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tffak|Post time:7-31-2017 15:09:29 View:1174|Reply:17

emily| Post time 6-29-2017 23:28:59 | Show all posts
Edited by emily at 6-29-2017 23:37
mimble replied at 6-29-2017 23:00
No. He has not solved his problem in the video. Watch it again. He shows the problem with three di ...

hello, he solve his problem, please read his video comment as follows:
the only thing that helped was to buy a quality wall charger and cable:
https://www.banggood.com/Qualcom ... .html?rmmds=myorder
and
https://www.banggood.com/BlitzWo ... .html?rmmds=myorder
Also, change the bios settings:
"Enter the bios by pressing delete when you sart up your machine
move the arrows to advanced press enter
enter system components
change S5 charging driver and S5 LPM settings to enable
save and exit.
Plug your charger in to your machine and turn it on.
It charges very slowly when switched on, but does not flash or lose power. Charges as normal when turned off."
then you have to turn off, plug in ,then boot to windows and it will charge flawlessly

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mimble| Post time 6-30-2017 07:59:19 | Show all posts

RE: Hi10 Plus Screen flickers in Win10 while tablet is charged

emily replied at 6-29-2017 23:35
hello, mimble, he solve his problem in the video comment, please check it as follows:
the only thi ...
Also, change the bios settings:

The bios settings make no difference.
If you read the documentation, S5 refers to powering USB ports when in a power saving mode.

Yes. Like all the other people, I did try many chargers. I even tried a different brand which can deliver up to 3 amps.
None of this helps.
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charleskoz| Post time 7-2-2017 11:47:02 | Show all posts
I've seen this happen when the cable is not plugged all the way in. The port is not well designed and it is easy to do it incorrectly, you must push it all the way in until you feel a light "snap" as it lodges into place.
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ventel| Post time 7-3-2017 02:55:22 | Show all posts
charleskoz replied at 7-2-2017 11:47
I've seen this happen when the cable is not plugged all the way in. The port is not well designed an ...

Is that what the problem is in this person's videos ?
https://youtu.be/JKJ5EFtDEhk
and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-wJNMl0TAqs
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manonegra222| Post time 7-3-2017 04:16:13 | Show all posts
Edited by manonegra222 at 7-3-2017 13:17
charleskoz replied at 7-2-2017 20:47
I've seen this happen when the cable is not plugged all the way in. The port is not well designed an ...

We look transparent. The problem is exactly that and there is no bios, hardware or software problem.

But if they do not want to hear they keep spinning.

When they decide to cut a little the plastic of the connector type C solve the problem.
The battery charges well on Android but not on Windowsm, but the problem is the depth of the port.
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DaveMc| Post time 7-25-2017 08:55:07 | Show all posts
Ok - thought I'd trust the moderators, and trimmed the plastic sheathing on my USB-C connector.
Hasn't made a blind bit of difference.
I'm yet to try the bios settings - how do you get in to BIOS without a hard keyboard?
And I don't understand why the Chuwi moderators - bless 'em - are telling us to buy a quality cable,
when we should have been supplied with one.
I'm assuming Chuwi either haven't seen the problem. Which is odd.
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mimble| Post time 7-28-2017 06:31:29 | Show all posts
DaveMc replied at 7-25-2017 08:55
Ok - thought I'd trust the moderators, and trimmed the plastic sheathing on my USB-C connector.
Has ...

No, trimming the connector will not help here. I had some adaptors which needed to be trimmed, but the point is, even when you have a good electrical connection, the device still cycles on/off charging. As you say, it is remarkable that they ship machines with chargers and then recommend you buy a new charger and cable.
I'm yet to try the bios settings - how do you get in to BIOS without a hard keyboard?

Here, you might be out of luck. Even if you get to the BIOS, you cannot move around without a keyboard.
I would not worry. It does not fix the problem.
I'm assuming Chuwi either haven't seen the problem. Which is odd.

It certainly is odd. This problem does not affect all units, which has added to the confusion and irrelevant replies.
I have no evidence, but I suspect chuwi are not very interested in the problem. Have you counted the number of models they have and the rate at which they belt them out ? I think their modest technical expertise is cobbling together their next machine and they will not look at drivers in the models with problems.
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jtrosky| Post time 7-31-2017 15:09:29 | Show all posts
Edited by jtrosky at 7-31-2017 15:10

I have 2 Hi10 Pros and an Hi10 Plus.  On one of my Hi10 Pros, if I connect the charging cable normally, I experience this issue.  If I instead connect the USB-C charging cable to the tablet and then *keep some inward pressure on the cable for abut 5 seconds*, it then charges normally.  I would agree that it has to do with the USB-C cable not going into the tablet far enough - at least with my Hi10 Pro.  Just by putting a little pressure on it when I first connect it (basically until Windows sees it as A/C power), the problem goes away completely.  Just something to try...

It could be that there are 2 separate problems, but at least the symptoms sound the same...
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