Sure glad I never make mistakes like that. How do you like AOKP? For me it seems snappier than stock. I had also tried the Cyanogenmod 11 port but it seemed rather buggy, apps force-closing for no apparent reason, the occasional spontaneous reboot, just seemed to be a bit unstable. Useable, you understand, just occasional problems. None of that with AOKP. @steve30x reported the latest Hannspree firmware faster than either, but I didn't notice that. I'll be sticking with AOKP unless something much better comes along like a Lollipop ROM, but that doesn't seem likely for this tablet.
Well, I finally worked up the courage to try your flash file and it worked perfectly!!
I would really appreciate it if you came up with some way of rooting this tablet as I reckon
I could speed it up ( for "speed" probably read "break") considerably with root permissions.
Thanking you in advance.
Okay, brave or not, here is the rooter package for Hannspad T74 (HSG1279-SN1AT74) (or any atm7029b kitkat?)
Besides installing su, it also installs some other programs that T74 doesn't have, needed or not (see readme.txt).
The unRoot package removes those files (see readme.txt).
DebugEnabler that changes boot.img/default.prop ro.debuggable value to 1. So it enables "adb root" command.
Flash again and it restores the old boot.img.
(same signed for JellyBean if someone needs such https://yadi.sk/d/QFu-KojdfpvLv )
And as usual, no guarantee of any kind. Use at your own risk!
Tip: If you managed to root that tablet one way or other, and you want to edit /system/build.prop. Try using /data/local.prop instead of it.
Also /system/default.prop can be used. That way build.prop stays intact and updates should work, if your other
modifications don't cause it to fail. (Some build.prop properties cannot be changed later. )
I applied the DeBugEnabler and then the Root zip which applied with a few errors(see attached pic) this gave me root privileges and I installed Super Su (chanfire) which I allowed to update the SU (maybe I shouldn't). The tablet was very unstable and froze repeatedly, practically unusable. I then tried Superuser app (clockworkmod) which again wanted to update the SU, but no way to do it except through a custom recovery.
Well, at least you got root for adb. What if you just use the same superuser that I left out from the package?
This one: https://yadi.sk/d/T93QxP0Nf8Wii Or should I add it to the zip?
Both updated again. Now it installs just su and the app.
Use old unroot for removing the su etc. first. https://yadi.sk/d/cK2MzA10g3Uhg
Have you done factory reset after that su updating you allowed ?
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