Linx 1010 10.1-Inch Tablet - Black (Intel Atom Z3735F 1.33 GHz, 2 GB RAM, 32 GB Storage, WLAN, Bluetooth, Camera, Windows 10) (Renewed)
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If your tablet uses a Kionix accelerometer, that may explain the different behaviour on your device compared to my 1010B using a Goodix device. No, this is not necessary. With older batteries this was the case. Lithium-ion batteries can be charged after use and be taken off the charger when needed.
I did have a few issues, mainly caused by the tablet only having a single micro USB port so the entire install had to be done on battery, which ran out while the installation process said it was configuring software, but on reboot I was amazed to find Fedora was on there and appears to workIf you’re using a non-standard setup, some of the following sections might provide some useful information and code to fix problems you may have. From here on, we assume a reasonable level of knowledge with Linux, disk partitioning etc. Screen Rotation This is what I did to get it to do the grub32 thing. You may want to trim it down a bit and update your “Installing 32-bit Grub after a Botched Install” section. Also, note that update-grub is the command, not grub-update. Restart the tablet without the Live USB inserted, and hopefully you get into your proper installed OS. Manually Install 32-bit Grub (Without chroot)
You’ll also be asked which disk/partition to install GRUB too — just leave this as the default as it won’t work anyway. We’ll fix that later.
With a full-size USB port, the Linx 10V32 lets you connect all your external devices wihtout the need for additional hubs or cables. Whether you need files from your external HDD, prefer to use a mouse when working, or just want to plug in your Windows Xbox controller for a better gaming experience, the Linx 10V32 lets you work and play the way you want to. I have transferred your files inside and now on boot I get the grub rescue file /boot/grub/i386-efi/normal.mod not found.