Install via CWM-recovery: db.tt/Mawsnj7N (baseband version 11.8.00) db.tt/tm Kj0ha Z (baseband version 11.8.00) I've not noticed any difference between the two versions, so I think there is no need for you to upgrade!Micky I followed every post since about flashing a custom rom to the LT! P9516 Rescue-CD - your swiss-army-knife I think that Linux/Unix is great stuff.
For further details, read this post: Once in CWM Recovery: Use VOL UP, VOL DOWN, HOME and POWER to navigate through the menu. (normally it's done with the next option, but just to be sure) Execute "Wipe data/factory reset". Select "Install from zip" then choose zip from sdcard and select the file "medion-lt-p9516-cm10-v6-cwm601" Select the file then select yes Wait until CWM returns to the menu. (You still have adb, so you can upload again the zip file, if it was found corrupted.) Select "reboot system now" and reboot your device. Simply a long press on the POWER button, the select reboot, recovery and touch OK. Simply a long press on the POWER button, the select reboot, recovery and touch OK.
Check the data logging on the bottom of the screen for any error. Your tablet will reboot and start JB 4.1.2 after a new splash screen . Once in CWM recovery No need to clean cache and wipe data/reset to factory.
You MUST update to CM10 v6 first if you want your recovery image to be automatically updated to Clock Work Mod recovery 188.8.131.52.
You cannot upgrade directly to CM10 v6.1 which is to be considered as a simple update with no app or data loss. Credits: Krook1 (original K1 image published on forum.xda-developers.com) Ameisentaetowierer for the CWM recovery image fix (VID/PID) and various fixes f/w & s/w tools major contribution in testing and fixing.
Andri Odd for the patch for the Home button behaviour and pre-testing the images.
Please backup your apps and data before doing any upgrade. Select the backup option : Save all apps and data preferably on your external SD..If you want to do so, boot the CD-ROM, go to shell and "cd" into /usr/local/p9516. 1) refresh -- refresh current status on USB bus 2) toggle resume -- if tablet is in APX-mode and you use nvflash to access it, it starts nv3p.This is different from APX, but looks the same on the USB bus.In short, if you hard brick your device, you are on your own.*CAUTION* Do never interrupt the upgrade while its running.This is especially important when you see start updating EBT and BCT on the tablet screen.(blob flashing) The stock ICS rom file is the CH version.(see Nv Flash thread) Now, how to downgrade your tablet to ICS stock: Download directly the zip file into your tablet or upload it to /storage/sdcard1/ via adb. If you have to return the tablet for repair, you should also flash the original stock using Nvflash The above zip install is supposed to overwrite the recovery partition, but sometimes it does not do it.