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Review of EM6Q-MXQ Android Quad Core Media Player

September 23rd, 2014 Leave a comment Go to comments

After taking a few pictures of Eny EM6Q-MXQ Android media player, it’s time for a full review. I’ll first give my first impressions and go through the user interface, test video playback, test the system, network, and storage performance, try a few games, and check various hardware ports are working as they are supposed to do.

First Boot, Settings and First Impressions

I’ve inserted two AAA batteries in the provided infrared remote control to check it’s working, and it’s usable in the main user interface and XBMC, but once you start using most Android apps it’s useless, so I quickly switched to  Mele F10 Deluxe air mouse. Before powering up the device, I’ve connected an HDMI cable, an Ethernet cable, and made with use of the 4 USB ports by connecting two RF dongles (Air mouse and gamepad), a USB hard drive, and a UVC USB webcam. The box lacks a power button, so it starts as soon as you connect the power supply. The boot is pretty slow as it completes in about 1 minute 50 seconds…

EM6Q-MXQ Launcher (Click for Original Size)

EM6Q-MXQ Launcher (Click for Original Size)

The user interface is exactly the same as found in Amlogic S802 TV boxes such as M8 and Vega S89. With some big icons that are folders for apps, and a link to a custom Setting menu, and there’s a customizable shortcut bar at the bottom with smaller icons. The status bar is disabled by default, but I prefer to have it when using it with an air mouse, so I restored it via the Setting menu. The first boot, the resolution was automatically detected to 720p, but I changed that to 1080p60, and the resolution is indeed 1920×1080.

The “Setting” menu provides access a Metro-style interface for settings with four sub menus: Network, Display, Advanced and Other.

  • Network – Enable and configure Wi-Fi or Ethernet
  • Display:
    • Automatic or manual HDMI resolution: 480p/i @ 60 Hz, 576p/i @ 50 Hz, 720p @ 50/60 Hz, 1080i @ 50/60 Hz, or 1080p @ 50/60 Hz
    • CVBS Mode Setting: 480 CVBS or 576 CVBS (if Composite output selected on TV).
    • Hide or Show status bar
    • Display Position
    • Screen Save (Never, 4, 8 or 12 minutes)
  • Advanced:
    • Miracast
    • Remote Control (app)
    • CEC Control
    • Location for weather(Chinese cities only)
    • Screen Orientation settings
    • Digital Audio Output (Auto, PCM, S/PDIF pass-through, or HDMI pass-through)
  • Other – System Update: Local file or OTA (not working), Backup, and “More Settings” for standard  Android Settings.

I’ve tested the device using HDMI set to 1080p60 most of the time, but there’s also an AV port for connect to the composite input and RCA stereo audio port of older TVs, and it worked just fine for 480 CVBS and 576 CVBS settings.. Component (YPbPr) output however is not supported.

You can watch a video with the user interface walk-through, XBMC user interface, and H.265 video playback in MX Player.

In the standard Android Settings, About_MediaBox_hd18qEM6Q-MXQ’s 8GB NAND flash has a single partition (5.26 GB) with 4.95 GB free for both apps and data. The “About MediaBox” section indicates the model number as “hd18q″, that happens to be the name of the board, and the system runs Android 4.4.2 on top of Linux kernel 3.10.33. Root Checker confirmed the firmware is rooted. which can be convenient if you don’t have the right cable for the full-size USB OTG port on the device. The company gave me a link to the firmware (September 3), which brings peace of mind in case something goes wrong.

I could install all apps I tried with Google Play Store including Antutu, 3D Marks, ES File Explorer, MX Player, Beach Buggy Blitz, etc…  I did not try paid apps, as the only one I have requires Bluetooth, that’s not built-in into the device. I could also install Riptide GP2 via Amazon AppStore.

There’s no power button on the device, and the remote control only allows you to enter and leave standby mode, so the only way to actually power off the device is to disconnect the power adapter. The latest ARM based mini PCs powered by Amlogic S802 and Rockchip RK3288 get pretty hot, but as expected with a Cortex A5 processor, the temperature is pretty much under control. I measured 39°C and 51°C with an infrared thermometer respectively on the top and bottom of the box, right after running Android 5 benchmark. After playing Riptide GP2 for 20 minutes at 1080p, and a few hours of usage previously,  the maximum temperature on top and bottom reached 42°C and 65°C…

The system itself is very stable, and it only freezes when I try to play a 4K video in XBMC (100% reproducible). However, apps often exit for no obvious reasons. which in theory, could be some bugs within the apps themselves, but it happens a bit too often to my liking… Amlogic S805 is not designed to be the fastest processor around, but while the box runs smoothly most of the times, at other times the box is really sluggish, and becomes frustrating to use. It’s probably not because of the processor, but rather the NAND flash with poor performance, resulting on slow loading times (Close to 2 minutes boot time, XBMC loads in 12 seconds), and in a few instances, I’ve experience very high CPU usage (e.g. 10) with the blue bar (I/O interrupt time) taking most of the load. This compares to 20 seconds boot time, and 2 seconds XBMC start time on recent RK3288 devices with an eMMC. During high load, it may take over 5 seconds to reach the launcher after pressing the Home key of the remote, compared to virtually instantaneous access when there’s no I/O activity.

Video Playback

I played videos from a SAMBA share over Ethernet using XBMC, only switching to MX Player in case of issues. At first, I had some permissions issues connecting to a specific shared folder in XBMC, but eventually I could connect to SAMBA with both XBMC and ES File Explorer,

I started with videos from samplemedia.linaro.org, H.265/HEVC videos by Elecard, as well as a new VP9 video:

  • H.264 codec / MP4 container (Big Buck Bunny), 480p/720p/1080p – OK
  • MPEG2 codec / MPG container, 480p/720p/1080p – OK, but there’s a regular blinking effect (about 1sec) in  some scenes, especially visible with the grass and trees. The same issue happens in many devices.
  • MPEG4 codec, AVI container 480p/720p/1080p – OK
  • VC1 codec (WMV), 480p/720p/1080p – OK
  • Real Media (RMVB) – RV8, RV9, and RV10 – OK but not that smooth (S/W decode)
  • WebM / VP8 – 480p/720p OK, 1080p plays in slow motion
  • H.265 codec / MPEG TS container
    • XBMC – Audio only
    • MX Player – OK (H/W decode), but if you jump to another time in the video it will switch to S/W decode. Probably a bug in MX Player.
  • WebM / VP9 (no audio in video)
    • XBMC – Won’t even start
    • MX Player – OK (H/W decode).

Once I mostly lost control with the keys in XBMC, and I could only use the mouse pointer and the OK button. Same result with Mele F10 Deluxe or the included IR remote control. Restarting XBMC fixed the issue.

Now some higher bitrate videos:

  • ED_HD.avi – XBMC: audio only; MX Player: black screen only, no audio.
  • big_buck_bunny_1080p_surround.avi (1080p H.264 – 12 Mbps) – OK.
  • h264_1080p_hp_4.1_40mbps_birds.mkv (40 Mbps) – OK
  • hddvd_demo_17.5Mbps_1080p_VC1.mkv (17.5Mbps) – OK, but could be smoother, and XBMC reports skipped frames regularly.
  • Jellyfish-120-Mbps.mkv (120 Mbps video without audio) – OK (Play from USB hard drive)

High definition audio codec could be decoded (PCM output) in XBMC, but performance could be better:

  • AC3 – OK
  • Dolby Digital 5.1 / 7.1 – OK
  • TrueHD 5.1 – OK &
  • True HD 7.1 – Some audio cuts playing from SAMBA, OK from USB hard drive
  • DTS-MA – OK
  • DTS-HR – SAMBA: Audio completely cuts after a few seconds. USB: No problem with audio, but video feels slow.

Sintel-Bluray.iso video could play in XBMC, meaning Blu-ray ISO files are supported.

I also played some AVI, MKV, FLV, VOB and MP4 videos in my library. They could all play, and I did not notice any A/V sync issues, or other obvious problems with playback. I also tested XBMC stability by playing a complete 1080p video (1h50). Sometimes XBMC refuses to exit immediately, and I need to press the “Home” button to get the the main menu. This must be an XBMC issue, as I’ve had this problem in some other devices previously.

Links to various video samples used in this review and be found in “Where to get video, audio and images samples” post and comments.

Network Performance (Wi-Fi and Ethernet)

In order to test network performance, I simply transfer a 278 MB file between a SAMBA share (Ubuntu 14.04) and the internal flash, and vice versa, repeating the test three times with ES File Explorer. I left the Ethernet connected when I first tested Wi-Fi performance, and with the numbers I got during transfer, I decided to disconnect the Ethernet cable to make it was not done over Ethernet, as throughput peaked at up 5.0MB/s, whereas I’m usually lucky to see 3MB/s for most other devices. But this was all real, and when it comes with Wi-Fi performance, EM6Q-MXQ is truly amazing, and crushes the competition with an average throughput of 3.84 MB/s.

EM6Q-MXQ_Wi-Fi_Performance

Wi-Fi Performance in MB/s

I wonder if the internal Wi-Fi antenna connection to a stainless steel plate inside the case has anything to do with it.

Ethernet worked fine @ 100Mbps even connected to my pesky Gigabit switch.

EM6Q-MXQ_Ethernet_PerformanceI’ve also tested Ethernet performance with iPerf app to get a raw number using “iperf -t 60 -c 192.168.0.104 -d” command line. It does not max out the Ethernet bandwidth but I suppose the results are still decent, even though not outstanding. As reference, Kingnovel R6 achieved over 90 Mbits/sec in both directions via a Fast Ethernet switch.

Miscellaneous Tests

Bluetooth

EM6Q-MXQ does not support Bluetooth, at least the model I have, does not.

Storage

FAT32 formatted micro SD card and USB flash drive could be recognized and properly mounted by the system
I’ve also connected my USB 3.0 hard drive, and only NTFS and FAT32 could be mounted automatically, as for some reasons EXT-4 does not seems to be supported by Android.

File System Read Write
NTFS OK OK
EXT-4 Not mounted Not mounted
FAT32 OK OK
BTRFS Not mounted Not mounted

I’ve run A1 SD Bench  to benchmark performance of the USB hard drive and internal flash, starting with the NTFS partition in /storage/external_storage/sda1. The read speed was 30.35MB/s, and the write speed of 31.79MB/s, both of which are the best readings I’ve ever got, but only marginally better than the competition. We should probably expect very little variability between devices using USB 2.0, and see some performance boost and more variability with devices that support USB 3.0.

USB Hard Drive Throughput in MB/s

USB Hard Drive Throughput in MB/s

A slow internal storage can make a device behave very poorly, especially during write operation, and unfortunately the NAND flash used cripples a device that would otherwise be a pretty decent product.

Internal Storage Read and Write Speed (MB/s)

Internal Storage Read and Write Speed (MB/s)

This confirms the NAND flash is the likely cause of slow boot time, and apps loading times, as well as temporary, but annoying, slowdowns when flash is written to, for example while installing apps.

USB Webcam

My USB webcam with built-in microphone worked with Skype. I could test audio successfully with the Echo service in Skype, and I could see the video from the camera while making a call. Google Hangouts could detect the webcam, I could start a video call (ringing), and the webcam image was displayed albeit at a very slow framerate (1 or 2 fps), but after a few seconds massive colorful artifacts started to show up.

The Android camera is pre-installed, and I could take a few shots, and record a video.

Gaming

As usual, I’ve tested Candy Crush Saga, Beach Buggy Blitz, and Riptide GP2. I played Candy Crush Saga with my air mouse, and at the beginning audio cut due to I/O interrupts (kswapd0, irq/60-sdio processes), and logging into Facebook was sluggish as hell, but once actually playing the game, everything worked pretty well, and smoothly.

I played the two other games with Tronsmart Mars G01 wireless gamepad. Beach Buggy Blitz just as smooth as more recent processors (S802, RK3288) with default setting,s but when I maxed out the graphics settings, it was still very playable, but the framerate was impacted. Riptide GP2 was playable, but not perfectly smooth, actually not that much different from Amlogic S802. Decreasing the graphics quality improves playability (frame rate). I’ve raced on several circuits, and after the third circuits, I noticed the 3D image froze once. Playing a fourth games, it was clear I had the same problem as with Amlogic S802 (Probox2 EX), where the 3D image with just stop for a few seconds, before resuming, stop again and so on, but the 2D graphics (position on track) will still render properly and continuously.  So I checked the temperature and I got 42°C and 65°C on the top and bottom of the enclosure. I could be Mali-450MP GPU overheats due to the workload of this specific game, and does not work properly.

EM6Q-MXQ / Amlogic S805 Benchmarks

Since it’s the first device with Amlogic S802, I had to run CPU-Z.

Amlogic_S802_CPU-ZThe app correctly detect a quad core Cortex A5 @ 1.49 GHz with a Mali-450 MP GPU. The scaling governor is set to performance which explains why the cores’ frequency is set to 1488 MHz, as the developers preferred to give full performance to the system, since there’s no overheating issues. The screen resolution is set to 1920×1008 (not 1080 because I enabled the status bar on) with 1280×672 resolution in dp. 825 MB RAM is available to the system, and 5.26 GB internal storage as mentioned previously.

EM6Q-MXQ_Antutu_5.1

The device gets 16,647 points in Antutu 5.1, and is right at the bottom of the scale in the graphics chart. For reference RK3188 based device usually have a score just above 20,000, so I suppose this score is to be expected because of the slower CPU cores, and despite the faster GPU.  I’ll make a side-by-side comparison with Amlogic S802 in a separate post.

EM6Q-MXQ got 3985 points in Quadrant, close to the score of Asus Transformer Pad (TF201) tablet based on Nvidia Tegra 3.

Quadrant Score (Click to Enlarge)

Quadrant Score (Click to Enlarge)

I’ve also run Vellamo 3.x which shows a performance similar to Samsung Galaxy S3 smartphone (Exynos 4).

Vellamo_Amlogic_S805_EM6Q-MXQFor comparison with other devices, you can download Metal, Multicore, and Browser comparison charts.

Ice Storm Extreme test in 3DMark really shows the lower performance of the quad core Mali-450MP GPU used in S805 (Mali-450 MP2?) against something like Mali-T764 found in RK3288 SoC that gets a score three times higher. I haven’t tested Amlogic S802 with an eight core Mali-450 MP6 GPU yet.

3DMarks ICE Storm  Ultimate (Click to Enlarge)

3DMarks ICE Storm Ultimate (Click to Enlarge)

Conclusion

EM6Q-MXQ could really have been a low cost device with pretty good performance, where it not for the subpar NAND flash used in this hardware. Wi-Fi is the best I’ve ever seen, and by a large margin, video decoding is pretty good, although H.265 is still not supported in XBMC, and the firmware is stable, despite apps exiting randomly at times, but I wonder if it’s related to the I/O performance, and the app are just killed because the system does not respond fast enough.

PRO:

  • Best Wi-Fi performance I’ve ever experienced in a TV box, and by a wide margin.
  • The system is rather stable, and only hung once when trying to play a 4K video
  • Both 720p and 1080p user interfaces are supported
  • Decent video playback capabilities.
  • HEVC hardware video decoding support. Working in MX Player, but not with XBMC (yet)
  • Webcam supported in Skype (but the image was garbled in Google Hangouts)
  • 4x USB 2.0 host port available

CONS:

  • Very slow internal storage, leading to severe slowdowns especially while installing apps, or other write operations.
  • Apps may exit suddenly for no reason, maybe related to first point above.
  • Slow boot time, and apps loading times, most probably related to first point above
  • No proper power off (standby only)
  • Lack of Bluetooth support (No Bluetooth module)
  • No option for 24Hz, 25Hz, 30Hz video output

Eny Technology EM6Q-MXQ can be purchased on Aliexpress for about $70 including shipping. In that link, bothEM6Q-MXQ and MXQ S85 are listed so you’ll need to check the USB port (4x port with EM6Q-MXQ only), and/or the Red MX stripe found in S85 version. Resellers can visit EM6Q-MXQ product page to contact the company for larger orders.

  1. Significant
    September 23rd, 2014 at 19:31 | #1

    A guess. Try long pressing the power button on the remote to power off.

  2. Felima
    September 23rd, 2014 at 19:37 | #2

    Looks most spec is good.

  3. September 23rd, 2014 at 20:59 | #3

    @Significant
    I’ve tried that, but a long press will also make the device go to standby mode.

  4. dewie
    September 23rd, 2014 at 23:17 | #4

    Eny is known to use slow Nand & RAM chips in their boxes to cut costs, in their Amlogic and RK3188 boxes and even their new RK3288 EKB328 box. Their first EKB311B RK3188 TV Box even had fake firmware to show 2GB instead of 1GB RAM.
    If you want fast boot times and quality products rather pay more and get a device with quality chips. CPU & GPU is not all that is important in a TV box.

  5. September 25th, 2014 at 13:58 | #5

    @dewie
    Hi friend.

    1. ENY DDR and Flash most use samsung and Micron DDR3 and Flash.
    2. we not make any fake DDR in software. before.
    3. about quality product. hardware design, components choose. ROM, QC. this is important.

    dewie, Please show evidence

  6. Helmut Hagena
    September 25th, 2014 at 14:19 | #6

    this model is OK, XBMC 13.2 version full support .
    Kelvin, When your company AML S812 release?

  7. Helmut Hagena
    September 25th, 2014 at 14:21 | #7

    S805 not 4K , of couse. much cheap than others.
    H.265 is sell point

    • 8675309
      August 14th, 2016 at 02:44 | #8

      From a review of another s805 box I seen it was running kitkat so maybe amlogic didn’t provide 4k support for jellybean

  8. November 4th, 2014 at 16:40 | #9

    Em6Q-MXQ Version FW 20141104 . fix the remote stand XBMC problem.
    http://pan.baidu.com/s/1bneZzyf

  9. November 10th, 2014 at 16:19 | #10

    New firmware with version 2 UI (Stanard + AML). I’m not sure what that means I have not tried.
    http://pan.baidu.com/s/1sjK43nv

  10. Don Naylor
    March 25th, 2015 at 00:05 | #11

    Does anyone know how to hook these boxes up to home cinema for 5.1 surround sound.
    The sound system has an optical connection, video in, audio in and out connections.
    Have treid lotd of conversion cables, splitters etc. but still no joy….

  11. Greg
    April 21st, 2015 at 00:45 | #12

    Hi, hdmi out to your amplifier/home cinema hdmi in. And than go to kodi player settings and change to desired output 5.1/7.1

  12. Yavette
    April 24th, 2015 at 03:13 | #13

    Who would be your top 3 devices for XBMC or Kodi now? Doesn’t have to be Android but I do love it!

    I see the MXQ, MXII, and 20Q MXQ. Not sure which will be better.

    I don’t do games I just want to download the add-ons to cut my cable bill for good.
    thanks

  13. April 24th, 2015 at 09:26 | #14

    @Yavette
    I can’t say for sure, as software always evolve, but people seem to say to go with Intel right now:
    1. Asus Chromebox M004U + OpenELEC or KodiUbuntu – Everything works except 4K is limited to 30 fps, and HEVC to 1080p. I have not tried myself
    2. Intel Atom Z3735F + Windows 8.1 + Kodi – I’ve tested MeLE PCG03 – http://www.cnx-software.com/2015/01/31/kodi-14-video-playback-on-intel-atom-z3735f-computers-running-windows-8-1/. 4K and HEVC not support, and audio pass-through up to 5.1 only (not 7.1). Still pretty good
    3. Android TV box. Not sure which one to recommend here . Check MXQ S85, MINIX NEO X8-H, Probox2 EX, Vidon Box, etc…

  14. mongo
    June 5th, 2015 at 13:51 | #15

    i am having issues with audio dropping out. what settings should be used in kodi, to prevent the audio from stopping.

  15. Betty
    August 31st, 2015 at 23:55 | #16

    I am hving issues with the device blinking in and out

  16. Michael Taylor
    September 3rd, 2015 at 21:14 | #17

    Can I get sky sports on this box

  17. Tammy
    September 12th, 2015 at 22:54 | #18

    @dewie
    Dewie
    What system do you suggest would be a quality product for me to purchase?

  18. gary walsh
    September 30th, 2015 at 15:23 | #19

    Hi How Did you play the games did you use a controller?

    can it take a controller for games like my samsung tablet?

    i can plug in my ps3 controller (wired) and it works on samsung tablet

  19. slowstream
    October 7th, 2015 at 11:44 | #21

    Does someone know if one should expect lollipop ugrade for em6q since amlogic officially supports lollipop for s805? Or am I dreaming? Reason is I eager to try lollipop native usb audio with this tv box…

  20. Net
    December 5th, 2015 at 10:45 | #22

    Can anyone tell me how to change the storage settings for apps? It’s trying to download everything (including showbox movies) to the HD (currently full) not my USB?

  21. Sagga
    December 26th, 2015 at 21:35 | #23

    Unable to download movies as streaming errors always comes up.

    Do I need to install something to allow streaming

  22. December 27th, 2015 at 10:26 | #24

    @Sagga
    If you are using WiFi, try to switch to Ethernet.

  23. Sagga
    December 30th, 2015 at 20:01 | #25

    @cnxsoft

    Thanks, but still getting same problem.

    Some other sites work ok with both wifi and ethernet.

    I think i have to setup specific files for Genesis to start streaming as you dont even get to the screen that shows you the list of different sites to download.

    Any answers ?

  24. Mergin
    January 25th, 2016 at 03:03 | #26

    Hello. When I started to use it it turn off TV every 10-15 minutes and reopens again. anyone know about this problem?
    Thanks.

  25. albert exeart
    January 25th, 2016 at 18:46 | #27

    Hi,
    I did install The Beast in my mqx box,it seems that every time I reboot or repower the box,I lose the beast,it will not stay?Any reason,or does the box only support xmbc build?

    Will appreciate your input…
    Tks Albert

  26. Kevinmnroch
    January 25th, 2016 at 20:33 | #28

    I’ve loaded@ 10 MXQ android players with isengard v15.2 factory installed and none will maintain accurate date/time settings when powered down. And this causes many problems in kodi if not correct. Live shows/channels won’t play, can’t download apps In media browser(mbox home screen) and other annoying delays as I fumbled with realizing that this was a serious issue. Any advice or do I wait for an update? Any one else experiencing this problem? Also if trying to hook up to old tube tvs, with HD/RCA converter@$15, in mbox home screen go to settings>display>display position and click -(minus)button down to 80% for 4:3 displays. This allows a better access to features on the edge of the screen. Also set cursor speed(I turn down) in mbox home screen settings>other>more settings>language&input>pointer speed. Any advice get me at [email protected].

  27. Gaurav
    March 16th, 2016 at 20:06 | #29

    Can i connect Internet dongle to box, as currently i am trying to do so, but it doesn’t detect it, please help

  28. March 16th, 2016 at 20:20 | #30

    @Gaurav
    Do you mean Ethernet dongle? I guess it won’t work without modifying the firmware. Why would you do that?

  29. Travis Johnson
    March 30th, 2016 at 22:14 | #31

    if i were to use this device to stream media from an externally powered NFTS hard drive, what is the max size it can support\handle?

  30. bassitt
    March 30th, 2016 at 23:02 | #32

    re internet dongle..
    Is there anyway to connect the internet dongle to android box. I am going on away for a few weeks and know there is a tv at location but no internet i can use. I have also plugged dongle in but as No 28 it doesnt detect it
    can you help

  31. RICHARD
    April 28th, 2016 at 02:11 | #33

    mxq box having problems with a shit picture its like the picture has faded

  32. Jh21
    May 15th, 2016 at 23:01 | #34

    My box freezes accompanied by a very loud buzzing , any ideas?

  33. Anthony
    June 25th, 2016 at 15:55 | #35

    What is the external usb HDD size limit this device can accept? My HDD’s are 5TB+

  34. August 14th, 2016 at 11:02 | #36

    @8675309
    Amlogic S805 does not support 4K at all. I only tried to play a 4K video to make sure error handling was properly implemented, which at the time was not.

  35. Architekcik
    September 18th, 2016 at 19:59 | #37

    Hi guys, do you know maybe why my UI interface with MXQ OTT box is set up to 1280×720 even if HDMI connection is set up to 1920x1080P/60HZ? All videos are interpolated now to full HD but real resolution is only 720… Plz help 😀

  36. dan
    October 22nd, 2016 at 22:28 | #39

    hi i was wondering if its possible to put a bluetooth dongle into the box and connect that way to a wireless keyboard or phone? ive tried but cant work out if im going something wrong or its just not a thing you can do

  37. October 23rd, 2016 at 09:21 | #40

    @dan
    It’s possible in theory, but AFAIK in practice the firmware does not support it, so somebody would have to create firmware with USB Bluetooth support.

  38. Sam
    October 27th, 2016 at 04:47 | #41

    Great review thanks for making my dision easy

  39. ldntec
    January 15th, 2017 at 04:03 | #42

    o aparelho funciona como esperado, no entanto ele sofre de super aquecimento com facilidade, e quando isso acontece a frequencia da cpu diminui, isso causa travamentos horrorosos no app youtube e netflix. coloquei uma ventoinha de 12cm usb em baixo, por fora dele que e exatamente do mesmo tamanho dele por coincidencia, e assim funciona sem aquecer e sem travar.
    (estou no brasil -> clima tropical -> verao quente)

    The device works as expected, however it suffers from overheating with ease, and when this happens the frequency of cpu decreases, this causes huge freezes in the youtube and netflix app. I put a 12cm USB fan on the bottom, outside of it that’s exactly the same size as it, so it works without heating or lagging.

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