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By BlackCopper, Junior Member on 5th January 2014, 03:06 PM
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Hey lads.
Today i tried rooting my tablet using this -> http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2240029
I did everything from the instructions and first time didn't work. I tried 2nd time and it didn't work. Then I downloaded the RV27RC03_WW_GEN1 system.img, copied it in the "system_image" folder. I started rooting it for the 3rd time (because I was a fu*ktard) and when it finished it was bricked. I tried turning it on, but it wouldnt turn on, then i inserted a needle in the reset hole. It turned on, but it froze on the acer logo. When I got in the system recovery I made a factory reset. Can someone please help me unbrick it. Thanks.
 
 
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Hey lads.
Today i tried rooting my tablet using this -> http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2240029
I did everything from the instructions and first time didn't work. I tried 2nd time and it didn't work. Then I downloaded the RV27RC03_WW_GEN1 system.img, copied it in the "system_image" folder. I started rooting it for the 3rd time (because I was a fu*ktard) and when it finished it was bricked. I tried turning it on, but it wouldnt turn on, then i inserted a needle in the reset hole. It turned on, but it froze on the acer logo. When I got in the system recovery I made a factory reset. Can someone please help me unbrick it. Thanks.

I have done a similar thing and was wondering if you ever found a way to fix it as am stumped.
25th October 2015, 02:09 AM |#4  
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Help...when i flash the firmware OS_Acer_AV052.RV27RC03.WW.GEN1_A42J_A.zip using stock recovery of aer iconia a1 810 it completed
but when i reboot it ....its not turning on...and not vibrating...and when i connect tablet to pc......it connect and disconnect......so plzzzz.help me......its very important..
26th February 2016, 01:42 AM |#5  
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Can Somebody help me?
Got onto a bootloop after flashing CWM for A1-810 from falshify
Now it doesnt work even cant enter the recovery, Just the acer logo the vibration and
this same process again, It was working perflecty with root
Please help me, also my computer recognize it for 1 second until it bootloops again
27th February 2016, 09:49 AM |#6  
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Error EMMC ?
Hello. I can not speak English ..a little help from me.

Acer Iconia A1 810 can not be formatted. Why 117 Gb + 8192Mb EMMC

How can you fix it?

error format
15th August 2016, 11:22 PM |#7  
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even i have the same issue but for me m tab was working fine but suddenly it stopped , i tried to restart but it was stuck on logo so i went to do a hard reset , after hard reset it got stuck on erasing for a long time and then turned off. when i restarted it shows the logo and shows erasing and goes to recovery mode i tried everything using its firmwire to install from sdk and using sp flash tool and fastboot mode but still no use .plz someone help me fix this i iam in this issue for about a month nw still not fixing
16th August 2016, 01:55 PM |#8  
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me too, now I try to find update file to try it from recovery, but I am not successful

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4th March 2017, 12:29 PM |#9  
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hello guy's i have the same issue, anyone can help me
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Originally Posted by zsolt0616

Hello. I can not speak English ..a little help from me.

Acer Iconia A1 810 can not be formatted. Why 117 Gb + 8192Mb EMMC

How can you fix it?

error format

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