Updating tv firmware
I think it sucks when I buy something and find that there’s no tech support after the sale.
Part of setting up your Android TV box is to make sure its got the latest firmware.
This list has most of the major TV box manufacturers on it that have download pages for their products.
Some big companies (I’m looking at you Bee Link) don’t have a firmware page and have yet to return any of my emails asking about new firmware.
Just because someone has a high feedback, doesn’t mean they’re a good seller.
Essentially, you’ve created a really expensive paperweight, or brick.
To be clear: if you try to put a firmware on your device that wasn’t meant for it, you could ‘brick’ your TV box, making it useless.
That’s one of the huge advantages of the Google Nexus line of smartphones. You see, its up to the manufacturer when they want to roll out an Operating System upgrade – if they want to at all. I hate to break it to you, but buying a TV box from someone you met at a local fair, or worse, a random person on e Bay or Craigslist is asking for trouble.
To be perfectly blunt, most manufacturers would rather spend their money developing new products than upgrading old ones. Sure, there are reputable sellers on e Bay – absolutely.
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They may have nothing in common with the original, or even be made by the same company.