Rockchip RK3288 quad core Arm Cortex A17 processor was first released in early 2014 with Android 4.4, and TV boxes that are still sold with the processor – e.g. Lenovo G66 – often still come with Android 4.4 or Android 5.1, and development boards do barely better as ASUS Tinker Board supports Android 6.0.1, while Firefly-RK3288 may never get its expected Marshmallow update.
Some of the features and Ugoos specific settings available in the firmware include:
- CIFS & NFS Clients Support, Samba Server
- Masked HDMI
- Screen Rotation
- Root access
- Hardware Monitor
- Wireless Assistant
- Gamepad Settings
- Debug Settings
- User Scripts
- USB Mode Settings
If you want more details about what each setting does, read the post about Ugoos settings.
Try try it out with your Ugoos TV box, download the firmware file from MEGA, and flash it with Android Tool in Windows. I you own a Ugoos UT3+ TV box, you’d have to wait a little longer, since the company is still working on HDMI input in Android Nougat.