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Hi everyone - does anyone know if there's a custom recovery available for the OBook 10 SE? Anything like TWRP or CWM? If not, is there any other way to backup my tablet before trying to re-flash Remix OS 2.0 from Jide?

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i have twrp on obook 20.. can pass that. or my backup look like twrp for onda v919 air ch

if you wanna try that.. but as you know.. i wont be responsible for mess up your tablet..

send me PM if you interest

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On 7/20/2017 at 6:13 AM, Ivansu said:

Hi, 

I have the V919 but don't seem to get it right in flashing to the obook10 system. How do I go about it? 

Thanks 

As far as I know the boot.img need to be compiled to let it boot in TWRP

unfortunately the process is baidu and lot of  hours research and translating.

if you wish to experiment at your own risk, you can flash the boot.img from my drive. but it is for obook20plus

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B7bzuJLiWwaHLWlVcTJSZGxTV2M

and if you really wanna try that get a full android for your obook first before you start experiment in case something will go wrong. 

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