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    Soundwave
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    Android x86_64

    Hello all
    I've tried the android x86_64 version on mine ta100ha (this link https://www.fosshub.com/Android-x86.html ) and i was surprised... it works quite well. A couple of bugs, but it seems that almost everything is working. Any one have tried this?

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    Issues with these stem from the fact it uses a 64-bit cpu & a 32-bit BIOS.
    This is why: https://www.change.org/p/tablet-make...-trail-tablets
    Asus Transformer T100TAM-C1-GM, Atom Z3775, 2GB-RAM, 64GB eMMC, Win8.1-32 updated to Win10-32
    ASUSTeK Computer Inc. -Support- Drivers and Download T100TAM

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    I did a test and I totally agree, it works remarkably well.
    Previously, some tests with RemixOS or PhoenixOS were inconclusive for everyday use.
    After a few tests with AndroidX86 on a USB stick, yesterday I cleaned up a bit to save space and reduce the Windows partition.
    Then I created an EXT4 partition (with the MiniTool partition wizard) and installed Android on it, made some configs and reinstalled my apps.
    For the moment, everything seems to work well. I will continue the experiment
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    I have removed my windows installation and installed android x86-64 on my t100TAM a week ago or so. I wasn't really using my t100TAM anymore and I just wanted to test this..

    I have a problem with the touch screen not working if I have the physical keyboard plugged in. Also when it's not plugged in, and the android enters the sleep mode the touch screen becomes unresponsive and I have to keep the power button down for 10-20 seconds to shut it down to be able to boot it again. Also after setting the sleep mode to start only after 30 minutes... and then not touching the tablet for some 5-10minutes the touch screen didn't react to my touches eventhough the screen didn't go off yet..

    Are these known problems with perhaps other OSes and are there some workarounds?

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    Soundwave
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    I tried out Android x86 on Asus T101HA. Issues were:
    1. No brightness adjustment (always running at highest brightness, thus battery draining quickly)
    2. No Standby (Suspend to RAM or disk), only Suspend to idle (s2idle), thus draining battery quickly (about 50% in 12 hours)
    Ubuntu 19.04 with kernel updated to 5.2.11 did the job for me, all issues fixed there.

 

 

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