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JingPad A1 bootloader unlock tool, Android ROM, and source code are now available

The JingPad A1 was launched back in August last year with the tagline: "World’s First Consumer-Level Linux Tablet." This device, complete with its gigantic 11-inch 4:3 AMOLED display, Unisoc Tiger T7510 SoC, an 8,000mAh battery with 18W wired charging support, and a premium design, brought tough competition to other Linux-powered ARM64 tablets like the Pine64...

The JingPad A1 is a Linux tablet that (kind of) runs Android apps

There have been many attempts to create tablets running Linux, and even a few ones with ARM processors, like the Pine64 PineTab. However, another company is now giving it a shot, with an ARM Linux tablet that looks remarkably like an Apple iPad. It's called the 'JingPad,' and at least on the surface, it seems...