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[Q] Help request, G9 101 on CM, want stock FW back

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By hideki, Junior Member on 13th January 2014, 08:02 PM
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I have an Archos G9 101 tablet, the first revision (1GHz CPU, 512MiB RAM)

I installed a Cyanogenmod firmware, the latest on here at the time of writing...

Unfortunately it performs like a dog, crashes all the time, can't play much video, audio can work then go off after a few minutes requiring me to mute/unmute to get it back etc.

I'd quite like to restore it to the official ICS firmware, either keeping the current partitioning scheme (preferable) or going back to it exactly as it was with the evil 1GB data partition and rest as an internal SD card.

I've tried using the recovery menu (Power with Vol -) and while I have the usual developer menu there, attempting to install the AOS firmware file appeared to work but on reboot I was still cursed with Cyanogenmod.

Any help would be appreciated!
14th January 2014, 05:27 AM |#2  
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You cant keep the partitioning scheme I believe. That was the whole reason of having to go in and delete everything.

Try going back to recovery. Go into Format and choose reset android & storage. After that go back and upgrade the firmware. See if that does it.
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