General :: Zync Z930 Realtek WiFi Driver And Battery
Jan 21, 2013
I have disassembled my Z930 Tab.I found that my WiFi chip is from RealTek (8188CTV or 8188CIV, Can't make out the model name, too small) whereas my tab has some HTC port rom which has the driver for Broadcom's chipset. I found the driver, its RTL8188CUS. But I don't know how to compile it for Android. uninstall Broadcomm's driver and install RealTek's. My custom ROM is running on JB.
I recently bought Zync Z930 7" Android tablet. Everything is working fine, except for the WiFi. My router is Belkin G Wireless 40961F. The tablet finds the WiFi and connects to it and works flawlessly. But as soon as I move to upstairs, the connection is lost and it says Wifi Not in Range. I tried changing the pass from WPA to WEP and finally no password at all. Now the connection stays for more time. I tried putting "Keep On Wifi " to " Never (increases data usage) " . The connection says " Good Signal Strength ", but it keeps flashing between "Connecting " and "saved" .
Do I need to contact the vendor ? as I bought it from Ebay, I need to return it ASAP if its a hardware problem. BtW, it says the tab runs on a custom ROM.
I have a device labelled Superpad VI. everything was okay but when i tried firmware update, its wifi stopped working and started giving "error" when i try to turn it on. Now I have just figured out that the original superpad VI has ralink wifi chipset whereas this device has realtek rtl8188cus chipset. so when i try to install superpad VI firmware, everything else works but wifi doesn't. Now how do I need to install the drivers for wifi? I have found the Linux/Android drivers from Realtek website but they need to be compiled. I know nothing about compiling/programming and Linux itself.
The un-compiled drivers can be found here (under rtl8188cus) [URL] ....
The WiFi on my Nexus 7, 4.4.2. Tablet is acting strange lately. It will randomly disconnect from the current internet connection, and delete the entire WiFi password/login history. I have to fill in the password again for it to work again. Restarting my device didn't solve the problem, and WiFi optimization is unticked.
Will toggling Wi-Fi on and off drain your battery? I'm asking this because I read:
Essentially, you want your Wi-Fi sleep policy to be "Never" because when the Wi-Fi sleep policy is "Always," your phone searches for Wi-Fi more often and that drains battery (I think that's what it is saying).
At the moment, I toggle the W-Fi on every time I'm using it and off as soon as I'm done using it in an attempt to save battery. I'm not sure if this actually works or it's actually draining my battery because it would search for Wi-Fi every time I toggle it on.
On my Samsung Galaxy S4, I can't find Wi-Fi sleep policy as mentioned in the article, but I found "Keep Wi-Fi on during sleep." Am I supposed to set this setting as "Always" to save battery life?
I toggle Air View and Smart Gestures on a frequent basis as well--not sure if I should do that too.
In case anyone else is having problems getting their Incredible to connect, the easiest way I found to install the USB drivers are with the HTC sync program here: http://member.america.htc.com/download/Driver/DROID_INCREDIBLE_Verizon/HTC_Sync_2.0.33.exe The google SDK driver doesn't yet work with the Incredible, and though it can be hacked - this download might be easier for some.
I have bought S3 i9300 few days ago.Its updated to Android 4,.1 and it is rooted.Screen uses more than 50% of battery but the brightness is at low.I am facing is the WiFi connectivity , when I disconnect the WiFi it remains as and does not work at all.I think the WiFi problem is due to old kernal but I don't know how to update Kernal ?
how to change the icon of its battery, WiFi and signal bar. I was able to successfully root the phone..I wanted the phone to look original by changing those icons. Even if i try to apply different themes those icons wont change. And another problem is Phone Coverage Signal weak or lost, another phone can receive 50% or full coverage signal.
Picked up a Maxwest Orbit Z50, overall it is a solid off brand phone, but I have hit a wall trying to find USB drivers for it. The VID is 24E3 and PID is 9025. The phone has a Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8625Q Processor. Trying to get the drivers to see if any of the root methods out there will work.
i wanted to start android development on a real, but not too expensive device. URL....The manufactorer is CUBE:URL>....It works fine and i wanted to connect it to my PC, running windows 7.The problem is: I could not find any usb driver on the (chinese) manufactorer site.
In the device manager the device was listed as "K8GT_W" and marked with "no driver installed".if there is a driver for this device or how to use some "generic" usb device driver with this device?
I downloaded the google USB driver with the android SDK manager.The i selected "update driver" from the device maanger + selected the google usb driver download directory.This shows the message "K8GT_W could not be installed".
I am porting the Sony Tablet S ROM (Honeycomb) to my Toshiba Thrive. I got most things working but I cannot get the damn wifi working. Logcat says "Unable to load wifi driver". Kernel is 18.104.22.168.
Typically this is a kernel / wifi module issue but I am using the same kernel/module that I use with all other ROMs I make and it works fine. I've copied over all wifi libs, wpa configs, etc but I'm at a loss. This is the biggy that is keeping me from releasing this ROM.
I've just got a Eken T01 Tablet bit of a bargain to be honest :) Anyway.....
I would like to add a usb gps driver to it. Now from what I understand I need a few things.
1. USB Host
2. USB Linux Drivers
I have all three and the driver is a PL-2303 USB to Serial Driver. From what I can gather I need to put these c. files into a specific folder on my tablet and then edit a couple of files to load these drivers on startup ?
Am I going down the right root ? or completely off the mark ?
I've tried to do alot of reading but not getting far really because most tablets either have built in gps or they dont normally have a host usb port.
Linux Kernel 2.4.31 and above already includes built-in drivers for PL-2303H, PL-2303XA/HXA and PL-2303HXD. NOTE: Google Android OS is also based on Linux kernel so it also supports PL2303.
does that mean it already has a driver installed and I'm just missing something ? How would I check ?
I have the following problem with an android tablet (ainol captain).For the moment I am using a stock firmware (fw A) where almost everything works good except for the battery.On another newer stock firmware (fw B) almost everything works good except for the sound when the headset is plugged in.
I tried installing Pimpmyrom in which you can install an 'enchancing' sound driver but it didnt work. The sound did get a bit better. I also tried viper4androidFX with the same 'a bit better' result. I dont think this is a hardware problem since sound works fine one fw A.Is it possible to backup the sound driver and/or settings from fw A and install these on fw B?
Videocon A15 little RAM makes trouble for me. So I want to root my phone to use it in a better way, but I have tired by finding usb driver for videocon a15. But I can't find any usb driver. So I want to know how do I install usb driver for this handset?
I have a BLU Quattro 4.5 android device and when I try to connect via USB Debug mode and run ADB Device it will not find my phone. I have searched high and low in order to locate the driver with no luck. The generic USB driver from google won't even work. I have even run emulator from the phone and when I type: pm set-install-location 2, it comes back with Killed and then back to command prompt. When I type: pm get-install-location it comes back as 0[auto]. My phones main memory is 1 gb and 1.5 internal usb memory. With all of the main system apps updated on the main drive, the phone cannot handle ANY other apps, even when I put apps on the usb memory it is very sluggish. I am trying to install and run all of the apps from the external sd card and just have the system apps running on the main disk. I would also like finding the driver needed to access the phone in ADB.
BLU Quattro 4.5" 4 GB Internal Memory( Broken up to 1 GB Main, 1.5 GB USB Storage, and not sure where the other .5 GB went.) 1 GB Ram NVIDIA Tegra 1.5 GHZ Quad Core 16 GB Class 10 Micro SD Card Android 4.0.4 ICS Unlocked Running Straight Talk/T-Mobile Sim
Somehow I managed to get my PC to only recognize ROMaster ADB drivers only; but it doesn't work properly with ADB commands on my computer. I would like to revert it back to only detecting "normal" adb devices.
I believe I had install ROMaster Setup previously for data recovery purposes but have it uninstalled since.
I have tried to reinstall ROMaster Setup and uninstall it. Run Ccleaner and clean up the registry, uninstall and reinstall Google SDK (USB Drivers).
I have tried to manually select driver to install but only two ROMaster selection appears.
I have a tablet and its a clone of momo9-3s .The original firmware i have do a backup, and i have installed a firmware from a momo 9 site. Now the tablet go good, but I dont Have the sensors of accelerometer and the pshical button dont are right ( example: volume + for tablet is back button ) .Now, I can solve ??For example exist one file of original firmware that I copy on the actual firmware?
Micromax does not provide any drivers for its phone - Micromax ninja a89. We are trying to use the phone for development and are unable to install device driver in windows 8.
We tried the adb drivers at - [URL] and got the error - Windows found driver software for your device but encountered an error when trying to install it. Android ADB INterface- The system cannot find the file specified.
We even tried this link - [URL] But that does not solve the problem. How do we install adb driver for micromax a89? Is there any other workaround to use the phone as a development device?