Thanks I might try it out. I have just starting using https://4pda.to/forum/index.php?showtopic=1013103&st=720#entry104036503 and it's been working fine so far, so I'll stick with it for now.Hi I had the same problem with x96 max + A100, the way I found to make it work is to do a backup of Vendor from original firmware with TWRP then after installing slimbox 12 i went back in TWRP and restored Vendor. After reboot, whit all aps you will have DroidTV Settings, then go in Display and clic on Adaptive HDR and disable it to turn it off. Here is the TWRP I used. You will have some apps from original firmware that will install when restoring Vendor but you can uninstall them after if you want
official 4gb 11.6
Here a link for slimbox 11.6 for all modelsofficial 4gb 11.6
I have version Q2. If you don't use bluetooth, install the original Slimbox version (2 GB or 4 GB) and it will be fine.
Hi in slimbox you just need to go in the box settings then go in slimBOXtv settings then go in Extra settings then go in System (Languages,time,backup...) then go in Languages & input then go in Physical keyboard Then clic on the first one on top 2.4G receiver default then clic on Set Up Keyboard Layouts (in blue) then choose the languages you want to use with keyboard.
Hello, I have a Vontar X3 with Slimbox v12 updated today, flashed with the MicroSD method. No problem in my device, using Burn Card Maker (remember unmark "erase bootloader", and if you want preserve your data and apps unmark "erase flash" too. For a clean install only unmark "erase bootloader")Hello Guys,
Is it possible to flash A95 F3 Air with MicroSD card method?
I am using this box with Slimbox v9, and i would like to update to v12. And if i remember correctly, i was doing flashing with MicroSD Card, pressed button inside 3,5mm hole and turn on the power cable.
Is this flashing method working or not? If not, the only one possible way to flash is via USB <--> USB (PC) ? Thanks...
You need to have ramdisk available to install magisk. Check on your device
Thanks for your reply.
cat /dev/block/boot > /sdcard/boot.img