Ezpad 5s – bricked tablet, how to umbrick it ?

Ezpad 5s – bricked tablet, how to umbrick it ?

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  • #49876
    Mike
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    • Posts: 5

    Hello,

    I need help, please.

    I bricket my Ezpad 5S playing with the bios (I know, no excuses !). I tried to remove the cover in order to find info about the tablet’s board id for searching the right Firmware files. I have no idea how to remove the back cover after removing the screws, no sign like for other chinese tablets.

    Is someone having such info ?

    Or, how to flash this tablet with Win 10 only OS ?

    Or, did someone have the same problem of black screen (the tablet could be charged, the same with the batery) and solved it ?

    Thanks.

     

    #56732
    shashank tyagi
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    • Posts: 10

    Can you enter UEFI, if not than you will have to flash bios from external usb flasher. Also you will need suitable bios file for your tablet.

    #56736
    nicolas poupinet
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    • Posts: 213

    How to remove the back cover after removing the screws? Start from the top.

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    #56819
    nicolas poupinet
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    Hi Mike. Bios is here
    https://mega.nz/#!6l5RxLKT!x4KAPBvL25emJRtOhM-_C96pTipKhjzWC4befuez1CE

    Special thanks to @shashank-tyagi

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    #59688
    Alessandro
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    • Posts: 1

    Do you have a step by step guide to flash the bios from external usb on Jumper ezpad 5s ?

    #59896
    nicolas poupinet
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    • Posts: 213

    Follow this tutorial

    “Ok so after great searching i came across a method which will be successful for taking backup of BIOS in UEFI based systems as is our’s tablet.

    First go to this page – https://justpaste.it/FlashBiosViaUEFI and prepare usb thumb drive as instructed. In place of FPT.EFI32 and fparts.txt provided in that page use fpt64.efi and fparts provided by me in attachment (as ezpad mini 3 is having a 64 bit UEFI and not a 32 bit one).

    The web page indicated above shows procedure for backing up and flashing of bios both but here we will be taking back up only (so we will be placing fpt64.efi and fparts.txt only in thumb drive and not bios.bin) and running “fpt64.efi -D MyOriginalBios.bin” this command only.

    once you have Bios saved to your thumb drive you can share that here. The procedure is some what lengthy and tedious but i hope someone will attempt and share the ezpad mini 3 bios for helping me and others also.
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    FPT-EFI.zip

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    #59895
    nicolas poupinet
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    Follow this tutorial

    Ok so after great searching i came across a method which will be successful for taking backup of BIOS in UEFI based systems as is our’s tablet.

    First go to this page – https://justpaste.it/FlashBiosViaUEFI  and prepare usb thumb drive as instructed. In place of FPT.EFI32 and fparts.txt provided in that page use fpt64.efi and fparts provided by me in attachment (as ezpad mini 3 is having a 64 bit UEFI and not a 32 bit one).

    The web page indicated above shows procedure for backing up and flashing of bios both but here we will be taking back up only (so we will be placing fpt64.efi and fparts.txt only in thumb drive and not bios.bin) and running “fpt64.efi -D MyOriginalBios.bin” this command only.

    once you have Bios saved to your thumb drive you can share that here. The procedure is some what lengthy and tedious but i hope someone will attempt and share the ezpad mini 3 bios for helping me and others also.

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    FPT-EFI.zip

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    #73423
    AC
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    • Posts: 2

    Don’t know if you are still looking for a solution, but I wanted to share for anyone else my experience thinking I had bricked a Jumper Ezpad 6 Pro (it might be similar to 5s).

    The screen was black and it seemed it would not turn on when pressing the power button. I tried holding it for a long time to reset, nothing seemed to work. In the end I realised it was actually turning on but the screen was off. Sometimes I could get it to stay on for a few seconds and then switch off.

    The solution was to plug in to a monitor with a HDMI cable. I could boot Windows and I used the tools in Settings -> Update & security -> Recovery to somehow get into the BIOS where I could reset settings to default.

    Just a tip to check HDMI before you write it off as bricked.

    #148707
    wahid
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    • Posts: 4

    The screen was dark and it appeared it would not turn on when squeezing the power catch. I took a stab at holding it for quite a while to reset, nothing appeared to work. At last I understood it was really turning on however the screen was off. At times I could inspire it to remain on for a couple of moments and after that turn off.

    The arrangement was to connect to a screen with a HDMI link. I could boot Windows and I utilized the instruments in Settings – > Update and security – > Recovery to by one way or another get into the BIOS where I could reset settings to default.

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