And now it is bricked its a Medion Lifetab p9514 so what it does it doesn't boot up it shows a black screen but the computer seems to recognize a driver ...
So is there any solution to fix this without sending it to medion (warranty)
I followed the guide there to root the Lifetab (I even used a 32-bit version of Ubuntu), but it is now stuck in APX mode and I can't do anything with it. It can still be recognized by the terminal in Ubuntu, all the scripts work, but Nvflash comes up with an error saying that the bootloader cannot be downloaded.
Taking a second look at the information that the test.sh script brings up, shows that Nvflash says "permission denied" when trying to run. Everything else is fine. The above guide doesn't really detail what to do if you get stuck in APX mode, and all it says is you can get out of it if you rewrite the bootloader... but how do I do that?
I've been up all night trying to read German and broken English to try to fix this.
sudo ./nvflash -r --download 6 recovery.img
sudo ./nvflash -r --download 7 boot.img
sudo ./nvflash --bct flash.bct --bl bootloader.bin --download 4 bootloader.bin –go
Hi there! Sorry, I only noticed this thread today. Hope you resolved your problem by now, if not I will help you out. Been in the same situation numeous times, panicky and angry and all.
So here is what you do.
1. First download this recovery folder by SattNEK: http://www.mediafire.com/?8aimaja0rx3bqej
2. Extract it in Linux
3. point your terminal to the folder
4. make sure your LT is charged
5. put LT it in APX mode (hold down power button for a few moments)
6. with "lsusb" command check that your LT gets recognized, if not repeat step 5
7. write these two lines in terminal:
Don't worry if it gets stuck, close the terminal and write in the other line, just be sure LT is USB-recognized.
8.then write this:
9. LT should reboot normally.
I hope it works, you probably can't make it any worse than it is.
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