Edited by t-bonebl at 4-30-2016 12:03 |
I bought a Hi12 with the keyboard w/touchpad about two weeks ago on Aliexpress. Very impressed with this tablet for the price.
Having an issue which some other users seem to share here: http://forum.chuwi.com/thread-1183-1-1.html
I believe the problem statement is that we would like to turn off gestures for the touchpad (not the touch screen - touch screen gestures are completely different) and cannot in Windows 10. This results in swipes from the top of the touchpad minimizing windows, swipes from the right opening the action center and swipes from the left opening a multi-window view. Gestures are probably also considered things like tapping and holding, two finger tapping (to right-click), and two finger scrolling.
Basically, based on what I've read, the touchpad on this keyboard is supposed to have real drivers with software that lets you tweak all of these things. From the factory (in my case anyways) the unit comes with the generic mouse driver loaded. If your mouse shows "HID-compliant mouse" in the device manager then you're in the same boat. WE NEED A REAL DRIVER FOR THIS TRACKPAD AND HOPEFULLY SOME SOFTWARE THAT LETS US TURN ON/OFF GESTURES.
I have tried the Synaptics Generic I2C drivers and they don't let you tweak anything since this isn't a Synaptics hardware device (but they work as a basic driver). Also, if windows 10 recognizes your touchpad as a "precision touchpad" then windows has a built in interface to let you tweak these items (see Settings->Devices->Mouse & touchpad). Precision touchpads come on higher end laptops so I didn't expect it to be a precision touchpad - that's not what I'm asking.
Does anyone have a fix or any idea what the touchpad manufacturer of this Hi12 keyboard is? I've tried looking in the hardware profile...to no avail. If there was some sort of manufacturer part number or something on the keyboard I'd be able to figure it out. I'm pretty close to taking the keyboard apart to see what chip is inside...but I'm afraid that is going to just be some generic chip that doesn't have a real driver/software anyways.
EDIT: Yes I have tried using the driver package in the Hi12 re-imaging instructions on this page. Those just load as generic drivers as well with no touchpad controls.