Livesuit V1 07 5.rar ^NEW^ ⏵
Livesuit V1 07 5.rar
now it is time to make some microsd card. from any microsd card reader, you can make microsd card, providing it is write-protected. if not, buy write-protected microsd card. this tool is capable to write a microsd card only once. please do not write it more than once, as this may result in data loss. if you have any questions, please refer to the user manual.
install ubuntu with wireless and bluetooth enabled. to do that, you have to use livesuit. usb drivers are pre-installed on the ubuntu.iso file. on windows, you must copy the ui drivers. you have to download and open “.rar” file, and copy the file “drivers_menu.ini” from the opened.rar file to “drivers” folder, and you can ignore the “gx208” folder. you can then install the drivers and update firmware through livesuit to the microsd card.
live suit v1 06 10.rar [/vc_column_text][/vc_tab][vc_tab title=livesuit v1 documentation tab_id=1389168169617-5-1][vc_column_text]note: the free version of livesuit tool does not have the usb web developer tools, so you will have to purchase the $49.95 usb developer tool for windows or linux.
the following download links may also work; most are mirror sites, but i couldnt find any that actually gave the required firmware file, so you need to do some searching to find the right link. here’s a list of links that worked for me in my own use on the ubuntu platform.
in which case you might need to update the firmware to make your android tablet bootable. to do this, you’ll first need an sd card and a microsd adapter, then use an sd card reader to write the allwinner sd card bootable image to the microsd adapter. after youve done that, use livesuit to install the microsd adapter card into your a10 android tablet.
dd if=sd bootable image.img of=/dev/sdx livesuit v1 07 5.rar the sd bootable image.img is located in the ubuntu /boot folder, and the sd card must be connected to the computer at the time of running this command.
just remember that you are installing the firmware for your device. the firmware is not only a copy of the original one, its a small bootloader that loads the original firmware. it also has the functionality of a recovery partition, so if you lose the original one, you can still flash the original one back on your device. the risk of losing the original one is very low, since you can flash the original back to the same chip. however, if you lose the original one, you can always flash the original one back to a new chip using livesuit.
is this the new file format? i used to be able to flash the firmware using livesuit. i wasnt using the file provided by livesuit and i was using the original version. i did not have any issues. i also used to be able to flash the firmware using efs but it seems that efs is no longer supported by allwinner.
i also tried the livesuit tool with a cubieboard 2, but it did not work out well, but it did work. i cant verify if the driver package also works with cubieboard2, so please comment if it does work or not. when you update the firmware, make sure you rename the image file to *.img.img or *.zip to have it recognized as such. im also pretty sure that the linux driver package also requires the cubieboard 2 to be placed in usb mode (otherwise it would be a bit useless).
the update will probably take a while. you can watch the progress in the livesuit window. when the process is finished, the board will power off and then power on again to show the new firmware. if you see anything wrong with the system, dont hesitate to contact me. the more feedback we have, the better i can optimize the tool.