Author Topic: Afraid to update the FW  (Read 2873 times)

EvilHimself

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Afraid to update the FW
« on: April 05, 2010, 12:17:42 am »
Hi.

I have a new Dingoo.

The serial number on it is: 4G A320BK9618540
On the Box ther is a sign with: Jan   CVFH-N03-4G-BLACK (not sure if is H or II)
It came with 1.2 Firmware.
On the About2 it say:

VENDOR ID: 0x 1be1369
SDRAM ##!
LCD MODULE: LCM_FAIR_ILI9331_3
LOADER SUM: 0x 90614d
OS SUM: 0x a2d83c5
OS##: Sep 23 2009 09:38:11
####: 253593

The a320.hxf that came with it has the CRC32:9D6E6B65 and the MD5:8F721603B2FF14D4305790E9D890A0CB

I don't have opened it but i guess it have the split RAM version because that when I run GNUboy, Dingoo freezes the next attempt to run a Game.

Now, after that full log about my Dingoo :P , all I want to know is:

Has anybody with this same config who had successfully changed the FW with the hacked version?
Is safe for me put the Hacked FW?

I all want is the ability to change the themes.
But if it?s not safe, i can live without it.


ddragoonss

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Re: Afraid to update the FW
« Reply #1 on: April 05, 2010, 02:20:37 am »
Firmware 1.2 here.

I did installed the hacked firmware and the dingux, no problems at all.
Except one, when installing the dual-boot for dingux, i needed use B+power(every tutorial say [B+reset button], but it don't works).

Don't forget the system folder when installing the hacked FW.

EvilHimself

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Re: Afraid to update the FW
« Reply #2 on: April 05, 2010, 05:13:04 am »
Thank you.

But are you sure that your Dingoo hardware is the same as mine?

ddragoonss

  • Guest
Re: Afraid to update the FW
« Reply #3 on: April 05, 2010, 06:29:35 am »
Thank you.

But are you sure that your Dingoo hardware is the same as mine?

Yep, but mine is newer(using the serial code as reference).

4G A320BK9619395
Same vendor ID(has a diferent name, but same value), same LCD module, same loader SUM and same last line then your.

Trust me, it will work, just use the power button instead the reset button when changing to chinachip mode and auto-update mode.



 

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