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    How do I create an Android Boot Micro SD Card?

    My nieces Allwinner A13 has gone down, it wont pass the Android screen ¬_¬

    I have tried all the 'fixes' such as hold power and volume ect.

    It needs a reboot, I cannot do it via my laptop, does anyone know how I can make a boot card? The online instructions seem to be very confusing

    I have a very sad little girl since it crashed

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    Seems to be a come up as a common issue with these tablets heres a youtube video about them if you havent already seen it
    youtube.com/wat…u2I

    There's usually a reset button hole in the bottom of some of the chinese tablets, with my hyundai t7 tablet I have to have it plugged into charger as well as press the reset... sorts it out no problem on the occassional glitch while running/booting. Hope that helps, just don't get mixed up with the mic hole, they are very similar, but the mic one usually has mic written near it.

    From the googling I did when the question was posted it seems the reset button is missing from the board and some bright spark is suggesting to reset with a paperclip via the microphone hole [Do not do this!]
    Edited by: "arachnoid" 14th Jan 2014

    umm when mine went tits up after a dodgy root, the phoenix card method didn't work, there is usually a button combo to make it go into "terminal mode" where u can use a program to reflash it but it took me a far bit of fiddling and i work with it kit.
    Try here for some reasonable help.
    slatedroid.com, mine was the ampe a85 with cortex a8 and multi core gfx which i think is the same as the a13

    Or here where you might look up Uberizer

    What type of a13 is it? Livesuit can solve pretty much any problems with some a13s.

    However, the fact that it gets stuck at the Android screen suggests that the NAND is corrupt; I have one with just that problem, and it is very common. You'll know for sure if you manage to reflash it and it just goes wrong again.

    arachnoid

    From the googling I did when the question was posted it seems the reset … From the googling I did when the question was posted it seems the reset button is missing from the board and some bright spark is suggesting to reset with a paperclip via the microphone hole [Do not do this!]



    Me? if so, read my post again as you misread it... did not suggest that, was making sure he didn't do that. Also, didn't know there was no reset same as you didn't before you googled it.
    Edited by: "paddy.stone" 15th Jan 2014
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