Jul 18, 2013

Sumvision Cyclone Voyager 7' 4.2.2 firmware installed on Pipo S1 tablet. Best firmware till now!



First you have to download the Sumvision Cyclone Voyager 7' 4.2.2 firmware from here or from here. Next download the Rockchip Batch Tool v1.7 from here.

Now put the Pipo S1 tablet into 'firmware update mode', run the Rockchip Batch Tool v1.7, select the update-733-2013-7-10-ËóŢ˙--źŢ--4.2.img file and press 'Restore' button. Wait for 4-5 minutes and that's it. First boot takes longer, about 5 minutes, so please be patient.


Build details:
- Android Jelly bean 4.2.2
- Kernel 3.0.36+

- WiFi, camera and G sensor work just fine;
- Languages: all 

- preinstalled gapps
- not rooted.  

- 11.582 points in Antutu Benchmark. 
- Build number: rk30sdk-eng 4.2.2 JDQ39 eng.root20130705.2123608 test-keys 

[Update1]
The easiest way to root this firmware version and to install CWM 6.0.31
Please watch the second video for details.

1. Install the driver for the tablet. In my case, I have Windows 8 x64 bit, I had to follow this video tutorial. Better download Rockusb drivers v.3.5 from this post.
2. From settings enable USB Debuggibg on your Pipo S1 tablet. Download and install Moborobo or PdaNet from here. Run one of these apps to make sure that your tablet diver is correctly installed.
3. Run UnlockRoot Pro v.3.36 and press 'Root' button. It will ask to root it againg and choose 'yes' option. Finally the tablet will reboot and you're done. Now you have root acces. Or simply root using this video tutorial.
4. To install the CWM 6.0.2.7 please follow the update steps from this post. Then download CWM 6.0.3.1 from here or from here and copy it as it is on a micro SD card, install Quick Boot free from Play store, reboot into recovery, then choose 'install zip from sd card' and apply the new CWM zip file from your card. Enjoy CWM 6.0.3.1 on your tablet!

[Update2]
Install HDMI fix from here.
Install Patch v1.0 from here.


BTW, don't forget to calibrate your battery using this tutorial.


Credits for this firmware go to Cristian Czinege


Always keep in mind that this is not a review, just a first sight of this firmware. You have to test it more for another details, to see if it satisfies your needs.
 
 
 Root & CWM 6.0.3.1


 

17 comentarii:

Cristian Czinege said...

Thanks i was i think the first that i test it but i want to
thank you copywriting4u because he tell us that i we can get Jelly Bean 4.2 for sumvison for the sumvision voyager site, which is the same as the Pipo S1.
I was i think the first who installed and then tell everyone else ... here its a movie with the benchmark antutu and quadrant. http://youtu.be/ciI_MImY65Y

ZenithPaul said...

thnx, you granted my request!.. thnx alot

ZenithPaul said...

hi please remind other people when flashing cwm, cuz i got stuck and no display after i click flash, and i got to reflash the firmware again.. thnx again..

ZenithPaul said...

thanks alot for the help, i have root mine using root by danyrolux given by your blog.. and it root successfully, will there be a problem if i did not root my pipo s1 using unlockroot? and btw i cant find the unlockroot download link...., so will there be a problem on my root?

thnx alot, i have one more request if its ok?.. can you share us how to change boot logo (not boot animation) on our pipo s1?. i dont like sumvision logo at boot of my pipo, i want the original pipo s1 logo.. and if its ok can you edit the original pipo s1 logo , the logo below android jellybean it says its 4.1, can you edit it to 4.2.2 or just 4.2, and change our sumvision logo to pipo s1 logo,, thnx thnx, thnx alot!

Dan Stefan said...

@ZenithPaul
It's very ok the way you rooted, there is no problem with that. This method has also the same result, of course http://touchscreen-apps.blogspot.ro/2013/03/the-easiest-way-to-root-pipo-smart-s1.html
I'll be gone away for some days, so I can't do anything about that... ;)

ALEXANDER SHEDDEN said...

HDMI don't work please fix it

Jeff Kinsey said...

All functions work on Smart-S1, except for HDMI connection which causes reboot.

Natalie Júnior said...

In this firmware usb-hub enabled? does it agree gamepad? And the internal storage, how is it, how much memory is there available?

Cristian Czinege said...

1gb and 5gb sd card internal from 8gb the another 2 gb its system

Francesco Cardinale said...

formating data MMMM

Natalie Júnior said...

working the entry for usb otg?Is

Julien Stafie said...

all good except back camera ...wich is not working ...but anyway i dont used so its ok ... many many thanks

Dan Stefan said...

@Julien Stafie
Pipo S1 model hasn't a back camera....

Hellfish said...

Is everyone's home screen locked into landscape...mine won't auto rotate. Works fine in other apps....just not the home screen!

Scidroidz said...

Thanks for this, sound didn't work right away and neither did video playback, but was fine after reboot.All seems to be working well, screen rotation, camera sound etc and very stable, and noticed a couple of new features.
Only thing that isn't working is the HDMI out, which is a real shame as I use that a lot, can anyone fix this? Also does anyone know how to change the initial 'Sumvision' boot screen? I'm sure I could if I knew how to open the firmware .IMG file prior to installing.

Ali Shiwani said...

Hello;
i intall this frimware in my pipo s1 every thing is work fine but g sensor is not working plz help what i do ?

Chris Grant said...

My home screen and app screen are locked in landscape mode. All other apps can rotate screen. Is this a "feature by design" or a fault?

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