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  • #45700
    Tony
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    Here is a link for the i12 firmware:

    https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BwGylcha3AfdbDV4aFY5TmNuUWc

    The 7.8 GB rar-file, dated 19/7, is from this Cube download link:

    http://www.51cube.com/ch/DownShow.asp?ID=416

    As mentioned in the other thread here:

    Data for restore the Windows an Andoid System

    this firmware rar file is difficult to download from the Chinese site.

    Here are the check-sums of the rar file:

    File: 酷比魔方IWORK12(I12)双系统安装文件及教程.rar
    CRC-32: fb9190c5
    MD4: 23378cb5a56426cdd69511ea82e44e3a
    MD5: 6bdb30c32ba022d619a8ba580ce9d1ed
    SHA-1: 1e60b7fa1f76d826550de536fa092a1013101e29

    #46845
    Dean
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    • Posts: 63

    Thanks

    #47024
    Joaqui
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    Hi.

    What are the differences with the version i12.V1.1.

    #47041
    Tony
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    • Posts: 45

    New version? Have not seen that, unless its printed on the back of a new factory release of the i12 tablets.

    The i12 firmware on the cube firmware link is still dated 19/7

    #49325
    Ishan Perusinghe
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    has anyone tried this firmware and know how to check current firmware.

    #50795
    zahid
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    • Posts: 14

    Not possible to download.

    #50799
    Tony
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    Sorry to hear that. I have just looked & it is still online. Here is the link again:

    https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BwGylcha3AfdbDV4aFY5TmNuUWc

    #54982
    sean
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    thanks for the google drive link only took 5   mins to download.

    according the translated doc.

    it says run the flash65 batch in the bios folder, which i did.

    it says don’t touch android unless its giving problems so wont touch it then.

    since i received the tablet few months ago i only received one OTA android update and that was on first boot.

    what does this firmware fix anyway?

     

    #55003
    Tony
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    Thanks for the update.

    The firmware is dated 19/7, and I guess this is the only & original version from Cube. I check the firmware site from time to time, but the original 19/7 download is still listed.

    I have updated Windows to version 1607, the so-called Anniversary update.

    #55009
    sean
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    Downloading the new windows now. After updating the bios, android is stuck on boot up logo. Have to try fix that now, think the notes say I have to flash android  in the windows bios.

    #55017
    Tony
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    A general run-through document of the firmware installation would be useful, when you have completed the task, if you can be bothered.

    The Chinese flashing document, given with the Cube firmware, is only really understandable after translation if you have experience of bios & mobile phone flashing, together with dual booting versions of Windows on a computer.

    I have that experience & still I wasn’t sure about the translated document. As I said elsewhere, I can’t play around with the i12 that I have, as it is a gift for someone. Else, after making a full backup of the system onto a flash drive, I would try & rip out the Android partitions and use Windows alone.

    #55371
    Purjo
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    Did you find a solution to the android not booting part? I have the same problem.

     

    #55380
    sean
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    no, cant get it to work, just sits on the boot logo.

    following the sketchy instructions which don’t add up don’t work.

     

    #55387
    Tony
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    • Posts: 45

    Try this link to get info on drive partitions and also changing the dual-boot setup:

    Cube iWork 12

    Start halfway down the page, and there is info that might be helpful.

    #58025
    bobsontav
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    In case anyone wants the instructions in English I have used Google Translate and created an English copy. Although a lot of it doesn’t make much sense as the translation isn’t perfect, hopefully it helps someone though… https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7-D-OktVA8oMnVfR2lHdXR2V28/view?usp=sharing

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