[MTCD/E] Android 10 upgrade using official Free tools

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ikerg

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Hi I'm here again asking for your help, I have a dasaita max6 and I would like to update it to android 10.
Thanks to ikerg (he suggested a word '' adbon '') I was able to show the dasaita to RKDevTool_2.84 but I could not start the program (the problem was that the file transfer in usb was not activated).
I enable the file transfer in usb, the flash of the 1_hct7_rk3399_10.0_ 烧录 包 (20200415) .img stops after a few seconds with the message `` download IDB Fail '', how can I overcome the problem? Thanks
I don't know what do you mean with "the file transfer in USB is not activated"
 

ginoromano

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to make the tool work I had to enable (usb debbbuging) the file transfer, a hidden window .... it found by lowering the desktop of the dasaita (I am attaching a sample photo, this is not the real menu of the dasaita) ..... excuse my bad english
 

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lagos911

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Hi I'm here again asking for your help, I have a dasaita max6 and I would like to update it to android 10.
Thanks to ikerg (he suggested a word '' adbon '') I was able to show the dasaita to RKDevTool_2.84 but I could not start the program (the problem was that the file transfer in usb was not activated).
I enable the file transfer in usb, the flash of the 1_hct7_rk3399_10.0_ 烧录 包 (20200415) .img stops after a few seconds with the message `` download IDB Fail '', how can I overcome the problem? Thanks
why you dont try the sdcard method?
 

ginoromano

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Your unit dont have a sd card slot in front? I thought all units locate the sd card slot infront.
hi, yes my unit has an external slot (from news not enabled for the update) but I understand that the Dasaita also has a slot (with sd) hidden inside the tablet and it is inconvenient to use I enclose an image taken from this topic
 

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woma1

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HI

I have a PX5 MTCE LM

Purchased from A8. I updated to A9 (SDCard method, firmware first then update.zip). Everything's fine. Then I updated the mcu to MTCE_LM_V3.67d. Come on OK. I changed the ROM to Hal9k Mod4. OKAY. I changed the ROM to Malay Mod v1.1. OKAY.

I decided, according to the instructions on this forum, to switch to A10 using the SDCard method. I installed PX5_A10_IGV.img, after it finished as indicated on the screen, I pulled out the card, the radio restarted and nothing else can be done. It did not enter recovery mode. After turning on the power, the "10 Navigation system" logo appears for a moment and then a black screen.

There is no way to enter it into recovery mode. It does not respond to a properly prepared SD card in the GPS slot.

According to the instruction "B. OTG method "I bought the appropriate UsbA-A cable, installed the drivers and" Android Tool ", but the computer does not see the radio on any of the four USB ports. No device detected.
I am asking for help, what can I do to unbrick and save the device.

Obviously, the seller cannot help me. I called.

Sorry for the bad English but I use google translator.

DuDuSD
 

woma1

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The way to enter into recovery mode changed from A9 to A10:
You must just press the reset button approx 20sec

I perform the reset by pressing the pin hidden in the front panel hole for more than 20 seconds. This method doesn't work. The device starts up displaying a moment "10 Navigation system" and a black screen.

DuDuS
 

woma1

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If you are not able to put the unit alive then you will need to build your jig and connect som directly to PC

Please link to the description of the design of the JIG cable and the description of the procedure for saving the device using JIG. I found it:


however, without detailed description and technical documentation.

I understand that there is no other way than JIG?

DuDuS
 

woma1

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In my country we say: "Better is the enemy of good". I should finish withon A9. Now only problems ...

DuDuS

One more question.

Could the CP2102 chip that I have (I once saved any device with it, I don't remember which one) be useful?

On our forum and on the Internet, I found information that people were using it to rescue PX3 and PX5. But no detailed description.

DuDuS
 
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segu45

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Hi ikerg, I need some help. I have a dasaita px6 with android 10, I have tried to install android 11 with the card method and now the boot comes up with android 11 and it stays at the logo. If I put the gear in reverse the camera is seen without problem. I have entered the recovery, installed an update of htc 11 (the last one) it is installed but it does the same thing again. If you have any idea what I can do I would be grateful.
 

ikerg

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Hi ikerg, I need some help. I have a dasaita px6 with android 10, I have tried to install android 11 with the card method and now the boot comes up with android 11 and it stays at the logo. If I put the gear in reverse the camera is seen without problem. I have entered the recovery, installed an update of htc 11 (the last one) it is installed but it does the same thing again. If you have any idea what I can do I would be grateful.
When you finally installed the latest hct 11 software....did the unit booted well but now it is not booting? Or never booted into android?
 

segu45

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I have the image that someone put in another post. I try to open it in windows and it gives image error. Maybe this is the problem, do you have another image to be able to flash it? I would greatly appreciate it.
 

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    To upgrade a MTCD/E PX3, PX5, PX6 from Android 6+ on using official Rockchip free tools - a reminder, bringing together multiple threads.

    First note - if coming from Android 6 - early versions of Realtek dual BT/WIFI (type 2) are not supported past Android 6.
    [29/06/2020 - Android 10 - Users are report Bluetooth MD725 Type 1 is not working on Android 10...]

    The only fix is to replace the wifi/bt module with the supported "type 1" GOC-MD-725. See this thread for details (placeholder)


    Risk:
    Also, there is risk associated in upgrading. The SDCard method is known to result in back-screen, sometimes recoverable booting to recovery from SDcard again. If this method fails, OTG becomes the only recovery option.

    Two Rockchip Official methods;

    A. SDcard Method
    Note: To use these methods, your unit must support booting from SDCard or USB. Not all MTC variants are created the same, so test first.


    The following is required for SDcard method
    - (1) Full ROM in .IMG format
    OR
    - (1b) bootloader/recovery only image to flash recovery,
    https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=11zpgoOW4eU6G1tjs7ExsZ2aC4RoZ9KDr
    AND
    - a 'full' OTA of your choice.
    - Rockchip SDCard create tool
    https://github.com/rockchip-linux/tools

    1. Create SDCard using Rockchip SDcard create tool.

    2. Insert and boot from SDcard, follow prompts.
    3. Wait for install to complete...and can take some time

    (1b) Flash boot/recovery image then an OTA zip. Thanks to @ikerg for recovery .IMG files.
    2b. Create SDCard using Rockchip SDcard create tool with .img

    3b. Insert and boot from SDcard, follow prompts.

    4b. After flashing, remove SDCard, boot to recovery then flash an OTA from another SDCard or USB stick.

    * Download bootloader/recovery flash image from here; https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=11zpgoOW4eU6G1tjs7ExsZ2aC4RoZ9KDr



    B. OTG method - "Never fail, flash like a Boss, impress your friends method"
    *May require Jig, or if lucky an USB A-A cable.)
    The below method will recover a 'bricked' or non-booting unit.
    If wanting to backup your ROM and test other ROMs, this is the method you want.


    The following is required:
    - ROM in .img format, or partiton extract
    - Android Tool and Driver:
    https://github.com/rockchip-linux/tools

    1. Install Rockchip driver and Android Tool on PC/Laptop.

    2. First try connecting your unit USB to USB using cable to PC. Try all headunit USB ports.

    3. Try entering recovery. If successful you will hear the new device chime on your PC and the headunit will be connected.
    If connecting via USB method does not work, a jig must be made. See the following thread for details: https://forum.xda-developers.com/an...px3-5-headunit-mod-recover-flash-som-t3766892

    4. Using Android Tool connected via USB - Flash SOM using .img file. If image file does not install, erase flash first after selecting .img file.


    C. Downgrading steps here: https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/...ing-official-free-tools.4123933/post-85473141

    Hope this thread clarifies the two free and official methods to upgrade your headunit. Enjoy.

    29/06/2020 - Update - Users reporting MD725 - Type 1 Bluetooth is not working on Android 10.
    28/07/2020 - Update - include bootloader/recovery plus OTA method from IMG files kindly created by the talented @ikerg .

    29/06/2020 - Update - Users reporting MD725 - Type 1 Bluetooth is not working on Android 10.

    March 2021 - Update - BT module found - HW upgrade to enable Android 10 upgrades. See my module thread.

    August 2021 - SD Card Downgrade steps - from A10, A9 using A8 for success.

    Note: Best, most successful risk free method - OTG
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    I will share some reduced images for recovery upgrade only....after upgrading the recovery you can upgrade to the latest OTA
    This process should be faster than upgrading with a 2.5 gb image from sdcard...as once rexovery is upgraded (70MB image) you can use the usb for upgrading to the latest ota image you downloaded
    Android 8, 9 and 10 for px5 & px6 (only android 9 and 10. No android 8 is available for px6) can be downloaded and selected within sd boot card program.

    I haven't tried them yet as my px5 has md725 chip and currently my car with px6 is on service
    @marchnz if you consider appropriate, you can add this link to the OP....
    https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=11zpgoOW4eU6G1tjs7ExsZ2aC4RoZ9KDr


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    Attention HCT7_rk3399_10.0_IMG (20200415).zip is on PX6. Because you write that you have PX5, use: HCT7_PX5_10.0_IMG (20200612):



    You can try according to Alex's (Ati_gangster) video, everything is perfectly described here. I recommend watching all his videos, they are perfect. On a professional level. The link to RockChip Disk Tool V1.62 is below the video.But only Windows


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    Hi,
    Also, some units, at least the JY I have, the USB hardware doesn't support it - the factory leaves out components that are required to enable switching/OTG support - probably to reduce cost.

    Perhaps the newer HA units support OTG and I know GS units that I have seen, also support OTG out of the box.

    In any case, making your own jig is simple enough with basic electronic skills. Also, the SOM must be removed if maskrom is needed.
    it could be....anyway....here you are a reduced image for Android11 upgrade;