I managed to brick my Android tablet last night. I attempted to install a different ROM in it and now it does not boot at all. Actually, it will only boot into the program I was using to install the ROM with, but the result is the same.
I need to do some investigating on the Internet to determine if I can get the thing running again. I have already tried using plug-in storage with another ROM on it, but the install program doesn’t seem to be able to see that plug-in.
I don’t know if any of you have had iced Marketspice tea (also know as Pike Street tea), but if you haven’t you should try some. It is really excellent. I always make myself a cup of hot tea in the morning, but I don’t usually finish it before I go to work. Instead of dumping the remainder, I am putting it in the refrigerator and having it in the evening when I get home. Yummy.
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