yes it's fake, real performance is much lower, use AntutuX to get "not optimized" resultsHi folks.
I do wonder why you guys said the P78HD's antutu score is about 10,xxx and 12,xxx
BUT, i saw this model reviewed on Youtube : watch?v=WQZUhpRkeVc
it shows about 18,xxx score.
any idea? or the Chinese reviewed by the website is FAKE???
My propose is to use it as ebook reader and web. Does this p78hd suit for?
I would like to buy this tablet for a car/tablet intergration...
Does otg works ok?
have you tried any usb devices?
I would like to add a usb dac
thanks in advance
your files are down, but wouldn't a backup partition mean that we can get more space on the tablet if we erase that? (if you can flash it via usb and bootloader?)
can anyone make a youtube video and show the outside and "fast" it is in real life use, i feel like the chinese seller faked the videos by a high margin
Thanks for the detailed instructions to root the tablet, however I failed with Kingo Root app, it simply does not recognize my device (debug mode is active, and USB storage too)
Firmware is 2.06_20140627
I tried Kingo Root 1.2.3 and 1.2.7 too.
I don't know about have more space, but, yes, we can boot with fastboot and flash the system => http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=56207349&postcount=3 (fastboot modded file exe.)
I have upload and updated the link of dump !
Ans in real life use, tablet is fast, that's okay (real score AntutuX ~14000) . :good:
First custom rom is here => http://forum.frandroid.com/topic/205924-teclast-p78hd-v01-rom-custom/
AnTuTu AnTuTu X Nexus 7 (2012) 13,309 13,730 Teclast P78HD 20,795 12,790
Thank you for the info :victory: if you find other update please share did you notice some weird things ? like desktop icons disappear randomly, fast battery drain an when you are on 10% last more, if you update supersu app can't update su binary, see ya!
It is not infected. Rooting software typically contains methods to bypass security so you may get a false positive.
Here's the direct download link: http://www.kingoapp.com/android-root/download.htm
For rooting, make sure that you have enabled "USB debugging" in your tablet's Settings -> Developer options
Connect to a USB 2.0 port if possible and not a USB 3.0 port.
Swipe down from top of the tablet's screen to see notifications.
The bottom line notification will probably be 'Connect as ...'
Click that line and make sure that 'USB large storage' is checked (not MTP or PTP)
Swipe down again from the top line notification may say 'USB connected'
Click that line and click 'Turn on USB storage'
After it is "really" connected, try the Kingo Root software again.
If "ROOT" or "ROOT AGAIN" works, then you're done.
If not, disconnect the USB cable and reconnect a few seconds later. Try again.