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Yeah… There is a new Android TV Box from Beelink. Unlike normal TV box, it can be used to record video through HDMI input to 2.5 inches hard disk. Picture-in-picture (PiP) is working as well too. Yes, you can use the hard drive to store all your favourite movie, songs and photos. Beelink SEA I is the star today. It is loaded with Realtek 1295 DD Quad-Core ARM Cortex-A53, 2GB DDR4 RAM and 16GB eMMC. Powered by ARM Mali-T820MP3 GPU for 3D games. There are dual band AC 2.4G + 5.8G wireless, Bluetooth 4.0 and 1000Mbps LAN connections. By the way, there is a USB3.0 port too…

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WeTek Hub is a solid and well performed Android TV Box. And it is highly maintained by WeTek support too. Therefore, there are several WeOS ROM available for you to download then. Or you can upgrade through Over-the-air programming (OTA) method too. Anyway, original firmware is used to downgrade or change back from custom ROM. Else OTA upgrade should fit the bill for most users out there. For example, if you don’t like WeOS v2.0.1 due to slow performance, you can always downgrade back to WeOS v1.0.2. That’s it. So far, official ROM is still based on Android 5.0 Lollipop. Version 6 Marshmallow is coming up soon after WeTek Support had done all the testings…

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Thanks HiMedia for great support. Yup, here is the latest Android 7.0 firmware for HiMedia Q10 Pro – HMD-2.0.1 2017-01-10.164949 for you to download and install. As usual, new firmware fixed some issues, has some improvements and added some new stuffs. It might not solve all the previously reported issues but HiMedia is working there to fix them. The last HiMedia Q10 Pro Android 7 firmware is based on November. So HiMedia took 2 months to come out a new one. If Android 7 is not your cup of tea, you can always downgrade to Android 5.1 firmware. Yes, HiMedia continues to support both firmwares on HiMedia Q10 Pro and Q5 Pro. Isn’t that great?

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Google did not like external storage accessories such as SD cards. You can’t install applications on external microSD card. However, things changed after Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Yup, Android 6.0 introduces the ability to adopt external storage media to act like internal storage. Applications and data can be stored at external storage from now on. External storage media is formatted and encrypted when adopted. And can work with a single Android device at a time only. So it is safe to store both apps and private data for all users.

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Android supports game controller natively on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich onwards. Android 4.1 Jelly Bean (Android 3.2 Honeycomb too), Android 4.4 Kitkat, Android 5.0 Lollipop, Android 6.0 Marshmallow and Android 7.0 Nougat are supported for sure. So users can play games with Bluetooth or USB gamepad on Android tablet like Google Nexus 7 and Asus Transformer Pad Infinity TF700. Lot of type of Android games support gamepad natively like racing, first person shooter, action, 3rd person shooter. These games are great to play with game controller like DualShock 3 Wireless Controller, Logitech Wireless Gamepad F710, Xbox 360 Controller and Wii Remote. So I gather and come out a list of Android games with native gamepad support. By the way, do check out my latest joystick too – GameSir G4s Review. Don’t forget latest PlayStation DualShock 4 controller too. And popular and value Xiaomi Wireless Bluetooth Gamepad…

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