyway). Keep trying, provided that you have the correct image, of course.
Try googling "livesuit error 0x162" too. It's a common error, you may find useful hints.
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