Edited by sentella4d at 9-30-2016 12:54 |
After a week of endless searching in the internet for the answer,I pretty much had given up hope. I tried all available options to get the thing conected to any PC whatsoever, but no avail. But my persiverence paid of,I got my Chuwi VI-10 plus connected. I must give props to our felllow user Elm, a newbie like myself for the simple solution. I found the answer in:
[Tutorial] How to reinstall Android and Windows for Chuwi Vi10 Plus
(出处: Chuwi Forum).
This post jut came was from five days ago, post #17;
"My tablet came with a charger like this https://www.amazon.com/Qualcomm- ... =1474790786&sr=1-14
and a USB-a to USB-C cable.
To make the tablet detected, here is what I've done :
- Install the android drivers for windows : http://www.touslesdrivers.com/index.php?v_page=23&v_code=46032
- Set tablet to recovery mode
- Plug the cable that came with the tablet : USB-A into th PC, USB-C in to the tablet
- Run the intel phone tool
The connection do not work on the micro-usb port, and it does not work neither with a micro-usb cable and an adaptor to USB-C. Only worked with the cable that came with the charger."
Yep,NO MICRO USB HOST CONNECTION, only USB-C to USB-A. It worked!!!
I must really thank Elm for the answer
But nowhere in this forum,or in the internet for that matter, after dozens of hours invested on just trying to get this figured out ,did I see that USB Host Mode only works in the USB-C connector for the Vi-10 plus or any other Tablet for that matter.. All other tablets that I have seen before always use the micro otg adapter and all instructions say so specifically, except, of course our Vi-10 plus. It has been beyond frustrating, but a learning experience.
I sincerely hope that in the future, Chuwi should make sure to be specific and clear about such an important detail, it has cost me a almost a week's work,.