Installing CyanogenMod on a Lenovo IdeaPad A1

David Artiss

David is the owner and main author of this website. Working as an IT Professional for 25 years and programming for far longer, he is a self-confessed geek and gadget fan. Overweight, glasses wearing and having a deep interest in science fiction and comic book heroes, he doesn't avoid the stereotype.

54 Responses

  1. nigga jerry says:

    it just bricked my tab does this work for a7600-h

  2. vprot says:

    Thank you for your detailed guide; it saved me a lot of time when I had to flash my Lanovo A1 after several months/years, after my son managed to lock it by using repeatedly a wrong pattern in the lock screen!

    Even though some links are broken (after all these years), I managed to find the files and based on your clearly described steps I now have a fully working Lenovo A1 again!

  3. Mike says:

    Hi David

    Trying to install this but both ClockworkMod and CyanogenMod7 links return:
    The file you requested was not found.

    Your advise please.

    Many thanks in advance

  4. Isaac says:

    this just bricked my lenovoa1…. =(….. can u please help me how to unbrick it

    • David says:

      As I state in the article I can’t provide support – I’ve just provided the instructions. Please see the bottom of the article for details on how to get support – in particular the forum.

  5. prithvi says:

    i have a purchase a levovo idea A2107A ,,it show dull sim,,but it had no app for calling opection,,how can i do active make this calling on this tablet,,just one issue ,,pls help me ,,or guide any link which i can add any OS ,or software for calling facaliety,,

  6. davaeba says:

    don’t waste your time

    install SlimDroid v 8.1 by twsk & dawkon13

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