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 Flashing and Rooting the Viewsonic GTablet with TNT Lite 4.40 ROM and fixing the Market Minimize
Location: BlogsSean Cullinan    
Posted by: Sean Cullinan 4/19/2011 9:42 AM

I just received another GTablet to work on and due to the overwhelming response I received on my article on Flashing the Viewsonic GTablet with VEGAn ROM and fixing the Market I figured I'd flash this one with TNT LIte and post the same step by step instructions specific to TNT Lite.  Much of it is the same as VEGAn but I figure this would be helpful for those wanting to try TNT Lite instead.  So here we go!

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 TNT Lite 4.40 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 stock 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-tntlite440.zip from the website to the ROM’s directory.  Note that this file is 142mb (rather large).  DO NOT UNZIP, just copy

6)      Download and copy 3-boot-cm_2632.36-xtra-vfp_fp-040111.zip from the website to the ROM’s directory.  DO NOT UNZIP, just copy

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

 

Installing the TNT Lite 4.40 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-tntlite440.zip

4)      When prompted choose “Yes- Install 2-tntlite440.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 TNT Lite 4.40.  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 TNT Lite.  It is installed the same way that you install the TNT Lite ROM:

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-boot-cm_2632.36-xtra-vfp_fp-040111.zip

5)      When prompted choose “Yes- Install 3-boot-cm_2632.36-xtra-vfp_fp-040111.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 TNT Lite 4.40 with this kernel.  Let this happen.

 

Last Steps

You now have TNT Lite 4.40 installed on your GTablet!  What is left to do?  Oftentimes the Market doesn't work correctly after Flashing the devices.  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 or some other software in the market and hopefully it is found which would indicate a successful market fix.  If not repeat this fix process again (I’ve had to do it twice sometimes).

 

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 and Rooting the Viewsonic GTablet with TNT Lite 4.40 ROM and fixing the Market    By dgstan on 4/1/2011 11:43 PM
Thanks Sean. <br><br>BTW: Step 11 under Pershoot's kernel still refers to VEGAn.

Re: Flashing and Rooting the Viewsonic GTablet with TNT Lite 4.40 ROM and fixing the Market    By kevin on 4/2/2011 12:02 AM
Installing Pershoot’s latest kernel:<br>step 11) should reference TNT Lite 4.40, not Vegan 5.1 - no?

Re: Flashing and Rooting the Viewsonic GTablet with TNT Lite 4.40 ROM and fixing the Market    By mydave on 4/2/2011 5:33 AM
Always enjoy reading your instructions and find them most useful.<br>Would like to see an instruction 'How to wipe an installed Rom before flashing a new one'. Or perhaps adding a 'How to' section at the beginning or at the end of this instruction.<br>Thanks

Re: Flashing and Rooting the Viewsonic GTablet with TNT Lite 4.40 ROM and fixing the Market    By stiphy31 on 4/2/2011 8:21 AM
Thanks guys, I fixed stepped 11...find and replace failed me on that one! mydave, I'm trying to figure out what I'd put in that section....are you thinking how to backup apps and the restore them? In my experience I don't do anything special before flashing a new ROM other than follow the instructions I posted above. Interested to hear if there is something I was missing (although I've probably done about 100 flashes and never had an issue). Thanks all for the comments! Sean

Re: Flashing and Rooting the Viewsonic GTablet with TNT Lite 4.40 ROM and fixing the Market    By ThinkMud on 4/2/2011 9:56 AM
Awesome man, I have TnT running SMOOTH now! Thanks for your help. Last time I did it, i only did the default update.zip, I didn't reformat or use ClockWork Mod, or update the kernel. All is good in gtab world now.

Re: Flashing and Rooting the Viewsonic GTablet with TNT Lite 4.40 ROM and fixing the Market    By Robb on 4/2/2011 4:03 PM
Excellent job - thanks! Only 1 scary minute - after rebooting after flashing, there was an agonizing minute or so with a disappearing hexagons video loop that I was hoping wasn't endless. Sweated it out and now a happy hacker.

Re: Flashing and Rooting the Viewsonic GTablet with TNT Lite 4.40 ROM and fixing the Market    By Ruby on 4/4/2011 11:19 AM
Last Steps: The launcher that comes with 'Vegan' should be 'TnT Lite 4.4' IIRC the last time I installed TnT lite 4.4 the launcher DID rotate all the way around.

Re: Flashing and Rooting the Viewsonic GTablet with TNT Lite 4.40 ROM and fixing the Market    By stiphy31 on 4/4/2011 11:20 AM
Thanks Ruby, corrected that! You are correct, the TNT Lite Launcher does rotate...the VEGAn one does not. I copied this how to from my VEGAn one and missed this. Thanks again for pointing it out!

Re: Flashing and Rooting the Viewsonic GTablet with TNT Lite 4.40 ROM and fixing the Market    By Ruby on 4/4/2011 3:37 PM
Your welcome, and Thank you for such a concise instruction set, well appreciated as can be seen by the replies at xda.

Re: Flashing and Rooting the Viewsonic GTablet with TNT Lite 4.40 ROM and fixing the Market    By SeaNapper on 4/4/2011 10:42 PM
This was a great help! Please keep the momentum.

Re: Flashing and Rooting the Viewsonic GTablet with TNT Lite 4.40 ROM and fixing the Market    By ThinkMud on 4/5/2011 2:18 PM
so... anyone know of a good Android phone from ATT that is hack/mod friendly? my iphone 3GS is just about dead and my contract is up:)

Re: Flashing and Rooting the Viewsonic GTablet with TNT Lite 4.40 ROM and fixing the Market    By Justin on 4/6/2011 12:30 PM
As usual, excellent writeup. The only thing I found that you might want to fix is the part about *Fixing* the market. You should add a step to create or login with your google/gmail account prior to stop services and clearing cache data. The reason is, if you don't login first, you don't get the option to "clear cache" in Step #4. Hope this helps someone else, thanks for taking the time to put this all together!

Re: Flashing and Rooting the Viewsonic GTablet with TNT Lite 4.40 ROM and fixing the Market    By Sean on 4/7/2011 1:43 PM
Justin, thanks, I do mention that in the summary right before the steps but it may be clearer to put them in the steps...I'll do this when I get a second.

Re: Flashing and Rooting the Viewsonic GTablet with TNT Lite 4.40 ROM and fixing the Market    By ikis on 4/17/2011 10:05 PM
Great instructions. Came to your site last evening and fyi it is the best, most clearly written I have come across. Others should follow your example. Thanks again Look forward to coming back.

Re: Flashing and Rooting the Viewsonic GTablet with TNT Lite 4.40 ROM and fixing the Market    By ikis on 4/11/2011 5:06 AM
I tried to install tnt 4.40 for gtab. I put the rom on the sd card mounted it did the sd card install from zip but I get can't find file or directory. What am I doing wrong?<br>I have done this about 8 times to check out this and that but never had this happen. I did the wipes of all three caches prior to trying the install. I knoiw it has to be something really simple but I am at a loss. I have tnt 4.20 on the system now.

Re: Flashing and Rooting the Viewsonic GTablet with TNT Lite 4.40 ROM and fixing the Market    By nwchicago on 4/17/2011 10:04 PM
This is a very nice comprehensive set of instructions - i'm very curious about pershoot's kernel. One BIG Question - XDA Developers says NOT to use the clockwork installer for 4.4.0 - what are your thoughts? XDA emphasizes using nvflash for wiping it and adb? Roebeet, the TNT developer says: Clockworkmod is NOT recommended for use with TNT Lite flashing (as it does not update the bootloader as required by the vendor), but it is an option if you feel you must use it (ie. if you are stuck in a boot loop and need to wipe your user data). It is a "mostly stock" ROM. do you have an oppinion on this? Thanks. nw

Re: Flashing and Rooting the Viewsonic GTablet with TNT Lite 4.40 ROM and fixing the Market    By Sean on 4/21/2011 1:08 PM
nwchicago, After consulting with roebeet I updated the instructions on what ROM's to update from. This is because there are issues with using CWM if you have the new stock firmware on your device. I'm not sure how widespread the newer firmware is but I put a section in saying to "stop now" if you have it. I hope to get a chance to post instructions on how to get things working if you have a newer firmware.

Re: Flashing and Rooting the Viewsonic GTablet with TNT Lite 4.40 ROM and fixing the Market    By roebeet on 5/2/2011 12:58 PM
Correct about cwm - it's generally A-OK as long as you stay within the same dev branch. For the last few months, that's been the "1.1" dev branch. But stock 4349 users are on the "1.2" dev branch, which seems to be the direction the vendor is gong. So you have to be careful with cwm when you jump between the two branches I've been developing 1.2-based ROMs over in Slatedroid for the last 2 weeks. So cwm is definitely not something I recommend when flashing to these, as you could soft-brick your tablet.

Re: Flashing and Rooting the Viewsonic GTablet with TNT Lite 4.40 ROM and fixing the Market    By M. Fayfer on 5/1/2011 8:34 AM
got it! Thanks for all the help, here! I had bricked my Gtab when trying to flash it back to stock, but, after reading...and reading...and reading more, I was able to reflash and install TNT Lite 4.4. The Gtab seems tremendously fast and responsive.

Re: Flashing and Rooting the Viewsonic GTablet with TNT Lite 4.40 ROM and fixing the Market    By Sean on 5/2/2011 12:56 PM
You are ok to follow these instructions if you are on 3588. It's only when you have a version HIGHER than 3588 that you shouldn't follow these instructions.

Re: Flashing and Rooting the Viewsonic GTablet with TNT Lite 4.40 ROM and fixing the Market    By Carol on 5/6/2011 2:05 AM
Ok I did everything exactly as per instructions, I don't have market, so obviously I can't go to setting applications and so on, can you tell me where I went wrong. Thanks for the great set of instructions and the files to go with it.

Re: Flashing and Rooting the Viewsonic GTablet with TNT Lite 4.40 ROM and fixing the Market    By Carol on 5/6/2011 2:15 AM
Ok I did everything exactly as per instructions, I don't have market, so obviously I can't go to setting applications and so on, can you tell me where I went wrong. Thanks for the great set of instructions and the files to go with it.

Re: Flashing and Rooting the Viewsonic GTablet with TNT Lite 4.40 ROM and fixing the Market    By Carol on 5/6/2011 2:48 AM
Ok I did everything exactly as per instructions, I don't have market, so obviously I can't go to setting applications and so on, can you tell me where I went wrong. Thanks for the great set of instructions and the files to go with it.

Re: Flashing and Rooting the Viewsonic GTablet with TNT Lite 4.40 ROM and fixing the Market    By DroidGirl on 5/12/2011 3:34 AM
Ok Sean following your instructions earlier in the day, I flashed my GTab with VeganTab Ginger, but I find the interface so boring as I already own the Nexus One. So here I am @ 3:00 am, & am going to flash the TNT Lite 4.4 ROM instead.

Re: Flashing and Rooting the Viewsonic GTablet with TNT Lite 4.40 ROM and fixing the Market    By T Hayes I did this and it works very well on 5/25/2011 9:16 PM
Like I said it works great no problems at all so far.

Re: Flashing and Rooting the Viewsonic GTablet with TNT Lite 4.40 ROM and fixing the Market    By hayride2 on 7/11/2011 8:11 PM
I hate that I'm so stuipd! I did everything you said but I do NOT get the menu after installing clockworkmod and rebooting! I have tried several times, even holding down the + and power button long after I see the "key detected" note, but the menu you mentioned does not show up and it just boots up like it did in the beginning. I can't even think of what I would be doing wrong! Can you help me?

Re: Flashing and Rooting the Viewsonic GTablet with TNT Lite 4.40 ROM and fixing the Market    By hayride2 on 7/11/2011 8:17 PM
I hate that I'm so stuipd! I did everything you said but I do NOT get the menu after installing clockworkmod and rebooting! I have tried several times, even holding down the + and power button long after I see the "key detected" note, but the menu you mentioned does not show up and it just boots up like it did in the beginning. I can't even think of what I would be doing wrong! Can you help me?

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