X92 3gig/32gig Android Box Review

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    Mickey said:

    Default X92 3gig/32gig Android Box Review

    Well as some of you know my H96 pro+ totally fcked up when I installed superuser from the play store. So I decided to get another totally different box.
    managed to get it on fleabay for 57 inc a keypad which is ok but will prob not use as I have a Bluetooth mouse/keyboard.
    I turned it on to be presented with a really nice intro, a lot more pleasing on the eye to the H96. It has Android 7.1.2 and seems to be a nice lil box.
    The only issue I have is that it says my box is incompatible to play BBC iPlayer lmao. well that's no real big loss.
    The box basically runs just like the H96 but seems a tad quicker at installing APKs and things. The tinternet speed is about the same as said H96


    Review here but this has 6.2 marshmallow, mines updated from the sellers

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    the newer boxes come pre-loaded with android 7.2
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    Clownfish said:

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    Your H96+ box ... is it proper fooked?
    I'd try to salvage it with LibreElec.
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    Mickey said:

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    cant even use a flash on it as the screen wont go into recovery mode by pressing in the reset and powering the device up
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    Clownfish said:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mickey View Post
    cant even use a flash on it as the screen wont go into recovery mode by pressing in the reset and powering the device up
    My apologies if you've tried all this before ....
    There's a thread over on Freaktab discussing the SuperSU brick thing.
    It looks like you may be able to get TWRP to boot off SD card and de-brick that way round.
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