Dasaita Max6 PX6 4gb/64gb

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I went to the Dasaita page - downloaded HA3_rk3399_9.0_ota(20211023) (1).7z and when unzipped via 7 zip the file inside reads as rk3399-ota-eng.hct. Is this the correct file and do i just rename the parent folder file name to uodate.zip ?
All ota updates must have the filename as update.zip . If not...rename it.. but check if is the final zip and not an intermediate zip that has the update.zip inside


Jan 8, 2018
Hello everyone, I've just asked this question in another thread but this one seems more specific to my unit, so apologies for the double post.

A quick question from the UK - I have a 1280 x 720 PX6 MAX 10 unit that I'm trying to use with an AHD reverse camera. I bought the head unit last October. The camera I have is this one :-


It has a control wire you can cut, if uncut the camera runs in 1080p mode, if not it runs in 1280x720 resolution. But when connected to the head unit, with the control wire uncut I see a garbled image for a second, then nothing. With the control wire cut I get an image, but it's really blurred and looks like you are looking through a tiny window

Looking on the web I see other units have settings where you select the camera signal type and you need to select AHD for an AHD camera. My unit has no such setting. But the user manual says that the unit does support AHD.

Before this I had a lower resolution camera and it was fine - way better than what I'm getting now.

Are there any settings I'm missing ? Or do I assume as there is no setting for AHD, the claim that the unit supports AHD is incorrect ? I'm using the stock Android 10 ROM and latest MCU (version 3.78) from the Dasaita web site.

Thanks all !

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