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  • WIN WIN WIN 7 years of Freaktab, thank you all WIN WIN WIN

    WIN WIN WIN 7 years of Freaktab, thank you all WIN WIN WIN



    Thanks to our Users, Sponsors, Devs and Mods:

    Click to win:


    http://freaktab.com/forum/freaktab-g...way#post720206


    What prizes do we have exactly in the Giveaway in order to win?

    1. OUKITEL WP5000

    2. PROBOX2 AVA

    3. ZIDOO H6 PRO

    4. UGOOS AM3

    5. UGOOS AM3

    6. UGOOS AM3

    7. RKM MK22
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  • New Android TV dongle passes through the FCC with Google Logo, Assistant enabled remote and Oreo on board


    If you’re a keen watcher of the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC), then a new device from Shenzhen SEI Robotics Co., Ltd. labelled a ‘4K ATV Stick’ will probably have piqued your interest, with the external photos showing off a HDMI dongle, with Google Logo running the latest version of Android TV and with a Google Assistant enabled voice remote.

    As you can see from the images the dongle is extremely reminiscent of the Chromecast dongles that have been massively popular
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  • Google removes ‘Kodi’ from search autocomplete in anti-piracy effort

    Google removes ‘Kodi’ from search autocomplete in anti-piracy effort

    Google has banned the term “Kodi” from its autocomplete feature, meaning those who look for information on the set-top box will have to type out the full term in order to search, as reported by TorrentFreak. Google has been increasing its anti-piracy efforts in recent years, banning terms from autocomplete and making changes to its search algorithms in order to demote copyright-infringing material.

    While Kodi is legal software in a set-top box for streaming, it supports a myriad of
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  • Google starts blocking its apps on uncertified Android devices

    Google starts blocking its apps on uncertified Android devices

    If you're fond of loading custom ROMs on your Android phone, life just became complicated. Google has quietly started blocking access to its apps on uncertified devices whose firmware was built after March 16th. If you're affected, you'll get a warning that a device is "not certified" and can't sign into a Google account. This won't prevent you from loading ROMs, but you'll have to register your device IDs on a white list every time you undergo a factory reset -- when there's a 100-ID...
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  • AMD Responds To CPU Security Flaw Report

    AMD Responds To CPU Security Flaw Report

    AMD has finally issued a full response to CTS Labs’ report that Ryzen and EPYC processors contain a total of 13 security flaws. Here’s the short version of the chipmakers’ response:
    • Exploitation of the vulnerabilities requires admin access
    • The vulnerabilities have to do with firmware and chipsets, not the x86 architecture
    • Patches are coming in the form of BIOS updates and firmware patches only--no microcode updates are required--via OEMs and ODMs
    • All issues will be addressed within “weeks,”
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  • SPMC creator ends the app’s development and joins the MrMC team

    SPMC creator ends the app’s development and joins the MrMC team



    Chris Browet, the creator of SPMC, a popular forked version of Kodi, has announced that he is joining the team behind MrMC, another popular forked version of Kodi. As a result, development of SPMC is coming to an end so that Browet, also commonly known by the handle koying, can concentrate on his new role of maintaining MrMC’s development for Android and Fire OS devices.

    MrMC and SPMC are easily among the most popular forked versions of Kodi, a media center app that is
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  • Researchers Who Found AMD CPU Flaws Explain Chaotic Disclosure

    Researchers Who Found AMD CPU Flaws Explain Chaotic Disclosure



    Ilia Luk-Zilberman, the Chief Technical Officer (CTO) of CTS Labs, the company behind yesterday's disclosure of 13 vulnerabilities affecting AMD processors, has published an open letter today, explaining his company's controversial actions that managed to enrage a huge portion of the tech and security research communities.

    CTS Labs faced a massive backlash yesterday, on a scale rarely seen in the security industry, for the way it decided to approach the process of "vulnerability
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  • Android based Station OS Firmware Focuses on Multimedia and Retro Gaming for ROC-RK3328-CC and Firefly-RK3399 Boards

    If you’re interesting in gaming and multimedia, one choice is to run Linux based RetrOrangePi or RetroPie on your favorite development board/SBC, and soon, with the upcoming release of Kodi 18, multimedia and retro gaming will just be an app installation away in Android, and other supported operating systems, since RetroPlayer retro-gaming emulator is part of the latest – and yet-to-be-released – version of Kodi.

    In the meantime, if you own a ROC-RK3328-CC and/or Firefly-RK3399 board(s),
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  • so it begins Oreo on the Mini M8S II (WIP)

    so it begins Oreo on the Mini M8S II (WIP)

    Thanks to the work of lewy20041 work in progress for Oreo on the Mini M8S II

    03-13-2018, 00:02
    Android Oreo For Mini M8S II





    What is working:
    - WiFi
    - Ethernet
    - Bluetooth
    - USB
    - Playstore
    - Etc.

    Whats not working:
    - Blue led is powered off after bootloader starts kernel (minor issue, will fix in future)

    Whats new:
    - New bootloader compiled from source
    *selinux permisive
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  • Intel Hades Canon NUC Core i7 And Radeon RX Vega M Benchmarks Leak, 1080p Ultra Playable

    Intel Hades Canon NUC Core i7 And Radeon RX Vega M Benchmarks Leak, 1080p Ultra Playable



    Intel first announced its Hades Canon NUC back at CES, and it packs quite a lot of power into a pint-sized package. While Intel NUCs don't generally get as much attention as they deserve, Hades Canyon is partially special given that it is powered by Intel's latest 8th generation Kaby Lake-G processors with on-package Radeon RX Vega M GPUs.

    Korean hardware site Playwares has posted the first benchmarks of Hades Canyon, which in this case is powered by a Core i7-8809G processor.
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