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Hi @jcom4179 , [br]
 
 
You’ve probably already seen this but have you thought of [http://www.jxd.hk/s7800-firmware%EF%BC%89/|reflashing the firmware] on the device?
 
Doing it this way will be a challenge as the instructional video is in Chinese but essentially it appears that you load the Rockchip drivers for the devicerequired in a PC and then use the flashingloading program to loadinstall the firmware via USB into the device
Doing it this way will be a challenge as the instructional video is in Chinese but essentially it appears that you load the Rockchip drivers for the devicerequired in a PC and then use the flashingloading program to loadinstall the firmware via USB into the device
 
At least that is how I think that it may be done. Worth a try anyway. ;-)
 
I’ve done similar flashing firmware procedures on other devices that use the Rockchip chipset, although with the one I did you only had to hold the Power button when you connected it to a PC with the flash program running to get it recognized, but it may be different in your case

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Editado por: jayeff ,

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Hi @jcom4179 , [br]
 
 
You’ve probably already seen this but have you thought of [http://www.jxd.hk/s7800-firmware%EF%BC%89/|reflashing the firmware] on the device?
 
Doing it this way will be a challenge as the instructional video is in Chinese but essentially it appears that you load the drivers for the device in a PC and then use the flashing program to load the firmware via USB into the device
 
At least that is how I think that it may be done. Worth a try anyway. ;-)
 
I’ve done similar flashing firmware procedures on other devices that use the Rockchip chipset, although with the one I did you only had to hold the Power button when you connected it to a PC with the programsflash program running to get it recognized, but it may be different in your case
I’ve done similar flashing firmware procedures on other devices that use the Rockchip chipset, although with the one I did you only had to hold the Power button when you connected it to a PC with the programsflash program running to get it recognized, but it may be different in your case

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Editado por: jayeff ,

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Hi @jcom4179 , [br]
 
 
You’ve probably already seen this but have you thought of [http://www.jxd.hk/s7800-firmware%EF%BC%89/|reflashing the firmware] on the device?
 
Doing it this way will be a challenge as the instructional video is in Chinese but essentially it appears that you load the drivers for the device in a PC and then use the flashing program to load the firmware.firmware via USB into the device
Doing it this way will be a challenge as the instructional video is in Chinese but essentially it appears that you load the drivers for the device in a PC and then use the flashing program to load the firmware.firmware via USB into the device
 
At least that is how I think that it may be done. Worth a try anyway. ;-)
 
I’ve done similar flashing firmware procedures on other devices that use the Rockchip chipset, although with the one I did you only had to hold the Power button when you connected it to a PC with the programs running to get it recognized, but it may be different in your case

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Editado por: jayeff ,

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Hi @jcom4179 , [br]
 
 
You’ve probably already seen this but have you thought of [http://www.jxd.hk/s7800-firmware%EF%BC%89/|reflashing the firmware] on the device?
 
Doing it this way will be a challenge as the instructional video is in Chinese but essentially it appears that you load the drivers for the device in a PC and then use the flashing program to load the firmware.
 
At least that is how I think that it may be done. Worth a try anyway. ;-)
 
I’ve done similar flashing firmware procedures on other devices that use the Rockchip chipset.chipset, although with the one I did you only had to hold the Power button when you connected it to a PC with the programs running to get it recognized, but it may be different in your case
I’ve done similar flashing firmware procedures on other devices that use the Rockchip chipset.chipset, although with the one I did you only had to hold the Power button when you connected it to a PC with the programs running to get it recognized, but it may be different in your case

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Aporte original por: jayeff ,

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Hi @jcom4179 , [br]

You’ve probably already seen this but have you thought of [http://www.jxd.hk/s7800-firmware%EF%BC%89/|reflashing the firmware] on the device?

Doing it this way will be a challenge as the instructional video is in Chinese but essentially it appears that you load the drivers for the device in a PC and then use the flashing program to load the firmware.

At least that is how I think that it may be done. Worth a try anyway. ;-)

I’ve done similar flashing firmware procedures on other devices that use the Rockchip chipset.

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