Download Android 9.0 new OTA stock firmware for Tanix TX6 TV Box

Posted in Apr 15, 2019 in Firmwares, no comment

This firmware is for Tanix TX6 TV Box with Allwinner H6 as CPU. BTW, you can now buy Tanix TX6 TV Box from Gearbest.com for a very good price with free shipping world wide.

Download Android 9.0 20190415 new incremental OTA stock firmware for Tanix TX6 TV Box from here or here. Download previous firmware from here. Download Android Nougat 7.0 stock firmware PC version for Tanix TX6 TV Box from here.

Firmware details
Archive name: TX6-0401-0415-inc
Image: TX6-0401-0415-inc.zip
Archive file size: 30.8 MB
Platform: Allwinner H6
OS: Android Android 9.0 stock
Build number: Amlogic/p281/p281:9/PPR1.181005.003/20190415-161722:userdebug/test-keys

 

Important note
This is an incremental OTA, so you MUST to have our firmware v20190401 running on your box. Otherwise the upgrade will fail. If your box is not running this firmware version, open “UPDATE.APP” preinstalled on your TV Box and check for online updates. The v20190401 should be the latest one available. Upgrade before trying this new version. If your box is running Android 7 and you want upgrade to Android 9, the only way is by flashing your TX6 from PC and a USB cable. Burning tool (phoenix suite) and Android 9 firmware.

Once you are running v20190401, you can start the process:
– Download the OTA update (.zip file)
– Rename the .zip file to update.zip
– Copy “update . zip” file to the ROOT folder of a USB memory
– Connect your USB memory to the TV Box
– Open “Update” App pre-installed on your Tanix TX6
– Press button to look for local updates
– Select update.zip from your USB memory
– Click on Upgrade button and wait for the system back

As you know, there are some issues as overheating (reported by some users) and audio issues (AKA “the crackling sound issue”). Hope you can test this update and report back here.

 

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.

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