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Onda V975m ROM by Stane1983

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Hi,

 

few words I have to share. Wifi issues - I'll try to fix that by porting broadcom wifi driver from android 3.10 kernel which uses newer bcmhd driver.... Good thing is that I think it's doable. Second, Android Lollipop will probably be available in some point of time. I have confirmation that Amlogic did some demos with Lollipop preview, but now its only to wait.... Because not even official lollipop aosp tree final release is not available yet.

 

Bahique...put your fingers away!!! Now is not the time to post. I know you really want to, but trust me...do yourself a favor...relax...read a book...go for a walk. I know you are scanning this thread...and I know you have a technological boner after reading Stane's post about solving the wifi issue...or at least the possibility. But it remains just that...a distant dream. I'll make you a deal...and it will save you and everyone here some headaches. As soon as it is time, I will personally contact you and spend as much time as necessary through PM to make sure you get it right.

 

So happy reading...but no posting...promise me??? No, wait!!! Don't promise me!!! To do so you will need to post. I know you are reading...stay patient...when the time is right, I will take care of you...you will not be forgotten.

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thnx mate, i'm very happy :)

Flocker...

It seems that you too are searching for any post that I put...

Don't worry. I'll follow your words here...I'll stay patient.

Thanks again to Stane for his hard work.

Bahique...put your fingers away!!! Now is not the time to post. I know you really want to, but trust me...do yourself a favor...relax...read a book...go for a walk. I know you are scanning this thread...and I know you have a technological boner after reading Stane's post about solving the wifi issue...or at least the possibility. But it remains just that...a distant dream. I'll make you a deal...and it will save you and everyone here some headaches. As soon as it is time, I will personally contact you and spend as much time as necessary through PM to make sure you get it right.

So happy reading...but no posting...promise me??? No, wait!!! Don't promise me!!! To do so you will need to post. I know you are reading...stay patient...when the time is right, I will take care of you...you will not be forgotten.

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Flocker...

It seems that you too are searching for any post that I put...

Don't worry. I'll follow your words here...I'll stay patient.

Thanks again to Stane for his hard work.

Me too, I laughed 'til my sides hurt, thanks Flocker for a break on a rainy day.

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Bahique...put your fingers away!!! Now is not the time to post. I know you really want to, but trust me...do yourself a favor...relax...read a book...go for a walk. I know you are scanning this thread...and I know you have a technological boner after reading Stane's post about solving the wifi issue...or at least the possibility. But it remains just that...a distant dream. I'll make you a deal...and it will save you and everyone here some headaches. As soon as it is time, I will personally contact you and spend as much time as necessary through PM to make sure you get it right.

 

So happy reading...but no posting...promise me??? No, wait!!! Don't promise me!!! To do so you will need to post. I know you are reading...stay patient...when the time is right, I will take care of you...you will not be forgotten.

LOL

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Am trying to install SciBee's TWRP. Already tested by booting into twrp from sdcard...works fine, touch good. Now want to permanently install. After boot into stock recovery try to flash SciBee's latest from today but get this

 

Finding update package

Opening update package

Verifying update package

E: footer is wrong

E: signature verification failed

Installation aborted

 

 

Why does this happen?

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Hello guys,

Sorry if I m posting on the wrong tread, I know u are trying to keep this section clean. I have just few questions...

I m currently the owner of a tablet v989 and for Christmas I want to buy an v975m to my lil sister.(of course I want her to enjoy the present, and have the best experience out of it)

Can u please tell me the positive and negative things of stane ROM?

Thanks.

(Keep up guys! I see u have lots of support on this forum)

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Installed the package myself on my V3 without these messages. But I used TWRP for installation.

Did you check the MD5 sum of the ZIP?

If MD5 is ok then copy new recovery.img AND the flash package to the SDCard.

Boot TWRP off SDCard and install ZIP from within new TWRP on the card.

Maybe the flash signing on my side went wrong?

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I want to buy an v975m to my lil sister.

I think you shouldn't do it. I not recommend to buy this tablet. Stane did great work, but there are too many things working bad. The main is the battery drain.

The tablet can totally discharge for a night, even battery was at 100%. But sometimes the drain dissappears. My tablet freezes often just in my hands and I need to reboot it. But I have wielded five other tablets (there was Nexus 10) and they all have some annoying "features" :) .

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I think you shouldn't do it. I not recommend to buy this tablet. Stane did great work, but there are too many things working bad. The main is the battery drain.

The tablet can totally discharge for a night, even battery was at 100%. But sometimes the drain dissappears. My tablet freezes often just in my hands and I need to reboot it. But I have wielded five other tablets (there was Nexus 10) and they all have some annoying "features" :) .

 

Sorry, do not plague other users with individual problems...what you write is simply not true. You may have issues with your tablet, or you have it very poorly configured...

 

My tablet does not have these issues. Consumption is high when Wifi is actively working (perhaps the new driver will help with that) and idle consumption is higher when Wifi is enabled. So you should keep it disabled when not using it.

 

One should also carefully select the apps he installs and keep them to a minimum. Check their settings too, lots of them have "usage statistics" and "update check" enabled by default and may not be so obvious to disable. Moreover install a tool that checks the startup apps and only allow apps you absolutely need to run at startup.

 

Furthermore, install Greenify + Xposed ( + Greenify donation package even better) + Lion Tamer module and carefully disable some alarms or increase the time between wakelocks.

 

That way my tablet does not consume more than 14% maximum at idle per 24 hours, and the minimum I have had is 6% consumption per 24hours.

 

What is needed certain times is battery calibration. There are apps for that in Playstore. Fore me some times it has helped a lot, other times made it worst. Right now I am better off with Stane's in that regard than stock KitKat. Consumption rates are more progressive and gradual throughout the range, even in the 100-to-80% zone.

 

Yes battery stats in Chinese tablets could be much better, but still even if statistics suck one can usually get to know the tablet's idiosyncracies in that regard.

 

QUESTION:

 

I need to reinstall the ROM but which file should I use now? The "usb.zip" or the other file?

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Hi,

 

few words I have to share. Wifi issues - I'll try to fix that by porting broadcom wifi driver from android 3.10 kernel which uses newer bcmhd driver.... Good thing is that I think it's doable. Second, Android Lollipop will probably be available in some point of time. I have confirmation that Amlogic did some demos with Lollipop preview, but now its only to wait.... Because not even official lollipop aosp tree final release is not available yet.

If Lollipop would be possible on this tablet, that would be ... I doubt that a word for that exists yet :D

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Hi,

 

few words I have to share. Wifi issues - I'll try to fix that by porting broadcom wifi driver from android 3.10 kernel which uses newer bcmhd driver.... Good thing is that I think it's doable. Second, Android Lollipop will probably be available in some point of time. I have confirmation that Amlogic did some demos with Lollipop preview, but now its only to wait.... Because not even official lollipop aosp tree final release is not available yet.

 

That prospect might change my plans actually...I was itching to try Windows on tablet and was considering getting the Teclast X98 Air II, but if Android releases on this tablet keep coming, then it gets more interesting

 

Again, If I have to reinstall the ROM (want to factory reset, but I had uninstalled the included launcher so no I have no "desktop") which of the two files should I use? The one meant for an upgrade?

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I think you shouldn't do it. I not recommend to buy this tablet. Stane did great work, but there are too many things working bad. The main is the battery drain.

The tablet can totally discharge for a night, even battery was at 100%. But sometimes the drain dissappears. My tablet freezes often just in my hands and I need to reboot it. But I have wielded five other tablets (there was Nexus 10) and they all have some annoying "features" :) .

 

Especially in this case I agree with you. A thorough reading of all 71 pages of this thread should be enough to decide against buying this tablet. That this will be bought for little sister makes it a done deal in my opinion. There are so many good tablets with good ROMs at low prices. Onda dropped the ball on this device and Stane and SciBee have at least made it useable.

 

I find this tablet a bit bulky, oversized. A little sister's hands might be setter served with an 8 or 9 inch which weighs less.

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Working on a guide about that.

 

//Edit:

Guide is

\\Edit

Sorry I apologize for my mistake.

In this quoted post I voted negative by accident.

Is there any way to fix this?

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Especially in this case I agree with you. A thorough reading of all 71 pages of this thread should be enough to decide against buying this tablet. That this will be bought for little sister makes it a done deal in my opinion. There are so many good tablets with good ROMs at low prices. Onda dropped the ball on this device and Stane and SciBee have at least made it useable.

 

I find this tablet a bit bulky, oversized. A little sister's hands might be setter served with an 8 or 9 inch which weighs less.

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Sorry, do not plague other users with individual problems...what you write is simply not true. You may have issues with your tablet, or you have it very poorly configured...

Hm. With Rozak's 1.1.0 ROM were no freezes and the Tablet can survive a few nights into sleep mode. With Rozak's 2.0.1 the tablet has freezes and huge battery drain alltime. With Stane's ROM the tablet has freezes and sometimes (for me it happens so often) it has huge battery drain, so I think the culprit is KitKat. I have installed Stane's ROM only for a few days, so I will check its behavior in further.

Anyway, I have time and some knowledge about tweaking (very often it is useless if you didn't find culprits) Android. If you want just buy it as present, you should find another tablet. That I mean.

 

PS: And I remember about WiFi issues: low speed (I don't care) and connection losts.

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Am trying to install SciBee's TWRP. Already tested by booting into twrp from sdcard...works fine, touch good. Now want to permanently install. After boot into stock recovery try to flash SciBee's latest from today but get this

 

Finding update package

Opening update package

Verifying update package

E: footer is wrong

E: signature verification failed

Installation aborted

 

 

Why does this happen?

Just for completeness:

Packing tool (7ZIP) was set to normal compression mode instead of storage mode. TWRP can unpack this, but obviously the stock recovery can't.

Recompressed and re-uploaded

Tested in stock and TWRP recovery.

If you already installed it there is no need to reinstall. Just download the updated package for your reference.

 

BTW:

To be honest - I also would not buy it again...

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Hm. With Rozak's 1.1.0 ROM were no freezes and the Tablet can survive a few nights into sleep mode. With Rozak's 2.0.1 the tablet has freezes and huge battery drain alltime. With Stane's ROM the tablet has freezes and sometimes (for me it happens so often) it has huge battery drain, so I think the culprit is KitKat. I have installed Stane's ROM only for a few days, so I will check its behavior in further.

Anyway, I have time and some knowledge about tweaking (very often it is useless if you didn't find culprits) Android. If you want just buy it as present, you should find another tablet. That I mean.

 

PS: And I remember about WiFi issues: low speed (I don't care) and connection losts.

 

You have a bad tablet, that is it.

Dont generalize your issues. Have you found a lot of people like you with these issues? I understand your frustration but you are just simply wrong.

 

By the way you have not provided any info on how you have configured your tablet...how many apps, which, their settings etc.

 

I had none of those issues with 4.3 or 4.4 stock ROMs

 

By the way, this thread is for a custom ROM, a work in progress...so there are reported issues, and this counts as an argument against the tablet? Not really.

The Wifi issue is due to an unofficial driver. The stock one had no problems

 

The only general "problem" with this tablet is that its Wifi does not stay enabled on sleep, but that is actually a feature.

There are people who would like more performance out of this tablet? Sure, but that is not a problem either.

Lags? Perhaps, if you compare it to desktop computers and to tablets with half the resolution. Much of this is owed to poor configuration though, in my experience.

 

The problem is many people do not get their tablet to use them, but to mess with them it seems. They spend more time trying to squeeze every bit out of them, they are bored to do some things manually (like cleaning chinese apps) so they run into trouble;

 

If you have a faulty tablet, get it fixed. Do not diss the tablet.

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You have a bad tablet, that is it.

Dont generalize your issues. Have you found a lot of people like you with these issues? I understand your frustration but you are just simply wrong.

By the way you have not provided any info on how you have configured your tablet...how many apps, which, their settings etc.

I had none of those issues with 4.3 or 4.4 stock ROMs

By the way, this thread is for a custom ROM, a work in progress...so there are reported issues, and this counts as an argument against the tablet? Not really.

The Wifi issue is due to an unofficial driver. The stock one had no problems

The only general "problem" with this tablet is that its Wifi does not stay enabled on sleep, but that is actually a feature.

There are people who would like more performance out of this tablet? Sure, but that is not a problem either.

Lags? Perhaps, if you compare it to desktop computers and to tablets with half the resolution. Much of this is owed to poor configuration though, in my experience.

The problem is many people do not get their tablet to use them, but to mess with them it seems. They spend more time trying to squeeze every bit out of them, they are bored to do some things manually (like cleaning chinese apps) so they run into trouble;

If you have a faulty tablet, get it fixed. Do not diss the tablet.

As I said in other forums -not here- this tablet is ok for me and with Stane' ROM is better. This is a work in progress ROM and this is android...both things claims a lot of work and dedication with a lot of bugs and problems. So, in resume I'm very happy with this tablet.

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You have a bad tablet, that is it.

Dont generalize your issues. Have you found a lot of people like you with these issues? I understand your frustration but you are just simply wrong.

 

By the way you have not provided any info on how you have configured your tablet...how many apps, which, their settings etc.

 

I had none of those issues with 4.3 or 4.4 stock ROMs

 

By the way, this thread is for a custom ROM, a work in progress...so there are reported issues, and this counts as an argument against the tablet? Not really.

The Wifi issue is due to an unofficial driver. The stock one had no problems

 

The only general "problem" with this tablet is that its Wifi does not stay enabled on sleep, but that is actually a feature.

There are people who would like more performance out of this tablet? Sure, but that is not a problem either.

Lags? Perhaps, if you compare it to desktop computers and to tablets with half the resolution. Much of this is owed to poor configuration though, in my experience.

 

The problem is many people do not get their tablet to use them, but to mess with them it seems. They spend more time trying to squeeze every bit out of them, they are bored to do some things manually (like cleaning chinese apps) so they run into trouble;

 

If you have a faulty tablet, get it fixed. Do not diss the tablet.

 

Dear Definitio,

 

You might be happy with your tablet and thats good, bottom line is that there is a lot, and I mean a lot of people whom is not happy with theirs. The claimed performance is not there, mine did random reboots and froze constantly until I installed Stanes ROM, I have done custom ROM installs for years and did anyhow manage to totally brick a friends V4.

 

The thing is if you are not prepared for modifying, fiddling and spending an obscene amount of time trying to correct the Onda mistakes this tablet is not for you. I would not recommend this to a girl with no experience and whom most likely will NOT be carefull of which app to install and pay special attention to configurations.... If you want a tablet that just works with high specifications then this is NOT it.... Sorry but this is the bitter truth.

 

The Cube Talk 9X seems like a much better option if you read people's reviews but I have no personal experience with it??

 

Personally I have gotten so sick of this that it will eventually be donated as a glorified family KODI remote control for the house media centers. I am in the process of ordering a huge 13" Levono tablet with a build in Pico-projector, tired of chinese un-branded tablets for now. Even though I know Lenovo is Chinese, at least it has some kind of reasonably reputation.

A 13" is not for everybody I know, but I will give it a go... Called a Lenovo Yoga tablet 2 Pro 13,3"

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