YEPO 737A running Jumper EZbook 3 Pro v4 Bios

YEPO 737A running Jumper EZbook 3 Pro v4 Bios

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  • #76290
    Hodin
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    Hi all,

    Currently running latest EZbook 3 Pro v4 Bios on my Yepo 737A with no issues. Original Bios was locked with no options so decided to ask Yepo for a full unlocked bios with no success for a couple of months now, so decided to flash myself the bios with the Jumper bios (v4) that share similar hardware.

    I now have a full unlocked bios. Flashed it with UEFI shell from a dumped bios from this forum and AMI Bios APTIO V tools ^^

    As I suspected, Bios was already configured with different hardwares from motherboard manufacturer and needed only a few tweaks to get all components working (you can choose different touchpads or other hardwares within the bios accordingly to your motherboard components, etc…)

    I installed a Transcend TS128GMTS400S SSD inside with a fresh Windows 10 that is activated from oem Yepo bios keys…

    Will probably tweak the Bios file with a new logo of my own because I got that Jumper one that hurts a few ^^

    I also downloaded all drivers and tools for the 737A to my google drive from different places (very hard to find everything from china and other manufacturers) here : 737A_DRIVERS  (probably most of them working also for the Jumper EZbook 3 pro). The BIOS folder contains tool and bios dumps to flash the original Yepo or Jumper revisions from UEFI Shell (DO IT AT YOUR OWN RISKS !!! If you don’t know what i am talking about, just don’t do it !)

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    Regards ^^

    And sorry for my english, i’m french ^^

     

     

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    #76293
    Hodin
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    Hi all,

    Currently running latest EZbook 3 Pro v4 Bios on my Yepo 737A with no issues. Original Bios was locked with no options so decided to ask Yepo for a full unlocked bios with no success for a couple of months now, so decided to flash myself the bios with the Jumper bios (v4) that share similar hardware.

    I now have a full unlocked bios. Flashed it with EFI shell from a dumped bios from this forum and AMI Bios APTIO V tools ^^

    As I suspected, Bios was already configured with different hardwares from motherboard manufacturer and needed only a few tweaks to get all components working (you can choose different touchpads or other hardwares within the bios accordingly to your motherboard components, etc…)

    I installed a Transcend TS128GMTS400S SSD inside with a fresh Windows 10 that is activated from oem Yepo bios keys…

    Will probably tweak the Bios file with a new logo of my own because I got that Jumper one that hurts a few ^^

    I also downloaded all drivers and tools for the 737A to my google drive from different places (very hard to find everything from china and other manufacturers) here : 737A_DRIVERS

    WARNING WITH BIOS FOLDER : Do it at your own risks… I am not responsible if you don’t know how to flash a bios correctly.

    Regards…

    Sorry for my bad english, I’m french…

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    #76298
    Hodin
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    I post again because my posts are vanishing from here…

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    Hi all,

    Currently running latest EZbook 3 Pro v4 Bios on my Yepo 737A with no issues. Original Bios was locked with no options so decided to ask Yepo for a full unlocked bios with no success for a couple of months now, so decided to flash myself the bios with the Jumper bios (v4) that share similar hardware.

    I now have a full unlocked bios. Flashed it with EFI shell from a dumped bios from this forum and AMI Bios APTIO V tools ^^

    As I suspected, Bios was already configured with different hardwares from motherboard manufacturer and needed only a few tweaks to get all components working (you can choose different touchpads or other hardwares within the bios accordingly to your motherboard components, etc…)

    I installed a Transcend TS128GMTS400S SSD inside with a fresh Windows 10 that is activated from oem Yepo bios keys…

    Will probably tweak the Bios file with a new logo of my own because I got that Jumper one that hurts a few ^^

    I also downloaded all drivers and tools for the 737A to my google drive from different places (very hard to find everything from china and other manufacturers) here : 737A_DRIVERS

    WARNING WITH BIOS FOLDER : Do it at your own risks… Won’t be responsible if you don’t know how to flash a bios file correctly.

     

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    #76352
    joe321
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    Hi Hodin, thx for sharing this very useful  information… I will try to flash my ezbook 3 pro ver 4s (locked bios and laggy keyboard) tomorrow…Btw I had Yepo 737A and it was a really  nice laptop except the battery wasnt as good and plastic build wasnt on the level of the jumper, but it was really cheap…

    #76360
    Hodin
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    Hi Hodin, thx for sharing this very useful information… I will try to flash my ezbook 3 pro ver 4s (locked bios and laggy keyboard) tomorrow…Btw I had Yepo 737A and it was a really nice laptop except the battery wasnt as good and plastic build wasnt on the level of the jumper, but it was really cheap…

    You are welcome ^^ If you need help, PM me for it… I agree, Yepo overall quality is a bit under Jumper but price was more aggressive. I modded my Yepo with copper and NT-H1 thermal paste and disabled PL1.

    I am looking for a Jumper P313R replacement battery on the web, but with no luck for the moment. Cannot find a reseller for it. Will look for chinese factory and if they can sell parts in a few days… Need to find it first ^^

    Regards

    #76390
    juan
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    Hi Hodin, thx for sharing this very useful information… I will try to flash my ezbook 3 pro ver 4s (locked bios and laggy keyboard) tomorrow…Btw I had Yepo 737A and it was a really nice laptop except the battery wasnt as good and plastic build wasnt on the level of the jumper, but it was really cheap…

     

    Really interesting post.  Joe which version its your Jumper?

    #76391
    juan
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    Hi all, Currently running latest EZbook 3 Pro v4 Bios on my Yepo 737A with no issues. Original Bios was locked with no options so decided to ask Yepo for a full unlocked bios with no success for a couple of months now, so decided to flash myself the bios with the Jumper bios (v4) that share similar hardware. I now have a full unlocked bios. Flashed it with UEFI shell from a dumped bios from this forum and AMI Bios APTIO V tools ^^ As I suspected, Bios was already configured with different hardwares from motherboard manufacturer and needed only a few tweaks to get all components working (you can choose different touchpads or other hardwares within the bios accordingly to your motherboard components, etc…) I installed a Transcend TS128GMTS400S SSD inside with a fresh Windows 10 that is activated from oem Yepo bios keys… Will probably tweak the Bios file with a new logo of my own because I got that Jumper one that hurts a few ^^ I also downloaded all drivers and tools for the 737A to my google drive from different places (very hard to find everything from china and other manufacturers) here : 737A_DRIVERS (probably most of them working also for the Jumper EZbook 3 pro). The BIOS folder contains tool and bios dumps to flash the original Yepo or Jumper revisions from UEFI Shell (DO IT AT YOUR OWN RISKS !!! If you don’t know what i am talking about, just don’t do it !) Picture1 Picture2 Regards ^^ And sorry for my english, i’m french ^^

     

    Dont understand where you find the dumped bios.

    #76401
    joe321
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    • Posts: 45

    Today I sold my jumper so no flashing  report from me. But will probably order another one… 🙂

    #77050
    Juha Pirinen
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    • Posts: 68

    Have to ask before I do anything…

    I have V4.5 ezbook 3 pro, so it has this very annoying keyboard lag, and no power limit settings.

    And this “jumper.rom” is from the V4? So no keyboard lag? So I can flash it and my keyboard problems are gone and power limit setting as a bonus.

     

    EDIT: now I’m confused, which one is the right for my ezbook, jumper.rom or the other one?

    #77056
    Moe
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    • Posts: 25

    Did anybody flash the unlocked Bios to an ezbook pro 3 V5 yet and can report?

    #77086
    labik
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    @Holdin, is it possible to make a one file BIOS to Yepo 737A (includes all driver hardware to 737a) with core from EZbook 3 Pro v4?

    If not, could you make tutorial how to reflash yepo bios to  bios from EZbook 3 Pro v4 + how to install all needed hardware drivers?

    #77140
    Hodin
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    @Holdin, is it possible to make a one file BIOS to Yepo 737A (includes all driver hardware to 737a) with core from EZbook 3 Pro v4? If not, could you make tutorial how to reflash yepo bios to bios from EZbook 3 Pro v4 + how to install all needed hardware drivers?

    Look at my 737A_DRIVERS folder… All is there… BIOS + drivers…

    #77141
    Hodin
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    Have to ask before I do anything… I have V4.5 ezbook 3 pro, so it has this very annoying keyboard lag, and no power limit settings. And this “jumper.rom” is from the V4? So no keyboard lag? So I can flash it and my keyboard problems are gone and power limit setting as a bonus. EDIT: now I’m confused, which one is the right for my ezbook, jumper.rom or the other one?

    If your bios is starting with “JUMPER10x.P8.WP313R” , you can flash the bios in my drive folder… jumper.rom is the same but just renamed to have less typo when flashing…

    #77333
    bernd1
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    EZBook 3 Pro v4 and Yepo 737A V4 have the same EMMC: SanDisk DF4064 EMMC

    Both Notebooks come from the same productline. Both have identical BIOS No. in the newest versions. YEPO Bios is open.

    If there is any different, it could be the camera. In some forums I read about 1M resolution EZBOOK 3 and 0.3 M resolution YEPO 737A.

    I never had a keyboard lag. With my YEPO, from Gearbest, I am fully satisfied.

     

     

    #77424
    JesDoias
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    Which notebook has better battery? Yepo 737a or ezbook 3 pro?

    EDIT: nvm, i found that yepo has 8000mah 3.7V and ezbook has 9600mah 3.7v which is 20% bigger.

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