In this thread you can find news and updates and in the future custom made firmware for the ZT-180 Zenithink Epad.
The processor in this device claimed to be the arm11 - 1 Ghz.
ARM 11 (ARM v6) CPU with JIT enabled.
IX200 is a networked multimedia application processor,
high-performance ARM-based processor core and multi-functional peripherals,
IX200 can be used in portable video / audio player, MP4/MP5 players,
personal digital audio and video products .
CPU== arm11 - 1 Ghz http://www.arm.com/products/processo...rm11/index.php
LCD == MD101-001TDAN
LAN == RTL8201CT http://www.realtek.com.tw/products/p...nn=4&prodid=25
WLAN == RT3070L (Ralink)
NAND == HY5PS1G1631C FP-Y5. http://www.hynix.com/datasheet/pdf/d...8Rev0.3%29.pdf
NEW 100827 version available:
- burntool ( for flashing the ZT-180 )
- Android images
( old releases )
Download here : http://www.multiupload.com/XEMJPFNOJK ( old release )
http://hotfile.com/dl/59683528/8418584/rom0804.rar.html ( zenithink (0804 release )
Changelog : ( Video and touchscreen performance )
http://freakshare.net/files/m36m97dy...ntool.rar.html ( flashtool ( download separtly ) )
Howto Flash the device:
Shutdown the Pad.
Then Press The Button on the Right site in front of the pad (there is only one?) and the Power Button at the Same Time.
Then the device will be flashable and the light will be blue i think.
Then you Put the USB-Cable in, install the driver which is also in the package.
Now you can open burntool.
Device10 should be green.
Now jo goto Settings, and set uboot, kernel,sys-dat, udat
Press the FIRST button from the left site to confirm the settings
Now press Start and the device should be starting to flash....
However sometimes the board hangs after flashing and will not start directly dont worry. If everything doesnt help, do a reset.
So iam not responsible again, this was the way i used and it worked.
I thinks its impossible to brick the pad, because you can flash it every time again. (throu ENTER+Power button mode).
( source: Kaiza1)
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Pictures i've taken from the hardware inside the device can be found here: