May 17, 2017 at 10:26 am #67073
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I have an Chuwi Hi10 Tablet, my problem: Android stucked at boot.
I tried to reflash with Intel Phone Flash Tool and flash-no-erase-all.json file. Flashing was success, but instead of stucking at boot, I have now bootloops only on Android partition.
I also tried this method https://techtablets.com/forum/topic/installrestore-android-stock-and-windows-10-x64-on-chuwi-hi10-dualos/ with delting flash gpt.ini command in installer.cmd, but I have the same problem (after first reboot there was as described the android logo, but after next reboot only chuwi logo boot loops).
Maybe my booting information table is corruped? – Because at BIOS I have 4 Boot Options, 1 with Windows and 3 with Android-AI, I did not know, if this was before or not.
Model: CWI529 with Intel Z8350 CPU
Serial: HQ64G421612xxxxxMay 18, 2017 at 7:26 pm #67203
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I solved it with flash CM12, because the Stock ROM from CHUWI is full of shit! – I only had boot loops, I got into Android with luck to press “Vol +” Key at Boot after I selected “Normal Boot” in Bootloader (intel Logo appears after Chuwi Loading Logo). – BUT this was not all, the STOCK Android ROM has no Touchscreen driver installed.
I used so many methods and tutorials to get it working, I really spent more than 8 hours to get it work.
So now my steps how I flashed CM12:
Instead of flashing TWRP into recovery partition, I flashed to Stock ROM with Intel Phone Flash Tool (Tutorial: http://forum.chuwi.com/thread-1633-1-1.html, and used flash-no-erase-all.json from Hi12, they are the same: http://forum.chuwi.com/forum.php?mod=viewthread&tid=3308)
I exchanged the recovery.img with the TWRP img file (make sure you rename/replace it to/with recovery.img): http://konstakang.com/devices/chuwi_vi10plus/TWRP/
Then you don’t need to unlock the bootloader and you don’t need to flash the dm-verity.
I downloaded files for my Chuwi Hi10 Pro Model: CWI529 with Serial: HQ64G421612xxxxx and put them onto a FAT32 fomatted USB Stick:
open_gapps-x86-5.1-pico-20170518.zip (http://opengapps.org/?arch=x86&api=5.1&variant=pico yes x86 on HQ64…)
After selecting Android from Bootmenu (where you can switch between Android and Windows) press “Vol -” for ~5 seconds, the bootloader appears and select reboot recovery, after selecting again Android on next boot, TWRP is loading and have access to all partitions, without unlock bootloader and disable dm-verity.
Put the USB Stick into Dockingstation or Micro USB – USB Adapter and select the zip files in the order listed above.
Finished!March 7, 2019 at 1:52 am #150714
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