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    Beelink i68 reboots after Power-off

    Hi, am i the only one with this problem? everytime , to turn it off , I have to unplug the power cord. It's very annoying.
    Does anyone have a solution ?

    p.s: I also tried to change firmware ( wasser and zidoo ) but always the same problem.

    #2
    ... that's a firmware incompatibility issue. You must be running on something other than factory firmware.

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      #3
      Originally posted by notShomari View Post
      ... that's a firmware incompatibility issue. You must be running on something other than factory firmware.

      I tried Wasser , Zidoo and original firmware ( power- off is absent ) . Nothing,always the same problem .

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        #4
        Do you have a preference in firmware? If you post a link to the firmware you'd like fixed for your device we can mod it to make the power and buttons work.

        Let me know, and I'll see what I can do (lollipop only, for now)

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          #5
          Oh thanks a lot! I use this firmware: Zidoo V9 rev 2, full rom at this link: https://mega.nz/#!udZ0SJAJ!KxXsW5zC4...qL0FvzTjzURW5E

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            #6
            1. Extract file - system.img
            2. flash system.img to system partition
            3. Please report results
            Download

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              #7
              Originally posted by notShomari View Post
              1. Extract file - system.img
              2. flash system.img to system partition
              3. Please report results
              Download
              If unsuccessful, please also try the following file below with the same procedure as above.

              There is more than one model i68 and I don't have the device to test locally.

              http://pan.baidu.com/wap/link?uk=123...eid=4109953025

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                #8
                Ah, thanks! But how can i flash the file img to system? Always with Rkflashtool and selecting restore,right?

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                  #9
                  use the 'AndroidTool' 2.3 or greater and select the 'system' box. The right end of the 'system' line is clickable, once you click select the path to the system.img and flash

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                    #10

                    It will look like this: ... but you'll only check the 'system' row, leave the others unchecked

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                      #11
                      It tells me: No OS installed and when i try to power off:

                      E:Find_File: Error opening '/sys/class/leds/lcd-blacklight'
                      Updating partition details...
                      E: Unable to mount 'system'
                      ...done
                      MTP Enabled

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                        #12
                        At what point did you get this error, and from where? Which file did you flash? Also, what method did you use to flash?

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                          #13
                          Well, i use androidtool v 2.3 and i checked only 'System" , i chose the file system.img(mega link) and then i clicked run.

                          Beelink is opened in read mode.

                          Then i went to reboot--->power off -> and i see this message

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                            #14
                            Anyway the program name that opens in beelink is: Team Win Recovery Project by MaximRy v 2.8.7.0 by AbduL. After i click at the top-right and i get this text
                            E:Find_File: Error opening '/sys/class/leds/lcd-blacklight'
                            Updating partition details...
                            E: Unable to mount 'system'
                            ...done
                            MTP Enabled:

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                              #15
                              Try the second file, please. Should be a better result.

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