8 responses

  1. Job
    May 9, 2013

    Thanks for the review :) Just oredered one

  2. Paulo
    May 24, 2013

    Buenas tardes.
    Se puede saber si la barra de android oculta automáticamente cuando estamos viendo una película?

  3. cnxsoft
    May 24, 2013

    @Paulo
    Sorry, I don’t own the box so I don’t know. But you can ask in Spanish directly here: http://androidpc.es/blog/2013/05/06/analisis-10moons-d6-un-gran-tv-box-low-cost/

  4. Paulo
    May 25, 2013

    Ok. Thanks :)

  5. Paulo
    May 26, 2013

    Job :
    Thanks for the review Just oredered one

    Hi. Did you have already received your box.
    Can you tell me if the android bar hides automatically or if you have this option for when you’re using xbmc?

  6. cengiz
    June 11, 2013

    hi
    i bought this product e few weeks ago everything is fine but i have a problem
    when i try watch some online streaming video, system blocked
    for example
    this address
    http://viooz.co/movies/17702-iron-man-3-2013.html
    i push play button (another problem never accept first click)
    video playing but when i try full screen system block.

    the page has become unresponsive
    do you want to close it?
    yes no

    after i find a different rom on this site for my android tv box,
    http://www.cnx-software.com/2013/05/08/review-of-bluetimes-mx5-android-4-2-2-set-top-box/
    but still same problem
    do you have any solution?

  7. Al Winston
    August 14, 2013

    This is a company whose products you do NOT want to deal with. This Blue Times or Bluetimes or whatever they are calling themselves these days are a crank outfit from China. They sell and advertise on Alibaba and Aliexpress, sites which have their own problems with ethics. Blue Times knowingly lies about their products and do not support them nor support returns. I made the mistake (and am telling you so you don’t have to suffer) and bought through the scummy Aliexpress the Bluetimes c500b media player. The player worked (and worked well, could handle any mkv file thrown at it and had working connections for SATA drives, USB 2.0) but Wifi was disabled, which was a key feature of the unit. I contacted them by email and Bluetimes admitted their firmware crippled Wifi on the Realtek 1185/6 chipset and they do not upgrade firmware nor accept returns. This was completely the opposite of how the unit is marketed and advertised. Their tech support suggested a third party firmware from a Russian site that promptly bricked the unit, then they would not accept a return. You have been warned, so if you buy their stuff, you take your chances. I advis going with Western Digital, or if you want to try something a little more robust with mkv files, the KDLinks units.

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