February 3, 2020 at 2:31 pm #182636
realy nice – good idea *thumbs up*March 23, 2020 at 12:10 pm #182819
I have an EZpad 6 Pro being delivered today.
Can anybody tell me what key to press to get into the bios, Also is there a key to press to get a boot menu for booting from an usb flash drive.
I want to make an Acronis image of the system before i start to use it, So i can mess about.
Thanks for any help.March 23, 2020 at 12:31 pm #182820
I use the keyboard docing
to get into the BIOS you have to hit the Esc Key during power on.
without the docingkeyboard it will work with normaly USB Keyboard to
hope it will help you 🙂March 23, 2020 at 12:34 pm #182821
hello I use the keyboard docing to get into the BIOS you have to hit the Esc Key during power on. without the docingkeyboard it will work with normaly USB Keyboard to hope it will help you 🙂
I bought the EZpad 6 Pro with the keyboard.
Do you know what key brings up the boot menu ??
John.March 23, 2020 at 12:39 pm #182822
i dont know
but i think you can configure it in the bios options, the is a place named boot and then 3 optionsMarch 23, 2020 at 3:22 pm #182823
i´m sorry i dont know but i think you can configure it in the bios options, the is a place named boot and then 3 options
Thanks for the Help 🙂April 30, 2020 at 11:04 am #182997ArturParticipant
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Thanks for the help, excellent. I thought the tablet was dead.
Thanks to Benjamin and NeO928.
Now works perfectly my EZPAD 6Pro.June 5, 2020 at 8:11 am #183191
I have an issue with my EZpad 6 pro webcam which does not work at all. It does not appear in the device manager.
It was already the case when it ran on the factory emmc memory. I upgraded it with a SSD ans a fresh new windows installation.
When I opened it to fit the SSD in, I checked the webcam. The flat connector which runs from the webcam to the motherboard seems in good condition and is well connected.
I thought the new windows installation could solve the problem with new drivers but unfortunately no…
Could it still be a driver related issue ? Or a BIOS issue (I checked the BIOS and front camera is enabled) ?
Or maybe the webcam is simply dead and it needs to be replaced. Would anybody know its reference so that I search on the internet for a spare one please ?
Thanks in advance for your answers and your help.
Regards.June 5, 2020 at 5:43 pm #183195BenjaminParticipant
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The webcam is connected internally with usb. Mine had some solderpads next to the ribbon which should expose all four neccesary pins for USB. So you could hook it up to another pc to test it by butchering an usb cable and soldering to the pads.
The only thing in the bios could be that you managed to disable this specific usb port.
If the thing shows up as a usb webcam somewhere in device manager it’s probably the windows data protection/privacy setting which I think by default blocks normal non WinStore apps from using the camera.
You can probably find cheap replacements on ebay when you search for “usb camera laptop”. But the quality of those mini cameras is very lackluster.
It’s currently difficult to get a webcam because of high market demand. You could try to use an android phone as a webcam (droidcam and others) or if this video setup can be stationary you could get a ip surveilance camera.
I know all of this because I actually ripped the usb cam out of my tablet, since the missing camera active led makes the thing not very trustworthy.
If you need further info, just reply 🙂
BenjaminJune 5, 2020 at 7:55 pm #183198
Thank you very much for your detailed answer, I really appreciate.
I might give it a try with a usb cable on another computer, but I really think camera is dead (it definitely does not show up in device manager) and it is not disabled via the bios.
I found an old logitech office computer webcam which still works and is equiped with a camera active led… It is a little bit big but fits on the edge of the tablet and provides a decent resolution.
Thanks a lot once again. Kind regards.June 6, 2020 at 8:36 am #183208
Back again with my webcam issue.
In fact the webcam hardware seems to be ok, but it does not show up in device manager in the wecam or camera section. I have a “camera sensor gc2355” which appears in the system devices section (and it disappears if I disable webcam in the bios).
Windows camera says “unable to start your webcam” and skype detects a front camera but only shows a black screen.
Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
Regards.June 6, 2020 at 6:03 pm #183219
It is very odd because my webcam looks totally different from the picture you posted on the thread you refer to about the removed led.
And the ribbon connector on the motherboard looks more like a serial port…
The gc2355 device in my device manager is located on an “intel(r) serial IO I2C host controller – 5ABA”, and it is deactivated if I disable the front camera in the bios.
I found the gc2355 driver on jumper’s website, initially after fresh windows installation, it appears like an unknown device in the manager.
So I think it’s a mess up with drivers which prevent apps from starting the camera… But I haven’t found any fix (yet ?), not that much information about this camera sensor…
Regards.June 17, 2020 at 3:41 pm #183436Dant0sParticipant
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Hey can someone tell me how to install these drivers on Linux Kubuntu for example?
How do I download them and where should I put them?
Can someone make a step by step tutorial on how to install the drivers for kubuntu?
Can someone tell me what to do and in the terminal? Like a step by step commando tutorial? Please.
Edit: Installed this way: https://onlooker7921.wordpress.com/2019/11/20/ezpad-6-pro-ubuntu18-04%E3%81%AEtouchscreen/
but the touchscreen is far off, does anybody know how to make it better?
Edit: I’ve used the Jumper Ezpad 6 pro B version and now everything works..
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