Original firmware for an Allwinner H3 TV Box with SV6256P WiFi chip?

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wildcatacu

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I've been searching for days now. I can't seem to find any compatible firmware. The TV Box was marketed to have Android 10.1, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of ROM. False specs tho. The TV Box only ran rooted Android 7.1 and has 16GB of internal storage. Not sure for the RAM, AIDA64 reported 4GB last time I checked. For my use case, I'm fine with that specs. However, after performing a factory reset on it via settings, I can't seem to boot the device anymore. The TV Box is MXQ Pro 4K 5G. It is now stuck on the MBOX boot animation. I've seen firmware online, but not specific to my model. I've seen firmware for the 2.4ghz wifi model only. I've also seen firmware for the 2.4/5ghz model, but for amlogic/rockchip devices and not for Allwinner. I've taken the TV box apart and look for potentially useful information.

Board label: Q44_v4.0_20200602
WiFi: SV6256P TAC2028 13Y11B
RAM: D9PSC (4 chips)
(?): PPT 2016 O PM4 4-11BP
(?): QL 2029

If there's a compatible firmware for this aside from Android, please let me know as well. Thank you!
 

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hi :D
you must know the chip processor and graphic
may be
H616 processor with mali G31 or an other
H6 processor with mali ...
 
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UPDATE:

Sunvell R69 firmware seems to work but with WiFi, RAM, and storage config issue. WiFi does not work as the firmware is not made specifically for the SV6256P WiFi chip. 1GB of RAM and 8GB of ROM only shows up in AIDA64, which by the way is the default configuration for the Sunvell R69. I've checked the board and it has 4 pcs of D9PSC chips, which I believe are 512MB RAM modules. 2GB of RAM should show up. The board also has the KLMAG1JETD-B041 chip, an 16GB eMMC module for ROM. The device boots rooted Android 7.1.2 just fine. I suppose the issue could be solved by tinkering some system files? I just don't know how just yet.

I've seen a newer version of the Sunvell R69 online, which is the Sunvell H3. It has 2GB of RAM and 16GB of ROM. The WiFi chip isn't still a match however. Despite the WiFi issue, I'm still willing to install the firmware. Better to have 2/16GB than 1/GB only. I can't seem to find any working links for a firmware download however and all my searches so far leads to a dead Google Drive link.

Ive found firmware for MXQ 4K 5G with SV6256P, but for Rockchip only. Is it possible to extract the WiFi drivers from that and load it to my rooted TV box? If so, how could I go about it?

Sunvell R69 firmware (see larrywilson's reply)
https:// forum.freaktab. com /forum/tv-player-support/allwinner-tv-players/809586-i-need-rom-for-mxq-pro-4k

MXQ 4K 5G with SV6256P (for Rockchip)
https:// youtu. be/q7eFpK1R-kg
 
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woooow123

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I have same problem... Problem is solved by backup original rom from working box.
Steps that i made is:
-Flash box with this firmware using phoenix suite:
h t t p s:// mega. nz/#!I9oFBISb!8ozfiBuxs7W_pOtr-XnvAzZ_S9xI9GR2Db55AA-03P0
Box boot, but with not working wifi.
-Go and activate developer options and enable usb debugging.Check USB0 device mode enable
-Copy twrp.zip (from archive in link bellow) to flash drive
-Connect phoenix suite to box and press recovery.Box will boot into recovery mode
-Press install update from external and choose twrp.zip (executable only) DO NOT TRY to install, just run it!
-Make full backup of "no-wifi" rom (check all boxes) and save it to external flash drive
-When is done, disconnect flash drive from box and connect to pc. Replace only files ( from backup in link bellow ) to folder in flash drive. DO NOT rename folder!
-Boot box to "no-wifi" rom and connect to phoenix suite, press recovery again.
- From stock recovery load twrp.zip again, point where backup is, mark again all boxes, and choose restore.
- Wait to finish and press reboot when is done. Box will boot to stock firmware with working wi-fi ... :)
Link to backup with all needed files:
h t t p s:// mega. nz/file/1kd0ATRR#IDU0a8gkdSKsM-Dlh7yE7Z9GT1IsVLje8BBGx4uidvw
Good luck to all!
 
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I have same problem... Problem is solved by backup original rom from working box.
Steps that i made is:
-Flash box with this firmware using phoenix suite:
h t t p s:// mega. nz/#!I9oFBISb!8ozfiBuxs7W_pOtr-XnvAzZ_S9xI9GR2Db55AA-03P0
Box boot, but with not working wifi.
-Go and activate developer options and enable usb debugging.Check USB0 device mode enable
-Copy twrp.zip (from archive in link bellow) to flash drive
-Connect phoenix suite to box and press recovery.Box will boot into recovery mode
-Press install update from external and choose twrp.zip (executable only) DO NOT TRY to install, just run it!
-Make full backup of "no-wifi" rom (check all boxes) and save it to external flash drive
-When is done, disconnect flash drive from box and connect to pc. Replace only files ( from backup in link bellow ) to folder in flash drive. DO NOT rename folder!
-Boot box to "no-wifi" rom and connect to phoenix suite, press recovery again.
- From stock recovery load twrp.zip again, point where backup is, mark again all boxes, and choose restore.
- Wait to finish and press reboot when is done. Box will boot to stock firmware with working wi-fi ... :)
Link to backup with all needed files:
h t t p s:// mega. nz/file/1kd0ATRR#IDU0a8gkdSKsM-Dlh7yE7Z9GT1IsVLje8BBGx4uidvw
Good luck to all!
thanks y for sharing .......
 

woooow123

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Here is clean rom, no bloatware, no gta skins! Full flashable image via phoenix suite! Tested on MXQ-PRO-5G with sv6256p wifi adapter! Board label: Q44_v4.0_20200602

MEGA
 

dplc81

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Here is clean rom, no bloatware, no gta skins! Full flashable image via phoenix suite! Tested on MXQ-PRO-5G with sv6256p wifi adapter! Board label: Q44_v4.0_20200602

MEGA
Thank you! This is the cleanest and the smoothest firmware I tried for this model. Board label Q44_V4.1_20220120. What still bugs me is the wrong Android version (9 when 7), and the fake storage and ram, but I'll stay with this one.
 
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    Here you go I think this will work for you :)
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    I've been searching for days now. I can't seem to find any compatible firmware. The TV Box was marketed to have Android 10.1, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of ROM. False specs tho. The TV Box only ran rooted Android 7.1 and has 16GB of internal storage. Not sure for the RAM, AIDA64 reported 4GB last time I checked. For my use case, I'm fine with that specs. However, after performing a factory reset on it via settings, I can't seem to boot the device anymore. The TV Box is MXQ Pro 4K 5G. It is now stuck on the MBOX boot animation. I've seen firmware online, but not specific to my model. I've seen firmware for the 2.4ghz wifi model only. I've also seen firmware for the 2.4/5ghz model, but for amlogic/rockchip devices and not for Allwinner. I've taken the TV box apart and look for potentially useful information.

    Board label: Q44_v4.0_20200602
    WiFi: SV6256P TAC2028 13Y11B
    RAM: D9PSC (4 chips)
    (?): PPT 2016 O PM4 4-11BP
    (?): QL 2029

    If there's a compatible firmware for this aside from Android, please let me know as well. Thank you!
    2
    Here you go I think this will work for you :)
    dead link :(
    2
    I have same problem... Problem is solved by backup original rom from working box.
    Steps that i made is:
    -Flash box with this firmware using phoenix suite:
    h t t p s:// mega. nz/#!I9oFBISb!8ozfiBuxs7W_pOtr-XnvAzZ_S9xI9GR2Db55AA-03P0
    Box boot, but with not working wifi.
    -Go and activate developer options and enable usb debugging.Check USB0 device mode enable
    -Copy twrp.zip (from archive in link bellow) to flash drive
    -Connect phoenix suite to box and press recovery.Box will boot into recovery mode
    -Press install update from external and choose twrp.zip (executable only) DO NOT TRY to install, just run it!
    -Make full backup of "no-wifi" rom (check all boxes) and save it to external flash drive
    -When is done, disconnect flash drive from box and connect to pc. Replace only files ( from backup in link bellow ) to folder in flash drive. DO NOT rename folder!
    -Boot box to "no-wifi" rom and connect to phoenix suite, press recovery again.
    - From stock recovery load twrp.zip again, point where backup is, mark again all boxes, and choose restore.
    - Wait to finish and press reboot when is done. Box will boot to stock firmware with working wi-fi ... :)
    Link to backup with all needed files:
    h t t p s:// mega. nz/file/1kd0ATRR#IDU0a8gkdSKsM-Dlh7yE7Z9GT1IsVLje8BBGx4uidvw
    Good luck to all!
    1
    hi :D
    you must know the chip processor and graphic
    may be
    H616 processor with mali G31 or an other
    H6 processor with mali ...