Discussion:
Audio and Wi-fi not working on Asus Transformer Book Mini T103HAF
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Ric-82
2018-08-23 21:01:41 UTC
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Hi,

I've tested out the Android Oreo RC1 buil on my Asus Transformer Book Mini
T103HAF, but I cannot use the wi-fi (the switch is locked on the "off"
setting) and I hear no sounds.

I've tried other builds too, like android-x86_64-7.1-r2, cm-x86_64-14.1-r2
and android-x86_64-6.0-r3 but those issues are still there.


These are some specs of my T103HAF:

Intel® Atom x5-Z8350 1,44 GHz Quad-Core Processor
4 GB LPDDR3 1600MHz SDRAM Onboard Memory
Integrated Intel HD Graphics
Intel SST Audio Device (WDM)
Qualcomm Atheros QCA9377 Wireless Network Adapter
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youling 257
2018-08-23 23:53:28 UTC
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check t103haf acpi id under windows

Conexant I2S Audio Codec
ACPI\VEN_14F1&DEV_0720&SUBSYS_10431C60
ACPI\14F10720
*14F10720
Intel SST Audio Device (WDM)
ACPI\VEN_8086&DEV_22A8&SUBSYS_10431C60
ACPI\808622A8
*808622A8

https://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=115531
圚 2018幎8月24日星期五 UTC+8䞊午5:01:41Ric-82写道
Post by Ric-82
Hi,
I've tested out the Android Oreo RC1 buil on my Asus Transformer Book Mini
T103HAF, but I cannot use the wi-fi (the switch is locked on the "off"
setting) and I hear no sounds.
I've tried other builds too, like android-x86_64-7.1-r2, cm-x86_64-14.1-r2
and android-x86_64-6.0-r3 but those issues are still there.
Intel® Atom x5-Z8350 1,44 GHz Quad-Core Processor
4 GB LPDDR3 1600MHz SDRAM Onboard Memory
Integrated Intel HD Graphics
Intel SST Audio Device (WDM)
Qualcomm Atheros QCA9377 Wireless Network Adapter
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Ric-82
2018-08-24 12:14:33 UTC
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Hello,

These are the hardware ID o I see under Windows:

Conexant I2S Audio Codec
ACPI\VEN_14F1&DEV_0720&SUBSYS_10431C60
ACPI\14F10720
*14F10720

Intel SST Audio Device (WDM)
ACPI\VEN_8086&DEV_22A8&SUBSYS_10431C60
ACPI\808622A8
*808622A8

Qualcomm Atheros QCA9377 Wireless Network Adapter
PCI\VEN_168C&DEV_0042&SUBSYS_2A511A3B&REV_31
PCI\VEN_168C&DEV_0042&SUBSYS_2A511A3B
PCI\VEN_168C&DEV_0042&CC_028000
PCI\VEN_168C&DEV_0042&CC_0280
Post by Ric-82
Hi,
I've tested out the Android Oreo RC1 buil on my Asus Transformer Book Mini
T103HAF, but I cannot use the wi-fi (the switch is locked on the "off"
setting) and I hear no sounds.
I've tried other builds too, like android-x86_64-7.1-r2, cm-x86_64-14.1-r2
and android-x86_64-6.0-r3 but those issues are still there.
Intel® Atom x5-Z8350 1,44 GHz Quad-Core Processor
4 GB LPDDR3 1600MHz SDRAM Onboard Memory
Integrated Intel HD Graphics
Intel SST Audio Device (WDM)
Qualcomm Atheros QCA9377 Wireless Network Adapter
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youling 257
2018-08-24 13:32:19 UTC
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same hardware with
e200hahttps://wiki.debian.org/InstallingDebianOn/Asus/E200HA
https://github.com/heikomat/linux/tree/cx2072x/cx2072x_fixes_and_manual

圚 2018幎8月24日星期五 UTC+8䞋午8:14:33Ric-82写道
Post by Ric-82
Hello,
Conexant I2S Audio Codec
ACPI\VEN_14F1&DEV_0720&SUBSYS_10431C60
ACPI\14F10720
*14F10720
Intel SST Audio Device (WDM)
ACPI\VEN_8086&DEV_22A8&SUBSYS_10431C60
ACPI\808622A8
*808622A8
Qualcomm Atheros QCA9377 Wireless Network Adapter
PCI\VEN_168C&DEV_0042&SUBSYS_2A511A3B&REV_31
PCI\VEN_168C&DEV_0042&SUBSYS_2A511A3B
PCI\VEN_168C&DEV_0042&CC_028000
PCI\VEN_168C&DEV_0042&CC_0280
Post by Ric-82
Hi,
I've tested out the Android Oreo RC1 buil on my Asus Transformer Book
Mini T103HAF, but I cannot use the wi-fi (the switch is locked on the "off"
setting) and I hear no sounds.
I've tried other builds too, like android-x86_64-7.1-r2,
cm-x86_64-14.1-r2 and android-x86_64-6.0-r3 but those issues are still
there.
Intel® Atom x5-Z8350 1,44 GHz Quad-Core Processor
4 GB LPDDR3 1600MHz SDRAM Onboard Memory
Integrated Intel HD Graphics
Intel SST Audio Device (WDM)
Qualcomm Atheros QCA9377 Wireless Network Adapter
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Ric-82
2018-09-02 13:11:44 UTC
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Hello again,

Just out of curiosity: I noticed on http://www.android-x86.org/download
this build "android-x86-4.0-r1.1-asus_laptop.iso" that refers specifically
to Asus Laptops/Tablets.

Do you think it'll solve those sound/wi-fi issue I found on my T103HAF Asus
2-in-1?

I tried to put the android-x86-4.0-r1.1-asus_laptop.iso on a bootable USB -
as I did with Android-x86 8.1-rc1 (Oreo-x86) build I installed succesfull
on my Asus - but for some reason this iso for Asus laptop won't at boot at
Bios.
same hardware with e200ha
https://wiki.debian.org/InstallingDebianOn/Asus/E200HA
https://github.com/heikomat/linux/tree/cx2072x/cx2072x_fixes_and_manual
圚 2018幎8月24日星期五 UTC+8䞋午8:14:33Ric-82写道
Post by Ric-82
Hello,
Conexant I2S Audio Codec
ACPI\VEN_14F1&DEV_0720&SUBSYS_10431C60
ACPI\14F10720
*14F10720
Intel SST Audio Device (WDM)
ACPI\VEN_8086&DEV_22A8&SUBSYS_10431C60
ACPI\808622A8
*808622A8
Qualcomm Atheros QCA9377 Wireless Network Adapter
PCI\VEN_168C&DEV_0042&SUBSYS_2A511A3B&REV_31
PCI\VEN_168C&DEV_0042&SUBSYS_2A511A3B
PCI\VEN_168C&DEV_0042&CC_028000
PCI\VEN_168C&DEV_0042&CC_0280
Post by Ric-82
Hi,
I've tested out the Android Oreo RC1 buil on my Asus Transformer Book
Mini T103HAF, but I cannot use the wi-fi (the switch is locked on the "off"
setting) and I hear no sounds.
I've tried other builds too, like android-x86_64-7.1-r2,
cm-x86_64-14.1-r2 and android-x86_64-6.0-r3 but those issues are still
there.
Intel® Atom x5-Z8350 1,44 GHz Quad-Core Processor
4 GB LPDDR3 1600MHz SDRAM Onboard Memory
Integrated Intel HD Graphics
Intel SST Audio Device (WDM)
Qualcomm Atheros QCA9377 Wireless Network Adapter
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Ric-82
2018-09-02 13:14:19 UTC
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Hello again,

Just out of curiosity: I noticed on http://www.android-x86.org/download
this build "android-x86-4.0-r1.1-asus_laptop.iso" that refers specifically
to Asus Laptops/Tablets.

Do you think it'll solve those sound/wi-fi issue I found on my T103HAF Asus
2-in-1?

I tried to put the android-x86-4.0-r1.1-asus_laptop.iso on a bootable USB -
as I did with Android-x86 8.1-rc1 (Oreo-x86) build I installed succesfull
on my Asus - but for some reason this iso for Asus laptop won't boot.
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youling 257
2018-09-02 14:02:04 UTC
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why you think the long ago 4.0-asus_laptop will support all the past and
future asus tablet hardware .

圚 2018幎9月2日星期日 UTC+8䞋午9:14:19Ric-82写道
Post by Ric-82
Hello again,
Just out of curiosity: I noticed on http://www.android-x86.org/download
this build "android-x86-4.0-r1.1-asus_laptop.iso" that refers specifically
to Asus Laptops/Tablets.
Do you think it'll solve those sound/wi-fi issue I found on my T103HAF
Asus 2-in-1?
I tried to put the android-x86-4.0-r1.1-asus_laptop.iso on a bootable USB
- as I did with Android-x86 8.1-rc1 (Oreo-x86) build I installed succesfull
on my Asus - but for some reason this iso for Asus laptop won't boot.
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Ric-82
2018-09-02 14:31:16 UTC
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Well, I did not know
 that's why I asked :)

The build is dated Oct 23, 2017, though (so, it's not that old: same age of
my Asus 2-in-1, more or less), so I was hoping that would be fine for that
hardware.

It's a shame Asus laptops have this comaptibility issue with AndroidX86,
because - as far I can see on my Mini Transformer Book - the Android
experience is very smooth (issues aside, of course).
Post by youling 257
why you think the long ago 4.0-asus_laptop will support all the past and
future asus tablet hardware .
圚 2018幎9月2日星期日 UTC+8䞋午9:14:19Ric-82写道
Post by Ric-82
Hello again,
Just out of curiosity: I noticed on http://www.android-x86.org/download
<http://www.google.com/url?q=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.android-x86.org%2Fdownload&sa=D&sntz=1&usg=AFQjCNHfz3SzGiMvUCm-_Pju0-bC13an4Q>
this build "android-x86-4.0-r1.1-asus_laptop.iso" that refers specifically
to Asus Laptops/Tablets.
Do you think it'll solve those sound/wi-fi issue I found on my T103HAF
Asus 2-in-1?
I tried to put the android-x86-4.0-r1.1-asus_laptop.iso on a bootable USB
- as I did with Android-x86 8.1-rc1 (Oreo-x86) build I installed succesfull
on my Asus - but for some reason this iso for Asus laptop won't boot.
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youling 257
2018-09-02 15:16:58 UTC
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android-x86-4.0-r1.1-asus_laptop.iso Android-x86 4.0-r1.1 live and
installation iso Featured Type-Installer android-x86 ics-x86 livecd Jun 30,
2013 178MB

Install Android -x86-4.0-r1.1-asus_laptop On VirtualBox
TheFachry1907
YouTube - Dec 7, 2013

圚 2018幎9月2日星期日 UTC+8䞋午10:31:16Ric-82写道
Post by Ric-82
Well, I did not know
 that's why I asked :)
The build is dated Oct 23, 2017, though (so, it's not that old: same age
of my Asus 2-in-1, more or less), so I was hoping that would be fine for
that hardware.
It's a shame Asus laptops have this comaptibility issue with AndroidX86,
because - as far I can see on my Mini Transformer Book - the Android
experience is very smooth (issues aside, of course).
Post by youling 257
why you think the long ago 4.0-asus_laptop will support all the past and
future asus tablet hardware .
圚 2018幎9月2日星期日 UTC+8䞋午9:14:19Ric-82写道
Post by Ric-82
Hello again,
Just out of curiosity: I noticed on http://www.android-x86.org/download
<http://www.google.com/url?q=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.android-x86.org%2Fdownload&sa=D&sntz=1&usg=AFQjCNHfz3SzGiMvUCm-_Pju0-bC13an4Q>
this build "android-x86-4.0-r1.1-asus_laptop.iso" that refers specifically
to Asus Laptops/Tablets.
Do you think it'll solve those sound/wi-fi issue I found on my T103HAF
Asus 2-in-1?
I tried to put the android-x86-4.0-r1.1-asus_laptop.iso on a bootable
USB - as I did with Android-x86 8.1-rc1 (Oreo-x86) build I installed
succesfull on my Asus - but for some reason this iso for Asus laptop won't
boot.
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'Christian' via Android-x86
2018-09-03 03:40:52 UTC
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youling 257 I do not understand why you answer the people and then tell
them things they do not know how to use. I suspect that very few here are
developers.
Post by youling 257
android-x86-4.0-r1.1-asus_laptop.iso Android-x86 4.0-r1.1 live and
installation iso Featured Type-Installer android-x86 ics-x86 livecd Jun 30,
2013 178MB
Install Android -x86-4.0-r1.1-asus_laptop On VirtualBox
TheFachry1907
YouTube - Dec 7, 2013
圚 2018幎9月2日星期日 UTC+8䞋午10:31:16Ric-82写道
Post by Ric-82
Well, I did not know
 that's why I asked :)
The build is dated Oct 23, 2017, though (so, it's not that old: same age
of my Asus 2-in-1, more or less), so I was hoping that would be fine for
that hardware.
It's a shame Asus laptops have this comaptibility issue with AndroidX86,
because - as far I can see on my Mini Transformer Book - the Android
experience is very smooth (issues aside, of course).
Post by youling 257
why you think the long ago 4.0-asus_laptop will support all the past and
future asus tablet hardware .
圚 2018幎9月2日星期日 UTC+8䞋午9:14:19Ric-82写道
Post by Ric-82
Hello again,
Just out of curiosity: I noticed on http://www.android-x86.org/download
<http://www.google.com/url?q=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.android-x86.org%2Fdownload&sa=D&sntz=1&usg=AFQjCNHfz3SzGiMvUCm-_Pju0-bC13an4Q>
this build "android-x86-4.0-r1.1-asus_laptop.iso" that refers specifically
to Asus Laptops/Tablets.
Do you think it'll solve those sound/wi-fi issue I found on my T103HAF
Asus 2-in-1?
I tried to put the android-x86-4.0-r1.1-asus_laptop.iso on a bootable
USB - as I did with Android-x86 8.1-rc1 (Oreo-x86) build I installed
succesfull on my Asus - but for some reason this iso for Asus laptop won't
boot.
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youling 257
2018-09-03 06:36:18 UTC
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https://github.com/heikomat/linux/commits/cx2072x/sound/soc/intel/boards/cht_cx2072x.c
https://github.com/heikomat/linux/commits/cx2072x/sound/soc/codecs/cx2072x.c

圚 2018幎8月24日星期五 UTC+8䞋午9:32:20youling 257写道
same hardware with e200ha
https://wiki.debian.org/InstallingDebianOn/Asus/E200HA
https://github.com/heikomat/linux/tree/cx2072x/cx2072x_fixes_and_manual
圚 2018幎8月24日星期五 UTC+8䞋午8:14:33Ric-82写道
Post by Ric-82
Hello,
Conexant I2S Audio Codec
ACPI\VEN_14F1&DEV_0720&SUBSYS_10431C60
ACPI\14F10720
*14F10720
Intel SST Audio Device (WDM)
ACPI\VEN_8086&DEV_22A8&SUBSYS_10431C60
ACPI\808622A8
*808622A8
Qualcomm Atheros QCA9377 Wireless Network Adapter
PCI\VEN_168C&DEV_0042&SUBSYS_2A511A3B&REV_31
PCI\VEN_168C&DEV_0042&SUBSYS_2A511A3B
PCI\VEN_168C&DEV_0042&CC_028000
PCI\VEN_168C&DEV_0042&CC_0280
Post by Ric-82
Hi,
I've tested out the Android Oreo RC1 buil on my Asus Transformer Book
Mini T103HAF, but I cannot use the wi-fi (the switch is locked on the "off"
setting) and I hear no sounds.
I've tried other builds too, like android-x86_64-7.1-r2,
cm-x86_64-14.1-r2 and android-x86_64-6.0-r3 but those issues are still
there.
Intel® Atom x5-Z8350 1,44 GHz Quad-Core Processor
4 GB LPDDR3 1600MHz SDRAM Onboard Memory
Integrated Intel HD Graphics
Intel SST Audio Device (WDM)
Qualcomm Atheros QCA9377 Wireless Network Adapter
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Ric-82
2018-08-24 14:43:13 UTC
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Thanks for the quick reply and assistance.

Unfortunately, this is all too technical for me and I really don't know how
to fix this on my own.

I just hope I'll find an Androidx86 build already optimized for Asus
tablet, someday.


Thanks again.
Post by Ric-82
Hi,
I've tested out the Android Oreo RC1 buil on my Asus Transformer Book Mini
T103HAF, but I cannot use the wi-fi (the switch is locked on the "off"
setting) and I hear no sounds.
I've tried other builds too, like android-x86_64-7.1-r2, cm-x86_64-14.1-r2
and android-x86_64-6.0-r3 but those issues are still there.
Intel® Atom x5-Z8350 1,44 GHz Quad-Core Processor
4 GB LPDDR3 1600MHz SDRAM Onboard Memory
Integrated Intel HD Graphics
Intel SST Audio Device (WDM)
Qualcomm Atheros QCA9377 Wireless Network Adapter
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d***@live.com
2018-09-03 22:07:14 UTC
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This is a similar problem on Asus T102HA as well actually, and from what I
see in this group there's no solution. Some reported the CM version works,
but when I installed it, it wouldn't boot up. Would try again soon to see
if I can get this resolved.
Post by Ric-82
Hi,
I've tested out the Android Oreo RC1 buil on my Asus Transformer Book Mini
T103HAF, but I cannot use the wi-fi (the switch is locked on the "off"
setting) and I hear no sounds.
I've tried other builds too, like android-x86_64-7.1-r2, cm-x86_64-14.1-r2
and android-x86_64-6.0-r3 but those issues are still there.
Intel® Atom x5-Z8350 1,44 GHz Quad-Core Processor
4 GB LPDDR3 1600MHz SDRAM Onboard Memory
Integrated Intel HD Graphics
Intel SST Audio Device (WDM)
Qualcomm Atheros QCA9377 Wireless Network Adapter
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Ric-82
2018-09-03 23:15:08 UTC
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Yeah, I've heard of the CM version and I tried it, but still no wi-fi/sound
for me.

I tried Phoenix OS too, and the wi-fi was on. However I was not satisfied
with the overall Phoenix experience (I need a touch-friendly interface on
my android partiton: for desktop use I'll just boot on Windows), so for now
I got back to Android-x86 8.1-rc1, even if it means I need to use my
smarthpone as modem via USB tethering.
Post by d***@live.com
This is a similar problem on Asus T102HA as well actually, and from what I
see in this group there's no solution. Some reported the CM version works,
but when I installed it, it wouldn't boot up. Would try again soon to see
if I can get this resolved.
Post by Ric-82
Hi,
I've tested out the Android Oreo RC1 buil on my Asus Transformer Book
Mini T103HAF, but I cannot use the wi-fi (the switch is locked on the "off"
setting) and I hear no sounds.
I've tried other builds too, like android-x86_64-7.1-r2,
cm-x86_64-14.1-r2 and android-x86_64-6.0-r3 but those issues are still
there.
Intel® Atom x5-Z8350 1,44 GHz Quad-Core Processor
4 GB LPDDR3 1600MHz SDRAM Onboard Memory
Integrated Intel HD Graphics
Intel SST Audio Device (WDM)
Qualcomm Atheros QCA9377 Wireless Network Adapter
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Ric-82
2018-09-30 14:10:36 UTC
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Has anyone here ever managed to solve this audio/wi-fi issues on Asus
devices like the T103HAF or E200HA?

I mean, has anyone ever made a custom .ISO with the proper drivers for this
products?
Post by Ric-82
Yeah, I've heard of the CM version and I tried it, but still no
wi-fi/sound for me.
I tried Phoenix OS too, and the wi-fi was on. However I was not satisfied
with the overall Phoenix experience (I need a touch-friendly interface on
my android partiton: for desktop use I'll just boot on Windows), so for now
I got back to Android-x86 8.1-rc1, even if it means I need to use my
smarthpone as modem via USB tethering.
Post by d***@live.com
This is a similar problem on Asus T102HA as well actually, and from what
I see in this group there's no solution. Some reported the CM version
works, but when I installed it, it wouldn't boot up. Would try again soon
to see if I can get this resolved.
Post by Ric-82
Hi,
I've tested out the Android Oreo RC1 buil on my Asus Transformer Book
Mini T103HAF, but I cannot use the wi-fi (the switch is locked on the "off"
setting) and I hear no sounds.
I've tried other builds too, like android-x86_64-7.1-r2,
cm-x86_64-14.1-r2 and android-x86_64-6.0-r3 but those issues are still
there.
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Robin Lesewick
2018-10-01 15:53:22 UTC
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I too would be very interested in this, as I have an Asus 102HA and WiFi
wasn't working.

Side note, what I noticed worked the best was the android-x86-6.0-r3
version, not the 64bit. Seemed to work best and wifi worked (buggy at
first), however the game I wanted to play couldn't install so the newer
version of Android with WiFi working is what I'm hoping for.
Post by Ric-82
Has anyone here ever managed to solve this audio/wi-fi issues on Asus
devices like the T103HAF or E200HA?
I mean, has anyone ever made a custom .ISO with the proper drivers for
this products?
Post by Ric-82
Yeah, I've heard of the CM version and I tried it, but still no
wi-fi/sound for me.
I tried Phoenix OS too, and the wi-fi was on. However I was not satisfied
with the overall Phoenix experience (I need a touch-friendly interface on
my android partiton: for desktop use I'll just boot on Windows), so for now
I got back to Android-x86 8.1-rc1, even if it means I need to use my
smarthpone as modem via USB tethering.
Post by d***@live.com
This is a similar problem on Asus T102HA as well actually, and from what
I see in this group there's no solution. Some reported the CM version
works, but when I installed it, it wouldn't boot up. Would try again soon
to see if I can get this resolved.
Post by Ric-82
Hi,
I've tested out the Android Oreo RC1 buil on my Asus Transformer Book
Mini T103HAF, but I cannot use the wi-fi (the switch is locked on the "off"
setting) and I hear no sounds.
I've tried other builds too, like android-x86_64-7.1-r2,
cm-x86_64-14.1-r2 and android-x86_64-6.0-r3 but those issues are still
there.
Intel® Atom x5-Z8350 1,44 GHz Quad-Core Processor
4 GB LPDDR3 1600MHz SDRAM Onboard Memory
Integrated Intel HD Graphics
Intel SST Audio Device (WDM)
Qualcomm Atheros QCA9377 Wireless Network Adapter
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Ric-82
2018-11-02 10:23:12 UTC
Permalink
I'm trying Android-x86 8.1-rc2 on my Asus T103HAF and it seems the Wi-Fi is
working fine, now!

Now we have atoher issues:

1) Ther's no sound at all.
2) Many apps keep crashing at launch and are 100% useless. I'm not talking
about 3D games or something: I can't even start the Kindle app.


Any suggestion?


P.S.
I'm trying Android-x86 8.1-rc2 32-bit version, at the moment.
Post by Robin Lesewick
I too would be very interested in this, as I have an Asus 102HA and WiFi
wasn't working.
Side note, what I noticed worked the best was the android-x86-6.0-r3
version, not the 64bit. Seemed to work best and wifi worked (buggy at
first), however the game I wanted to play couldn't install so the newer
version of Android with WiFi working is what I'm hoping for.
Post by Ric-82
Has anyone here ever managed to solve this audio/wi-fi issues on Asus
devices like the T103HAF or E200HA?
I mean, has anyone ever made a custom .ISO with the proper drivers for
this products?
Post by Ric-82
Yeah, I've heard of the CM version and I tried it, but still no
wi-fi/sound for me.
I tried Phoenix OS too, and the wi-fi was on. However I was not
satisfied with the overall Phoenix experience (I need a touch-friendly
interface on my android partiton: for desktop use I'll just boot on
Windows), so for now I got back to Android-x86 8.1-rc1, even if it means I
need to use my smarthpone as modem via USB tethering.
Post by d***@live.com
This is a similar problem on Asus T102HA as well actually, and from
what I see in this group there's no solution. Some reported the CM version
works, but when I installed it, it wouldn't boot up. Would try again soon
to see if I can get this resolved.
Post by Ric-82
Hi,
I've tested out the Android Oreo RC1 buil on my Asus Transformer Book
Mini T103HAF, but I cannot use the wi-fi (the switch is locked on the "off"
setting) and I hear no sounds.
I've tried other builds too, like android-x86_64-7.1-r2,
cm-x86_64-14.1-r2 and android-x86_64-6.0-r3 but those issues are still
there.
Intel® Atom x5-Z8350 1,44 GHz Quad-Core Processor
4 GB LPDDR3 1600MHz SDRAM Onboard Memory
Integrated Intel HD Graphics
Intel SST Audio Device (WDM)
Qualcomm Atheros QCA9377 Wireless Network Adapter
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BHARATH PRIYAN
2018-11-02 10:27:15 UTC
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Download audio driver from this website
https://drivers.softpedia.com/get/SOUND-CARD/Conexant/ASUS-Transformer-Mini-T103HAF-Conexant-Audio-Driver-1-76-0-55-for-Windows-10-64-bit.shtml
Post by Ric-82
I'm trying Android-x86 8.1-rc2 on my Asus T103HAF and it seems the Wi-Fi
is working fine, now!
1) Ther's no sound at all.
2) Many apps keep crashing at launch and are 100% useless. I'm not talking
about 3D games or something: I can't even start the Kindle app.
Any suggestion?
P.S.
I'm trying Android-x86 8.1-rc2 32-bit version, at the moment.
Post by Robin Lesewick
I too would be very interested in this, as I have an Asus 102HA and WiFi
wasn't working.
Side note, what I noticed worked the best was the android-x86-6.0-r3
version, not the 64bit. Seemed to work best and wifi worked (buggy at
first), however the game I wanted to play couldn't install so the newer
version of Android with WiFi working is what I'm hoping for.
Post by Ric-82
Has anyone here ever managed to solve this audio/wi-fi issues on Asus
devices like the T103HAF or E200HA?
I mean, has anyone ever made a custom .ISO with the proper drivers for
this products?
Post by Ric-82
Yeah, I've heard of the CM version and I tried it, but still no
wi-fi/sound for me.
I tried Phoenix OS too, and the wi-fi was on. However I was not
satisfied with the overall Phoenix experience (I need a touch-friendly
interface on my android partiton: for desktop use I'll just boot on
Windows), so for now I got back to Android-x86 8.1-rc1, even if it means I
need to use my smarthpone as modem via USB tethering.
Post by d***@live.com
This is a similar problem on Asus T102HA as well actually, and from
what I see in this group there's no solution. Some reported the CM version
works, but when I installed it, it wouldn't boot up. Would try again soon
to see if I can get this resolved.
Post by Ric-82
Hi,
I've tested out the Android Oreo RC1 buil on my Asus Transformer Book
Mini T103HAF, but I cannot use the wi-fi (the switch is locked on the "off"
setting) and I hear no sounds.
I've tried other builds too, like android-x86_64-7.1-r2,
cm-x86_64-14.1-r2 and android-x86_64-6.0-r3 but those issues are still
there.
Intel® Atom x5-Z8350 1,44 GHz Quad-Core Processor
4 GB LPDDR3 1600MHz SDRAM Onboard Memory
Integrated Intel HD Graphics
Intel SST Audio Device (WDM)
Qualcomm Atheros QCA9377 Wireless Network Adapter
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Ric-82
2018-11-02 10:31:25 UTC
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I could download those drivers, but how can I use it on Android?
Post by BHARATH PRIYAN
Download audio driver from this website
https://drivers.softpedia.com/get/SOUND-CARD/Conexant/ASUS-Transformer-Mini-T103HAF-Conexant-Audio-Driver-1-76-0-55-for-Windows-10-64-bit.shtml
Post by Ric-82
I'm trying Android-x86 8.1-rc2 on my Asus T103HAF and it seems the Wi-Fi
is working fine, now!
1) Ther's no sound at all.
2) Many apps keep crashing at launch and are 100% useless. I'm not
talking about 3D games or something: I can't even start the Kindle app.
Any suggestion?
P.S.
I'm trying Android-x86 8.1-rc2 32-bit version, at the moment.
Post by Robin Lesewick
I too would be very interested in this, as I have an Asus 102HA and WiFi
wasn't working.
Side note, what I noticed worked the best was the android-x86-6.0-r3
version, not the 64bit. Seemed to work best and wifi worked (buggy at
first), however the game I wanted to play couldn't install so the newer
version of Android with WiFi working is what I'm hoping for.
Post by Ric-82
Has anyone here ever managed to solve this audio/wi-fi issues on Asus
devices like the T103HAF or E200HA?
I mean, has anyone ever made a custom .ISO with the proper drivers for
this products?
Post by Ric-82
Yeah, I've heard of the CM version and I tried it, but still no
wi-fi/sound for me.
I tried Phoenix OS too, and the wi-fi was on. However I was not
satisfied with the overall Phoenix experience (I need a touch-friendly
interface on my android partiton: for desktop use I'll just boot on
Windows), so for now I got back to Android-x86 8.1-rc1, even if it means I
need to use my smarthpone as modem via USB tethering.
Post by d***@live.com
This is a similar problem on Asus T102HA as well actually, and from
what I see in this group there's no solution. Some reported the CM version
works, but when I installed it, it wouldn't boot up. Would try again soon
to see if I can get this resolved.
Post by Ric-82
Hi,
I've tested out the Android Oreo RC1 buil on my Asus Transformer
Book Mini T103HAF, but I cannot use the wi-fi (the switch is locked on the
"off" setting) and I hear no sounds.
I've tried other builds too, like android-x86_64-7.1-r2,
cm-x86_64-14.1-r2 and android-x86_64-6.0-r3 but those issues are still
there.
Intel® Atom x5-Z8350 1,44 GHz Quad-Core Processor
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Antony Stone
2018-11-02 10:28:38 UTC
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Post by Ric-82
I'm trying Android-x86 8.1-rc2 on my Asus T103HAF and it seems the Wi-Fi is
working fine, now!
1) Ther's no sound at all.
2) Many apps keep crashing at launch and are 100% useless. I'm not talking
about 3D games or something: I can't even start the Kindle app.
Any suggestion?
P.S.
I'm trying Android-x86 8.1-rc2 32-bit version, at the moment.
Any specific reason for that choice, given that this tablet has a 64-bit CPU?

Antony.
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BHARATH PRIYAN
2018-11-02 10:30:51 UTC
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Role back driver update there may be a chance of working

On Fri, 2 Nov 2018, 3:58 pm Antony Stone, <
Post by Ric-82
Post by Ric-82
I'm trying Android-x86 8.1-rc2 on my Asus T103HAF and it seems the Wi-Fi
is
Post by Ric-82
working fine, now!
1) Ther's no sound at all.
2) Many apps keep crashing at launch and are 100% useless. I'm not
talking
Post by Ric-82
about 3D games or something: I can't even start the Kindle app.
Any suggestion?
P.S.
I'm trying Android-x86 8.1-rc2 32-bit version, at the moment.
Any specific reason for that choice, given that this tablet has a 64-bit CPU?
Antony.
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Ric-82
2018-11-02 10:37:44 UTC
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Hi,

Well, I could try the 64-bit version. The reason why I choose the 32-bit
one is previous 64 bit build I tried had issues with wi-fi. Then, an user
told me the android-x86-6.0-r3 32-bit version had working wi-fi on his Asus
Transofrmer book. So I tried that build and he was right: wi-fi was working
only with 32-bit version (so I assumed that, for some reason, 64-bit
versions not suits well for my tablet).

I could try the 64-bit version and let you know!
Post by Ric-82
Post by Ric-82
I'm trying Android-x86 8.1-rc2 on my Asus T103HAF and it seems the Wi-Fi
is
Post by Ric-82
working fine, now!
1) Ther's no sound at all.
2) Many apps keep crashing at launch and are 100% useless. I'm not
talking
Post by Ric-82
about 3D games or something: I can't even start the Kindle app.
Any suggestion?
P.S.
I'm trying Android-x86 8.1-rc2 32-bit version, at the moment.
Any specific reason for that choice, given that this tablet has a 64-bit CPU?
Antony.
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Robin Lesewick
2018-11-02 18:59:16 UTC
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I tried the x64 bit version of Androidx86 8 rc2 and it worked quite well on
my ASUS Transformer 102HA, as I had WiFi and also sound. Performance was
spotty and could hang during setup, but rebooting and continuing worked
well. Also, rotation worked and Bluetooth seems to work, however I couldn't
test.

I enabled the native bridge in the settings and was able to install some
things and they would work, except for Marvel Strike Force, it would
crash/hang every time after loading/downloading in game.

Another thing I noticed was that if the tablet went to sleep, it would
reboot.

Otherwise, this is working the best so far with this device, thank you!
Post by Ric-82
I'm trying Android-x86 8.1-rc2 on my Asus T103HAF and it seems the Wi-Fi
is working fine, now!
1) Ther's no sound at all.
2) Many apps keep crashing at launch and are 100% useless. I'm not talking
about 3D games or something: I can't even start the Kindle app.
Any suggestion?
P.S.
I'm trying Android-x86 8.1-rc2 32-bit version, at the moment.
Post by Robin Lesewick
I too would be very interested in this, as I have an Asus 102HA and WiFi
wasn't working.
Side note, what I noticed worked the best was the android-x86-6.0-r3
version, not the 64bit. Seemed to work best and wifi worked (buggy at
first), however the game I wanted to play couldn't install so the newer
version of Android with WiFi working is what I'm hoping for.
Post by Ric-82
Has anyone here ever managed to solve this audio/wi-fi issues on Asus
devices like the T103HAF or E200HA?
I mean, has anyone ever made a custom .ISO with the proper drivers for
this products?
Post by Ric-82
Yeah, I've heard of the CM version and I tried it, but still no
wi-fi/sound for me.
I tried Phoenix OS too, and the wi-fi was on. However I was not
satisfied with the overall Phoenix experience (I need a touch-friendly
interface on my android partiton: for desktop use I'll just boot on
Windows), so for now I got back to Android-x86 8.1-rc1, even if it means I
need to use my smarthpone as modem via USB tethering.
Post by d***@live.com
This is a similar problem on Asus T102HA as well actually, and from
what I see in this group there's no solution. Some reported the CM version
works, but when I installed it, it wouldn't boot up. Would try again soon
to see if I can get this resolved.
Post by Ric-82
Hi,
I've tested out the Android Oreo RC1 buil on my Asus Transformer Book
Mini T103HAF, but I cannot use the wi-fi (the switch is locked on the "off"
setting) and I hear no sounds.
I've tried other builds too, like android-x86_64-7.1-r2,
cm-x86_64-14.1-r2 and android-x86_64-6.0-r3 but those issues are still
there.
Intel® Atom x5-Z8350 1,44 GHz Quad-Core Processor
4 GB LPDDR3 1600MHz SDRAM Onboard Memory
Integrated Intel HD Graphics
Intel SST Audio Device (WDM)
Qualcomm Atheros QCA9377 Wireless Network Adapter
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Ric-82
2018-11-04 00:42:16 UTC
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Nope :/

I tried Androidx86 8 rc2 64-bit version on my T103HAF and sounds won't
work.
I tried to rollback drivers. I deleted all of the partitions and I tried to
install Android first and Windows later. No results. Then I deleted all
once again, install Windows with the original Intel drivers, then install Androidx86.
Nothing.

I still have no sound. I tried to test the sound via Bluetooth and I hear
something, but the sound is popping.

Another thing that is not working is the battery sensor: it stucks at 0%

On the bright side, wi-fi is working quite well and enabling the native
bridge solved all those crashing issues I had before with many apps.


Are we sure 102HA and T103HAF share the same hardware equipment? Is
anything I can do to help the devolpers to dig into this?
Post by Robin Lesewick
I tried the x64 bit version of Androidx86 8 rc2 and it worked quite well
on my ASUS Transformer 102HA, as I had WiFi and also sound. Performance was
spotty and could hang during setup, but rebooting and continuing worked
well. Also, rotation worked and Bluetooth seems to work, however I couldn't
test.
I enabled the native bridge in the settings and was able to install some
things and they would work, except for Marvel Strike Force, it would
crash/hang every time after loading/downloading in game.
Another thing I noticed was that if the tablet went to sleep, it would
reboot.
Otherwise, this is working the best so far with this device, thank you!
Post by Ric-82
I'm trying Android-x86 8.1-rc2 on my Asus T103HAF and it seems the Wi-Fi
is working fine, now!
1) Ther's no sound at all.
2) Many apps keep crashing at launch and are 100% useless. I'm not
talking about 3D games or something: I can't even start the Kindle app.
Any suggestion?
P.S.
I'm trying Android-x86 8.1-rc2 32-bit version, at the moment.
Post by Robin Lesewick
I too would be very interested in this, as I have an Asus 102HA and WiFi
wasn't working.
Side note, what I noticed worked the best was the android-x86-6.0-r3
version, not the 64bit. Seemed to work best and wifi worked (buggy at
first), however the game I wanted to play couldn't install so the newer
version of Android with WiFi working is what I'm hoping for.
Post by Ric-82
Has anyone here ever managed to solve this audio/wi-fi issues on Asus
devices like the T103HAF or E200HA?
I mean, has anyone ever made a custom .ISO with the proper drivers for
this products?
Post by Ric-82
Yeah, I've heard of the CM version and I tried it, but still no
wi-fi/sound for me.
I tried Phoenix OS too, and the wi-fi was on. However I was not
satisfied with the overall Phoenix experience (I need a touch-friendly
interface on my android partiton: for desktop use I'll just boot on
Windows), so for now I got back to Android-x86 8.1-rc1, even if it means I
need to use my smarthpone as modem via USB tethering.
Post by d***@live.com
This is a similar problem on Asus T102HA as well actually, and from
what I see in this group there's no solution. Some reported the CM version
works, but when I installed it, it wouldn't boot up. Would try again soon
to see if I can get this resolved.
Post by Ric-82
Hi,
I've tested out the Android Oreo RC1 buil on my Asus Transformer
Book Mini T103HAF, but I cannot use the wi-fi (the switch is locked on the
"off" setting) and I hear no sounds.
I've tried other builds too, like android-x86_64-7.1-r2,
cm-x86_64-14.1-r2 and android-x86_64-6.0-r3 but those issues are still
there.
Intel® Atom x5-Z8350 1,44 GHz Quad-Core Processor
4 GB LPDDR3 1600MHz SDRAM Onboard Memory
Integrated Intel HD Graphics
Intel SST Audio Device (WDM)
Qualcomm Atheros QCA9377 Wireless Network Adapter
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Ric-82
2018-11-14 09:36:27 UTC
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Any help with this?

On my Asus T103HAF Androidx86 8 rc2 64-bit works except for:

- No audio (and audio via bluetooth is popping)
- No charge indicator: battery is stucks at 0%

What should I looking for to solve this?

Thank you
Post by Ric-82
Nope :/
I tried Androidx86 8 rc2 64-bit version on my T103HAF and sounds won't
work.
I tried to rollback drivers. I deleted all of the partitions and I tried
to install Android first and Windows later. No results. Then I deleted all
once again, install Windows with the original Intel drivers, then install Androidx86.
Nothing.
I still have no sound. I tried to test the sound via Bluetooth and I hear
something, but the sound is popping.
Another thing that is not working is the battery sensor: it stucks at 0%
On the bright side, wi-fi is working quite well and enabling the native
bridge solved all those crashing issues I had before with many apps.
Are we sure 102HA and T103HAF share the same hardware equipment? Is
anything I can do to help the devolpers to dig into this?
Post by Robin Lesewick
I tried the x64 bit version of Androidx86 8 rc2 and it worked quite well
on my ASUS Transformer 102HA, as I had WiFi and also sound. Performance was
spotty and could hang during setup, but rebooting and continuing worked
well. Also, rotation worked and Bluetooth seems to work, however I couldn't
test.
I enabled the native bridge in the settings and was able to install some
things and they would work, except for Marvel Strike Force, it would
crash/hang every time after loading/downloading in game.
Another thing I noticed was that if the tablet went to sleep, it would
reboot.
Otherwise, this is working the best so far with this device, thank you!
Post by Ric-82
I'm trying Android-x86 8.1-rc2 on my Asus T103HAF and it seems the Wi-Fi
is working fine, now!
1) Ther's no sound at all.
2) Many apps keep crashing at launch and are 100% useless. I'm not
talking about 3D games or something: I can't even start the Kindle app.
Any suggestion?
P.S.
I'm trying Android-x86 8.1-rc2 32-bit version, at the moment.
Post by Robin Lesewick
I too would be very interested in this, as I have an Asus 102HA and
WiFi wasn't working.
Side note, what I noticed worked the best was the android-x86-6.0-r3
version, not the 64bit. Seemed to work best and wifi worked (buggy at
first), however the game I wanted to play couldn't install so the newer
version of Android with WiFi working is what I'm hoping for.
Post by Ric-82
Has anyone here ever managed to solve this audio/wi-fi issues on Asus
devices like the T103HAF or E200HA?
I mean, has anyone ever made a custom .ISO with the proper drivers for
this products?
Post by Ric-82
Yeah, I've heard of the CM version and I tried it, but still no
wi-fi/sound for me.
I tried Phoenix OS too, and the wi-fi was on. However I was not
satisfied with the overall Phoenix experience (I need a touch-friendly
interface on my android partiton: for desktop use I'll just boot on
Windows), so for now I got back to Android-x86 8.1-rc1, even if it means I
need to use my smarthpone as modem via USB tethering.
Post by d***@live.com
This is a similar problem on Asus T102HA as well actually, and from
what I see in this group there's no solution. Some reported the CM version
works, but when I installed it, it wouldn't boot up. Would try again soon
to see if I can get this resolved.
Post by Ric-82
Hi,
I've tested out the Android Oreo RC1 buil on my Asus Transformer
Book Mini T103HAF, but I cannot use the wi-fi (the switch is locked on the
"off" setting) and I hear no sounds.
I've tried other builds too, like android-x86_64-7.1-r2,
cm-x86_64-14.1-r2 and android-x86_64-6.0-r3 but those issues are still
there.
Intel® Atom x5-Z8350 1,44 GHz Quad-Core Processor
4 GB LPDDR3 1600MHz SDRAM Onboard Memory
Integrated Intel HD Graphics
Intel SST Audio Device (WDM)
Qualcomm Atheros QCA9377 Wireless Network Adapter
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