Edited by ac0935p at 8-21-2017 22:51 |
Blocking the device driver update with the update Troubleshooter works a treat. When I ran the troubleshooter, Windows said an update to the Intel HD Display driver was queued. I blocked it. After 24 hours, the update still has not been applied. "Device Installation Settings -> Automatically download..." is set to YES. I am using all the default settings on my Chuwi Hi12 with the only exception being the update to the Intel HD Display driver that is blocked.
I have now run for 60 hours with Intel HD Display driver version 22.214.171.12431 - in the 60 hours I have had only one occurrence of not being able to wake from sleep. It's not perfect, but its much, much, much better than it used to be.
My hypothesis is that your Hi12 comes with 126.96.36.19931 installed. Windows update "immediately" updates this to 188.8.131.5249 - it is this update that seems to start causing the problems on wakeup. By uninstalling the later driver (effectively deleting it from your machine), you can force the re-installation of 184.108.40.20631. Then stopping updates using the troubleshooter prevents the problem from being recreated.
If anyone else tries this experiment, let me know how you get on. I hope you have the same success that I have.
I am becoming really happy with my Chuwi Hi12. Windows has finally become useable and now I have Android (stock), rooted with TWRP and with xPosed all working. I am using Active Launcher so my tablet looks like it's running Android N (but not really). TWRP is a bit tempramental - I seem to have to reflash the recovery partition sometimes, but I backup my tablet once a month, so it's not a major pain. The only thing I haven't got working so far is Android Assistant...