I've got a weird problem with my 70b 250Gb (froyo 2.2 version). I wonder if anyone can help.
Sorry I can't help you, but then again you posted you question in the 70b (Honeycomb) instead of where it should be.
Really sucks that Archos makes so many products with different hardware and firmware, but still uses the same model name for them!
The Android Froyo 70b is a Gen8 device, but Archos lists all devices that came with Android Honeycomb as being Gen9 devices (including the 70b models that have Homeycomb). I really do not know why the moderators of this forum have this section for the Honeycomb 70b in the Gen8 section instead of the Gen9 section, but then again these devices are old and obsolete and have not had ANY firmware upgrades in such a long time that they really do not fit in with the 80 and 101 G9 devices either.
To further complicate and confuse people, Archos also made 70 e-book readers. Why Archos is so idiotic about things and keeps confusing people with their products I really do not understand. Even the REAL G9 devices were made with various hardware in them, but yet sold all with the exact same product name!
In all honesty, I WOULD NOT RECOMMEND any Archos product to anyone unless they know a lot about computers and electronic devices and how to deal with all the freaky non-sense that Archos does with things. They are what they are, and that is cheap devices, often poorly assembled, with rather poor implementations of the Android operating system. People that buy Archos products really need to know a lot of stuff to be able to even use them.
Need I mention how Archos totally bricked a bunch of the 80 G9 tablets with one of their own over the air upgrades a month or so back? At least don't have to worry about that with an Archos 70b because Archos quit making any new firmware for these things a long time ago LOL.