MK802II firmwares gathered on one place!

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Re: MK802II firmwares gathered on one place!

Postby danyrolux » Thu Apr 25, 2013 4:40 pm

Just added a new one, I hope you like it...
46. Mele A10 v2.0.1 20130411 Metro / Modern UI firmware

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Re: MK802II firmwares gathered on one place!

Postby DanSolo » Thu Apr 25, 2013 7:53 pm

Magnus33 wrote:
DanSolo wrote:Hi all. Very happy with the stock ROM except for the awful WiFi speed. Everything else is great. Could someone suggest a ROM close to the stock which has a probable better WiFi?
Thanks!



Uhost U1A-404.000.10.121024 firmware

Merely chose the stock launcher when it gives you the choice or use the fancy one its got ..up to you.

Rock stable, 24 or 12 hour clock, resolution selection, fast stable wireless.
That is a good firmware, very fast and stable.
But it crashes whenever I try to put Flash into fullscreen. :-(
Is there a ROM that handles fullscreen Flash OK?
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Re: MK802II firmwares gathered on one place!

Postby Magnus33 » Thu Apr 25, 2013 8:30 pm

That's not the firmware its the flash that likely outdated.

Get the latest from here and install like any apk and see if it fixes it.
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthr ... ?t=1774336
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Re: MK802II firmwares gathered on one place!

Postby DanSolo » Fri Apr 26, 2013 8:27 pm

Magnus33 wrote:That's not the firmware its the flash that likely outdated.

Get the latest from here and install like any apk and see if it fixes it.
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthr ... ?t=1774336
Tried it. Streams play pretty good in Dolphin until I hit fullscreen, then they crash. Go out of fullscreen and the stream is frozen. I have to force close and restart the browser to make it work again.
Same deal with the stock browser.
Maybe it just can't be done.
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Re: MK802II firmwares gathered on one place!

Postby Magnus33 » Fri Apr 26, 2013 10:03 pm

It can i ran into that problem on both those browsers.

Think it worked in firefox i can't remember if it did in chrome.
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Re: MK802II firmwares gathered on one place!

Postby DanSolo » Sat Apr 27, 2013 8:27 am

Magnus33 wrote:It can i ran into that problem on both those browsers.

Think it worked in firefox i can't remember if it did in chrome.
I don't think it's the browser, as the stream runs relatively OK. It's only when I go fullscreen the screen goes black, but the sound plays on for a while. There a few on screen buttons still there which might be interfering with the Flash player? Can on screen buttons be turned off?
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Re: MK802II firmwares gathered on one place!

Postby Magnus33 » Sat Apr 27, 2013 6:51 pm

Uninstall flash then reinstall/reboot and try the stock browser.

Its not the devices but flash itself that's the issue.

Stock and opera seem to work the best with flash.
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Re: MK802II firmwares gathered on one place!

Postby DanSolo » Sun Apr 28, 2013 8:04 pm

Uninstalled Flash.
Reinstalled latest Flash.
Tried Android, Dolphin, Opera browsers... play a bit then crash when I click fullscreen.
I think I might have to go back to the old firmware. I'd prefer functionality over stability. I notice too that even with just a few browsers installed, I get told "ULauncher is not responding" when I boot up. Hardly a good sign...
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Re: MK802II firmwares gathered on one place!

Postby DanSolo » Sat May 04, 2013 3:35 pm

I went back to the "stock" ROM from this website, which doesn't crash in full screen Flash.
BUT...
The system is overall so slow that it can't play streaming Flash video properly now anyway.
Talk about a pain in the...
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Re: MK802II firmwares gathered on one place!

Postby Magnus33 » Sat May 04, 2013 4:28 pm

What are you using flash for ?
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