There is no need to reboot system to take effect. And the effect will stay even if rebooting Hipad Pro. If this is not crisp enough, you can try the following command lines adb shell wm size 2424x3880 adb shell wm density 640
idk why Chuwi change the resolution to 1940x1212. Its Logo is also in this resolution when booting. When I set resolution to 2560x1600 everything is crisp. The contour of curvy shapes used to be jagged on my display. Now everything is crisp. The drawback of this higher resolution is quicker battery drainage.
Have you updated your Hipad Pro system via OTA update? If not, can you check your bootloader whether or not it’s unlocked?
No, please don’t update firmeware via OTA update, at least for now. Most users got locked devices after doing that.
Enter this fastboot command in fastboot mode: fastboot oem device-info
You missed “o” in “info”
The easiest to check your bootloader is to enter bootloader mode. You can do this by 2 methods:
In system, Enter adb command line: adb reboot bootloader
When your Hipad Pro turned off, holding power + volume down. Until you see Chuwi logo boot up, release power. You will enter bootloader mode. You can see DEVICE STATE - unlocked or locked. Mine is unlocked. Hope yours also.
I see. Right now there is no official unlock tool for Hipad Pro released by Chuwi yet. I have no idea when this will be released. Or never.
You can try using fastboot command lines to unlock bootloader fastboot flashing unlock
See more details here. Some users tried to unlock bootloader using fastboot command line(s) but still cannot do it yet. Maybe you can.
There are a number of Hipad Pro users tried to unlock bootloader via fastboot command lines but cannot do it yet. Seem like their devices need official unlock tool. Not sure if this would happen to your device.
Considering that they’ve re-released the tablet with a different processor (the Mediatek G95 I think we can assume that even if there is some kind of software update, it won’t be available for the SD662 version of the tablet, because they simply won’t bother at all.
I also think that it’s very unlikely that CHUWI will relase/allow boot loader unlocking tool… So all in all good idea of a tablet, as usual destroyed by beinga one off with 0 support / software.
I couldn’t agree more. This Hipad Pro is the first, prolly the last, Qualcomm device made by Chuwi. I’ve checked the features of MTK G95 Hipad Pro. This MTK Hipad Pro does not have L1 Widevine and no QC 3.0. Chuwi might wanna stay in their safe zones of MTK and SPD devices which they can make more profit and sale amounts. These devices require much less supports. Much easier to unlock bootloader and flash stock ROMs. Sadly very little Chinese manufacturers who make Qualcomm devices. I had high hope for QSD Hipad Pro after getting my hands on this. I will welcome MTK Hipad Pro users posting on this forum sooner or later. At least QSD Hipad Pro will have more chance to have supplies for parts like screen and battery. These will make Hipad Pro life last longer, maybe up to Android 15.
Anyways, in order to unlock QSD Hipad Pro, I will try to back up my boot and vendor partitions from my unlocked device via root method since I could not back up my device via QFIL. Whoever wants to unlock QSD Hipad Pro can flash boot.img and vendor.img by QFIL. Please prepare to flash the Stock ROM in case your devices cannot be unlocked with this way and get bootloops or bricked. After successfully flashing these 2 img files, reboot to bootloader mode by holding vol down + power (or whatever key combination that works) to show unlocked state like this.