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- Intel Atom Z3735F Quad Core CPU
- 2GB RAM
- 32GB Internal Memory
- 10.1" 1280x800 Display w/ 2MP Front & 2MP Rear Cameras
- 6300mAh Battery
- Windows 8.1
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This case "works" but it is not Bluetooth and getting the cable to the MicroUSB connector can sometimes be a bit painful (it is short); I regret getting mine.
^^ imo, it's actually the perfect length for the Unbranded tablet. The trick is to have the cable go up and under the tablet (rather than try to wrangle it to the side) since it's flat.
Cheap OTG cable
$2.95 free shipping not with prime
it works good for me, does what i needed, connected my mouse and usb drive. Has two usb slots and one micro slot to power USB devices conmected, cannot power tablet itself.
Gears of War on Best buy unbranded window 10, 10.1
Helpful firsthand information:
- It WILL accept a 128gb MicroSDHC card, despite what the spec sheet says.
- Headphone jack works great out of the box with standard headphones without a mic.
- Headphone sound is soft and distorted (unlistenable) when using a mobile phone style headset, i.e. one with a built in mic.
- HOWEVER, the headphone issue can be fixed by using a 3.5mm to 3.5mm adapter (where the male plug doesn't have a microphone section). You can also search for this as "3.5mm right angle adapter."
- I'm not sure if there is an adapter that specifically takes a 3.5mm plug with mic and turns it into a standard stereo, but the standard right angle adapter seems to work. If you know something that was designed for this, feel free to edit this wiki with a link.
Windows 10 link to download and install:
You can use this tool to create a bootable thumbdrive, but once you're ready to boot into the install process you will need a powered USB hub so you can hook up a keyboard since there are no touch drivers included with the install program (touch won't work). (thanks mryanbrown)
reclaim space by deleting the old OS http://lifehacker.com/reclaim-dis...172093471
Run android apps on your tablet
(thanks jb in az)
backup of all non-microsoft drivers
(thanks to marcelomanzo from another thread)
For those that have a Windows 10 license and want to do a completely clean install by booting from a USB stick, here is how to get that to work.
First off, if you have tried it but were not able to get the table to boot from the USB stick, it is probably because the tablet will not boot from a 64-bit image. Your USB needs to have a 32-bit version of Windows on it. I know the processor in this tablet is a 64-bit processor, but the BIOS apparently won't recognize a 64-bit boot image. So with this in mind, I made a bootable 32-bit Windows 10 Home USB stick using the Windows 10 Media Creation tool ( http://www.microsoft.c
Once you have the bootable Windows 10 USB flash drive, you will need a USB to Go adapter. This is a small cable that plugs in the USB micro connector on the left side of the tablet, and allows you to then plug in a full-sized USB device like a flash drive. You can also find a version of this that has a small hub, and which will allow you to plug in another device or two. You need something like that to plug in an external keyboard (or the add-on keyboard discussed earlier in the thread), because once you start the installation process, Windows will not recognize the touch screen. So connect all that up, power on the tablet, and press F7 as it boots. This should bring up a menu that allows you to select to boot from the flash drive. Go through the install process, but once it completes you need to remove the USB stick before it reboots. Otherwise it will come back up and want to run set-up again. If that happens, you can just power the tablet off, remove the USB stick and power it on again, and it should resume with the final stages of setup. Also note that during the install, if you select the Custom install, you can delete the extra partitions and get a little extra hard disk space back.
Once Windows 10 is installed, you need to install the tablet-specific drivers. Get the drivers from here: url]http://1drv.ms/18nOR4E[/url] . You can copy those to the same USB stick, but you probably want to format it first; if you don't format the USB stick, then every time you reboot with it plugged in, the tablet will try to boot into Windows set-up again. Once you have the drivers, here is the order to install them in:
- Chipset\Intel Chipset\Setup.exe (reboot)
- Chipset\TXE_Win7_8_8.1_18.104.22.1689\SetupTXE.exe (reboot)
- Hoodix Touch HID\install.bat (ran from a Admin Command Prompt, so I could see the messages)
- Sensors\Ambient Light Sensor\Setup.exe
- Sensors\Bosch Sensor Collection Device\setup.exe
- Audio\Realtek Audio\setup.exe (reboot)
- Network\Windows_BT_Driver_Install_PT1\RTLWlanS_WindowsDriver_3007.7.0915.2014_ISS_1.01.0243.Win8x.X86.L\Setup.exe (reboot)
- Network\Bluetooth_Driver_Install_PT2\RealtekBluetoothUartPackage_22.214.171.124023.L\Install.exe (reboot)
Note that you are SKIPPING (NOT INSTALLING) the following:
- Chipset\gthm14ww.exe (do not install)
- Audio\geaa05ww.exe (do not install)
After you finish all this, it should be working great. However, if you want, there is an update to the video driver available from Intel. To get this, I installed and ran the Intel Driver Update Utility, available here: http://downloadmirror.