Discussion in 'Other Brands' started by surfaceproartist, Jan 9, 2017.
Thanks! Could you tell me what drivers do you have? I suppose that is problem of graphic driver.
Std Intel driver 184.108.40.20690 installed by the "Intel Driver Update utility"
Where in Spain are you? I will be near Mijas the next few weeks.
I'm going to download that version.
Yes, I'm in Spain. But not in mijas or near.
Edit: with that drivers the adapter doesn't work...
As it is working with my Mix Cube Plus i tried it with the Cube I7 Book my wife owns and there it didn't work.
So I tested a few things and in the end it was working.
1. the newest Intel Driver is installed.
2. I booted into the bios https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/5831-boot-uefi-firmware-settings-inside-windows-10-a.html
3. Look for the Thunderbold settings and switch dem on ( it doesn't have TB3 but it worked for me ).
4. Connect the USB-Dock without the Monitor connected, let everything install.
5. Now connect the monitor.
This is how it worked for the I7 Book and I'm not sure if I did the same way back when I got the Mix.
Thanks but it doesn't work.
I have to put enable all the options in the thunderbolt menu??? I put enabled some of them.
Edit: I put enable more options and neither.
Could we talk by telegram or similar?
hello, just chiming in, i can't find out how to change the OS to Android, i'm am currently in windows. No button, like it says on the website. i need Droid for some drone apps. thx
As there is no Android installed, how do you think you can change to it?
I only switched thunderbold on.
But in thw bios appears many options.
I show you in the following images.
@Mich84 I had read that this unit gave android and PC capabilities, and I have seen a demo where you can change from one OS to another. In the ad for the Cube Mix, it states:
Cube Mix Plus 2 in 1 Tablet PC 10.6 inch Windows 10 10-Point G + G Capacitive Screen Intel Kaby Lake Core M3-7Y30 Dual Core 1.61GHz 4GB RAM 128GB SSD 2.0MP + 5.0MP Cameras Bluetooth 4.0 OTA OTG
This Android/Windows device is designed to function specifically with the current Android/Windows OS installed on it. Any alterations such as upgrades, modding with custom ROM, rooting or flashing the Android device with other firmware will automatically cause the device experience matters as well as void the device's warranty. Please think twice before operating all these actions.
So, does that mean that it only has Win 10, even though it is called a "2 in 1" tablet, and states that it is an android/windows device? I read Android/Windows, which would assume it has both OS and should be bootable to either out of the box. If not, I'm not completely bummed, but disappointed. BTW, don't waste your money on the keyboard, it's a very expensive tablet stand.
2 in 1 means tablet and laptop.
All of the product descriptions contain that paragraph about not changing the OS in a dual boot, even the ones that are only Windows.
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