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JXD S7800B SUPERCHARGED v1.0 / CUSTOM FW v1.1.4 / CPU-1800mhz / Reparted / Ext2Int

S7800B SUPERCHARGED v1.0 / FW v1.1.4 / CPU-1800mhz / Reparted / Ext2Int« on: November 30, 2013, 11:52:57 AM »S7800B SUPERCHARGED is here. This is a customized version of JXD's Stock Firmware v1.1.4 with several fixes, enhances, loads of useful applications, and an overclocked kernel.
WARNING !!! You are at risk of bricking your device should you choose to use the attached firmware & tools. You have been warned. You agree that any liability arising from the usage and/or sharing of the files below is strictly yours and may not be transferred to anyone else in this forum. Use at your own risk !!!
SUPERCHARGED v1.0
- CPU overclocked to 1,800 Mhz with 4 active cores.
- GPU overclocked to 600 Mhz with 4 active cores.
- Updated Mali drivers, set initial GPU clock, fixed mali_dvfs values, and corrected voltage tables.
- Re-sized System partition to 1GB, Userdata partition to 5.5GB, and NAND Storage to 1GB.
- Modified vold.ftab to swi…

DeenOX’s JXD S7800B Review

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DeenOX has reviewed the JXD S7800B on his blog!:As usual, DeenOX goes into great detail and produces an excellent review, so check it out!

Konstruki.com reviews JXD S7800B (Spanish)

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JXD S7800B running The Conduit in HD

JXD S7800B HDMI output

JXD S7800B Video Reviews

In Russian:And English:And French:

JXD S7800B disassembly pictures!

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Not a bad set of pics to work out how to disassemble the JXD S7800B. Source: http://4pda.ru/forum/index.php?showtopic=517824&st=20

How to solve the “download “incompatible” apps” problem onto JXD S7800B

One issue with the JXD S7800B out of the box is an inability to download apps that should be compatible from the Google Play store. The Technical Wiki explains this issue, with a solution:Google Play compatibilityMany apps which should presumably be compatible with the S7800 are marked as incompatible, and thus can't be installed from Play.
Many apps which should presumably be compatible with the S7800 are marked as incompatible, and thus can't be installed from Play.
Try using the app "Market Helper" developed by "codekiem" (download link ). It seems to work for some users, but not everyone. Alternatively, use APTOIDE or F-Droid.There is now a video tutorial for this solution:

Tansoftware releases overclocked firmware for JXD S7800B!

And hopefully, this is the first off the mark of JXD S7800A custom firmware:S7800B FW v1.0.9 / CPU-1800mhz / GPU-798mhz / DDR2Bus-677mhz - Alpha !!!« on:Today at 01:54:44 AM »It's finally here. This is a pure stock of v1.0.9 with an overclocked kernel. All other functionality is identical to original v1.0.9. Even broken root exists, which means you need to fix root upon installing firmware just like official v1.0.9.
WARNING !!! You are at risk of bricking your device should you choose to use the attached firmware & tools. You have been warned. You agree that any liability arising from the usage and/or sharing of the files below is strictly yours and may not be transferred to anyone else in this forum. Use at your own risk !!!
Changes:
- Overclocked CPU speed from 1,608 Mhz to 1,800 Mhz.
- Overclocked GPU speed from 600 Mhz to 798 Mhz.
- Overclocked DDR2 Bus Speed from 400 Mhz to 677 Mhz.
Result:
- Amazing performance & processing spe…

The Dingoo-Scene JXD S7800B (Rockchip 3188 SoC) Android Gaming Console Review

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1. Introduction

     Since the introduction of the somewhat venerable Yinlips YDPG18, Android handheld gaming devices have been released pretty much continuously, by any number of Chinese manufacturers.

     They’re not released with retrogaming in mind however.  Dedicated Android handhelds with physical controls for the consumption of nostalgic childhood memories are simply not in great demand in China, and accordingly, these devices have never been well supported by their makers, as far as the multitude of little tweaks and twerks that the Western retrogamer demands in the quest for ultimate emulation fidelity are concerned.  The view of China based manufacturers seems to be that the physical controls are an adjunct to the primary function of the device – hey, it’s an Android tablet, what else do you want?  Foremost among such frustrations has been OASS: “ornamental analog stick syndrome”, which sadly afflicts many of the devices released to date. What use are any physical controls…

JXD S7800B Wiki page

Update 12/11/13:

Check out our comprehensive Dingoo-Scene review of the JXD S7800B: http://dingoo-scene.blogspot.com.au/2013/11/the-dingoo-scene-jxd-s7800b-rockchip_11.html

Anyone with technical questions on the new JXD S7800B will be pleased to know that a helpful wiki resource has been started on Dingoonity:
http://wiki.dingoonity.org/index.php?title=Other_Devices:JXD_S7800B
Community support for any device is always the difference between the next Dingoo and the next Letcool … so this is a great development:

JXD S7800B–RacerX’s first impressions/mini review

Update 12/11/13:
Check out our comprehensive Dingoo-Scene review of the JXD S7800B: http://dingoo-scene.blogspot.com.au/2013/11/the-dingoo-scene-jxd-s7800b-rockchip_11.html
Some early first impressions are trickling in on the Dingoonity boards:Re: JXD S7800 Quad Core is Released NOW!« Reply #1035 on: November 01, 2013, 10:47:23 AM »Few points so far.
Touch screen feels a little on the cheap side.
Tablet has a problem with moments of freezing for a moment of two if you try do such things like hit back a few times.
Battery never seems to completely charge. It was hung on 99% for the longest time. I turned the tablet off to let it charge so I don't know if it ever hit 100% but after it started was down to 95% and the 93% without doing anything.
EDIT: Plugged it back in for 30 minutes and it finally did hit fully charged.
Pinned icons keep vanishing from the screen after I install something. Always the same three. No idea why.��…