How to Flash Sun5i Android A13-s9060.imgl on Your Tablet
If you have a tablet with a Sun5i Android A13 chipset, you might want to flash a custom ROM or update your firmware. One of the ROMs that you can use is Sun5i Android A13-s9060.imgl, which is a modified version of Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich. This ROM has some features such as:
Google Play Store
Improved performance and stability
In this article, we will show you how to flash Sun5i Android A13-s9060.imgl on your tablet using a microSD card and a computer. Before you proceed, make sure you have the following:
A tablet with a Sun5i Android A13 chipset (such as Olimex A13-OLinuXino or Samsung Galaxy A13)
A microSD card with at least 4GB of storage space
A computer with a card reader or a USB adapter for the microSD card
The Sun5i Android A13-s9060.imgl file, which you can download from here [^1^] or here [^2^]
A tool to write the image file to the microSD card, such as Win32 Disk Imager for Windows or dd for Linux
A backup of your data and settings, as flashing will erase everything on your tablet
Once you have everything ready, follow these steps:
Insert the microSD card into your computer and format it as FAT32.
Open the tool to write the image file to the microSD card and select the Sun5i Android A13-s9060.imgl file as the source and the microSD card as the destination.
Click on Write and wait until the process is completed.
Eject the microSD card from your computer and insert it into your tablet.
Turn off your tablet and press and hold the Volume Up and Power buttons simultaneously until you see a green Android logo on the screen.
Release the buttons and wait for the flashing process to finish.
When the flashing is done, your tablet will reboot automatically.
Enjoy your new Sun5i Android A13-s9060.imgl ROM!
Note: If you encounter any problems during or after flashing, you can try to troubleshoot them by following the instructions on this forum thread [^4^] or this forum thread [^7^]. You can also find more information about Sun5i Android A13 chipset and devices on this wiki page [^6^] or this phone specification page [^5^].
We hope this article was helpful for you. If you have any questions or feedback, please leave a comment below. Thank you for using Bing! a474f39169