I have just bought a CHEWI Hi10 Plus (145 euro new - from France) and I have tested it using Minitiounev0.7
All tests have been a success and Minitioune runs well on it.
CPU power needed:
- about 75% receiving MPEG2_SR4000 or SR333_H264
- about 84% receiving a Broadcast station SR22000_Mpeg2
- 100% receiving a broadcast station with H264 HD but seems always fluid
Noel - G8GTZ
I'm not sure whether the later (Linx 10?) tablet - the one that /is/ 'upgradeable' to (or comes configured with ) Win 10 - is the same arrangement, but mine (won't 'upgrade' to Win 10) seems fine. Not sure how it will cope if other stuff is trying to run, too - I haven't go that far, yet, but it was only just over £100 and apart from an annoying habit of shutting down if left 'switched off' and charging, it seems OK for my purposes.
I couldn't find a way to change the frequency but with the default setting 1255Mhz I got a lock on my Portsdown signal with good constellation. At the moment I cant get a picture and a message to say there was no H 246 decoder. I need to get my head round the tablet operating system but things look promising
You can get a keyboard up on the touchscreen by doing a long touch (=right-click) on the taskbar, and then ticking "Show touch keyboard button".
This will put a button in your taskbar and when clicking it you will get a keyboard as shown below. To get the full keyboard with numbers easily available that I use, for some reason you need to select English(US), not English(British) as the keyboard language. This was a bug introduced by the latest Windows 10 update.
So, you can then adjust the MiniTioune settings.
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Many thaks for that helpful information. I will let you knoe how I get on.
In the meantime I have ordered a book on Windows for tablets to try and get myself up to speed. I could take the receiver over to my son G7OKE who I am sure would sort things out easily, but I am snowed in at the moment.
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