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Master Geek


# 131157 10-Oct-2013 18:52
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Hi, anyone with a Nextbook Premium 7, can you please go here and do the non-bootloader one, and instead of menu and power, do minus volume and power. It will dump a file, called parameters, which has the offsets to flash a rom to a nextbook premium 7. I need those offsets, because my device has bricked its self. No, I tried to flash a broken rom, and I can't get the right offsets. They are at the end of the file, and look like this: CMDLINE: console=ttyS1,115200n8n androidboot.console=ttyS1 init=/init initrd=0x62000000,0x800000 mtdparts=rk29xxnand:0x00002000@0x00002000(misc), 0x00004000@0x00004000(kernel), 0x00008000@0x00008000(boot),  0x00008000@0x00010000(recovery), 0x000F0000@0x00018000(backup), 0x0003a000@0x00108000(cache), 0x00200000@0x00142000(userdata), 0x00002000@0x00342000(kpanic), 0x000E6000@0x00344000(system), -@0x0042A000(user)
These ones are from a generic RK29XX device.

PLEASE MAKE SURE ITS THE ONE THAT HAS ANDROID 4.0 ON IT NOT ANDROID 4.1!

Also, it needs to be the non-core2 one.

Thanks

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  # 912240 10-Oct-2013 18:53
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If you've bricked it, return it and play innocence, they'll likely exchange it on the spot.






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  # 912243 10-Oct-2013 18:56
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hmm, thinking about it, ok idea, especially if they check the Flash memory, because there is nothing there, i think.
EDIT: But still, nice to just stick with the one I got, and get the right offsets.

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