Hello I recently acquired a dingoo straight from Hong-Kong (DX). I flashed it with 1.20-pof firmware. I thought it came with ili9325 screen controller. There was a strange screen problem after flashing. Gamma was wrong and strange 'scanline' interlacing effect appeared. Quite distracting. So I started to investigate. I flashed it with 9331 bootcode. Then the interlacing was gone but the screen was flipped horizontally and gamma was still wrong. I found the lcd controller register which was responsible for the flipping and changed its value to this from ili9325 bootcode. But still the gamma was wrong. I decided to take apart my dingoo and it appears that it has brand new internals. Memory chips are all Winbond, the JZ chip is branded and says DINGOOGAME with a PAW logo. Apart from that the LCD model is FTP280C59N while the one in former dingoos was FTP280P04N. I managed to find some info about this lcd. It appears that it should be driven by ILI9328 controller. Maybe I just programmed my mind and when I looked at the info screen I thought it said ili9325 while it was ili9328. You know because everywhere it was written that its either 9331 or 9325. Now I'm stuck. I tried hacking the bootcodes. Changing the LCD init sequence with various values found in ILI9325 "Application Notes". It appears that the only way to get this working is to acquire a proper bootcode. So if you're about to buy a new dingoo and it by accident says ili9328 or even 9325 but you're suspicious, dump the bootcode before flashing it! Oh, my dingoo came with fw 1.22. If you recently bought dingoo from DX and haven't checked it yet, write down the screen controller id. You can access this info by going to the about screen and pressing up-right-down-up-right-down. Thanks! More about my problem: http://boards.dingoonity.org/dingoo-general/screen-'interlacing'-after-flashing/msg17585/#msg17585 How to dump your bootcode: http://www.dingux.com/2009/05/new-a320-hardware-spotted-different-lcd.html. The 2K dump should suffice.