Hallo, ich habe mal aus diversen threads diese Tips und Tricks Sammlung für das Teclast X16 Pro Dual Boot Lollipop/Win10 mit Intel Prozessor zusammengetragen: Quellen (hauptsächlich): http://forum.xda-developers.com/windows-8-rt/general/teclast-x16-pro-power-t3277973 http://techtablets.com/forum/forums/teclast/x16-pro-x16-power-forum/ +++Do you know how to enter the UEFI? Is a USB keyboard needed? I would like to be able to boot from a pendrive and backup the system with Clonezilla. You just need to press (multiple times is better) the DEL key as soon as the Tablet turns on. You can use the Keyboard Cover if you have one or a USB Keyboard to get into it. +++How-To Remove Android: - Prepare a bootable USB Stick using your preferred Windows 10 distribution. (Rufus works fine on UEFI systems) - Boot from USB (you can use built-in Windows Settings to do so - UEFI Firmware Settings - or you can manually switch to the BIOS menu by pressing the DEL button immediately after you turn on the tablet) - When you reach the "Install" screen do not proceed. Press SHIFT + F10. A command prompt window will be opened. - Execute these commands "diskpart", "select disk 0", "clean", "exit". - Close the command prompt window. - Well Done! You have successfully wiped your eMMC You can now proceed the installation. You won't see any partition now and the installation process will create new windows partitions for you. +++Hi, how can windows clean install ? I have delete windows Partitions include the MSR Partition. now i got an error after start install like wrong format ? it is possible to install windows new without delete android ? You can't. I have already tried. +++How to root: I was able to successfully rooted my new TecLast x16pro and I want to share with all of you looking for root. 1.First Install the latest Intel adb drivers for your Teclast X16pro device : https://software.intel.com/protected.../385047/494732 Here you can download the root file .. https://drive.google.com/file/d/0ByU...c3WF9hSjQ/view it is same file as for x98pro. 2.Enable USB debbaging in developers option. 3.Boot to safe mode by holding down the power key and then tap and hold in the power menu option "Power off" for 2-4 sec. until you see the safe mode option. 4.Now connect USB cable to your pc and Teclast mini port. 5.Start X98_PRO_5.1.1root.exe and fallow the instruction. 6.After restart you should have superuser install and you need to just update binaries. +++Default OS selection: If you uncheck the top left corner tick at the os selector it will Remember your choice ande doesnt pop up again You have to keep pressing vol+ during start up to change selection after that +++Repartitioning: I have used Gparted and my Teclast is now 7 gig android and 52 gig windows. All excellent working. After booting in to x64 gparted I was able to change my partition sizes. Make sure you create gparted with LILI usb creator. I’ve been struggling with this for a week, finally got everything perfectly working. I’m running latest Windows 10 x64 home and original Android. I have windows at 53gb and android at 7gb. I booted into gparted and cut the data partition of android down to 7gb from 20gb, giving windows another 13 gb to work with. I then copied the persistent, config and factory partitions to the left side of the newly unallocated free space. Then I relabeled the partitions to the correct labels of the original ones. Then I deleted the 3 partitions (persistent, config and factory), because they were in between the free space for windows and the newly created free space I chopped off of the android data partition. I booted into android , I saw the android spinning for about 2 minutes, then it rebooted. Then it went straight into android, no problem. Then I rebooted, attached my win 10 x64 usb stick freshly downloaded from microsoft as well the connected my wireless keyboard and mouse, By pressing f7 I choose usb as a boot option, it booted into the windows installation screen. I installed windows, then the drivers and everything is perfecto. Q: I tried the gparted but it only saw my flash drive... A: You have to burn the newest AMD Gparted ISO and then select proper drive in the upper left GUI +++Power Supply issues: Enclosed "TL-U35" DC 5V/3.5A 2.5mm*10mm (Avoid to use it, it is the cause of all issues such as GPU crashes and Touchscreen instabilities) That's a crappy power supply that causes many issues and probably also some damage to the tablet, so I recommend to avoid using it. You just have to search for a 5V/2.5A (or higher amperage) power supply that already has a 2.5mm jack or you'll have to cut the cable and replace it as I did. You can also use a USB to 2.5mm cable to use a standard USB Charger (again 2.5A or higher) but if the USB cable isn't able to handle 2.5A without any voltage drop (e.g. when internal wires aren't thick enough or when the cable is too long, it is recommended to use a 18AWG Cable that isn't longer than 1.2m) you could experience charging issues. +++ISSUES and FIXES Android only: Audio bug/issue: Issue: Audio quality via headphones with Android is really poor, especially with less than 50% volume. It sounds like there is some kind of filter applied to it, which cuts down every low section of an audio track. This causes a choppy, stuttering sound with the volume going up and down. (hard to describe…) Also more silent sounds are even more quiet and highs are very peaky. Occurrence: e.g opening a YouTube video with a voice and music in the background at 30% volume Solution: Issue seems to be software related as it works fine with Windows. Let’s hope Teclast will fix this issue. Workaround: Try using USB or bluetooth headphones. Large icons: Issue: Default density is set to 280, which makes everything on screen very large. Occurrence: Noticeable on home screen or Play Store Solution: Change dpi to a lower value; e.g. 200: -> Change dpi without root Rear camera unusable: Issue: Rear camera is not focusing at all and is making “click” sounds when using. Occurrence: Default and third party camera app set to rear camera. Solution: No fix so far. As before: probably due to a poorly developed rom. Update: Zooming actually repairs the auto focus for a little while. Windows only: Display driver issues: Issue: Display driver crashes randomly. Also mouse freezes in some games. Occurrence: Crashes every time I run a 3DMark benchmark. Trying to play games in native resolution causes weird mouse behaviour. Solution: Updating the Intel graphics driver may solve this issue. Update: Newest intel drivers didn’t fix it for me. Poor touchscreen responsiveness: Issue: The touchscreen is not very responsive. Occurrence: Double-tapping a folder or fast typing is very difficult and sometimes not possible at all. Solution: Try Phillip Cline’s amazing fix. It works very well! Both: Touchscreen bug: Issue: The tablet randomly recognizes multiple touch presses at the screen. Occurrence: Plug in the power supply and touch and hold at the status bar or navigation bar to get the effect. Or try some different drag and drop gestures. Solution: I had no issues when powering it with a different adapter (2A). Power supply: Issue: Power plug keeps disconnecting, which stops charging. No charging via USB. Occurrence: – Solution:A different charger works better for me. Also a 2.5mm DC to USB adapter makes charging via USB possible.