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Old 07-01-2015, 15:39   #1 (permalink)
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Hello,

IMPORTANT: Starting from XTC 2 Tool version 1.38 you no longer need to download win32diskimager and follow this guide! This option is built-in into XTC 2 Tool [email protected]


NOTE: August 25, a new image has been uploaded. It will prevent Android from creating system files.

Many customers are trying to format the clip with wrong fs, which leads to a corrupted file system.
File system can also be corrupted by the wrong ejection from USB, etc.

We have a procedure that you may use to restore your clip to factory state:

1) Download this application:
Download Win32 Disk Imager from SourceForge.net
2) Download filesystem image:
https://xtc2.net/downloads/image2017s.img (short version, faster flashing)
https://xtc2.net/downloads/image2015.img (full version, in case short doesn't help)
3) Run Win32 Disk Imager
4) In the "Image file" select downloaded "image2015.img"
5) Connect XTC2Clip to the microSD reader.
6) Select the correct disk drive in the "Device" droplist. WARNING! Make a careful selection. If you choose a wrong drive, you can erase data on one of your disks.
7) Press "Write" and wait for the operation to complete. It may take 1-2 minutes.
8) Reconnect clip

Done. Please recreate the files you need (e.g. sf.txt, etc) and you may start using the clip as usual.


here the simple steps of animation video :


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Old 07-02-2015, 19:38   #2 (permalink)
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i tried to flash it it giving me error
an error occurrd when attempting to write data to handle error 23 data error (cyclic redundancy check)
 
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i tried to flash it it giving me error
an error occurrd when attempting to write data to handle error 23 data error (cyclic redundancy check)
Change sdreader, reboot pc, reconnect everything and try again.
 
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I get this
Error 1117: The request could not be performed because of an I/O device error
 
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I get this
Error 1117: The request could not be performed because of an I/O device error
Change sdreader, reboot pc, reconnect everything and try again.
 
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Change sdreader, reboot pc, reconnect everything and try again.
I did them all but still the same error
 
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after several attempts its solved now!!!
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pleaseee set image file
 
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pleaseee set image file
Sorry?
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the img file is mising from support or support is down or file corupted unable to download image.img from link
 
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the img file is mising from support or support is down or file corupted unable to download image.img from link
Here is an alternate link for you:

image.img
 
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thanks for the tutorial xtc2clip. it really helped a lot.
 
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Hello,

Many customers are trying to format the clip with wrong fs, which leads to a corrupted file system.
File system can also be corrupted by the wrong ejection from USB, etc.

We have a procedure that you may use to restore your clip to factory state:

1) Download this application:
Download Win32 Disk Imager from SourceForge.net
2) Download filesystem image:
http://xtc2.net/downloads/image.img
3) Run Win32 Disk Imager
4) In the "Image file" select downloaded "image.img"
5) Connect XTC2Clip to the microSD reader.
6) Select the correct disk drive in the "Device" droplist. WARNING! Make a careful selection. If you choose a wrong drive, you can erase data on one of your disks.
7) Press "Write" and wait for the operation to complete. It may take 1-2 minutes.
8) Reconnect clip

Done. Please recreate the files you need (e.g. sf.txt, etc) and you may start using the clip as usual.


here the simple steps of animation video :

how to recreate the sf.txt file i have formatted my xtc2clip i am new user for xtc2clip
 
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how to recreate the sf.txt file i have formatted my xtc2clip i am new user for xtc2clip
sf.txt is just a file with settings. Use XTC2Clip Tool to create the settings you need.
 
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Help me...!!!
"An error ocurred when attempting to write data to handle.
Error 2: El sistema no puede encontrar el archivo especificado".

PC formatted. No applications. No antivirus. What do I do?
NOTE: Please answer in spanish.
 
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