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If your AG Go-Tab Access tablet is invaded by stubborn virus or if it has boot loop issues like hanging on the logo or restart, you can follow the firmware or ROM reloading steps in the answer section to get it back on it proper working condition.

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Follow the foregoing step to get by the firmware updating or flashing process.

  1. First download and extract the following: SP Flash Tool, and the AG Go-Tab Access pack from here: [ROM Download]
  2. Install the MediaTek drivers as per the tutorial here
  3. Launch the SP Tool from the extracted folder by double clicking 'Flash_tool.exe
  4. Click on the Download tab (if not already there)
  5. Click 'Scatter-Loading' > browse to and locate the scatter file from your extracted firmware or ROM files
  6. Make sure 'Preloader' is unchecked (or NOT checked).
  7. Then click on the Download button with a green arrow on top
  8. Connect the AG Go-Tab Access to the computer via USB while pressing the Volume Down (or Up) key so the computer can detect and connect to its system
  9. The flashing process should start with a red/purple/yellow progress bars and you should get a green cycle with a white tick and the text 'Download OK' when the flashing is completed. At which stage you can safely disconnect the AG Go-Tab Access table and power it on for a re-setup.

NOTE: We can flash the device for you remotely (over the internet) for R100 If you are not comfortable flashing the device yourself. Contact us from here

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