Hello, and thank you for the reply.
I (as well as others) can't seem to find the original firmware.
hipstreet has no download section containing anything useful (at least as far as I could figure, I am a novice afterall)
However, the processor seems to be a "1.6GHz Quad Core CPU processor".
The reason I had asked specifically about Mobogenie was because another user in an XDA thread said it was pretty much a one shot problem solver.
This is the thread I'm talking about.
I have a hipstreet phoenix tablet running jb 4.2.2 and would like to flash ustom rom and or kernal. im havig issues with low space due to apps only install on internal 1gb sytem memory and not the 16gb internal sdcard or my external sd. i have...
I'm not sure if linking is allowed, but it's an XDA link, so I figured it wouldn't violate the sites TOS
However, when I boot up the tablet, it gives me the Hipstreet H screen (which i assume is bios), waits a few seconds, proceeds to the next splash screen saying "Hipstreet Phoenix" which i assume is it preparing to load its OS.. then it goes to a screen saying "android is upgrading" with a looping circle symbolizing loading, with text that says "starting apps".
seems like progress, however it doesn't get past this screen.
I have left it for several hours to see if maybe it would bypass it, but nothing yet.
I tried using android recovery too, and after using all available options, I can only get back to the point I mentioned about it "starting apps" and not going further.
I apologize for the long post, but I figure if I'm able to get any advice, I should provide all info I can.
Thank you all for your help.