I have a chinese allwinner a13 tablet. The firmware it had was really slow and couldn't use Google Apps so I decided to install a custom rom for it. I tried several roms, but only some were close to 100% working. Some had no working wifi, and the ones that did have a working wifi had other problems.
The best one I found was one that didn't have a working wifi, but everything else was super smooth. So I decided to try to fix it's wifi.
I am not good with android. I found a wifi fixer for allwinner a13 tablets, but for Cyanogenmod, and I replaced the files in the installed firmware with the ones from the fixer. Now when I try to open the tablet, it is stuck in the Android screen from the beginning of booting.
The tablet is rooted. Is there any way to access the system folder where I replaced the files from my pc, even if the tablet can't boot?
- the device can still be booted into recovery
- the ROM I installed is an
.imgfile and was flashed with LiveSuite. LiveSuite doesn't recognize the tablet anymore when it goes in recovery.
- ADB detects the device when booted into recovery (
adb reboot-bootloaderworked fine as well)
adb shelldoes not work; obviously shell is part of what got borked by the "broken flash" (
adb shellresults in a
/system/bin/sh' failed: No such file or directory (2))