Update Firmware... Archos101it

by Saftari » Mon, 31 Jan 2011 13:41:37 GMT

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 Mas bro..

Hari ini ada update firmware tuh untuk archos 101it ..

Dari 2.0.71 ke 2.1.3

Berharap masalah USB mati bisa jalan lagi..
Taunya kok belum bisa nyala nih USB port.


Ada yg mengalami USB port mati setelah update dari 2.0.54 ke 2.0.71 ?

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Re: Update Firmware... Archos101it

by Saftari » Mon, 31 Jan 2011 15:59:05 GMT

 arena penasaran..

link untuk update yang Froyo kan ini..


terus saya coba ganti gen8_2.0.54 dengan gen8_1.0.84 sehingga hasilnya


eh bisa euy... ada nama folder itu dan filenya juga ada....

lagi donlod 73.8MB dari server archos tadi...

semoga deh.. bisa di downgrade dulu ke eclair..

thanks ide nya ya om Zaid.


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Re: Update Firmware... Archos101it

by Saftari » Mon, 31 Jan 2011 16:45:00 GMT


biar kata dibalikin ke eClair .. ga bisa juga tuh..

Your Firmware update is too old..... dibandingkan existing firmware.


kirim ke Cutting Edge lagi dah... minta repair mereka... jangan2 emang
hardware ane yang ngaco ya... (tapi kok di forum XDA ada beberapa orang juga
alami hal sama ya..... USB mati).

safitry ozawa

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Re: Update Firmware... Archos101it

by Reza Iransah S.AB » Tue, 01 Feb 2011 06:52:42 GMT

 Ga nyala gmn mksdnya? Ga ke detect flashdisk?
Kl saya sih lancar dari eclair sampe update-an terakhir...

Maaf kalo salah.hee

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