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Since its Boxing Day I've found out that a "Telecom XT V9 Tablet" here in NZ is pretty damn cheap right now and I've never used a Android System before and I imagine I would be fine with the Stock OS without knowing any different but hell if I can upgrade to Cyanogen without any problems right from the get go that seems like a good option to me!

After looking around I came across

http://android.modac...tv9-2011-08-15/

I'm assuming I can follow that the moment I get my device and have it running on Cyanogen? I feel I'm pretty Tech Savvy and I would follow that page to a T to make sure I don't do anything wrong but if I do I want to know I can unbrick my device! Which lead me to.

http://android.modac...ost__p__1699813

That would unbrick my device without any problems? And I could then attempt to install Cyanogen again?

Thanks for any Feedback on this matter :) I look forward to finally messing with a Android!

Edit:

Seems the device will be on 2.1 so I will need to upgrade to 2.2? Would I just do it using the "My Tab 2.2 Pre-Paid Upgrade" from www.zte.com.au/optus/V9.htm ?

Edited by DarkSynopsis, 26 December 2011 - 10:49 PM.

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Since its Boxing Day I've found out that a "Telecom XT V9 Tablet" here in NZ is pretty damn cheap right now and I've never used a Android System before and I imagine I would be fine with the Stock OS without knowing any different but hell if I can upgrade to Cyanogen without any problems right from the get go that seems like a good option to me!

After looking around I came across

http://android.modac...tv9-2011-08-15/

I'm assuming I can follow that the moment I get my device and have it running on Cyanogen? I feel I'm pretty Tech Savvy and I would follow that page to a T to make sure I don't do anything wrong but if I do I want to know I can unbrick my device! Which lead me to.

http://android.modac...ost__p__1699813

That would unbrick my device without any problems? And I could then attempt to install Cyanogen again?

Thanks for any Feedback on this matter :) I look forward to finally messing with a Android!

Edit:

Seems the device will be on 2.1 so I will need to upgrade to 2.2? Would I just do it using the "My Tab 2.2 Pre-Paid Upgrade" from www.zte.com.au/optus/V9.htm ?




I've got one of these also, and have flashed it to CM7 which is running good. Best thing is that these have very small internal memory with 2.1update1 and no ability to move apps to sd but with cm7 that is sorted.

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I've got one of these also, and have flashed it to CM7 which is running good. Best thing is that these have very small internal memory with 2.1update1 and no ability to move apps to sd but with cm7 that is sorted.


I'm running cm7, but lost the 850mhz signal. does it happen to you? cheers

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I'm running cm7, but lost the 850mhz signal. does it happen to you? cheers


Yup, i too lost the 850mhz signal. Have since reflashed cm7.2 but can't remember how to check signals available :-!

Sent from my V9

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