Download Android Marshmallow 6.0 firmware for Eweat W9II TV Box

Posted in Apr 17, 2018 in Firmwares, TV Boxes, no comment

This firmware is for Eweat W9II TV Box with AMLogic S912 as CPU.

Download Android Marshmallow 6.0 firmware for Eweat W9II TV Box from here, here or here.

 

Firmware details
Archive name: eweat-w9ii-3g-ota-20170915
Image: eweat-w9ii-3g-ota-20170915.zip
FW version: V2.09
Archive file size: 593 MB
Model: Eweat W9II TV Box
Platform: AMLogic S912
Build number: Eweat/q202/q202:6.0.1/MHC19J/20170915:user/test-keys
Device: q202

 

Improvements / Changelog
1. Update some apps.
2. Add the tool bar.
3. Add the mobile phone remote control.
4. Complete rooted.

 

OTA upgrade
Power on and go to Apps, click Update&Backup.
Click Online update.
Click Network upgrade then it will upgrade itself. (If the local version is newest, no need to upgrade)
When it finished, the unit will automatically restart, the upgrade is success.

Local upgrade
Check the model of your unit and download the file from our website.
Copy the file to a USB disk. (Make sure the USB format is FAT32)
Insert the USB to the unit.
Power on and go to Apps, click Update&Backup.
Find Update Local and click select, select the file from the USB and tick Wipe Data & Wipe Media.
Click Update then it will automatically installing system update.
When it finished, the unit will automatically reboot, the upgrade is success.

USB update
Select the model of unit and download the firmware from our website.
Copy all the files to the root of USB disk and do not unzip (Make sure your USB is empty and the format is FAT32).
Connect the USB with your unit, press the restore button and hold then power on, after 3 seconds release the button.
It will start update and will show like this:
When it finished, then the unit will automatically reboot, the update is success.

 

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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