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I have Onda V919 air Dual OS but it's stuck in bootloop. I've tried to fix it by flashing the firmware but I'm unable to do so.
Maybe I don't have the correct firmware, I took it from XDA because I can't find it in download section of this forum.
Check attached files to see a picture of the back of my tablet and the error I'm getting when flashing.
Thank you for your help,
I was using my onda v80 plus without any issue however one days it suddenly powered of and it couldnt boot again. So, I tried to install windows and failed, also tried to install Android and failed too.
(Windows couldn't format the drive and Android couldn't create partitions on device blocks)
After searching for problem, I got a clue that targets eMMC. It seems eMMC device is corrupted. I tried to perform checking tools on eMMC but nothing could fix it.
Now, I changed my scope, because seems impossible to fix eMMC device, and decided to install windows on SDCARD device. But, windows installation unfortunately unable to recognize card reader and I need to find driver of sdcard reader.
Is there any body to help me or assist me to solve this problem?
By Bane R
Can you please post speeds that you get from MicroSD cards on V80 Plus tablet? I am getting 11-12 MB/s (both write and read) no matter how fast MicroSD card is. I understand that I cannot get full speed of very fast cards, but is there a way to get little bit more speed out of It?
I am new at this forum and I recently got my Onda v919 Air CH dual boot tablet and
so less so far it runs very well.
I only have one issue: In Windows 10, when I plug in the Samsung Evo 64 gb micro sdcard (I also tried
some other micro sdcards as well, but I want this to work) I hear the normal Windows sound that some
hardware was added and in the device manager pops up some sdcard class controller. The problem is,
that the sdcard class controller got a Code 10 and it is obviously not recognized by the explorer.
I tried to install some other drivers but it tells me that the current drivers are the best suitable every time.
Besides in Android every micro sdcard I tested worked fine and w/o any problems.
So is there some workaround, driver or BIOS which will fix the issue? I haven't found anything helpful yet.
Thanks in advance