I have been looking for a recovery.img to flash via adb or fastboot. I rooted the tablet using 'KingRoot' Apk...
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Once rooted I flashed incorrect recovery image via [Root]Rashr tool. I Did NOT make a successful backup, as the android OS crashed while trying to pull the backup.
Where can the recovery.img be obtained, and how can 'I' replace this recovery partition? A partition that now reports its size to be 0mb?
I have the pre-loader driver working,. be it randomly, Adb drivers, full SDK and android studio, MTK SP flash tool (no B1-760 support)
Fastboot commands to flash recovery image freeze the tablet - only battery removal resets this... Still boots ok.
Adb and fastboot drivers are restricted by the UNKOWN bootloader it seems maybe? why is Acer/MTK restricting the end users freedom to 'play/develop' on an open source OS? seems unfair. Why should I have to use a service centre when the issue should be well with my understanding of Adb and droid in general, this is the First device that I have encountered a brick wall in the Dev side.
Thanks for any info in advance
Fastboot Flash Recovery Img
Ps .... It's not a good position to be in, as one wrong permission etc.... and its bricked lol gulp :-/