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My apologies, wifi optimization was not on, now it works. Thanx ;-)

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Great... i have seen good improvment in battery... did you notice the same?

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Hi I really have a problem here :( I put the wrong firmware by mistake on my Onda V975M V3 version it was a Android 4.3 I guess I put the V1 version and now it doesn't want to turn back on, it completely black screen, nothing, when I pluggin in the computer you can hear a sound but nothing, PLease guys don't tell me I blew my tablet away and I can have it turn it back on with the original V3 version, pleaseeee help me!!!!

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IS anyone knows how to do it!???

Look for the topic "Brick and now?" and follow strictly the instructions of post #148

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