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Only when a brand like irulu offers an update of the firmware, you can download firmware. But I think now you ask for firmware you even can't use new firmware. I think you have bricked your tablet. But to load firmware, your tablet needs to work correct. If during an update (or while rooting) something goes wrong, you can't put in new firmware, because the tablet does not know what to do with the USB connection or with the memory card holder. Only a workshop with the correct tools can put in some firmware.
As soon as irulu has an update of the firmware they will notify registered users they can download the firmware and they also provide a manual, how to do the update. There are always warnings, if something goes wrong during an update, you can end with a bricked tablet. But if it is a regular update, they also tell you who to contact if something goes wrong.
Try to fine a certified irulu repair centre and ask them for help. (and what it will cost)
You'll need to do a factory reset: 1.
With the device off, press and hold Volume
Up and Power.
Release the Power button when you see the logo, but continue
to hold Volume Up until the recovery screen appears.
the Volume buttons to navigate the menu and select wipe data / factory reset. Press Home to choose the selection.
Press Volume Up continue.
This will reset you device to factory settings, however
anything on your SD card will still remain.
At this point you will need to start fresh as if you just
bought the device -- register with your email address, etc.
Go to acer.com click on support then download. You next need to select your device to go to its support page. Tablet, then Iconia Tab then W500P then click on image of your tablet. Under DOCUMENT scroll down to find the user manual. You have to scroll down or it doesn't show on the listing. Click on the orange download button at the left of the line listing and the zipped user manual ile will start to download. Your browser will either ask where to save this to or will put it where you have specified under browser options. I you save it to a place you can recall or to your desktop then you can extract the files usually just by clicking on them. Inside will be a pdf file which is your user manual which you will need something like Acrobat reader (free from Adobe) to use to read this file. If the second part of this works that will be the direct link to the user file and you might be able to download it using that.