OMA has done something for the Insignia Flex Elite.
But I’m not tech enough to understand what.
OMA mentions a “strip and repack.” Stripped of what? Repack, I understand.
What I find odd is this screen, About Tablet. I think it’s from Dan EE’s unit (click any to enlarge):
Here are the About Tablet screens from the units I tried at Best Buy (they’re identical to one another):
Let me highlight the differences:
And now with whatever OMA did added:
Despite the different dates, the kernel versions are the same. Does the date indicate when the ROM was flashed?
Whatever OMA did, the server for the kernel is now at Five Technology, not Insignia. But we’ve seen Five mentioned by AnTuTu:
And what’s up with the dates falling on a Wednesday? Does that have any significance or is it coincidental?
And the servers have only two numbers, 10 or 137?
This is over my head.
There aren’t any instructions for using the download in the second post. That would be helpful, as would a list of whatever changes were made.
Let’s hope Dan EE checks back at ARCtablet forum or even here to let everyone know how OMA’s magic does.
Finally, I briefly scanned the logcat Dan EE posted. I really don’t know how to read a logcat and don’t know how it was generated. But it seemed to be filled with many errors and things like “Unknown permission” and “Not granting permission.” DRM was mentioned at the top of it too. And there was a mention of a Best Buy updater — as well as a Rockchip one. Very confusing.
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