• Title: Acer Iconia One 10 (B3-A30)
  • Listed: 05/31/2017 1:40 pm
  • ROM Version:ROM Android 6.0
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Acer Iconia One 10 (B3-A30)

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hanuma50


DESCRIPTION


ROM Mobile Acer Iconia One B3-A30 –ROM Android 6.0

ONLY MT8163

Official ROM ACER Version: Acer_AV0M0_B3-A30_RV06RC01_WW_GEN1 - full_neostra8163_tb_m-user 6.0 MRA58K

Gapps include – No Rooted
Language support : Multilang


Install ROM :
- Unpack FlashTools, and Click on Flash_tool.exe
- Select "scatter-Loading"and search MT8163_Android_scatter.txt in ROM
- Wait file to be added into Flash Tool
- Select "Download Only"or if upgrade "Firmware upgrade"
- Turn off your phone, remove the battery (if the battery is removable) and replace it after some seconds (and don't turn on the phone).
- Press “Download”button to start
- and connect your phone into the computer via USB data cable.
- The process will start and a red progress bar will appear after color purple, yellow.
- And green circles display
- Finish !
- You can now safely disconnect your phone and turn it on.


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4 Responses to“Acer Iconia One 10 (B3-A30)”







  1. 06/28/2017
    Posts: 2

    Taiwan;Republic of China (ROC)

    Just bought a new Acer Iconia One 10 with the ROM version completely matching Acer_AV0M0_B3-A30_RV06RC01_WW_GEN1.

    As soon as I hit the "Downlaod", an error window popup titled "ERROR: S_BROM_DOWNLAOD_DA_FAILED (2004)", with{H/W], [HINT] and [ACTION] indicating that the usb connection is broken, and in the bottom red progress bar center "Download DA 100%", as attached screenshot.

    The device went into normal power on. Judging from the sound from Windows 10, the usb connection seemed to be going through on/off cycle several times until the device completely on.

    I tried manual adb command "adb reboot bootloader"while the device is on and connected (as verified by "adb devices"), and found the usb connection indeed disconnected immediately after that "adb reboot bootloader"command. Then the device went black out with a line "FASTBOOT mode…"at the bottom of the screen, and stayed there forever.

    Plaese help. Thank you.





  2. 07/05/2017
    Posts: 1

    Are you for sure that it is the B3-A30 and not the B3-A20?? I have the A20 and am considering upgrading to this ROM but i have no clue. I know there are tutorials on how to do this…the one that I followed i had to download and install some drivers to my windows ten in order for my system to recognize the device (Mediatek chipset is not by default recognizable to windows). That might be why you were having issues with the usb connection. The other possibility is that you have the wrong ROM, I know I have seen in forum a TON of people who downloaded the stock rom for the A3-A20 or A3-A30 and had a really bad time with that.  this link will bring you to the tutorial page and information to download the vCom drivers and how to do it in windows 10 properly.

     

    I hope this helps and if you were able to solve your problem if you could reply with your solution that would be spectacular…

     

     





    • 06/28/2017
      Posts: 2

      Taiwan;Republic of China (ROC)

      Thank you for the help. Not been able to resolve the problem though. My device is definitely an Acer B3-A30, as the attached screenshot shown.

      I have tried the Windows 10 MTK VCOM USB Drivers from technonote.com, the MTK Driver Auto Installer from needrom.com here, and the official usb driver from http://www.tabletennis.su/Acer/B3-A30/USB_Driver/

      All resulted in the same error message mentioned in my original post (in which case no extra usb drivers were installed). Any suggestions to further try beyond this point will be greatly appreciated.

       





  3. 09/03/2017
    Posts: 1

    Algeria

    i have the same problem 

    help please ..any sollution !


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