Teclast X5 Pro

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Device Status Modules
Display Working xf86-video-intel
Touchscreen Working,with firmware mssl1680-firmwareAUR[broken link: package not found] silead_ts
Wireless Working iwlwifi
Audio Working alc269
Touchpad Working
Battery Status Working
Camera Not working
Bluetooth Working btintel
MicroSD Reader Working
Power Management Seems work fine
Accelerometer No driver found
Hardware Buttons Working

The Teclast X5 Pro[dead link 2020-02-26] is a two 2 in 1 Tablet PC devices, equipped with a 12.2 inch display that supports for 1920 x 1200 pixels.It is powered by seventh-generatipn Intel CoreM 7Y30, aka Kabe-Lake, and by nineth-generation Intel HD graphics, coupled with 8GB of RAM , both DDR3L, 240G SSD or 256G SSD (Optional).

With kernel >= 4.9.0, seems the newest silead_ts driver has added support for silead mssl1680 touch screen (firmware needed mssl1680-firmwareAUR[broken link: package not found]).


Just Install Arch Linux in a normal way, however, for SSD you should better refer to Solid State Drives.

Calibrating touch screen

See Calibrating Touchscreen#Your screen.

Unfortunately there is no solution found for Wayland. (so if you are using GNOME with gdm, disable Wayland in /etc/gdm/custom.conf which is enabled by dafault and login with the option "Gnome on Xorg". )

Then create /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/99-calibration.conf.

Section "InputClass"
	Identifier	"calibration"
	MatchProduct	"silead_ts"
	Option	"CalibrationMatrix"	"2.074595 0 0 0 2.688341 0 0 0 1"
	Driver	"libinput"

Reboot and touchscreen will work fine. If not, make sure you have mssl1680-firmwareAUR[broken link: package not found] installed.

On-Screen Keyboard

Depending on your preferred window manager, install kvkbd for KDE or CellWriter for GNOME, see Tablet PC