Archive name: AM1_0.0.4.img
Archive file size: 426 MB
Platform: AMLogic S905
Inside archive: firmware + USB_Burning_Tool_v18.104.22.168-build7 + amlogic reflashing guide+ota.pdf
Change liss v.0.0.4 – 10/03/2016
usb: add usb host/otg switch
added HW Monitor (network usage, cpu info, ram info)
add Samba Server
added dismissAll button in “Recents Tasks” menu
add remote control switch in settings AM1
app: update kodi to 16.0
bluetooth: enable transfer all file types
system: add device serial number from emmc serial
system: add firmware version to settings -> about
rotation fix UI can’t fresh issue when click by mouse
system: hdcp: off due problems with black screen
system: wrong device name fix AM2
gapps: crash fix
amlogic commits merged
0.0.4 Firmware will come with Remote controller switcher: This new features will be a first step to unify remote controllers for Ugoos devices. Now we add two RC to switcher and our customers can check it by themselves. If this option will be useful, we will extend amount of remote controllers and share this solution among brand Ugoos boxes. Run remote controller switcher: Settings – Ugoos settings – Hardware – Remote controller.
Hardware monitor. Changes also affected the hardware performance visualization. Now you can control your Box hardware performance more effectively. We added ability to place animated graphic icons in the upper bar, which can show real time main hardware values:
Download and upload net speed
You also can choose to show text values or just animated graphics statistics in upper bar. You can exclude or left every value. In order to activate hardware screen visualization run Settings – Ugoos settings – System – HW Monitor.
File server allows sharing files between different OS devices. This feature was one of the most popular functions on Ugoos boxes based on Android 4.4. and 5.1 based on RockChip SoC. Now it comes to Amlogic devices. Root from the box is available since last firmware in Ugoos settings – System.
Caution Please do not update firmware unless you know what you are doing, you really want it or it is absolutely necessary. Firmware updates may occasionally have bad results, like bricking your device, temporarily or permanently. The firmware update process is done entirely at your own risk. Before attempting to update the firmware, back up your data.