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Bioxyd

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Hello

I have read a lot of threads now about flashing Xiaoxin Pad pro but better i have read them before. I tried to update firmware via Lenovo
Rescue assitant. But now my tab is dead... just because i couldnt wait for the ota update because of keyboard problem.

First picture you see what the only option is when i turn tab on. No matter what i try it always only reboots.

So i tried with Qfil and about 5 diffrent firmwares but always same error. I tried to make photos of the logfile, dont know how to save this.

Anybody have any idea i can bring the tab back to life?? would be great if anybody can help me!! What do i do wrong or do i anything wrong??

Greets
 

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trunglocke

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Hello

I have read a lot of threads now about flashing Xiaoxin Pad pro but better i have read them before. I tried to update firmware via Lenovo
Rescue assitant. But now my tab is dead... just because i couldnt wait for the ota update because of keyboard problem.

First picture you see what the only option is when i turn tab on. No matter what i try it always only reboots.

So i tried with Qfil and about 5 diffrent firmwares but always same error. I tried to make photos of the logfile, dont know how to save this.

Anybody have any idea i can bring the tab back to life?? would be great if anybody can help me!! What do i do wrong or do i anything wrong??

Greets
Given your Qfil screenshot, you did not set up your qfil properly, that's why there some error about Sahara server in the log.
Setting up Qfil is quite tricky, I cannot even remember exactly what I've done but I only got it to work on my second attempt on my spare laptop. You'll know when qfil working well once it say something like download complete and auto restart your decive.
 

sc00ter98

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Jun 7, 2010
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Hello

I have read a lot of threads now about flashing Xiaoxin Pad pro but better i have read them before. I tried to update firmware via Lenovo
Rescue assitant. But now my tab is dead... just because i couldnt wait for the ota update because of keyboard problem.

First picture you see what the only option is when i turn tab on. No matter what i try it always only reboots.

So i tried with Qfil and about 5 diffrent firmwares but always same error. I tried to make photos of the logfile, dont know how to save this.

Anybody have any idea i can bring the tab back to life?? would be great if anybody can help me!! What do i do wrong or do i anything wrong??

Greets
You have to change the storage type to UFS. Maybe more to change.
 
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Bioxyd

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in every manual i read until now they write ufs storage type, i tried mmc but no change. always same error. does anyone really now how to setup correct or is it rellay briked forever? tried some diffrent setups for qfil...

Thanks
 

sc00ter98

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in every manual i read until now they write ufs storage type, i tried mmc but no change. always same error. does anyone really now how to setup correct or is it rellay briked forever? tried some diffrent setups for qfil...

Thanks
Sorry for the mistake but you are right with UFS.

I flashed the new ROM TB-J606F_S120217_210805_ROW for testing once again and it works for me.

My steps:

1. download ROM from https://mirrors.lolinet.com/firmware/lenovo/Tab_P11/TB-J606F/
2. download QPST from https://qpsttool.com/qpst-tool-v2-7-496
3. download LMSA Tool from https://support.lenovo.com/de/de/downloads/ds101291-rescue-and-smart-assistant-lmsa
4. download Lenovo Tab USB driver
5. install QPST and make sure that you use by the radio option the bottom of the two (see post 158)
6. install the Qualcomm USB Driver V1.0 inside QPST folder
7. install LMSA
8. I installed the Lenovo Tab USB driver, not sure if needed
9. run QFIL (has been installed with QPST)
10. Configure QFIL as show in the pictures and use UFS as storage type
11. plug one of the end of the USB cable into the PC and don`t connect the other end to the Tab.
12. hold down the + button and insert the other end of the USB cable into the Tab until the COM appears in the QFIL software
13. load content and brows to the ROM location and select the .xml file
14. click on "download Content" and wait until "finished download" and the Tab reboots.
 

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Hello

I have read a lot of threads now about flashing Xiaoxin Pad pro but better i have read them before. I tried to update firmware via Lenovo
Rescue assitant. But now my tab is dead... just because i couldnt wait for the ota update because of keyboard problem.

First picture you see what the only option is when i turn tab on. No matter what i try it always only reboots.

So i tried with Qfil and about 5 diffrent firmwares but always same error. I tried to make photos of the logfile, dont know how to save this.

Anybody have any idea i can bring the tab back to life?? would be great if anybody can help me!! What do i do wrong or do i anything wrong??

Greets
try this way

I managed to fix it using QFIL. I had to install QPST and run QFIL from "C:\Program Files (x86)\Qualcomm\QPST\bin". The download fails the first time, but it works the second.
The same as in this video -
 

Bioxyd

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Still no luck for me, already tried to diffrent computers, older qpst version and so on... always sahara failure. do you guys also have this error message ion the beginning??

Get Partition files failed: Meta CLI not found.
 

sc00ter98

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Still no luck for me, already tried to diffrent computers, older qpst version and so on... always sahara failure. do you guys also have this error message ion the beginning??

Get Partition files failed: Meta CLI not found.
Maybe check with an older ROM and / or download the new ROM once again. Could be corrupt. I'm using 7zip for unzipping the file.
 

sc00ter98

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I have the issue with the new one from August that I can't switch off Bluetooth. If I switch it off than it switch on after 1 or 2 minutes.
 

Bioxyd

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Good and bad news. Very old rom is first which completes the flash. and qfil tells me finished . But tab boots in screen seen in picture. i think i had to send it back to china :-(
 

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trunglocke

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Good and bad news. Very old rom is first which completes the flash. and qfil tells me finished . But tab boots in screen seen in picture. i think i had to send it back to china :-(
Sorry I did not follow this post recently, but have you tried with the lastest firmware?
Your recent issue might be came from the mechanism (I don't know what its called) to stop people like us go backward but only forward with newer firmware.
To counter that, the only way I know now is flashing the mystic Zui rom was posted here, that will bring your device back to factory state, then you can flash whatever you want from that point. But bare in mind it might blow your persist partition away (no serial number, no netflix HD...FOREVER) that sadly happened to me atleast 🥲
So, be careful, google as much as you can, I suggest unlocking your bootloader, install TWRP, make a Nand backup. Then regardless whatever happens, you still have your plan B to go back. Cheers!
 

Bioxyd

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Sorry I did not follow this post recently, but have you tried with the lastest firmware?
Your recent issue might be came from the mechanism (I don't know what its called) to stop people like us go backward but only forward with newer firmware.
To counter that, the only way I know now is flashing the mystic Zui rom was posted here, that will bring your device back to factory state, then you can flash whatever you want from that point. But bare in mind it might blow your persist partition away (no serial number, no netflix HD...FOREVER) that sadly happened to me atleast 🥲
So, be careful, google as much as you can, I suggest unlocking your bootloader, install TWRP, make a Nand backup. Then regardless whatever happens, you still have your plan B to go back. Cheers!
no chance to unlock bootloader and so on, device dont boot up and Qfil thinks flashing ist sucsessful,. but it isnt. tab is dead i think


Dont use Rescue and Smart assistant for flashing xiaoxin pad, it will be bricked....
 

trunglocke

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Looks like there's only few choices for you now.
1/ Return your device to Lenovo
2/ Follow the pdf posted by [email protected] in below link and see if you can sort your issue out, but keep in mind this fix can blow your persist partition away as I mentioned before.
3/ I still think there is something wrong with your Qfil config or Rom, so try on another computer as well as check if you download a right Rom for your device, then see if you're lucky or not this time. Cos once your Qfil get proberly configured and you have a right Rom, then your device should be flashed successfully with lastest Rom.
 

famicom9x

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Today I received a notification about OTA update for 210121 to 210325
For version 210107 only, I cannot get update.zip


for china rom - "allow oem unlock" in developer tools
for global - starndart way via https://www.zui.com/iunlock
If zui.com does not give unlock image (for example if you have version F) that is the way through china rom if you find it
when i enabled oem unlock and checked with root checker basic it said "sorry, root access is not properly installed on this device" what should i do next?
 

Limizin

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when i enabled oem unlock and checked with root checker basic it said "sorry, root access is not properly installed on this device" what should i do next?

"allow oem unlock" in developer tools just allow you to execute the unlock command for bootloader unlocking. Starting with some version of the firmware, you do not need anything from the site https://www.zui.com/iunlock
just execute command "fastboot flashing unlock" (pc console with connected device) in bootloader mode. Factory reset will occur and bootloader will be unlocked

And then you need to install magisk and patch boot.img manually or install twrp and get root with it. Personally, I did not install tvrp in order to have less problems with ota
 
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Sorry for the mistake but you are right with UFS.

I flashed the new ROM TB-J606F_S120217_210805_ROW for testing once again and it works for me.

My steps:

1. download ROM from https://mirrors.lolinet.com/firmware/lenovo/Tab_P11/TB-J606F/
2. download QPST from https://qpsttool.com/qpst-tool-v2-7-496
3. download LMSA Tool from https://support.lenovo.com/de/de/downloads/ds101291-rescue-and-smart-assistant-lmsa
4. download Lenovo Tab USB driver
5. install QPST and make sure that you use by the radio option the bottom of the two (see post 158)
6. install the Qualcomm USB Driver V1.0 inside QPST folder
7. install LMSA
8. I installed the Lenovo Tab USB driver, not sure if needed
9. run QFIL (has been installed with QPST)
10. Configure QFIL as show in the pictures and use UFS as storage type
11. plug one of the end of the USB cable into the PC and don`t connect the other end to the Tab.
12. hold down the + button and insert the other end of the USB cable into the Tab until the COM appears in the QFIL software
13. load content and brows to the ROM location and select the .xml file
14. click on "download Content" and wait until "finished download" and the Tab reboots.
when i install ROM TB-J606F_S120217_210805_ROW, my tablet come to os but suddenly the error "hardware incompartible" appear and the tablet shutdown, anywat to fix it?
 

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    in every manual i read until now they write ufs storage type, i tried mmc but no change. always same error. does anyone really now how to setup correct or is it rellay briked forever? tried some diffrent setups for qfil...

    Thanks
    Sorry for the mistake but you are right with UFS.

    I flashed the new ROM TB-J606F_S120217_210805_ROW for testing once again and it works for me.

    My steps:

    1. download ROM from https://mirrors.lolinet.com/firmware/lenovo/Tab_P11/TB-J606F/
    2. download QPST from https://qpsttool.com/qpst-tool-v2-7-496
    3. download LMSA Tool from https://support.lenovo.com/de/de/downloads/ds101291-rescue-and-smart-assistant-lmsa
    4. download Lenovo Tab USB driver
    5. install QPST and make sure that you use by the radio option the bottom of the two (see post 158)
    6. install the Qualcomm USB Driver V1.0 inside QPST folder
    7. install LMSA
    8. I installed the Lenovo Tab USB driver, not sure if needed
    9. run QFIL (has been installed with QPST)
    10. Configure QFIL as show in the pictures and use UFS as storage type
    11. plug one of the end of the USB cable into the PC and don`t connect the other end to the Tab.
    12. hold down the + button and insert the other end of the USB cable into the Tab until the COM appears in the QFIL software
    13. load content and brows to the ROM location and select the .xml file
    14. click on "download Content" and wait until "finished download" and the Tab reboots.
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    when i enabled oem unlock and checked with root checker basic it said "sorry, root access is not properly installed on this device" what should i do next?

    "allow oem unlock" in developer tools just allow you to execute the unlock command for bootloader unlocking. Starting with some version of the firmware, you do not need anything from the site https://www.zui.com/iunlock
    just execute command "fastboot flashing unlock" (pc console with connected device) in bootloader mode. Factory reset will occur and bootloader will be unlocked

    And then you need to install magisk and patch boot.img manually or install twrp and get root with it. Personally, I did not install tvrp in order to have less problems with ota
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    System & UI

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    I bought both the Tab P11 and Tab P11 Pro in China, so they both came with Lenovo’s very own ZUI, a heavily customized skin on top of Android 10. The international editions of these slates will ship with stock Android OS, with only a few twists here and there. I installed the international firmware on the Lenovo Tab P11 Pro for better support for Google apps, but kept ZUI on the standard P11 as it is a gift for my partner, who can’t care less about YouTube or Netflix as he finds enough joy with Chinese counterparts such as bilibili and Watermelon Video.

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    Unfortunately, the Android ecosystem is going towards a direction which is less and less tablet-friendly. Many of the customized tablet applications in Play Store were released years ago and haven’t been updated for a long time. As a result, most of the apps I ran on these tablets were just phone apps blown up to fill tablet screens, and many of these apps only support vertical mode.

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    However, Lenovo has designed ”PC Mode” for its ZUI, and “Productivity Mode” for its international interface, These desktop modes work very much like Samsung’s DeX mode. You will get a taskbar similar to the one on Chrome OS and Windows 10. On the left side of the taskbar are the three classic Android keys: Back, Home and Multi-tasking, you can use them to control the running applications. You will also get a shortcut to open the application drawer. What really makes Productivity Mode/PC Mode so special is their ability to run multiple apps in windows. You can browse through Emails, chat on Skype and watch a movie simultaneously. You will almost feel like you are using Windows instead of Android.

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    Thanks to the keyboard shortcuts and right-click menus, the Tab P11 and P11 Pro feel much more productive than average smartphones and tablets. For instance, you can copy texts from a webpage and instantly paste them into office apps or social networking apps.


    Performance

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    At the core of the Tab P11 Pro is Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 730G chipset, which is built on 8nm process, has an octa-core CPU (4 Cores of Cortex-A76 clocked at 2.2GHz and 4 cores of Cortex-A55 clocked at 1.8GHz) and Adreno 618 GPU. The Tab P11, on the other hand, is powered by an older, and relatively weaker Snapdragon 662 chipset, which is built on 11nm process and also has an octa-core CPU (4 Cores of Cortex-A72 clocked at 2.0GHz and 4 cores of Cortex-A53 clocked at 1.8GHz) and Adreno 610 GPU. Neither of these two processors are real powerhouses, and benchmarks tell the story.

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    To help you better understand the performance of these slates, I also listed the benchmark scores of other midrange and entry-level tablets for comparison.

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    As can be told in the sheets above, the Lenovo Tab P11 Pro’s is in the same ballpark with the Kirin 810 powered Huawei Matepad 10.4 when it comes to overall performance, while the Tab P11’s horsepower is on par with other tablets in the same price range.

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    Both the Tab P11 and Tab P11 Pro features the same 128GB UFS2.1 storage, which should be much faster than eMMc drives in terms of speed. In the Androbench test, the P11 and P11 Pro handily beats the Huawei MatePad 10.4 and Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite in terms of Sequential Read Speed, but slightly fall short in Sequential Write Speed.

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    In the real-world use, both tablets can easily handle everyday tablet tasks with ease. I experienced no issues watching videos in the YouTube App, and editing photos in Snapseed at the same time. With that said, the Tab P11 Pro does feel a bit faster opening bigger applications and loading heavier webpages, but differences can only be perceived when I am running the same tasks on them side by side. Each of them feels fast enough for the tasks it is designed for.

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    Intense gaming should not be your main reason to buy an Android tablet, as most games are designed for phones and will be difficult to control on a 10+ inch screen. With that said, both tablets can run most games installed from Play Store without issues, but in order to have a smooth visual experience, you need to use moderate settings in some of the big titles. The Tab P11 has a weaker GPU of the two, but it is still able to run “Arena of Valor” and “PUBG” in mid settings smoothly.


    Cameras

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    Cameras are not something I would be concerned about when choosing a tablet, with that said, I still want them to be as high-quality as possible. Both the P11 and P11 Pro come with a very decent 8MP selfie camera, but only the latter has an infrared camera by the side. The P11 Pro rocks dual rear-facing cameras: a 13MP main sensor and a 5MP ultra-wide lens, while the P11 only has a 13MP main shooter on the back.

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    The quality of their selfie cameras is more than enough for video chatting, and both tablets have the capability of taking clear and color-rich photos with their main camera setup in decent lighting conditions. However, as smartphone cameras are getting so good these days, who really need a 11-inch tablet for photography?



    Battery Life and Charging

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    The Tab P11 features a 7,700mAh Li-Po battery, while the P11 Pro has a larger 8,250mAh battery under the hood. With display brightness and speaker volume both set at 50%, the P11 and P11 Pro lasted 11 hours, 37 minutes and 13 hours, 5 minutes respectively in our battery rundown test in which we played a 1080P local video on loop.

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    Both the P11 and P11 Pro support Qualcomm’s QC3.0 quick charge, and they both come with a 20W wall charger, but only the Snapdragon 730G powered P11 Pro can take full advantage of charging in 20W, the standard P11 only supports 18W charging at maximum.

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    Both tablets can be fully charged (from 0→100%) in around 3 hours.


    Verdict

    With Snapdragon 730G and Snapdragon 662 inside their respective shells, neither the P11 Pro nor the P11 is a powerhouse, but they are not really designed to be the best-performing tablets or break any new grounds. With that said, both tablets get a lot of essential things right. They each comes with a wonderful display, amazing speakers, and offers decent performance and perfect software optimization for everyday entertainment and productivity tasks. For me, they are easy recommendations for anyone who needs a new and affordable Android tablet.
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    The good:
    1. Solid build quality.
    2. Vibrant, clear and sharp display.
    3. MicroSD card support.
    4. Amazing battery life.
    5. Productivity Mode (PC Mode) is good for office tasks.

    The bad:
    1. Performance isn’t the best.
    2. No fingerprint reader on the Tab P11.

    Yes, Android tablet is still a thing in 2020, and we’ve seen a variety of slates being released this year. From solid entry-level slates like the Alldocube iPlay30, to versatile midrange devices like the Honor V6, then to the most cutting-edge powerhouses like the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus, consumers with different budgets could all find the right tablet for themselves.

    Lenovo released two Android tablets recently: Lenovo Tab P11 and Tab P11 Pro. The Pro Edition was clearly more celebrated because of its fabulous 11.5-inch OLED display, quad JBL speakers and Snapdragon 730G processor. But both of them come with decent specs for their price tags, and have the potential of being real contenders.

    Before we start, I have to say that I bought both tablets, one for myself, and the other for my partner, as they are extremely cheap here in China: the P11 Pro retails for RMB1,999.00 ($305), and the P11 is as cheap as RMB1,299.00($198). So, this review is NOT paid or sponsored in any way, and everything I have written here is based on my real experience.




    Impressive design

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    Both the Tab P11 and Tab P11 pro look neat and elegant. The metallic rear and slim build give the slates an air of luxury.

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    The P11 has bigger bezels, and is also thicker than the P11 Pro does, but both still look like 2020 tablets which could easily blow the Huawei Matepad 10.8 out of the water in terms of aesthetics.

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    The Tab P11 Pro has a frosted aluminum back, which makes it feel much more premium than its tag would suggest. Apart from the Dolby Atomos Logo, the camera lens and LED are the only distractions. It’s incredibly clean, simple, and stylish. The P11’s back side looks a little bit more interesting, as half of it is actually plastic. According to Lenovo, the main goal of this design is to allow better WiFi reception, rather than saving cost.

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    Both tablets have 3 physical buttons: power/standby, volume+, volume-. The power key of the Tab P11 Pro also serves as a fingerprint reader, which makes unlocking the screen a lot easier. Both tablets support 2D face unlock, which is almost as fast as fingerprint recognition, although definitely less secure. The P11 Pro has an infrared camera, which works like a charm in low light conditions. The standard P11 doesn’t have one and, as a result, its front camera often struggles to recognize my partner’s face in low light, and he constantly has to turn to PIN to unlock the screen.

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    Both tablets have a multi-function USB-C port, which can be used for charging, data transmission, video and audio output. The P11 Pro’s Type-C port is of USB3.1 standard, which allows faster data transfer than the USB2.0 Type-C port on the P11. Also, both of them have a MicroSD card slot which supports cards up to 512GB. Neither tablet has a 3.5mm audio jack, if you intend on using wired headphones on them, you will need an adapter. Fortunately, the Tab P11 Pro comes with one, while the cheaper Tab P11 does not.

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    The P11 and P11 Pro each has a pogo pin port on its bottom side, which can be connected to their respective official keyboard case. The tablets also support stylus with 4096 levels of pressure sensitivity. I haven’t got one yet because both the official pen and keyboards are out of stock in China.

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    The build quality of the Tab P11 Pro is extremely solid, and could even rival much more expensive slates such as the iPad Air 4, the Galaxy Tab S7, and the Huawei MatePad Pro. The P11 does feel less premium than the Pro edition, due to its bigger bezels and slightly thicker body, but it still feels a lot studier than other tablets in the same price range, such as the Honor Pad 6 and Teclast M40.



    Screen and Sound

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    Both tablets have wonderful displays.

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    The Tab P11 Pro sports a gorgeous 11.5-inch OLED display with Dolby Vision and HDR10. Resolution clocks in at 2,560 by 1,600, for 214 pixels per inch (PenTile). With deep, inky blacks and rich colors, the display is really a joy to look at, and the screen has a brightness level of up to 500nit.

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    The Tab P11’s 11-inch, 2000*1200px IPS LCD panel is undoubtedly less impressive when compared to the Pro edition, but it’s still a good-enough display for almost any scenario. Somehow I even find the P11’s display better suited for reading.

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    Both tablets come with quad speakers, but the P11 Pro’s JBL certified speakers are not only louder, but offer deeper bass, fuller and more layered midrange, and brighter treble. With that said, even the built-in speakers of the standard P11 can easily beat average laptops in terms of volume and overall sound quality. Even my HP Elitebook 745G, which sported a Bang&Olufsen speaker, delivers smaller and tinnier sound than the Tab P11.
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    Hi guys. I have been followed this thread yesterday. After all few methods that I read from this thread, I decided to do the method QPST/QFIL. I managed to flash international ROM from China/Zui ROM (Mine is Xiaoxin Pad 11 Pro comes with Zui ROM). Here's what I did:

    1. I downloaded software QPST_2.7.480 from this site: https://androidmtk.com/download-qpst-flash-tool
    (here got all versions including the latest version). But I only downloaded version 2.7.480.

    2. I downloaded software QFIL_v2.0.3.5 from this site: https://androidmtk.com/download-qualcomm-flash-image-loader-qfil

    3. I downloaded firmware TB_J706F_S240073_201229_ROW.7z from this site: https://mirrors.lolinet.com/firmware/lenovo/Tab_P11_Pro/TB-J706F/

    4. Once I downloaded these software, I extracted and installed follow detailed steps from this site: https://translate.google.com/translate?sl=auto&tl=en&u=https://www.mobile01.com/topicdetail.php?f=605&t=6227500

    5. After installed the QPST software, I reboot my laptop (I use ASUS Rog gaming laptop).

    6. I opened the QFIL software and follow steps form this site: https://translate.google.com/translate?sl=auto&tl=en&u=https://www.mobile01.com/topicdetail.php?f=605&t=6227500

    7. I also followed the video from this site during flashing process: https://d4eolryry5fcftjejwqqx6uho4-...libili-com.translate.goog/video/BV1iZ4y1V7uA/

    8. I did not use the stock USB-C cable provided in the package. I use other third party USB-A to USB-C cable.

    9. Voila! After the flashing is done, the tablet automatically rebooted and UI has changed to stock Android international ROM. :D

    10. I setup my tablet and updated latest firmware TB_J706F_S241015_210326_ROW through OTA update.

    11. I did not face any bootloop or any soft brick issue at all.

    Thanks guys for sharing! I noticed that I can installed YouTube Vanced using the international ROM compared to Zui ROM which was not compatible and always force closed. I can use "Hey Google" voice from Google Assistant as well using international ROM compared to Zui ROM which Hey Google is greyed out and not working. For Netflix, it cannot update in the Google Play Store, but I managed to sideloaded in APK Mirror: https://www.apkmirror.com/apk/netfl...-100-0-build-11-35439-2-android-apk-download/

    Netflix got Widevine L1 and I can watch in Full HD and Dolby Vision. The display is powerful! :)
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    Ones i have received the 11 pro from baangood, i have got the update to 201229 via OTA. I hope that following update will also come...
    Dont want to flash manually for updates.
    Does anybody have the changelog of the new update?
    https://mirrors.lolinet.com/firmware/lenovo/Tab_P11/TB-J606F/ check here
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    I received the OTA update today too!
    Yeah me too...just 15MB update, but at least it worked. Hopefully we see the android 11 update soon.