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 Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market Minimize
Location: BlogsSean Cullinan    
Posted by: Sean Cullinan 4/19/2011 9:42 AM

If you are a frequent visitor of Blendblog you may have seen the comparison I did of the Viewsonic GTablet with the Archos 101.  I started that comparison off by reviewing the history of the GTablet, it is a great device from a hardware standpoint that was crippled by a terrible factory installed version of Android called TNT that was so full of bugs it made the tablet unusable.  Fortunately the developers at XDA-Developers have built custom ROM's that vastly improve the experience one can have with the GTablet.

We bought a GTablet for work and our software partners also bought one to test the development we were doing on it.  As such I had to write up instructions on how to flash the GTablet with the VEGAn ROM and a custom Kernel.  I was told the instructions were very good so i decided to post them here.  Disclaimer:  First, flashing your tablet means you will lose any applications that you have installed previously or that came with the stock ROM.  You will have to reinstall them.  If you search around on XDA you will find other separate instructions on how to take backups if this is important.  Second, please note that the developers at XDA Developers are not responsible for these instructions!!  I put them together myself to help a vendor partner of ours whom I am developing software with.  Many people have informed me that these instructions work great but as always with these things, you are doing something that is highly technical and something can go wrong...at which point you will have to figure out how to recover!

 

Verifying Installed ROM Version
The first thing you have to do is verify that you're GTablet is on ROM 3358 or lower before doing this procedure. If you have a newer ROM version on your device you cannot do this procedure at this time!
1) On the GTablet go to Settings->About Device
2) If the version is anything higher than 3588 STOP NOW! According to this thread at XDA-Developer's it is easy to "softbrick" your device if you proceed. So again, STOP NOW! I hope to have instructions on how to get around this posted in the future.

 

Installing Clockwork Mod Recovery

The first thing you have to do is install Clockwork Mod Recovery.  The GTablet goes into “recovery” mode whenever you power up by holding the volume up key along with the power key.  Clockwork Mod Recovery gives us a low level UI with which to work which the default “Recovery” mode does not do.  To install Clockwork Mod Recovery do the following:

1)      Attach the GTablet to your PC so you see it as a drive

2)      Download and unzip the 1-cwmod_internal.zip file from the website on your PC.

3)      Place the recovery folder and the update.zip file on the root of the disk drive that represents the GTablet on your PC from step 1.  If there was already a recovery folder and update.zip you can delete them and replace them with this one.

4)      Safely remove the GTablet

5)      Power down the GTablet (hold power button and use the Power off option).

6)      Hold the volume + key down while holding the power button.  Release when you see “Detecting recovery key pressed” on the screen.

7)      It will now install clockworkmod and the device will boot again. 

 

Repartitioning GTablet storage

For some reason Viewsonic used an odd partition set when they shipped the GTablet.  While repartitioning the storage wasn’t totally necessary it has been recommended on the forums so I did it.  Here’s how:

1)      Power down the GTablet

2)      Boot into Clockwork Mod recovery by holding the Volume + key down while holding the power button.   Release when you see “Detecting recovery key pressed” on the screen.

3)      You will be presented with a menu, this is Clockwork Mod Recovery.  To navigate the menu use the volume up and down keys.  To select a menu option use the home key.  To go back press the back key.

4)      Navigate to Advanced->Partition SD Card (FYI, SD Card refers to internal storage, not the MicroSD card).

5)      Choose 2048M for EXT size on the first screen

6)      Choose 0M on the second screen.

7)      You have now repartitioned the GTablet

 

Copying the ROM and Kernel files to the GTablet

Now that everything is formatted we have to copy the ROM files to the GTablet that we are going to use.

1)      Navigate back to the root menu of Clockwork Mod by using the back key or by powering off and powering on with the Volume + key held down as above

2)      Plug the GTablet into your PC

3)      Choose mounts and storage->Mount USB storage.  The Gtablet should now show up as a drive on your PC.

4)      Create a directory on the drive called ROM’s.

5)      Download and copy 2-gtab.VEGAn.1.00.beta5.1.user.final.zip from the website to the ROM’s directory.  Note that this file is 88mb (rather large).  DO NOT UNZIP, just copy

6)      Download and copy 3-gtab.VEGAn.1.00.beta5.11.suppl.zip from the website to the ROM’s directory.  DO NOT UNZIP, just copy

7)      Download and copy 4-boot-cm_2632.32-xtra-vfpv3_fp-030711.zip from the website to the ROM’s directory.  DO NOT UNZIP, just copy

8)      You can now “safely remove hardware” from windows and select “Unmount” in Clockwork Mod.  You can unplug the GTablet from your PC.

 

Installing the Vegan 5.1 ROM

Now we are ready to actually start installing stuff!

1)      Navigate back to the root menu of Clockwork Mod by using the back key or by powering off and powering on with the Volume + key held down as above

2)      Choose install zip from SD Card->choose zip file from sdcard

3)      Navigate into the ROM’s directory and select 2-gtab.VEGAn.1.00.beta5.1.user.final.zip

4)      When prompted choose “Yes- Install 2-gtab.VEGAn.1.00.beta5.1.user.final.zip”

5)      Let the installer do its thing.

6)      When installer completes go back to the root menu in clockwork mod. 

7)      Choose “wipe data/factory reset.”  When prompted confirm that you want to wipe.

8)      Choose “wipe cache partition”

9)      Navigate to Advanced and choose “wipe davlik cache”

10)   Navigate back to the root menu and choose reboot system now.  The device should boot into Vegan 5.1.  Let this happen.

 

Installing the Vegan 5.1 ROM supplement

There was a small update to Vegan 5.1 that was posted as a supplement that is installed exactly the same way that Vegan 5.1 was installed:

1)      Power down the GTablet

2)      Boot into Clockwork Mod recovery by holding the Volume + key down while holding the power button.   Release when you see “Detecting recovery key pressed” on the screen.

3)      Choose install zip from SD Card->choose zip file from sdcard

4)      Navigate into the ROM’s directory and select 3-gtab.VEGAn.1.00.beta5.11.suppl.zip

5)      When prompted choose “Yes- Install 3-gtab.VEGAn.1.00.beta5.11.suppl.zip”

6)      Let the installer do its thing.

7)      When installer completes go back to the root menu in clockwork mod. 

8)      Choose “wipe data/factory reset.”  When prompted confirm that you want to wipe.

9)      Choose “wipe cache partition”

10)   Navigate to Advanced and choose “wipe davlik cache”

11)   Navigate back to the root menu and choose reboot system now.  The device should boot into Vegan 5.1 with the supplement.  Let this happen.

 

Installing Pershoot’s latest kernel

Pershoot is a fantastic Android dev who has written superior Kernel's for several devices including the GTablet.  You can check his site for the latest builds.  This kernel fixes several more bugs in the default Kernal that comes with Vegan 5.1.  It is installed the same way that you install the Vegan ROM/Supplement:

1)      Power down the GTablet

2)      Boot into Clockwork Mod recovery by holding the Volume + key down while holding the power button.   Release when you see “Detecting recovery key pressed” on the screen.

3)      Choose install zip from SD Card->choose zip file from sdcard

4)      Navigate into the ROM’s directory and select 4-boot-cm_2632.32-xtra-vfpv3_fp-030711.zip

5)      When prompted choose “Yes- Install 4-boot-cm_2632.32-xtra-vfpv3_fp-030711.zip”

6)      Let the installer do its thing.

7)      When installer completes go back to the root menu in clockwork mod. 

8)      Choose “wipe data/factory reset.”  When prompted confirm that you want to wipe.

9)      Choose “wipe cache partition”

10)   Navigate to Advanced and choose “wipe davlik cache”

11)   Navigate back to the root menu and choose reboot system now.  The device should boot into Vegan 5.1 with the supplement and this kernel.  Let this happen.

 

Last Steps

You now have Vegan 5.1 installed on your GTablet!  What is left to do?  The launcher that comes with Vegan is kind of weak, it doesn’t rotate to portrait so I chose to install  Launcher Pro which is much nicer.  You can get this in the Android Market which is built into this ROM.  Launch the Android Market and you can either use an existing or create a new Google ID.  Do a search for Launcher Pro.  If you don’t see it you may need to “fix” the Android Market which is common when doing a ROM upgrade.  Here is the procedure to fix it.

1)      Navigate to the Android settings->Applications->Manage Applications

2)      Choose the all tab

3)      Select “Market” from the list

4)      Press “Clear Cache”

5)      Press “Force Stop”

6)      Press the back button to navigate back to the list of applications

7)      Select “Google Services Framework”

8)      Press “Clear Data”

9)      Press “Force Stop”

10)   Exit the settings.  Try to launch the market

11)   You should receive an error, this is expected.

12)   Power down the GTablet (I’ve been told not to use the reboot option instead powering down and using the power button to bring it back up).

13)   Power on the GTablet

14)   Once everything is loaded go back to the Market.  If you get an error wait a minute. 

15)   Search for Launcher Pro and hopefully it is found.  If not repeat this fix process again (I’ve had to do it twice sometimes).

 

Once you have Launcher Pro installed you can make it the default using the “Home Switcher” application.  You can customize Launcher Pro quite a bit, it’s a nice launcher app.

 

Note You can safely delete the ROM’s directory after doing this if you desire to do so, although its sometimes handy to have it on there if you want to re-flash for some reason.

 

You should now have a pretty rock solid GTablet that gives you a very good, stock like Android experience.

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Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By richtoke on 4/1/2011 4:14 PM
Thank you!!! I bricked a gtablet trying to install TNT Lite 5.0 so many times that I couldn't nvflash my way out any more and had to take it back for an exchange. This tutorial is PERFECT and worked beautifully! For the record I did have to "fix" the market after following the steps, but thankfully you were thorough in your instructions and now it's running Vegan 5.1.1 with Launcher Pro installed and I am the happiest GTab owner alive!!! Thank you!!!!

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By Sean on 3/22/2011 9:01 AM
Glad this helped! Note that you can get updates to the Pershoot kernel when he releases them at his site, he posted an update today: http://droidbasement.com/db-blog/

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By David on 3/24/2011 2:12 PM
I just bought a gtablet at the woot sale for $280. I should be receiving it sometime in the next couple weeks. In the mean time I was looking for a good guide to installing a new rom. This looks like it will be perfect. I did have one question; does the process described above root the gtablet, or will I have to figure out how to root the tablet first and then follow your step by step guide? Thanks.

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By Sean on 3/25/2011 12:04 PM
David, that Woot deal was a good one! This process "roots" the tablet as well. You will have Super User access after doing this!

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By roebeet on 3/30/2011 9:23 PM
Just a heads up these instructions (and the links) are outside of the dev's influence in XDA. I wasn't even aware that this existed until someone in the Woot! forum brought it to my attention. It looks like they've consolidated some ZIPs and instructions to make this a little more streamlined. But since the links aren't ours, we obviously cannot verify that they are exactly the same (or will be the same) as what's in XDA.

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By arnott on 3/29/2011 3:25 PM
Thanks for the tutorial. waiting for gtab from woot. can you explain the repartitioning issue ? Thanks.

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By Travis on 3/29/2011 4:12 PM
What a great job on this guide. I ordered a 'Woot Tablet' for my wife's birthday and I plan to put Vegan Rom on there for her so that it is similar to her Android phone. Thanks for the great info, it is more thorough than a YouTube video or anything else I have come across.

Kernel ?    By Seth on 3/29/2011 7:30 PM
Should we use the latest Froyo or GB Kernel?

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By Sean on 3/29/2011 11:42 PM
Thanks for the comments...it looks like a ton of people bought the Gtablet on Woot and hit up the site today! I'm glad my step by step seems to be helpful. To answer Seth's question, use the Froyo Kernel from Pershoot's site if you get the latest...not Gingerbread.

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By Sean on 3/29/2011 11:50 PM
Some other comments...Roebeet, I apologize if posting these binaries outside of XDA was a breech of protocol. Like I said, I actually had to do this for a client at work and just linked to the files that I posted for him. I don't mean to step on any toes, the guys at XDADevelopers are the one's who put all of this together, I just consolidated everything. If you don't trust my links I also linked to XDA devs in the article and you can piece the files together from there (it's hard to prove it but I am trustworthy :)) Arnott, as for the repartitioning issues I do not know the origins of why people recommended repartitioning other than what I read on XDADevelopers which suggested to do this step for optimum performance. There are some amazing devs there and when they suggest something like this I usually do this.

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By B3rt0 on 3/30/2011 4:00 PM
If you have time, I'm curious why you picked vegan over the other firmware?

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By B3rt0 on 3/30/2011 4:02 PM
By the way, these are great instructions. With these instructions, and all of the info at Xda-developers, I'm really looking forward to using this tablet. Just waiting for the battery to charge!

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By mdacoltpk on 3/30/2011 9:23 PM
Thank you very much for the impeccable instructions on this page. Made installing Vegan a breeze. I am now happily playing with my Gtab (wooted and rooted!) Thanks again.

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By Sean on 3/30/2011 4:33 PM
I played extensively with Vegan and TNT lite. I ended up choosing Vegan because it gave the most "stock" Android experience which I liked. The notifications are more like normal Android versus TNT lite which uses bubbles etc. Also for us, we were using the device as generic Android test platform for our development so the closer to stock the better. You could easily swap TNTLite for Vegan in these instructions though if you'd like, you would just have to download it from XDA Devs and skip the section about the 5.1 supplement. You also may not feel the need to use launcher pro with TNTLite as it's launcher supports portrait mode out of the box. Thanks for the comments!

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By Tsk on 3/30/2011 9:23 PM
Just wanted to say ty, have my new woot tablet (my first android device) and after reading the forums for over a week I picked your instructions & everything has worked flawlessly. Do have one generic question for anyone - how do you tell if you have the full Android Market? It didn't have a cache to clear so I just used it as it was and it seems pretty darn full of stuff. Anyway, ty again!

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By Sean on 3/30/2011 9:21 PM
It's hard to say you have the "full" market but if you do searches for 5 or 10 things you know should be in there and they appear then it's a good bet you have a full or mostly full market! Of course you can now hit the Google Market via the web now too to verify you aren't missing anything, and the Amazon market is also very good (and offering a paid app for free every day right now).

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By mtnzorro on 3/31/2011 10:49 AM
Thank you so much for this post. The folks over at XDA are fantastic for all that they do, but I've been on the site for weeks trying to find this type of concise and easy to follow guide. My tablet arrived from Woot on Wednesday, and I'm extremely happy with Vegan and the additional mods I've made. Thanks again!!

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By b3rt0 on 3/31/2011 12:44 PM
Your directions worked like a dream Sean. Thank you! Downloading all of my purchased apps now!

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By BoulderGeek on 3/31/2011 2:48 PM
Awesome guide, and precisely what I needed! Many thanks, as I also noted over on XDA.

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By Aaron on 3/31/2011 3:26 PM
Bought a new g tablet. Having Zero android experience, I followed your instructions to the T and everything worked perfectly! Thanks a lot.

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By AK-47 on 4/1/2011 4:57 AM
DUDE Thanks a million, received my TAB today and installation was a breeze.

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By Dane on 4/1/2011 8:52 AM
Sean, great write up. I am receiving my Tab today and am anxious to install Vegan. Can you please post any pre-requirements before starting this process? Fo example do I need to get the latest OTA from VS and what version of the OTA is best so I don't run into any problems. Thanks!

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By Sean on 4/1/2011 9:22 AM
I just flashed 1 of our 2 units right out of the box without doing any OTA updates or anything. The second one I did take the OTA update to 3588 first. Both worked fine. I heard a rumor that there was a specific version of the firmware (3991) that may have been leaked out on a few units that had problems with the above process. After asking around though it sounds like this may have been more of a rumor or a one off thing than something that was widely available. If you have this firmware you may want to take pause.

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By ThinkMud on 4/1/2011 4:14 PM
Anyone know how to get the launcher or home screen from TnT lite on VEGAn? also anyone know how to get the keyboard from TnT lite onto VEGAn? Thanks for the directions, works perfectly. I tried TnT lite but my g-tablet kept locking up on me, had to reboot it too much. This one seems more stable, but i hate the keyboard and the launcher (even launcher pro is not much better)

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By B3rt0 on 4/1/2011 2:59 PM
Which version of TNT Lite did you try ThinkMud?

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By ThinkMud on 4/1/2011 8:06 PM
I tried the "gtab_tnt_lite4_v4.40" my wife is still using it on hers and it hasn't locked up today yet... so maybe I should have gave it longer to test? but i do like the split style keyboard in landscape much better. I did not update the kernel on the tnt, if that matters. (this is my 2nd day owning the gtablet, so i'm pretty n00b'ish to this, haha)<br>

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By Justin on 4/1/2011 8:19 PM
Great write up - Just a quick question.. If we ever want to revert to the stock kernel for whatever reason, do we simply repartition the GTablet storage area and install the original rom? I'm assuming kernels are built in with each ROM and all we did in your tutorial was update the kernel in this ROM package, right?

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By Sean on 4/1/2011 9:53 PM
Justin, That's exactly what I do when I want to return to stock. Go into CWM and repartition back to 2048/256 and then flash the stock ROM. Note that doing this removes CWM as well and puts everything back to its factory state. ThinkMud, I just got my hands on another GTablet and I'm going to write up the same tutorial but for TNT Lite and post it within an hour or so. I will let you know it goes and how the device works.

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By ThinkMud on 4/1/2011 10:11 PM
@Sean<br>good to know how to put back stock, and i would love TnT to work good! Thanks man, just post in here where you put the write up if you do it.

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By stiphy31 on 4/1/2011 10:52 PM
I just finished flashing this new GTablet with TNT Lite 4.40 and Pershoot's latest kernel. So far no issues. I've posted the step by step I used: http://www.blendblog.net/Blendblognet/tabid/36/EntryID/70/Default.aspx

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By David on 4/1/2011 11:54 PM
I installed vegan with your instructions and everything works great. I now see that pershoot has a new update. Do I just follow your instructions under the "Installing Pershoot’s latest kernel" including wiping data etc. but with the new zip? He mentions on his site, "If you are using any of the external modules, please download them fresh and re-push them in to place." I am <br>not sure what that means.

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By stiphy31 on 4/2/2011 8:23 AM
David, yep, if you want to use Pershoot's latest kernel just use the file located on his site (currently the latest is http://droidbasement.com/gtab/kernels/2632/27/boot-cm_2632.36-xtra-vfp_fp-040111.zip) instead of the 4-boot-cm*** file in the instructions above. I have not run his latest with Vegan yet so I didn't want to update the instructions in case there are problems. You'll note my TNT lite instructions actually do use the latest Kernel (you can grab the file from there too). Sean

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By digh on 4/2/2011 11:42 AM
I check out quite a few stickys, videos and how to's and this was so clearly written and thorough, I went with it. Completely hitchless install. Yer the Dude. Thank you!

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By JoeG on 4/2/2011 11:47 AM
Do you have to be at a stock ROM to follow this procedure? I've got the TnT enhanced on my gTab currently. If you just wipe and repartition does it matter where you start from?<br><br>Joe

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By Sean on 4/2/2011 6:44 PM
Joe, you should be fine to do this from TnT enhanced, I did the same thing with my first GTablet.

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By Keith on 4/3/2011 12:11 AM
Worked great for me as well. I have a question though about the Android Market. Is this the full market? I'm new to Android (I have an iPhone), and it's a bit of a disappointment. The searches bring back all kinds of stuff you didn't search on. Also, when I searched for Launcher Pro, it wasn't found. Finally, I found the free version by browsing by category. I did the market fix three times and it didn't help. Am I doing something wrong?

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By Sean on 4/3/2011 8:25 AM
You should be able to get the full market but sometimes you have to market fix multiple times. I don't know the details of why this is, maybe some further research into what Google Services Framework and the Market app are caching that are causing it to omit listings or something. One thing I'd suggest doing is check out the Amazon Android Market too, it is pretty good, they are giving away a free app a day and I think it will grow.

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By JoeG on 4/3/2011 1:00 PM
Thanks Sean, I had decided to take the plunge and was in the midst of nuking my gTab before I saw your post. It did seem to work fine. Couple of notes: 1) I never realized what a sweet app Titanium is till I blew everything away like this. Really great work. 2) I swear the text renders better with VEGAn than with TnT. I haven't seen anyone else mention it, but it looks to me as if a lot of of the jaggies on text with TnT are cleaned up. Anyway, thanks for the instructions and hosting the files.

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By Chris on 4/3/2011 6:06 PM
Thanks Sean, installed Vegan following your instructions and everything is working great. I decided not to install Pershoot’s kernel and stick with the one from the Vegan 5.1 install. Is there any easy way to find out "what I'm missing?" from not using this kernel? Everything is nice, stable and fast at the moment so I'm not inclined to update unless there's a lot of upside. Thanks again for the excellent step-by-step!

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By joe on 4/3/2011 6:58 PM
Thanks for the clean & excellent instruction. Use latest Pershoot’s kernel (4/1) and everything works fine. No FC. No problems to xfer files from PC. Got adb installed but initially struggle a little bit because of instructions found is not as good as yours. Didn't find the LauncherPro yet because forget to fix the 'Market'. Thanks Sean, Pershoot, and everyone in XDA.

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By Nancy on 4/3/2011 8:08 PM
Wow! It worked! I didn't have a clue what I was doing ... was very nervous ... but followed your directions and it's working great! I'm new to Android, what's Launcher Pro do? Is there a way to make the keys on the Vegan keyboard larger? Thankful for folks like you and XDA!

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By Nancy on 4/3/2011 8:12 PM
And the Android Market keeps saying there are no Android phones associated w/my acct (which is correct), to sign in with a different account. I only have my gmail acct. What am I doing wrong?

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By Sean on 4/3/2011 9:18 PM
Nancy, I'm not sure I follow what you've tried so far to get the Market going. Did you launch the Market and tried to login with your GMail account and then followed the steps to fix the market if you couldn't find Launcher Pro? Launcher Pro replaces the stock "launcher" aka home screen that comes with VEGAn. I do this because the stock one doesn't rotate automatically to portrait mode, it's stuck in landscape mode.

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By Sean on 4/3/2011 9:19 PM
Chris, as for Pershoot's kernel, if you go to his site which I linked to in the article that may give you some insight as to what it does. If you don't notice any problems though I think I'd stick with the VEGAn Kernel...if it "ain't broke don't fix it" and all!

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By elpaso420 on 4/4/2011 9:17 AM
followed your instructions, worked awesome, quick question the link to the cwm which version is it? .08

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By Sean on 4/4/2011 11:22 AM
Yep, it's .08. Same one as linked on this thread at XDA-Devs: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=865245

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By digh on 4/4/2011 1:59 PM
I check out quite a few stickys, videos and how to's and this was so clearly written and thorough, I went with it. Completely hitchless install. Yer the Dude. Thank you!

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By elpaso420 on 4/4/2011 2:10 PM
sean, thanks again for your quick response. Now for another question, I notice that theres a vegan/experimental gingerbread build on xda, now my question if I wanted to flash this. I put the d.l rom in the roms directory and flash from sd through cwm? or is an experimental a supplement? like how we flash vegan 5.1 then the supplement? thanks again sean

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By elpaso420 on 4/4/2011 2:24 PM
sean, thanks again for your quick response. Now for another question, I notice that theres a vegan/experimental gingerbread build on xda, now my question if I wanted to flash this. I put the d.l rom in the roms directory and flash from sd through cwm? or is an experimental a supplement? like how we flash vegan 5.1 then the supplement? thanks again sean

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By Sean on 4/4/2011 2:25 PM
elpaso420, I have not installed the experimental gingerbread build but I am going to imagine that it i a full build and not a supplement. If the file size is larger than 50mb it probably is safe to say it's a full ROM image (this one is 95mb)! Either way the procedure to flash is the same really. One thing to note, I'd recommend doing the "wipe steps" wiping user settings/cache/davlik cache when you do the flash just like in the above. This means you will lose your apps when you flash so make sure to backup!

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By drider on 4/4/2011 6:59 PM
Great instructions, Sean. Thank you very much! The only complaint I have is the wireless signal seems a little weak. Not sure what can be done about that. Maybe a design flaw in the Gtab? I think I read somewhere about others experiencing the same thing. Anyway, thanks for the perfectly outlined steps. Good Job.

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By drider on 4/4/2011 7:22 PM
Great instructions, Sean. Thank you very much! The only complaint I have is the wireless signal seems a little weak. Not sure what can be done about that. Maybe a design flaw in the Gtab? I think I read somewhere about others experiencing the same thing. Anyway, thanks for the perfectly outlined steps. Good Job.

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By Justin on 4/4/2011 8:21 PM
Great write up - Just a quick question.. If we ever want to revert to the stock kernel for whatever reason, do we simply repartition the GTablet storage area and install the original rom? I'm assuming kernels are built in with each ROM and all we did in your tutorial was update the kernel in this ROM package, right?

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By JoeG on 4/4/2011 11:35 PM
Is there any way to get the music player to recognize the music I have on my microsd card (/sdcard2)? I've got a bunch of music files there which I can see in the file manager, but the music player doesn't index it, even after reboot.

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By JoeG on 4/4/2011 11:42 PM
Just figured it out myself. Went into the music directory on sdcard2 with iFileManager, clicked on one of the mp3s and used the music player to play it. I then waited about ten minutes, went into the music player and now all the files and folders in sdcard2/music were found.

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By Sean on 4/5/2011 5:13 AM
drider, the wifi issue is a problem with GTablets. It's not the ROM/Kernel. I mentioned it in my comparison of the Archos 101 review (http://www.blendblog.net/Blendblognet/tabid/36/EntryID/64/Default.aspx) with pictures from Wifi Analyzer...check it out for more info!

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By wpatm on 4/6/2011 6:50 AM
GZ formate Kernel Modules? Do I need this? What is it? AND the GZ or ZIP I saw Froyo and Gingerbread. Would this upgrade my Froyo to Gingerbread? and Thank You!

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By b3rt0 on 4/6/2011 11:23 AM
I've been digging around in the xda-developers forums, but I thought I would ask here too. Were there any special hoops that you had to jump through to get ADB to recognize the viewsonic tablet? I just thought I would ask since you have developed apps on this platform already.

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By b3rt0 on 4/6/2011 12:36 PM
I found this link: http://www.overclock.net/mobile-phones-smartphones-pocket-pcs/857555-viewsonic-g-tablet-super-thread-market.html Helped me figure out the adb/driver issue. I just needed a newer version than what I had.

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By wpatm on 4/6/2011 5:51 PM
GZ formate Kernel Modules? Do I need this? What is it? AND the GZ or ZIP I saw Froyo and Gingerbread. Would this upgrade my Froyo to Gingerbread? and Thank You!

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By wpatm on 4/6/2011 5:52 PM
GZ formate Kernel Modules? Do I need this? What is it? AND the GZ or ZIP I saw Froyo and Gingerbread. Would this upgrade my Froyo to Gingerbread? and Thank You!

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By idivorceyou on 4/6/2011 10:48 PM
thank you! this is brilliant.

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By Sean on 4/7/2011 1:45 PM
wpatm, I am assuming you are referring to the files on Pershoot's site for the kernel update? If so you just want the Froyo .zip file. The GZ file of Kernel modules is the source code I believe, not relevant for just using the Kernel. The Gingerbread .zip file is for if you are running a Gingerbread ROM which are experimental...you aren't doing this if you run VEGAn or TNT Lite. Hope that helps.

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By Darrell on 4/9/2011 10:23 AM
Outstanding Job!!!! Excellent details and perfect step by step instructions!!! Can't say THANK YOU enough!!!

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By JoeG on 4/9/2011 9:46 PM
Hey Sean, just run into an issue today (was fine for a week after installing VEGAn by your instructions). WiFi goes off when the tab goes to sleep and there is no way to restart it; at that point you just have to power down. I've looked at some other threads and they say to set WiFi to never sleep, but I don't find that option anywhere in settings. Any ideas? Thanks!

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By Sean on 4/10/2011 4:17 PM
JoeG the settings for that are buried. Goto settings>wireless>wifi settings then press the "menu" button on the Gtablet and select advanced. I hope this helps!

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By David on 4/11/2011 11:02 AM
Hello, I have used your guides for both the VEGAn rom and TNT lite. Everything has worked great. Today I see here on engadget http://www.engadget.com/2011/04/11/cyanogenmod-7-0-is-now-final-ready-for-your-consumption/ that CM7 is now final and it says it works with GTablet. Can you post a similar guide? Are the instructions similar? Do I need a different version of clockwork? Does Pershoot's kernel work with CM7? Thanks. I guess I don't know what the difference is between a kernel and a rom. Does any kernel work with any rom, or are there specific ones for specific roms? Same question for clockwork.

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By elpaso420 on 4/11/2011 11:22 AM
^^^^^^ the guy above me is asking all the same questions I am!!! and I think with cm7 you have to flash your own gapps? can you elaborate on that too as well! sean you the man!

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By elpaso420 on 4/11/2011 11:32 AM
^^^^^^ the guy above me is asking all the same questions I am!!! and I think with cm7 you have to flash your own gapps? can you elaborate on that too as well! sean you the man!

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By Sean on 4/11/2011 7:32 PM
I'm away on a biz trip right now but will play with CM7 as soon as I can and post my instructions!

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By B3rt0 on 4/12/2011 8:49 AM
Hello. I originally followed these directions and have had no problems with my tablet. I love it. I used these same directions to update to the new version of vegan-tab. And since these directions included the partition fix there is no need to go back to stock. So if you are having a similar experience you might want to give it a shot too. http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1031250

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By Stan on 4/12/2011 9:51 AM
Great job! Thank you so much for putting this together. One question, I noticed that the microSD card is recognized by the GTab as "SD2". Any pictures, music, etc seems to be stored on the GTab's internal memory. Is there any way to make downoladed files, photos, etc default to the MicroSD card? Thanks again!

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By Stan on 4/12/2011 9:56 AM
Great job! Thank you so much for putting this together. One question, I noticed that the microSD card is recognized by the GTab as "SD2". Any pictures, music, etc seems to be stored on the GTab's internal memory. Is there any way to make downoladed files, photos, etc default to the MicroSD card? Thanks again!

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By Des on 4/12/2011 7:21 PM
Sean, what is the difference between using Clockwork Mod and Clockwork Mod Recovery?

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By Des on 4/12/2011 8:19 PM
Sean, what is the difference between using Clockwork Mod and Clockwork Mod Recovery?

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By Stan on 4/13/2011 8:30 AM
Great job! Thank you so much for putting this together. One question, I noticed that the microSD card is recognized by the GTab as "SD2". Any pictures, music, etc seems to be stored on the GTab's internal memory. Is there any way to make downoladed files, photos, etc default to the MicroSD card? Thanks again!

OMG    By Des on 4/13/2011 11:52 PM
This literally took less than 15 minutes...and if you FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS it's a snap. Gtab out of the woot box, and just fired it all off and it's incredible...<br><br>Thanks Sean!

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By David on 4/15/2011 2:51 PM
PLEASE READ: If you are using pershoot's overclocked kernal and want to use the setcpu to increase your speed, do not do the factory reset/cache/davlik after installing the pershoot kernal. Pershoot has a custom config file that the setcpu needs to read in order to increase the speed. I noticed that the reset wipes that file out and you aren't able to use setcpu like he intended. You should still do the reset/cache/davlik after the rom and supplement installs, just not after the pershoot one.

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By Sean on 4/16/2011 9:45 AM
Thanks Dave for the info....I may update the instructions for this when I get to a laptop...

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By Sean on 4/16/2011 9:47 AM
Des, AFAIK clockwork mod is clockwork mod recovery.

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By Des on 4/18/2011 10:09 AM
So, if we don't intend to OC, we can stop at the 32.36(non-OC) version and should be fine?

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By zeke8907 on 4/21/2011 12:21 PM
Sean... so glad i found your website, your detailed step-by-step instructions really helped. Have you considered adding detailed instructions on how to overclock the Viewsonic GTab? If I have to guess there are many, like myself, who would want to give this a try but not have detailed instructions is a deterrence. But if we have instructions laid out as thorough as you did above, that would be very helpful. Thanks in advance.

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By Brian on 4/24/2011 3:24 PM
I have been considering doing this to my new G Tab. I have scoured the various android developer sites and found them all instructive but perhaps a little too arcane at some points. These instructions are clear, concise and use good grammar and syntax. It is a nice compilation of the technical talk converted to language a non-tech can follow. Thank you. And thanks to the developers like Roebeet who did the heavy lifting on the development side.

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By darie69 on 4/24/2011 4:25 PM
Everything worked perfectly! Thanks a lot!

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By Dave on 6/1/2011 3:12 PM
Sean, I just wanted to say thanks for your post. I picked up the GTablet realizing that I would probably be rooting it. After purchasing it and upon first powering it up, the tablet did an OTA update. Fortunately, after the process the device was only at version 3588; given your warning, I was pleased to see that I could still use your procedures to load Vegan on the GTab. I followed your steps and I am pleased to say that software conversion and rooting to Vegan went off without a hitch; your instructions were concise and complete. By the way, I used the information at http://forum.androidcentral.com/viewsonic-g-tablet/45626-how-install-custom-good-rom-gtablet.html to get a back-up of the 'vanilla' GTab software/OS, but I never needed it. Your instructions and help were great!!!

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By Brian on 4/25/2011 12:47 AM
Sean, to follow up on my post of earlier today, I must add my even more appreciative thanks as well. The process took about 30 minutes compared to the several hours I had spent researching the idea and the several hours I had spent trying to get Marketplace to work, with very limited success. I was not too happy with the G Tablet until after the ROM. Now I have access to the apps that one needs to run the device (lots of great free apps BTW). After a couple hours of playing around with Vegan, I am satisfied that the tablet now runs MUCH better than with the stock ROM. The developers should be happy to have someone who could put a concise and accurate set of instructions together. I highly recommend that people follow your post and suggested tonight it to my brother-in-law who recently purchased a G Tablet.

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By Sean on 4/26/2011 3:39 PM
Thanks everyone for the positive feedback! I want to start playing with some of the newer ROM's but am absolutely swamped right now at work. In the meantime I'm glad these instructions are working out so well for you guys!

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By Ray on 5/5/2011 2:23 PM
With your step-by-step instruction, my g-tab work great. Thanks for your effort. I am not sure if you tried to tether g-tab with blackberry phone or other non-android phone. Can you share with us your experience? Thanks.

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By DroidGirl on 6/1/2011 3:12 PM
Hi Sean: Thanks for your crystal clear set of instructions. I used them to flash VeganTab Ginger instead though. In under 5 minutes, I was able to get my new GTab up and running with no glitches. The following were omitted: 1) Did not flash a kernel as Ginger already had one included. 2) Did not do a market fix (yet, I should say), as market is also included. I wanted to make sure I give you this credit, even though I flashed the Ginger ROM.

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By C. Gant on 5/14/2011 4:24 PM
Great instructions!!!

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By Andrew on 5/23/2011 1:03 PM
These instructions are great!!! I had already flashed VEGAn 5.1 but wasn't sure how to go about installing the supplements package afterwards, and I was curious about how to go about wiping out the SD card and making sure I was properly formatted. I'm a newbie to android (1 week) and after reading thread after thread everyday I came across your Blog and this was exactly what I was looking for. I started over from scratch, (other than flashing clockwork, already installed) Installed VEGAn 5.1, Supplements, Kernel ( i did find a newer one 2632.40 as of this date), and Market fix. This all worked flawlessly. Thank you so much for this. I am now happy with my Gtab and it has and does everything I need it to do. All I'm waiting for is a fix for Netflix. I have seen some others claiming they got it to work, but I haven't been lucky enough to get it figured out yet. Thanks again!!

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By Sanger440 on 5/25/2011 12:43 PM
Having the instructions and files all at one location made this a painless experience. Everything installed first time. Did not do the Market fix as everything seemed fine out of the box. Was thinking about installing the newest Pershoot kernel with overclocking, but decided not to for now. Thanks so much. Hopefully you can do this again some day if one of the other GB or Honeycomb ROMS get perfected.

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do you have instructions to flash VEGAn-TAB GingerEdition STABLE RC1? Thanks Tom

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By Sean on 5/26/2011 2:44 PM
T Hayes, last time I checked there were some issues with the Gingerbread builds still regarding hardware video acceleration so I hadn't moved to it. I'm not sure if this is fixed, I've been really busy unfortunatley with some other things. I will try to look into it when I get a chance and may upgrade my GTablet...if I do I'll be sure to post instructions!

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By Needfiller on 6/1/2011 12:35 AM
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Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By Brian on 6/1/2011 8:39 AM
This was an awesome tutorial hand by hand. Did anyone get trouble downloading apps from the market? Downloads are always hanging at "Starting download..." I'm getting no luck =/ Second time going through the complete tutorial with the same results

Re: Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market    By Needfiller on 6/4/2011 7:58 AM
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Will this instruction be the same step by step process to install any ROM like the bottle of smoke a4.0 by Roebeet at slateroid?Thanks.

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