great, thank you for the information, downloading (really slow, 100kb/s), is there any change log?
I translated the changelog:
1. adjusted battery parameters, improved battery display
2. disabled 4K multi display
3. fixed some bug related to the built-in camera app
4. fixed some bug for lockscreen password input
5. optimized system in general
superSU keeps complaining the binary is out-dated, how do I install superSU without custom recovery?
1. uninstall and update via playstore, failed
2. mount /system rw via apps (ES file explorer / busybox installer) then install from superSU, failed
I can't seem to install the ADB drivers for this tablet, no matter what I do.
I have windows 8, and sadly I have no other OS to try right now.
I have Android SDK since I'm a developer, and all other devices work fine with Google standard ADB USB Drivers (Nexus 5, Nexus 7 2013, Nexus 10 and HTC One M7)
I guess it is a problem with my device or something wrong with Windows 8.
I have also tried the compatibility mode for W8, W7, Vista and even XP (all SP in all versions).
Am I missing something here?
Since it is not detected and a SBD Android device, the upgrade program cannot detect it and does nothing for me.
Whenever I try to run any version of the AllWinner program, Chinese or English, it does try to install USB drivers but gives me an error.
Also, when I try to force the install, Windows tells me the drivers must have been tampered and do not let me install them.
Shouldn't the default USB ADB drivers work?
AnTuTu AnTuTu X Nexus 7 (2012) 13,309 13,730 Teclast P78HD 20,795 12,790
Thank you for the info :victory: if you find other update please share did you notice some weird things ? like desktop icons disappear randomly, fast battery drain an when you are on 10% last more, if you update supersu app can't update su binary, see ya!
It is not infected. Rooting software typically contains methods to bypass security so you may get a false positive.
Here's the direct download link: http://www.kingoapp.com/android-root/download.htm
For rooting, make sure that you have enabled "USB debugging" in your tablet's Settings -> Developer options
Connect to a USB 2.0 port if possible and not a USB 3.0 port.
Swipe down from top of the tablet's screen to see notifications.
The bottom line notification will probably be 'Connect as ...'
Click that line and make sure that 'USB large storage' is checked (not MTP or PTP)
Swipe down again from the top line notification may say 'USB connected'
Click that line and click 'Turn on USB storage'
After it is "really" connected, try the Kingo Root software again.
If "ROOT" or "ROOT AGAIN" works, then you're done.
If not, disconnect the USB cable and reconnect a few seconds later. Try again.