christiam.coronado

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I’m new to this sorry if I post this I on the wrong place:
Hello fellow geeks. I’m going straight to the point I have an Android Smart Multimedia Player Model Q7, I believe it is a RK3188 not sure though. I rooted this android box with kingroot (successfully) and root uninstalled some system apps that I found irrelevant. Unfortunately, I think I have uninstalled some severe apps that this device requires to run. Well anyways now that I power it on all I get is a continues android LOGO that never advances to anything. It just stays there with the words ANDROID glowing. I tried to use the recovery options (button) on the bottom of the android box. But when I do all I get is a dead android laying on his back with a red warning triangle appearing on top of the laying android (no other information appears on the screen other than a dead android with a red triangle). No, I did not install a custom recovery like cwm or others. May one of you android intellectuals please link me or give me a step by step on how to fix this Sh*T. In delay, I apologize for the improper grammar. Final note I have a funny feeling that I might have to install or push some sort of firmware / firmware update in order to fix this, my guess. Thank you all in advance.
 

Nigelar

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If your box was supplied by Droidbox (this is their forum) there is a Q7 firmware here.

https://droidboxforums.com/threads/firmware-links-for-q7-devices.4875/

If your box is not supplied by them, there is no guarantee it will work and could make things worse.

If not a Droidbox, have you tried your box supplier for help?

You could also look at the firmware available at the freaktab site for your particular chipset/processor. But you will need to be certain of the chip so do some research into your box first.
 

sean99

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Hi if it is not a droidbox Q7 try these posts from freaktab here:- https://goo.gl/ycLezJ a member called adsi post the relevant files to get the recovery mode accessed.