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    MX2 Android TV Box cant access recovery mode ?

    Hello,i bought a MX2 recently and want to change the firmware but i cant seem to get it to boot to the android recovery mode using the toothpick way on boot.

    I bought it from http://www.droidsticks.co.uk/ here in England and they are not being very helpful with this.

    I dont think they want to to use another firmware as they one they sell is heavily branded to them even when it boots i get androidsticks logo.

    Any help on this guys would be great

    Thanks in advance

  • #2
    Originally posted by Didds View Post
    MX2 Android TV Box cant access recovery mode ?

    Hello,i bought a MX2 recently and want to change the firmware but i cant seem to get it to boot to the android recovery mode using the toothpick way on boot.

    I bought it from http://www.droidsticks.co.uk/ here in England and they are not being very helpful with this.

    I dont think they want to to use another firmware as they one they sell is heavily branded to them even when it boots i get androidsticks logo.

    Any help on this guys would be great

    Thanks in advance
    The MX2 on their site appears to be different hardware than the imito mx2. This is an imito mx2: http://www.amazon.com/iMito-MX2-Andr...CME5X2A6N2XPX9

    is this what you have:
    http://www.droidsticks.co.uk/shop/mx...l-core-tv-box/

    i am am a noob so I may be completely wrong however yes are many sticks that have the same architecture. However, I think you may need to try to identify the actually main board model number first. You may brick the unit if you try to use any of the linked roms in this sub.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by goodhur View Post
      The MX2 on their site appears to be different hardware than the imito mx2. This is an imito mx2: http://www.amazon.com/iMito-MX2-Andr...CME5X2A6N2XPX9

      is this what you have:
      http://www.droidsticks.co.uk/shop/mx...l-core-tv-box/

      i am am a noob so I may be completely wrong however yes are many sticks that have the same architecture. However, I think you may need to try to identify the actually main board model number first. You may brick the unit if you try to use any of the linked roms in this sub.


      Thanks for the advise,in the end they gave me the info i needed and i had to use a recovery app from the store to boot into recovery mode and flash from there.

      Thanks again

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      • #4
        me2

        I flashed a ROM from their site and also lost recovery. Flashed from ADB over WiFi to restore recovery. To be fair it is the best ROM I have used and the only way they can make sure the boxes run smoothly and honour warranties. But yes it's def not imito mx2 so where is mx2 smart tv box forum.
        Last edited by james1089; 09-17-2014, 10:57.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Didds View Post
          Thanks for the advise,in the end they gave me the info i needed and i had to use a recovery app from the store to boot into recovery mode and flash from there.

          Thanks again
          Which recovery app did you use? I also cannot get into recovery no matter what I do.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by polys View Post
            Which recovery app did you use? I also cannot get into recovery no matter what I do.
            Androidphonesoft Android Recovery is the app I used for data recovery. It has various utilities to help you get out of recovery mode and restore deleted files from Android.
            Last edited by lanickerr; 06-13-2016, 18:19.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by lanickerr View Post

              Androidphonesoft Android Recovery is the app I used for data recovery. It has various utilities to help you get out of recovery mode and restore deleted files from Android.

              There are lots of recovery apps that can get back lost data from Android, but most of them need to root device and not for free.
              Last edited by Shehab; 12-04-2017, 23:20.

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