Thanks for the posting, however, it is not there, and will likely never be there. Not sure how many people still have this.Official ROM
* 27th Mar 2019, Android: 8.0.0 custom build Hipad_v1.0_20190327: Download
- Kernel 3.18.60
- IMHO touch screen finally works good.
It seems that the touch screen a little bit more responsive than with Hipad_v1.1_20181107. But not overresponsive like with Hipad_v1.1_20190111 firmware.
I have the problem with phantom/ghost touches with Hipad_v1.1_20190111 firmware.
Could you please share that original boot.img? Or maybe point to where I can find it? My Hipad X is currently in boot loop after trying to patch the boot file.
so i just ordered an alldocube tablet, similar x27 chipset and i've been doing some research before it arrive:So overall, the tablet it's awesome. A+ But the screen is completely ****. The worst element by far. The second worse: the Wifi AC Chipset, very poor power.
But I was intending to buy a Huawei T5 10.1' to compare between both ($200). And I've ended renouncing to it, because I think that it's fine to go on with the Hipad. I think that for what I need it's more than sufficient.
#background "real time" priority task 0.01ms time allocation echo 10000 > /dev/cpuctl/bg_non_interactive/cpu.rt_runtime_us #time between when scheduler reschedules 0.95ms for "real time" priority task echo 950000 > /dev/cpuctl/cpu.rt_runtime_us #default time allocated by scheduler for "real time" priority task 1ms echo 1000000 > /dev/cpuctl/cpu.rt_period_us #this is feature to take in to account number of cores for allotting time, turn it off to increase response time echo 0 > /proc/sys/kernel/sched_tunable_scaling #dynamic voltage frequency scheduler for gpu on echo 1 > /proc/mali/dvfs_enable #ignore thermal for gpu on, since the cpu a72 cores echo 1 > /proc/gpufreq/gpufreq_limited_thermal_ignore heat up and cause throttling # apparently this unlocks the a72 cores echo 0 > /proc/ppm/policy/hica_is_limit_big_freq