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    Tools and Instructions USB Burning Tools

    Tools and Instruction USB Burning tools
    tЯeboЯ
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    Old Version new further down thread:

    Temp Guide
    http://blog.geekbuying.com/index.php/2016/02/20/android-tv-boxes-flash-tutorials-tool

    Burning Tool
    http://www.mediafire.com/download/58...ol_English.rar

    Driver Assist V4.4
    http://www.mediafire.com/download/8z...itant_v4.4.rar (works with 3229)

    Tools from Radxa

    Windows : http://dl.radxa.com/rock/tools/windows/

    Linux: http://dl.radxa.com/rock/tools/linux/





    Driver assistant v4.3

    AndroidTool Release 2.35
    Last edited by trebor; 04-22-2018, 20:03.
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    • scooter2014
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      Both Links tool and Driver out dated

    #3
    Thank you sir trebor.
    I think I have them but downloaded them anyway.
    Cheers
    Kevin

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      #4
      Thanks

      Please, post any inks that are useful/current for Rockchip,
      Threads created for this purpose,
      Its open for all,
      Cheers


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        #5
        http://vondroid.com/threads/rk3xxx-f...18/#post-44489

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          #7
          Also, this has a few more valuable tools:

          http://www.mediafire.com/file/i1r66h649ga179b/root.zip
          • Android Tool v2.1 (allows backup and restore of individual partitions via USB OTG)
          • RockChip AFTTool v1.62
          • RKImageMaker v1.62
          • MKUpdate.bat
          The archive includes docs for these tools and the package file formats (e.g. image files, parameter files, etc.) in Chinese. Some instructions for use (in Vietnamese) are also available here. (Remember Google Translate is your friend.)

          Using this, I was able to successfully flash TWRP to the recovery partition, and from there you should be able to install the latest SuperSU flashable .zip file to root the device.

          (Unfortunately, the included TWRP recovery had a bad fstab for my RK3328 device and so it couldn't mount any of the other partitions, but I'm much closer now.)

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            #8
            Androidtool v2.39 and Driver Assistant 4.5 now available.

            Here

            https://github.com/rockchip-linux/rkbin/tree/master/tools

            And revamped versions with fixed English translations here

            https://www.mediafire.com/folder/5qs985buhb8g5/Rockchip


            Credit for the notifications and provision of the revamped versions to bernado, who's use of the tools to backup RK devices can also be be seen here.

            http://freaktab.com/forum/development-area/rom-hacks-and-mods-development/10570-backing-up-your-rk-device-rom-with-the-new-rk-2-1-tool/page12
            MXIII-G II, Chuwi Hibox, Nvidia Shield, NUC6CAYH. Odroid N2

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              #9
              I've uploaded (FINAL) versions of RK Android Tool v2.3.9 (few fix for chinese and english texts in dialog boxes, chinese comments return in config.ini) and Rockchip Driver Assistant v4.5 (chinese comments return in config.ini).

              https://www.mediafire.com/folder/5qs985buhb8g5/Rockchip

              Click image for larger version  Name:	Rockchip_Driver_Assistant_4.5.jpg Views:	1 Size:	14.4 KB ID:	655527

              Click image for larger version  Name:	RK_Android_Tool_2.3.9_1.jpg Views:	1 Size:	97.6 KB ID:	656381Click image for larger version  Name:	RK_Android_Tool_2.3.9_2.jpg Views:	1 Size:	40.4 KB ID:	656379Click image for larger version  Name:	RK_Android_Tool_2.3.9_3.jpg Views:	1 Size:	67.5 KB ID:	656380

              I've discovered the commands can be used in a script file (*.sh) with the (new) Run function in Android Tool v2.3.9:

              DB (?, seems not working in LOADER mode)

              RD (Reset/Restart Device) [TESTED, it works!]

              WL <BeginSec> <File> (download partition image at begin sector position, example: WL 0x4000 C:\rockdev\image\kernel.img) [TESTED, it works!]

              WD (same function the WL command in MASKROM mode? accept same parameters?)

              Rockchip device must be in LOADER mode to use these commands (I've only tested this with a tablet in MSC mode). You have to create a *.sh text file with one or more of these commands, by example:
              Code:
              wl 0x2000 F:\Android\Image\misc.img
              rd
              It flash the misc.img file (found in F:\Android\Image\) at sector 0x2000 and restart the device in recovery because I've used a misc.img file with a command to launch recovery at startup. The WL command can be used with multiple lines in a script file to flash several partitions in one pass.
              Code:
              wl 0x00006000 C:\Android\Image\misc.img
              wl 0x00010000 C:\Android\Image\kernel.img
              wl 0x00020000 C:\Android\Image\boot.img
              wl 0x00030000 C:\Android\Image\recovery.img
              rd
              Last edited by bernado; 07-23-2017, 11:44.

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                #10
                https://github.com/rockchip-linux/to...ease_v2.61.zip
                https://github.com/rockchip-linux/to...itant_v4.7.zip

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                  #11
                  Hello,
                  I've an embedded systems based on a RK3288 which I try to backup by the Rockchip Andoid Tool last version v2.67, I was able to read ID and info, some img parts, but not all, I always receive Fail.
                  Log file joined. I tried with other version of software but exactly same behavior.
                  Any help would be welcome
                  Attached Files

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                    #12
                    Originally posted by Macguyver1980 View Post
                    Hello,
                    I've an embedded systems based on a RK3288 which I try to backup by the Rockchip Andoid Tool last version v2.67, I was able to read ID and info, some img parts, but not all, I always receive Fail.
                    Log file joined. I tried with other version of software but exactly same behavior.
                    Any help would be welcome
                    Hi ,

                    on the third Tab must be a Button to backup the hole .img ,

                    greetings / gefattern

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                      #13
                      Originally posted by gefattern View Post

                      Hi ,

                      on the third Tab must be a Button to backup the hole .img ,

                      greetings / gefattern
                      Ah, I never saw to realize backup other possibility than entering the different Starts and sizes of memory sub-divisions. Can you tell me more about the name of the function or underline it on screenshot or link with description on how it's working? Is it by using Script? What should then be inside? And I guess I'll have the same access problem to same location of the memory...?
                      Thanks for the help

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                        #14
                        Hi ,

                        normal you only have to press "export image" , but i think this Function works not with

                        all AndroidTools , i know it works ,

                        good luck / gefattern

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                          #15
                          Originally posted by gefattern View Post
                          Hi ,

                          normal you only have to press "export image" , but i think this Function works not with

                          all AndroidTools , i know it works ,

                          good luck / gefattern
                          Yes, this is exactly the function I used. And specifying the different beginning and lengths addresses. For some like uboot was ok, but for others no, system, ... it fails always.

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