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jasonconvenant|Post time:1-3-2018 15:46:57 View:2167|Reply:5

Hi,
I just received my tablet and obviously, I don't need android.
I would like to remove it in order to get more space for windows 10.
How could I do it ? Just boot on linux, remove the android's partition and extend the win10's one ?
Another thing, the touchscreen seems to not be capacitive... sometimes it doesnt detect my touch it's very annoying... especially for typing letters and resizing with 2 fingers.
I hope the upgrade of the driver will make it better.
Thank you.

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emily| Post time 5-3-2016 18:00:07 | Show all posts
Hi,
If you don't need Android, you can remove android's partition and extend the win10's one.
If your touchscreen is not sensitive, please reinstall your touchscreen driver or flash system in windows 10, and restore factory setting in Android.
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jasonconvenant| Post time 5-7-2016 04:23:08 | Show all posts
Thank you emily, I'll just remove Android partition in order to extend the windows one. ;)
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kwisi| Post time 5-7-2016 16:13:28 | Show all posts
Hi, I have the same question only backwards, how can I remove Windows and just use Android?
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emily| Post time 5-8-2016 17:48:05 | Show all posts
kwisi replied at 5-7-2016 16:13
Hi, I have the same question only backwards, how can I remove Windows and just use Android?

Hello, Kwisi

The Windows OS can't be remove.
Even if you remove Window OS by installing Android OS, you can't extend your Android's Partition.
But you can remove the android OS and extend your Windows's partition.
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thaayb| Post time 1-3-2018 15:46:57 | Show all posts
If you dont mind a clean install:
http://forum.chuwi.com/forum.php ... 7&fromuid=39061
Never perform a bios update on a working device!
NWRK.BIZ
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