January 28, 2018 at 5:08 pm #77860
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At the moment I’ve got the Teclast F6 Pro powered from the plug into a UK adapter and this into an extension socket because the included cable is too short for my needs.
I’ve now found a few different USB-C chargers offering either 27/30/45 w USB-C to USB-C out and for now I’ve ordered a 30w charger that also has two additional USB ports and comes with both a USB-C to USB-C cable and an additional free USB-A to USB-C cable for £26.99 seems very good value and the brand has good reviews for its over products on Amazon.
I just hope 30w is enough for charging at a good safe speed and once 100% charge it will keep up with demanding tasks and not loose this charge. I don’t plan to charge this daily only when needed.
When I’ve got the charger how do I check the charging rate and the watts used?
It’s sold as 5v3a 9v3a 12v2.25a 15v2a I believe.
The original charger is 12v 2a so I’d think it would jump to 12v2.25a so if this does it will make good use of this.
As for these two extra ports when in use it won’t take away any power from the C port as the plug is total of 45w and c port is 30w dedicated so using those will not be a problem.
I’ve got a cooling stand from cooler master stand so I’ll be using one port to power the fan. It’s only going to use up-to .5a only a fraction of available output.
Is it common for a notebook of this size to charge at two different ends of the casing?February 1, 2018 at 7:43 pm #78197
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I bought on Aliexpress 60w charger Vinsic VSCW507 and he does not want to work for Teclast! I tried charging from usb-c port and also QC3.0 port and laptop did not want to charge! I do not know why … Instead, the mobile or other usb charging the device quickly. I do not know what can be a problem. The charger is rated excellent for Aliexpress …
Attachments:You must be logged in to view attached files.February 2, 2018 at 10:23 am #78266
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It doesn’t look like you ppurchased the right one for the needs.
type c port isn’t 12v or anywhere high enough.
the other ports perhspas are high enough but the type c doesn’t look right.
i just started charing on type c today with a new charger from inateck 30w with two additonbal usb a ports it seems to be very good so far.
Ive charged 10% in 13 minutes battery bar chowing charge rate at 11,574 actually 18 minutes so just under 3 three hours with usage just basic browsing web and emails probabyly even faster without being used sorry about spelling and other others errors i cant see the text for some reason today its white on white don’t know why on this page its only been a problem here.
charge rate fgoes between 11,574 and 15,00 or so 15,574 ive seen it peak at depending n use and brightness but only brieflyFebruary 17, 2018 at 5:33 am #79553
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Being in Oz(-tralia) I got my F6 Pro chargers from Kogan. A 40W type C w/- 12V @ 3A as one of the profiles:
.. and a 20,000mAh type C universal power bank also supporting 12V @ 3A:
.. Kogan source all their stuff from China, but I was unable to find anything elsewhere online that matched the specs, certainly nothing that was Australian standards approved (makes plugging things in at work, etc. less fraught if the device has the “tick of approval”).
Both devices work really well. YMMV wherever you happen to live.February 19, 2018 at 1:58 pm #79596
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This one should although the last review puts a bit of doubt in there, but its got £7.80 off at the moment.
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Delivery-Charger-RAVPower-Desktop-Charging-Black/dp/B078WQ6L69/February 21, 2018 at 5:37 pm #79706
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This charger won’t charge my teclast (it rates 12v 1.5a) https://www.aliexpress.com/item/AIXXCO-3-USB-Charger-Quick-Charge-3-0-30W-Fast-Mobile-Phone-Charger-Quick-Charge-2/32811415605.html?spm=a2g0s.9042311.0.0.cpfLrx
Anyone can suggest charger that works from aliexpress? What charges is Chris using? ( in the review he stated that type-c accepts charge here) ThanksFebruary 22, 2018 at 10:28 am #79713
Lightning deal price this is what I purchased £26.99 at the time came with free USB-C to USB-A cable as well as a USB-C to USB-C charges and manages to keep full 100% charge when fully charged even under heavy loads with gaming. Using BatteryMon to keep a log.
It has one USB A and one USB C port the USB C port has a dedicated 30W out and the USB A shares 15W out.February 27, 2018 at 9:43 pm #102545
i just receive myF6 PRO, and i upgrade the ssd (256 go) and put on a multi boot win10/android 7.1/debian9 and refind to choose the OS at the beginning.
For charge with usbc port, i found a charger ok is sell by LIDL in France. The reference is SILVERCREST SULS 5A1 (18 euros) :
input 100-240 vac 50/60hz. output=3,6 – 6,5vcc 3A , 6,5 – 9vcc 2A , 9 – 12vcc1,5A. 4 exit usb normal and 1usb quick-charge (green) which i connect usb/usb-c F6 pro.
on Linux, windows and android the progress is on the screen. excuse my English i am French.February 28, 2018 at 4:59 pm #107176
What did you use to get Android 7.1 and is it stable / working with tablet function?March 2, 2018 at 9:56 am #116947
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pipolitoto, peut-tu mettre un lien du ssd 256Go ? ainsi savoir la procédure comment le mettre en multi boot ! merciMarch 2, 2018 at 10:40 am #117074
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J’ai la même question que “Seeb”. Peux-tu mètre la procédure pour opérer en multi-boot? Ce serais super de pouvoir opérer Windows et Android 7 sur le F6 Pro.March 2, 2018 at 10:53 am #117094
Can we try to use translate please?March 2, 2018 at 3:31 pm #118254
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Can we try to use translate please?
I was asking “Pipolitoto” to post a how-to/link on how he managed to dual-boot Android7 and Win10 on the F6 Pro.March 2, 2018 at 9:21 pm #120026
Before, i want to tell us that the charger of LIDL is no good, because when you connect it on the screen you see is charging but in fact that is wrong.
After a night charging, the batterie is not charge, is contrary. I think that the charge current is not enough 1,5A instead of 2A.
For the multiboot onF6 i will make an other post because it’s too long .
i paying us attention that is a manipulation for geeks or persons who understand informatic, not for newbee.
The great steps:
1- Copy ssd 128go on a 256 go ssd NGFF M2 2242 with w 10.
2-create a volume (32 go, fat 32) with w10 on the disk after shrink the volume of w10>
3-Download rufus 2.18 and install it on w10.
4-Dowload on the web at android project x86, an stable version of android or CM format iso 64 bits pour windows.
5-prendre une cle usb 16go, prealablement partitionner en GPT.
6-sous w10, avec rufus, creer rendre la cle bootable avec le choix au depart de GPT UEFI (voir les tuto sur Rufus)
6bis-verify in the bios ( during press ESC), and choose in the boot menu that usb key is in the first position in the first boot priority.
7- keep the usb key in the pc and reboot it, a boot loader grub appear whith choice, choose test for try on your pc, if you are ok reboot and choose to install it.
8- install refind under W10 or linux if you install debian or ubuntu.
9- when you reboot you must have refind to choose between the os installed on ths ssd, if not impose in the bios refind in firs position of boot priority.
If you not understand these steps, don’t go on this way, if no is a pleasure to choose your OS at the beginning. when you install android version or CM prefer Aptoide .
endMarch 2, 2018 at 9:38 pm #120126
I am very occupy and i can’t reply quickly, but i try to response.
For the SSD :
Before you use the ssd you must create a partition table in GPT with linux with gparted, or an other program.
the SSDis a :
<h4 class=”product-name” data-spm-anchor-id=”a2g0w.10010108.1000016.i0.4aa0416dTW1snc”>M.2 240 GB 256 GB NGFF SSD HDD M.2 SATA 6 Gb/s Solid State Disk Disque Dur Lecteur 2242 22x42mm Pour Ordinateur Portable Ultrabook Portable</h4>
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