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[ROM] Novo7 Aurora - Android 2.3.4

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Diskutiere [ROM] Novo7 Aurora - Android 2.3.4 im Root / Hacking / Modding für Ainol Novo 7 mit ARM-Prozessor im Bereich Ainol Novo mit ARM-Prozessor.
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Ich hab mal bei der Konkurenz geräubert und die Files bei anderen Hostern hochgeladen. Falls ich etwas falsch verlinkt habe oder bei anderen Fehlern, bitte melden!


Ich habe die Files und die Tutorials nur kopiert und noch nicht getestet, da ich noch auf mein Aurora warte.
Benutzung auf eigene Gefahr!


Found this on Pandawill, haven't tested it, but i've mirrored it.

Filename:

Novo72.3.4.rar​


Originally found on:


Description from original post:

2.3.4 firmwareMore compatible and smooth than android ICS with 2.3.4 original interface, but part of drivers haven't debugged. We have to wait ainol staff coming back to work to finish optimize)​
I got bored today, so I installed 2.3.4.

It is reaaaaaally smooth, the people using it were right.

- Based on Novo7 Elf (the bootup screen says Elf)
- Market installed by default (albeit an older version)
- Flash installed
- 2160P HD player installed
- JingDong market installed

It's certainly not as nice to look at as ICS, but it's a lot cleaner and faster. Don't like the keyboard, the buttons are designed for a phone and not a tablet.

I don't know if I will keep it on 2.3.4 until the next firmware is released from Ainol for ICS (I'm also very eager to try Almaz's script with the 20120119 firmware) but, then again, 2.3.4 has no lag, is crisp, seems solid, played some HD content flawlessly...
Quelle: SlateDroid User: Dr Martin

Download Android 2.3.4 for Novo7 Aurora:
Rapidshare


Download LiveSuit v1.07:
Rapidshare
Mediafire


Download USB-Driver for Novo7 Aurora:
Rapidshare
Mediafire



Installation:

1. Check the current baseband/firmware installed. Go to Menu > Settings > About Device.
Turn-On Tablet, go to Settings > Applications > Development. = For Gingerbread​
Turn-On Tablet, go to System Settings > Developers Option. = For Ice Cream Sandwich​
Turn-ON USB Debugging & Stay Awake.​

2. Connect the Tablet to PC and double-click "dpinst.exe" to install the required USB Driver for your OS.

3. After installation, disconnect your Tablet to PC and Turn it OFF.

4. Extract the Livesuit Pack into a folder on your PC. Place the Firmware .img file inside the Livesuit Pack folder and double-click Livesuit.exe:

1st pop-up window click YES.
2nd pop-up window click FORMAT.
3rd pop-up window click NEXT.
4th pop-up window click YES.
5th pop-up window locate your selected FW image file and click OPEN.
6th pop-up window click FINISH.​

5. On your Tablet, press and hold the Back Button and connect the Tablet to PC.

6. As soon as you connect the USB Cable to PC, rapidly press the Power button 5 times without releasing the Back button.

7th pop-up window click: (YES = Upgrade/Downgrade) (NO = Re-Flash to same Firmware)
8th pop-up window click: (YES = Upgrade/Downgrade)​

7. You can now release the Menu button and wait for the upgrading to get finished.

9th pop-up window click FINISH or OK.​

Gingerbread 2.3.4 After Finishing Firmware Upgrading:
1. Disconnect the tablet to PC and Power-ON your Tablet.
2. Go to Settings scroll down upto bottom and locate the [A] icon to change the Language.
3. Touch the very 1st option and choose English (US).
4. Go to Settings > Wireless and Networks > Wi-Fi Settings and Press Menu.
5. Click Advanced > Wi-Fi Sleep Policy and set it to NEVER.
6. Go to Settings > Applications > Development and turn-ON Stay Awake.
7. Go to Settings > Display > Screen Timeout and set it to 2mins above.
8. Go To Settings > Sound and disable Haptic Feedback (Vibrate).
9. Reboot your Tablet.​


IceCreamSandwich 4.0.3 After Finishing Firmware Upgrading:
1. Disconnect the tablet to PC and Power-ON your Tablet.
2. Go to System Settings scroll down upto bottom and locate the [A] icon to change the Language.
3. Touch the very 1st option and choose English (US).
4. Go to System Settings > Developers Option > Turn-ON USB Debugging & Stay Awake.
5. Go to System Settings > Display >Sleep and set it to 2mins above.
6. Go To Settings > Sound and set Vibrate to Never and Disable Vibrate on Touch.
7. Reboot your Tablet.​

IF Firmware Upgrading Fails, just press Power button + RECV button (using plastic stick on tiny hole) for 10seconds and do the Firmware Upgrading
again.
 
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