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A95X F3 Amlogic S905x3 8K Video Decode Android 9.0 TV Box RGB Light 4GB/32GB

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  • O.C.2
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    I got the device with the 2020 firmware and its fine. This is the previous official firmware ("It is suitable for A95X F3 Amlogic S905x3 TV Box of 2GB/16GB, 4GB/32GB and 4GB/64GB") not slim not air, if someone needs it:

    http://blog.geekbuying.com/2019/11/a...date-20191017/

    I wonder if we can try other firmwares (from other devices) with the same safe SD method we use for CoreELEC EmuELEC.

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  • cikkucippic
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    folks this is the correct link for the A95X F3 RGB factory firmware A95X F3 -S905X3-D3X4.zip



    https://drive.google.com/uc?id=1rNHg...xport=download

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  • cikkucippic
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    Hi all
    as already mentioned I received a brand new, A95X F3 RGB box, only to find that it was bricked at startup !!

    The vendors sent me this link, with both an image , a zip file and all the latest tools ! It actually says it is for the AIR model, but, it is working excellent, apart from the usual slow movement of the remote on the browser, typical of all boxes. I tried to put it in the downloads section of the forum, but, couldn’t find the post button

    Official factory firmware for A95X F3 RGB S905x3 A55

    https://drive.google.com/uc?id=1rNHg...xport=download

    enjoy


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  • masher17
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    Gante ...thanks for that info wow I am not going to update mine, it works well the way it is now, i just needed to hear from someone if they tried it and what its like....Thank You

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  • Gante
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    Yes, that 2020.03.06 is bad. Unfortunately, he is causing problems me.
    Fortunately, 20191017 is going well.
    Although it has problems with the file manager, I installed other one, so it's also good.

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  • masher17
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    Gante my A95X F3 RGB Light mine has the firmware 2019.11.25 and runs well, i keep getting a system firmware update to 2020.03.06 ..and did you update to that firmware?

    I haven't updated mine cause i think it my have problems if i do.

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  • Gante
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    Last firmware 2020 for A95X F3 RGB Light makes have problems in Kodi.
    This firmware makes small cubes in IPTV Simple Client. Not on all channels, but it does. In my second box, other brands don't.
    I installed the previous firmware 20191017 and it's okay here.
    Does anyone have a this experience?

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  • masher17
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    cikkucippic send it back my friend, i had a A95XF2 that was messed up, no WiFi or Ethernet connection would work, i got my money back, it was from Gearbest

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  • cikkucippic
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    My A95X F3 RGB came yesterday, only to be frustrated with a bricked box, stuck on boot, just showing the A95X logo.
    Tried various firmware images , but, stuck on recovery mode Droidlogic ..............etc . Tried to boot from ext sd card, To no vail.
    I have wiped the partition and created a new fat partition on the sd cards, prior to burning.

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  • O.C.2
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    Hey everyone, I tried GeForce Now and I was shocked how good this runs but unfortunately after a while I get only audio with black screen (after a while it fixes by itself but then again). I tried ethernet and lowering resolution thinking overheating but the device plays even 8k video and GeforceNow is just video stream right? Anyone else tried it? Here's the official app
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...dia.geforcenow

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  • lightsout
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    Originally posted by RiCkLaR_atvX View Post

    Well that is a completely different topic, the X2 Cube has a recent firmware release with DUAL-BOOT from eMMC made by Ugoos Team, and according to CoreELEC forum and CE Team it is not done properly with the partition sizes not the correct size. So, it is still best done with a SDcard or USB-drive to boot CoreELEC and leave Android alone on eMMC. If you get the Reboot-To-LibreELEC.apk then should be fine to boot from Android to CoreELEC, and CE is smart enough to have option to Reboot back to Android. Hopefully you don't have the DUAL-BOOT firmware when your device arrives and can just start using CoreELEC the standard way with a secondary storage device.
    No I understand thats why I mentioned dual booting with two storage types. I saw what the CE team said about the firmware but I will probably try it anyways. I believe they were just
    commenting that the partition was not totally untouched. Also there is only 1.5gb for the CE partition which has caused trouble for some. I'll play around with it whenever I show up. There is
    a rom here that has CE and Android TV which would be ideal for me. Not sure I would ever use a table OS on a TV. Seems pretty painful.

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  • RiCkLaR_atvX
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    Originally posted by lightsout View Post
    Thanks, I have an X2 cube on the way and have had a hard time nailing down how dual booting is done with two types of storage.
    I assume something like this would have to be done at every reboot? At least dual booting is an option I suppose.
    Well that is a completely different topic, the X2 Cube has a recent firmware release with DUAL-BOOT from eMMC made by Ugoos Team, and according to CoreELEC forum and CE Team it is not done properly with the partition sizes not the correct size. So, it is still best done with a SDcard or USB-drive to boot CoreELEC and leave Android alone on eMMC. If you get the Reboot-To-LibreELEC.apk then should be fine to boot from Android to CoreELEC, and CE is smart enough to have option to Reboot back to Android. Hopefully you don't have the DUAL-BOOT firmware when your device arrives and can just start using CoreELEC the standard way with a secondary storage device.

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  • lightsout
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    Originally posted by RiCkLaR_atvX View Post

    I don't have this specific device.... So assuming you already know how to make a bootable USB drive with the CE firmware plus Etcher software, just insert USB into the OTG port if it is marked(if not marked do the 2.0 first then try the 3.0) and use the "Reboot to LibreELEC" APP that is on Play Store and see if it will boot to CoreELEC, if that fails try command line if that fails unplug device and hold reset button with Sim Extractor or Toothpick and and plug device back in and should boot up and show CoreELEC splash screen. I believe someone said on CoreELEC forum that had this device they used SDcard and the Reboot App and device worked with CoreELEC, so should work with USB as well.
    Thanks, I have an X2 cube on the way and have had a hard time nailing down how dual booting is done with two types of storage.

    I assume something like this would have to be done at every reboot? At least dual booting is an option I suppose.

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  • RiCkLaR_atvX
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    Originally posted by lightsout View Post
    Is there anything special you have to do to get it to boot from the USB drive?
    I don't have this specific device.... So assuming you already know how to make a bootable USB drive with the CE firmware plus Etcher software, just insert USB into the OTG port if it is marked(if not marked do the 2.0 first then try the 3.0) and use the "Reboot to LibreELEC" APP that is on Play Store and see if it will boot to CoreELEC, if that fails try command line <type# reboot update > if that fails unplug device and hold reset button with Sim Extractor or Toothpick and and plug device back in and should boot up and show CoreELEC splash screen. I believe someone said on CoreELEC forum that had this device they used SDcard and the Reboot App and device worked with CoreELEC, so should work with USB as well.

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  • lightsout
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    Originally posted by RiCkLaR_atvX View Post

    Quote from CoreELEC team member for this device: "No internal CoreELEC eMMC installs have succeeded due to a possible encrypted bootloader."

    I prefer to run CE from a Samsung USB-3.0 drive either 16GB up to 64GB, even if device will only boot from USB-2.0_OTG-port, and never install it to eMMC unless you are using a SBC board like the Odroid-N2 or Khadas VIM3L.
    Is there anything special you have to do to get it to boot from the USB drive?

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