Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 (9310)
|Infrared Camera Authentication||?||?|
|USB-C / Thunderbolt 4||Working||intel_wmi_thunderbolt|
|Fingerprint sensor||Not Working||?|
|Ambient light sensor||Working||iio|
Dell XPS 2-in-1 late 2020 edition.
Unlike the non-2-in-1 Dell XPS 13 (9310), this model comes with the Killer AX1650, which is already supported in the mainline kernel
The fingerprint sensor can be used by installing the proprietary Ubuntu driver released by Dell and Goodix. This requires a different fork of libfprint from the upstream repo. This is a newer version intended for use only with touch-based sensors such as the one on the XPS.AUR - available on the AUR and built from source
The proprietary driver can be obtained from the AUR: Dell repository by extracting the Debian file and copying its contents.AUR. Alternatively, it can also be manually installed from the
The rest of the process is identical to that described on Fprint - just make sure not to install the version of libfprint on the main repo as it conflicts with libfprint-tod
Laptops with fingerprint reader (Goodix 27c6:532d) are unable to work. For some reason Dell does not provide driver for these model.
Ambient light sensor
You can installto enable automatic brightness in Gnome.
Detect tablet mode
If you want to automatically disable the keyboard and touchpad when entering tablet mode, you can installAUR.
~/.config/watch_tablet.yml and edit the input_device and input modes:
input_device: /dev/input/by-path/platform-INTC1051:00-event modes: laptop: - xinput enable "AT Translated Set 2 keyboard" - xinput enable "SynPS/2 Synaptics TouchPad" tablet: - xinput disable "AT Translated Set 2 keyboard" - xinput disable "SynPS/2 Synaptics TouchPad"
watch_tablet & to your
Automatic screen rotation
Install thepackage. Under Gnome and KDE/Plasma using Wayland the screen should automatically rotate.
In KDE using X11, you can install theAUR package.