March 30, 2020 at 12:45 pm #182861
I started to have random strange issues about a year ago, black flickering screen, super sensitive (going into things I did not click on etc…) but when I have the keyboard disconnected the issues have not happened to date, so im not sure if its the keyboard or where it connects on the tablet.
In the last few weeks the issues have become more frequent which is a real pain, especially with being inside a lot these days and that I am trying to work on a visual novel project but then its impossible to do anything when the issues happen, so I want to try and look for cost effective solution.
Alldocube seemed to have dropped support for the cube mix plus, I don’t see the keyboards being sold anywhere (even the tablet itself)
Are there any other alldocube keyboards that work with cube mix plus?
Not sure if it could be a driver issue? I doubt it but maybe something with the keyboard?
I was looking at the bmax y11 or y13 as a replacement but just with the current worldwide situation and with myself being hit really hard for work.
Its just a bit too hard to drop almost any kind of money for a laptop right now.March 31, 2020 at 2:36 pm #182870davidParticipant
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maybe a power problem? often problems like ghost touch are related to bad power chargers…April 2, 2020 at 11:36 am #182878
Although (to date) I never had issues when the keyboard is disconnected but its just very awkward to use cube mix plus that way.
Weird thing is it can go a while with 0 issues but then really acts up as if it is having a seizure.
If it is a power issue in some way, what would be a solution to change charger or what else?
Also if anyone uses a different case with keyboard please let me know
Thanks!April 4, 2020 at 10:27 am #182886davidParticipant
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i once read somebody in other forums that changing charger (and using type-c charger for a while) solved their random problem of ghost touch: don’t know if this could help you. i don’t want to make you waste money buying something that maybe doesn’t solves, but maybe you have a type-c power charger with PD technology for other devices or some friend could borrow and it worth a try…
for the keyboard i can’t help you: i tried ”1 by ONE” bluetooth keyboard that you could find on amazon and it worked well, but if felt too small for me so i switched to the stock one which is bigger.April 5, 2020 at 10:45 am #182894
Unfortunately I use a keysion usb type c charger with pd.
I’ll also have a switch charger which is type c I’ll maybe try that a while and see.
Keyboard like I would’ve been willing to spend a bit if it was a good solution for the cube mix plus, searched a lot but just was not convinced with the ones I saw and they were quite pricey to the point where I would rather figure a way to get a whole new device.May 5, 2020 at 8:40 pm #183023mobby_6klParticipant
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I think I’ve had something similar happen a few times, it seemed that the undocking it from the keyboard for a moment helped calm it down. But this only happened a 2-3 times so I’m not 100% sure.
You might be able to find a replacement keyboard on Ebay but I haven’t seen anything. A simple USB/bluetooth keyboard could be a cheap temporary solution at least.May 11, 2020 at 5:08 pm #183082riceartParticipant
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Those ghost touches are Samsung/Microsoft to blame thing. I have same issue on Surface pro 1 gen. Just turn off touch driver when device is plugged to charger. I can recommend logitech k380.
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