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Can't boot into recovery.

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Hello

Am sorry if I have posted this in the

wrong forum.

I have a 53 version Hannspad and I

was able to successfully flash

Flashback 7.2 onto it.

Everything was fine until yesterday

when I installed Rom Manager from

the market and installed flash

recovery by choosing first option in the

rom manager and then selecting Gtab

from the list (the list had Advent Vega'

Elocity A7' etc).

It said "flashed successfully" and I

almost forgot about it until yesterday

when I decided to install fards

Gtabcomb 3.3_refresh. Now I am

unable to boot into either CWM

recovery or stock recovery. The tablet

boots and runs just fine, just doesn't go

into recovery. It says 'Recovery key

detected' and gets struck though I can

boot into and use the tablet normally. I am writing this using the tablet. My main probelm with Flashback is that it doesn't allow me to download apps via market.

Please suggest me how to get CWM

back.

Thanks for your time guys.

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Hello

Am sorry if I have posted this in the

wrong forum.

I have a 53 version Hannspad and I

was able to successfully flash

Flashback 7.2 onto it.

Everything was fine until yesterday

when I installed Rom Manager from

the market and installed flash

recovery by choosing first option in the

rom manager and then selecting Gtab

from the list (the list had Advent Vega'

Elocity A7' etc).

It said "flashed successfully" and I

almost forgot about it until yesterday

when I decided to install fards

Gtabcomb 3.3_refresh. Now I am

unable to boot into either CWM

recovery or stock recovery. The tablet

boots and runs just fine, just doesn't go

into recovery. It says 'Recovery key

detected' and gets struck though I can

boot into and use the tablet normally. I am writing this using the tablet. My main probelm with Flashback is that it doesn't allow me to download apps via market.

Please suggest me how to get CWM

back.

Thanks for your time guys.

You shouldn't have flashed the recovery via ROM Manager as it isn't compatible with the Hannspad. If anyone else is considering using ROM Manager with the Hannspad, don't!! Anyway just boot into APX mode and use your original NVFLASH backup to restore to stock..

Regards.

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This exact thing happened to me, and a lot of others too on slatedroid. There should be a warning to Hannspad owners not to use rom manager!

I didn't have an nvflash backup so had to restore the stock firmware:

http://www.slatedroid.com/topic/20647-recovery-restoring-to-stock-restoring-from-brick-updated-25th-august-2011/

Read the whole thread. The process is not nearly as complicated as it sounds.

In theory it should be possible to just restore the working clockworkmod recovery partition, and there is a link in the above thread concerning that, but I found it easier to just recover to stock.

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