Unfortunately, brick.sh does not work. bootrom-minimal.sh only works if your tablet is bricked. That means you first have to brick your tablet. To brick your tablet without using brick.sh (now it is useless), you need to root your tablet first. Article #1321 (the original article it refers) gives you the clue.Should I run brick.sh, then bootrom-minimal.sh?
I'm a little lost as I thought if it tested for > 5.6.3 and failed it would ask for
permission to do the brick and then continue the script? Instead it continues without
asking and then fails with 'critical init step 4' error message.
It appears to have pushed the 3 three files to the tablet successfully, using mtk-su.