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    Multi touch monitor needs to be un/replugged

    Hi, I have a multi touch monitor that works great with my old 5.1 android TVs box but for the multi touch to work it has to be unplugged then reconnected to get the function workin.

    other that a physical USB on off switch does anyone know of a way to do this inside the box ?

    any help would be cool.

    #2
    Hello,

    Think it is an drive issue.
    Can you tell more about your box?
    Name/CPU
    And your Touchscreen
    Name/Model

    Regards
    Ray

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      #3
      Cheers, its an old M8s+ running 5.1 I have just ordered a TX3 mini but I am guessing the issue will be the same.

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        #4
        No don't think so.
        I have made some custom firmware with touchscreen support on usb.
        All working fine.
        Can you make an copy from logcat and send via paste.bin service?

        You can do this with installing terminal emulator and then type in:

        su
        ​​​​​​logcat >/sdcard/logcat.txt
        wait an minute and press control+c
        Then do the same with dmesg

        Cheers
        Ray

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          #5
          That sounds great Ray and very kind of you, I am going to wait for this new box to arrive before I proceed. cheers ;-)

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            #6
            Hi Ray, I actually tried to use paste bin and terminal emulator but could not copy and paste using either the touch screen or wireless mouse, ctrl c ctrl v just wont work :-(

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