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blackbaby

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can anyone help powered my vega off last night for a few mins went to switch back on and nothing, with power button pushed gose to boot and then avent sign with back light on then back light gose off and avent sighn flashes about 4 times and tablet just swiches off .
ive plugged to usb on pc and see the targa drive in devise but thats about it,cant get into recovery with the button sequence tried it. is there a way to get it going again any help or advise would .be grateful other than throw it in the bin

Edited by blackbaby, 08 July 2012 - 01:38 PM.

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There is no button sequence on the Vega to get in to recovery (only one for NVFlash power off, hold back button 2 secs, hold power 2 secs, release power, release back nothing will be displayed on screen) it can only be done when booted. Has it run out of battery?

ive plugged to usb on pc and see the targa drive in devise but thats about it,cant get into recovery with the button sequence tried it.


This is probably good news because it means that your Vega is alive but the rom is probably corrupt.

You may need to charge the Vega and then use NVFlash to re install a rom on to it. You can find the stock rom at http://www.myadventvega.co.uk/ (or you could flash something like Vega ICS in the same way) and to install the drivers and to get into NVFlash use a cute little .exe called AUDI http://www.modaco.co...iver-installer/

Edited by hydo1, 13 July 2012 - 01:29 PM.

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