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  • Is there anyone who is playing PES 2018, online matches using X92. If so, which firmware are you using?

    I am using 6.1, when connecting online match, I am getting this message "An error has occurred. Please make sure your Network Settings are configured correctly"

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    • Originally posted by leemakosa View Post
      Is there anyone who is playing PES 2018, online matches using X92. If so, which firmware are you using?

      I am using 6.1, when connecting online match, I am getting this message "An error has occurred. Please make sure your Network Settings are configured correctly"
      Is not something unique to x92. If you search internet, a few people complained about this. But no answer was given.

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      • Originally posted by DreamB0yDani View Post
        Hi everyone,

        I haven't been able to keep myself updated with the recent ROMs. I am currently on Ugoos Android 6 (2016) firmware.

        Just wanted to know the latest Android 7 is this: https://mega.nz/#!OwlkEDRJ!CnLslKiCi...Zt3mX9Mbnq-oq0

        Right?

        EDIT: Nevermind. I thought its custom ROM. I would appreciate if someone has a link to Android 7 custom ROM.
        Custom ROM meaning non-stock ROM ?

        So far I think there are two non-stock ROM for android 7, ie Rikomatic mk22 and Android 7.1.2 from vasily_5.


        You can get the link from this thread or from 4pda.ru.

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        • Really amazing after so many users on this forum advocated the Rikomagic ROM, that nobody has reported yet that it doesn't detect any external storage.

          Also when you apply the SU setup it will remain indefinitely booting.

          WOW, just WOW

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          • Originally posted by Jancales View Post
            Really amazing after so many users on this forum advocated the Rikomagic ROM, that nobody has reported yet that it doesn't detect any external storage.

            Also when you apply the SU setup it will remain indefinitely booting.

            WOW, just WOW
            It does not occur to me it has such a problem. If it does not detect external storage, you can try the boot image I posted earlier. Less than 30M download only. I use it and I don't have problem with it not detecting external storage.

            Su is only a very tiny issue. Just boot up using twrp, you can install any form of root you like.
            ┬*

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            • Originally posted by mxqpro View Post

              It does not occur to me it has such a problem. If it does not detect external storage, you can try the boot image I posted earlier. Less than 30M download only. I use it and I don't have problem with it not detecting external storage.

              Su is only a very tiny issue. Just boot up using twrp, you can install any form of root you like.
              ┬*
              Your boot image requires to have sd card inserted permanently. Is that correct?

              Since the RKM firmware I flsahed twice already, doesn't see any external storage, I assume it will also not see the sd card

              Is there an option to have it flashed, as to free up the sd card slot?

              Is it tested on the RKM rom, as i see you use it on Vasily

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              • Originally posted by Jancales View Post

                Your boot image requires to have sd card inserted permanently. Is that correct?

                Since the RKM firmware I flsahed twice already, doesn't see any external storage, I assume it will also not see the sd card

                Is there an option to have it flashed, as to free up the sd card slot?

                Is it tested on the RKM rom, as i see you use it on Vasily
                The boot image is only required during booting. After that, it can be ejected.

                But once are you comfortable with the quality of the changes, you can install it into your internal flash.

                But I am still not very convinced that RKM firmware cannot detect external storage. I shall test it out one of these days.

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                • Originally posted by mxqpro View Post

                  The boot image is only required during booting. After that, it can be ejected.

                  But once are you comfortable with the quality of the changes, you can install it into your internal flash.

                  But I am still not very convinced that RKM firmware cannot detect external storage. I shall test it out one of these days.
                  Flashed RKM twice, none of the USB visible in any file explorer or in the storage settings, though the USB ports work as I have usb air mouse working in it.
                  I tried usb 2.0 and 3.0 drives and tested all 4 ports.

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                  • Originally posted by MekkelRichards View Post
                    I have flashed the 7.1 firmware. I have a 3GB version. The file I used was downloaded from MEGA (posted on page 25 & attached to this post).

                    A screenshot is attached to this post of my Settings > About Media Box >

                    So far I don't notice anything new.
                    Please explain how you "flashed" this file, since it isn't an image file.

                    Flashing you do with USB burning tool and needs an image

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                    • Originally posted by Jancales View Post

                      Flashed RKM twice, none of the USB visible in any file explorer or in the storage settings, though the USB ports work as I have usb air mouse working in it.
                      I tried usb 2.0 and 3.0 drives and tested all 4 ports.
                      You can open up the terminal and issue command 'lsmod' to check if the usb driver is loaded. If you have root, then you can manually load the driver. Then essential modules names are 'dwc_otg' and 'dwc3'. The modules should be somewhere in the /system/lib or deeper, file name ends with '.ko'.

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                      • Originally posted by mxqpro View Post

                        You can open up the terminal and issue command 'lsmod' to check if the usb driver is loaded. If you have root, then you can manually load the driver. Then essential modules names are 'dwc_otg' and 'dwc3'. The modules should be somewhere in the /system/lib or deeper.
                        I will try that later, but I assume the drivers are loaded, otherwise the air mouse would work as it need the receiver inserted in one of the usb slots

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                        • Originally posted by Jancales View Post

                          I will try that later, but I assume the drivers are loaded, otherwise the air mouse would work as it need the receiver inserted in one of the usb slots
                          Air mouse drivers and usb storage drivers are not the same.

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                          • 7.1.2 ATV img ( for use with USB Burning tool). A friend shared it with me. It is made for TX8_max but works perfectly with my X92 3/16... https://drive.google.com/file/d/11bo...ew?usp=sharing

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                            • It also has TWRP 3.1.1 recovery built in built into img as well...

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                              • Originally posted by bishoplog24 View Post
                                7.1.2 ATV img ( for use with USB Burning tool). A friend shared it with me. It is made for TX8_max but works perfectly with my X92 3/16... https://drive.google.com/file/d/11bo...ew?usp=sharing
                                Thanks for that. Does display work?

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