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Before root the ASUS F75A-EH51，you must know the following
1. Not every phone can be rooted，then you must make sure other people can do it too.
2. Backup the phone, as unlocking the bootloader will reset everything.
3. Rooting voids your warranty.
4. In my experience that isn’t foolproof.
1, Go to http://www.htcdev.com/ and follow the instructions to get into bootloader mode. You will disconnect your ASUS F75A-EH51 from PC, turn it off, press and hold Volume Down and the Power button to access the Bootloader.
2, Use the volume keys to select fastboot mode, and select it with power. When ASUS F75A-EH51 does its thing, connect it to the PC again.
3, On your PC, go to the folder with all the ADB and Fastboot files and open a command prompt. Type fastboot devices and hit enter. The ASUS F75A-EH51 should show up as a device ID.
4, Enter fastboot oem get_identifier_token. This will spit out a big block of text, which you will then copy and paste into the HTC Dev site when it asks for it. Wait a bit, and HTC will send you the unlock token. Place it in the Fastboot folder.
5, With the ASUS F75A-EH51 still in Fastboot mode, type fastboot flash unlocktoken Unlock_code.bin. Now you’re unlocked, so it’s time to root. Reboot the phone normally and download the SuperUser zip file from Koush. Transfer it to ASUS F75A-EH51.
6, Download TWRP recovery for the ASUS F75A-EH51 and place it in the directory with your Fastboot and ADB files.
7, Open another command prompt and get your device back into Fastboot mode just like above. Type fastboot flash recovery twrp.img and hit enter.
8, Turn off the ASUS F75A-EH51 and turn it on in Bootloader mode by holding the Volume Down + Power button. Select Recovery and wait for ASUS F75A-EH51 to load.
9, In Recovery, go to install and select the SuperUser zip. The zip will flash, and that’s it. Then your ASUS F75A-EH51 rooted.
10, If the above can not solve the problem then google for “root ASUS F75A-EH51” and you’ll find what you’re looking for.Post navigation
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Sufficient processing power for multi-tasking, internet, music, movies, productivity(Word, Spreadsheets, etc), basic photo and video editing
Large amount of memory sufficient for memory intensive applications
Uses conventional harddrive. Higher power consumption, lower shock resistance and longer startup time compared to solid state drive(SSD).
Battery life is unknown.
Basic GPU allows playing less demanding games (WoW, Sims3, etc) at low detail settings and resolution
GPU is not suitable for demanding games (Assassin's creed, Black Ops 2,) even at lowest settings
17.3" screen suitable as desktop replacement and gaming; not ideal for portability
Economy display with resolution of 1600 x 900; screen space sufficient for most purposes but less than ideal for graphics design, programming etc
Built in CD/DVD drive; allows watching movies and software installation from CD/DVD
No integrated webcam; will need separate webcam purchase for video chat (or camera information unavailable)
Processing power may not be sufficient for computation intensive tasks such as simultaneous editing of large number of photos and videos, virtualization software(parallels), file and harddrive encryption, etc
2.3 GHz Intel Core i3-2350M
6 GB RAM
6.6 lbs; 17.3" display; 1600 x 900 resolution
750 GB hard drive
Intel GMA HD Graphics
4.5 stars ( 2 user reviews)
Computer is a snappy, big screened, nicely designed machine with a great keyboard, and an elegant look. I find the touch pad a bit awkward but am getting used to it. I HATE Windows 8. It isn't the fau. Great computer for the price! Very smooth, fast, and spectacular screen. It's a great value, and I highly recommend it.
A core i3 processor is a solid, affordable choice for the heavy majority of people. If you use your computer for basic tasks such as word processing, email, surfing the web, etc. a Core i3 processor is more than enough to handle all of that with ease.
The i3 offers moderate all-around performance and is often found in budget-oriented systems. Core i3 is suitable for Productivity, Multi-tasking, Basic Graphics, Multimedia.
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The brief technical specifications: Display 17.3" (1600x900) HD+ LED / Intel Core i5-3210M (3.1 GHz) / RAM 4 GB / 500 GB HDD / Intel HD Graphics 4000 / DVD+/-RW / LAN / Wi-Fi / Bluetooth / webcam / Microsoft Windows 8 64-bit / 3.1 kg
Notebook Asus F75A - inexpensive 17-inch laptop for work and play. Notebook Asus F75A is equipped with a dual core Intel Core i5-3210M clocked at 3.1 GHz, integrated video card Intel HD Graphics 4000, 4 GB of RAM, HDD with a total of 500 GB and WiFi-card with support N-standard on the board. In the battery mode notebook Asus F75A can run up to 5.5 hours. Notebook Asus F75A is fully compatible with the operating system Linux. The average cost of the notebook Asus F75A is aboutNotebook Asus F75A photo
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Cheap 15.6-inch office laptops (those selling for $500 or less) are not hard to find. In the case of 17.3-inch notebooks, the market seems to be less saturated. Accordingly, Asus has now released such a device - the larger brother of the 15.6-inch Asus F55A which we have already reviewed. Both laptops do not just look the same; even their features are very similar. We have put the F75A to the acid test.
Two competitors, the Toshiba Satellite Pro C870 (Core i3-2350M, HD Graphics 3000) and the Medion Akoya E7221-MD98297 (Pentium 2020M, HD Graphics (Ivy Bridge)) serve as comparison.Case
The F75A looks very much like the Asus F55A. Both devices sport a casing made of black plastic. Both the back side of the lid and the wrist rest are texturized so that they feel very slip-proof. The material used around the keyboard reminds us of brushed metal. We appreciate that Asus uses matte surfaces exclusively. Neither of its two competitors, the Satellite and the Akoya. employs anything else but plastic as well.
There is not only an optical resemblance between the F75A and its smaller brother: Stability is also the same. The base unit sags when pressure is applied to the area below the touchpad. The same holds true for the area to the left of the keyboard. At least, the casing seems to be rather torsion-resistant. It can only be twisted slightly. The lid behaves differently in this regard - it is very easy to bend. Also, the back side of the lid could have been sturdier. Its center can be forced to sag so strongly as to cause distortions on the screens. While the hinges may be prone to some bobbing, they are still capable of holding the display firmly in position. Thus, the lid cannot be opened with just one hand. Some issues with the build quality. e.g. a small gap between the DVD burner and the case, have to be accepted considering the price.Communication
The Wi-Fi chip of the F75A is made by Realtek (RTL8188CE). It supports the Wi-Fi standards 802.11 b/g/n. We have no reason to complain about any reception issues, neither close to the router (approx. 3 m) nor two floors below (with 50% transmission power) does the connection get interrupted. The Gigabit Ethernet chip in our Asus laptop comes from Atheros (AR8161/8165). There is no Bluetooth support. The F75A features a built-in 0.3 megapixel webcam (640x480 pixels), which disappoints due to its mushy image quality.Accessories
The F75A ships with the usual documents: A hardware manual and a small brochure with warranty information. In addition, there is a 30-page Windows 8 user manual.Operating System and Recovery
Windows 8 (64 Bit) is preinstalled on the F75A, no Windows DVD is included. A downgrade to Windows 7 is still possible, since all necessary Windows 7 drivers can be found on the Asus website.
In order to repair the system in the case of a malfunction of Windows 8, the recovery system can be accessed by pressing the key combination F9 while the computer powers up. The user can choose between a system repair and resetting it to its delivery condition.Maintenance
An opening of the maintenance hatch reveals the Wi-Fi module as well as the hard drive and the RAM module. The fan cannot be accessed. The F75A comes with just one memory bank which is not in use in our test device. Its 4 GB RAM is soldered directly to the motherboard. A test with an additional 4 GB module was successful and yielded smooth operation. In theory, the F75A could be equipped with up to 12 GB RAM, however, the Asus website states a maximum of 8 GB in total. We recommend installing a second RAM module since this allows the RAM to be used in dual channel mode, thus fully taking advantage of both CPU and GPU. A 4 GB module can be had for around $25 - $30.
Exchanging the hard drive should not be challenging. The retaining screws have to be loosened, whereupon the hard drive can be removed. Its cage can be attached to the new hard drive, which may then be inserted back into the device - that's it. The F75A is equipped with a 7 mm HDD. however, the hard drive cage is 11 mm high and can also accommodate conventional 9.5 mm HDDs.Warranty
The F75A comes with 24 months of warranty. the same as the Medion laptop. while users of the Toshiba notebook get only 12 months. Warranty of the F75A can be extended to three years for around $100 - this has to be acquired and activated within the first 180 days after purchase.Input Devices Graphics Card
Graphics output is handled by Intel's HD Graphics (Sandy Bridge) GPU. It supports DirectX 10.1 while working with clock speeds between 650 MHz and 1150 MHz. At the time of writing, this is the weakest GPU in Intel's product portfolio.
The F75A always fares worse that its competition in all the different 3D Mark Benchmarks. This does not come as a surprise, as it sports the weakest GPU. The GPU performance of the Akoya (Pentium 2020M. HD Graphics (Ivy Bridge) ), on the other hand, is sandwiched between that of an HD Graphics 2000 and an HD Graphics 3000 GPU. Still, the Akoya ends up achieving better 3D Mark results than the Satellite (Core i3-2350M. HD Graphics 3000 ) - again due to its dual channel mode memory. Additionally, the Akoya's Intel GPU is the only one of the three that supports DirectX 11.
Again, the 3D Mark benchmark results of the F75A can be boosted by installing a second memory module, yielding a 25% increase in 3D Mark 05 and 06 as well a 10% increase in the 3D Mark Vantage benchmark.
3DMark 05 Standard
3DMark 06 Standard
3DMark Vantage P ResultGaming Performance
Elaborate 3D games are no particular strength of the Intel GPU used in the Asus F75A. Some games can be played with a low resolution (1024x768 pixels) and low quality. Other games, such as FIFA 13. which do not tax the graphics card as much, may also run smoothly with higher resolutions (1366x768) and medium graphics quality. Again, a second RAM module can boost the frame rates of all the games we have tested by benefitting the Intel GPU with its dual channel mode. This results in 10 to 20% higher frame rates, but still, Anno 2070 and Skyrim remain unplayable. FIFA, however, profits tremendously, seeing frame rate boosts of 33 and 21% with medium and high quality respectively.
If one is looking for a cheap, yet capable gaming laptop offering 17.3-inches of display real estate, both the Packard Bell EasyNote LV44HC-137GE (Core i5-3210M. GeForce GT 630M ) and the Sony Vaio SV-E1712F1EW (Pentium B980. Radeon HD 7650M ) might be worth a glance. They cost around $700.Emissions System Noise
Due to its negligible sound emissions, the F75A is perfectly suited for quiet environments. While idle. noise levels lie between 30.8 and 31.8 dB. The Akoya (30.4 to 30.5 dB) is even quieter, while the Satellite produces more noise (33.1 to 33.4 dB). Even under medium (3D Mark 06 is running) or full load (stress test, both Prime95 and Furmark are active), the F75A still remains rather quiet, emitting 32.6 dB and 38.6 dB respectively. The Satellite is far louder (38.2 / 40.8 dB) while it is again the Akoya that takes home the crown (31.2 / 35 dB).Speakers
The stereo speakers of the F75A are positioned on the underbelly of the laptop. Their sound is very pleasant and full of riches which even hint at the existence of some bass. It is no problem watching an entire movie without resorting, irritatingly, to external solutions. Further fine-tuning of the sound output becomes possible with the help of the preinstalled Via HD Audio Deck software, but of course the option still remains to plug headphones or external speakers into the F75A's 3.5 mm port.Energy Management Power Consumption
Power consumption while idle is somewhere between 10.4 and 16.6 watts, which is actually more than what one might suspect given the hardware of the Asus laptop. Both the Satellite (8.2 to 14.8 watts) and the Akoya (9.5 to 14.3 watts) settle for less. Under medium load (3D Mark 2006 is running), the F75A consumes the least with 27.6 watts (Akoya: 32.1 watts; Satellite: 41.4 watts), while it takes the middle spot under full load with 47.3 watts (Akoya: 41 watts, Satellite: 53.3 watts).Battery Life
The F75A manages to squeeze 5:25 h out of its battery while idle (as measured using the Battery Eater Reader's Test, with minimal brightness, activated energy saver profile and deactivated modems). Both the Akoya (5:43 h) and the Satellite (6:15 h) achieve longer battery life. Under full load. the F75A only lasts 1:05 h - again less than the competition (Akoya: 1:32 h, Satellite: 1:16 h). Here, the Battery Eater Classic Test has been used, running the screen at full brightness, turning on the performance profile and activating all modems.
The F75A hangs on for 3:29 h during the Wi-Fi test. a little bit less than the Satellite (3:53 h) and the Akoya (3:43 h). In this case, a new website loads every 40 seconds, the energy conservation profile is active and the display brightness is set to 150 cd/m². During DVD playback. the battery life of the F75A comes down to 2:45 h. on a par with the competition (Akoya 2:44 h; Satellite 2:58 h), which also stay below the 3 hour threshold. This test is performed while the energy saver profile is active (or a higher profile, if the DVD cannot be rendered smoothly), screen brightness is at full strength and all modems are deactivated.
The battery life of all three devices is easily comparable since their capacity is roughly the same (Toshiba: 48 Wh, Medion and Asus: 47 Wh).
Idle (without WLAN, min brightness)
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User's Manual for English Edition - Page 3
. Drive. 59 Memory (RAM). 62 Connections. 63 Network Connection. 63 Wireless LAN Connection (on selected models). 65 Windows Wireless Network Connection. 67 Bluetooth Wireless Connection(on selected. and Solutions. A-10 Recovering Your Notebook PC. A-16 Using Recovery Partition. A-16 Using Recovery DVD (on selected models). A-17 DVD-ROM Drive Information. A-19 Blu-ray.
User's Manual for English Edition - Page 4
. Notices. A-32 REACH. A-32 Nordic Lithium Cautions (for lithium-ion batteries ). A-33 Optical Drive Safety Information. A-34 Laser Safety Information. A-34. Eco-label. A-38 Global Environmental Regulation Compliance and Declaration. A-39 ASUS Recycling/Takeback Services. A-39 Copyright Information. A-40 Limitation of Liability. A-41 Service and Support. A-41 Notebook PC User Manual
User's Manual for English Edition - Page 6
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User's Manual for English Edition - Page 23
. feature for video conferencing, voice narrations, or simple audio recordings. Headphone Output Jack The stereo headphonejack (1/8 inch) is used to amplified speakers or headphones. Use this jack automatically disables the built-in speakers. 10 Notebook PC User Manual 23 Using this jack automatically disables the built-in microphone. 9 Microphone Input.
User's Manual for English Edition - Page 30
. make a diagnostic check of a new operating system. 30 Notebook PC User Manual If necessary, you may get a message reporting "No operating system. you to correct the conflict by running BIOS Setup. In most cases the record should be presented with a bootmenu with any materials that controls the POST is turned ON. To protect the hard disk drive, always wait at least 5 seconds after turning.
User's Manual for English Edition - Page 58
Flash Memory Card Reader Normally a memory card reader must be purchased separately in the Windows notification area before removing the flash memory card. 58 Notebook PC User Manual Flash memory card compatibility varies depending on the card or else data loss may change without warning. WARNING! Flash memory card specifications constantly change so compatibility may occur. To.
User's Manual for English Edition - Page 75
. A-3 Operating System and Software This Notebook PC may not work until the device drivers and utilities are installed. The support disc contains all popular operating systems including those that quickly restores the Notebook PC's operating system to download individual software drivers and utilities. The recoverydisc provides a comprehensive recovery solution that have.
User's Manual for English Edition - Page 82
. or DVD. Optical Disc The optical disc drive is disabled. System Unstable Cannot wake up from the ASUS website. Reinstall the "ATK0100" driver from the driver CD or download it from the hibernation. 1. Keyboard / Hotkey The Hotkey (FN) is not able to the latest version and try again. 3.
User's Manual for English Edition - Page 84
. be caused by the operating system, try restoring your system using the recovery partition or DVD. Adapter problem; Battery problem; Hardware Problem - The problem may also. NB; If none of the above help, try restoring your system using the recovery partition or disc. A-12 Notebook PC User Manual IMPORTANT! Make sure that the FAN.
User's Manual for English Edition - Page 87
. Inc. Locate the latest BIOS file and start updating (flashing) the BIOS. ASUS Tek. You must Restore Defaults on the Advanced page of the BIOS Setup Utility. Please verify the Notebook PC's exact model and download the latest BIOS file for your model from the ASUS website and save it in battery mode Intel Virtualization Technology [Disabled] VT-d [Enabled] SATA.
User's Manual for English Edition - Page 88
. Windows to select Windows Setup [EMS Enabled]. A-16 Notebook PC User Manual The Recovery Partition is a reserved space on your hard disk drive used to an. [F9] during bootup. Before using the Recovery Partition, copy your Notebook PC to restore the operating system, drivers. and utilities installed on your Notebook PC at the factory and cannot be restored if deleted. Take your data.
User's Manual for English Edition - Page 89
. from your Notebook PC. Insert a blank writable DVD into the optical drive and click Start to complete creating the recovery DVD. Visit the ASUS website at www.asus .com for updated drivers and utilities. Double-click the AI Recovery Burner icon on selected models) Creating the Recovery DVD: 1. Follow the onscreen instructions.
User's Manual for English Edition - Page 90
. Follow the onscreen instructions to confirm the system recovery. Visit the ASUS website at www.asus .com for updated drivers and utilities. Select OK to complete the recovery process. Restoring will be unusable. A-18 Notebook PC User Manual Restart the Notebook PC and press [Esc] on bootup and select the optical.
User's Manual for English Edition - Page 91
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User's Manual for English Edition - Page 94
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