Corebook sd issues

Corebook sd issues

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  • #144838

    prueba.castana
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    Hello, I am a corebook owner.

    Corebook works fine. However, the micro-sd slot doesn’t work correctly, it dissapears sometimes when I am using for reading PDF or anything else.

    I tested diferents SD cards  (Sandisk, Samsung, etc.)

    I tried to fix it looking for new drivers, unfortunately I am not able to find them.

    Have somebody fixed the Sd Corebook problem?

    Thank you

    #145238

    Hualalai
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    Did you format the SD using the Corebook?  Chuwi devices are very fussy about SD formatting.  My Hi9 won’t recognize 128GB SD unless the Hi9 formatted it.

    #145240

    santi_sc
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    I read that problem of reading Micro SD in other places, it seems that the Micro SD card reader is of poor quality in the Corebook.

    #145505

    prueba.castana
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    @hualalai, Yes, I formatted SD car using the corebook

    @santi_sc I agree with you. Although corebook is a good tablets, the SD card reader is the poorest stuff in the tablet. Not only have the problem corebook, but HI10 plus and others have the same problem. It seems I know you from a Telegram Group, isn’t it?

    thanks.

     

    #146690

    george
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    So?  what is the case?

    How can we fix the problems with Sd Card reader?

    Do you think a flash to the windows can fix this?

    #146810

    prueba.castana
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    I flahsed the BIOS, however, the sd reader worked only for 2 days, finally he became wrong again. So I decided to return it Chuwi for fixing it.

     

    I hope it worked when they will return my corebook.

     

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