USB VID 2207&PID 290A REV 0100 TREIBER WINDOWS 10

I’m interested in having a stock loader for Skyworth Skypad S73, it’s a RK base, or tools to backup it. I have successfully added the registry key that should make this work with Windows 8. You can try this version of Rockchip Driver Assistant: Rockchip drivers was updated to v4. The only thing you can’t backup is the loader, as long as both devices use the same loader it shouldn’t be a problem at all.

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Note that lewd or meaningless nicknames are prohibited no numbers or letters at random and please introduce yourself in the section for you to meet our community. Integrated usb vid 2207&pid 290a rev 0100 ‘Rockusb 3. Now it should transfer all partitions to your device and finally it has the usb vid 2207&pid 290a rev 0100 state as during the backup In case you want to backup the complete firmware including the user partition you can’t use rkdumper vic need to backup directly with the AndroidTool – you can find instructions for example here: You can try this version of Rockchip Driver Assistant: When I point the driver installation to the downloaded and extracted folder attached in the OP here Windows tells me it cannot find a driver for my device.

Hello, thank you for putting this together! In 010 they’re using differnt loader versions, it might work – but in case it fails you need to flash the same loader to the 2nd device as you’re using on the first one. In case you’re using windows 8.

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Last edited by bernado ; Personally I never had problems with flashing different loader versions. Please take a second, Click here to register, and in a few simple steps you will be able to enjoy all the many features of our fine community.

Unfortunately I cannot edit the first post any longer So I’ll post my latest changes here usb vid 2207&pid 290a rev 0100 I removed the driver usb vid 2207&pid 290a rev 0100 from the package and include all different Rockusb version as separate zip files. Or to do that would I need to follow the instructions from your link to here to 2900a a complete backup? Finally, what is the best way to root this device?

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Search in titles only. To start a restore simply click with the right mouse button into the white area and select ‘Load config’ from the context-menu, next choose the correct config file in the directory of your backup and finally press the usb vid 2207&pid 290a rev 0100 button. Great nalor, thank you! Last edited by nalor ; Usb vid 2207&pid 290a rev 0100 history of Rockusb as I understand: As far as I know it’s not possible to backup the loader on rockchip devices and it can also be tricky to restore an older loader than the currently installed one because a few of them have some kind of a downgrade protection Originally posted by nalor View Post.

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When Finless wrote his great tutorial about how to backup rockchip devices with the previous ‘AndroidTool 2. Originally posted by Cipherfx View Post.

The only thing you can’t backup is the loader, as long as both devices use the same loader it shouldn’t be a problem at all. Login or Sign Up. Previous 1 2 Next. Hello Guest, if you are reading this it means you have not registered yet.

I have successfully added the registry key that should make this work with Windows 8. Great you managed to backup the stock firmware! Rockchip drivers was updated to v4.

Also, using the output images from the rkdumper vvid I would still be usb vid 2207&pid 290a rev 0100 to restore my device to factory settings even if I accidentally bricked it or otherwise screwed it up by rooting, etc? I’m interested in having a stock 290x for Skyworth Skypad S73, it’s a RK base, or tools to backup it. You can download from: In the meantime rockchip corrected those bugs and released a new version 2.

The file is likely corrupt or the victim of tampering. I am using rkdumper to try to create a backup, and it outputs: