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Model: Minix Neo U9-H TV Box
Image file size: 688 MB
Platform: Amlogic S912
Image name: U9H_FW004A.zip
Build number: Android/q200/q200:6.0.1/MHC19J/20170412:user/release-keys
1. Fixed the system brightness issue
2. Added new Samba server function (Run -> \\your U9-H’s IP)
3. Added 1080p resolution support for web camera
4. Temporarily disabled the HDMI spoofing feature (we’re re-developing a bug-free approach)
5. Fixed write/delete permission issues of some apps (e.g. Solid Explorer)
6. Fixed a bug when using 128/256GB TF card
7. Fixed some Daydream related bugs
8. Fixed a bug that Bluetooth re-enabled itself during each boot cycle
9. Fixed an .avi video playback issue
10. Added Celsius/Fahrenheit option to MINIX launcher
11. Added Wi-Fi/Ethernet shortcuts to MINIX launcher
12. Fixed audio passthrough issue of FW004
OTA update procedure
1. All Apps -> System update (MINIX OTA app) -> Check for updates
2. Download the OTA update package
3. Confirm to update and let the system to reboot and complete the update process
To enable the new Kodi 17 passthrough
1. Go to Settings -> Audio -> Digital Sounds
2. If you use a HDMI amplifier, just leave it as “PCM”
3. If you use a SPDIF amplifier, choose “SPDIF”
4. If you don’t have an amplifier, simply leave this option as “PCM” (default)
5. In Settings -> Security & Restrictions -> Unknown sources -> On -> OK to confirm
6. Download and install official Kodi 17.1 stable version or latest nightlies
7. Enable passthrough in Kodi settings, you DON’T have to if you don’t have an amplifier.
8. Check those passthrough options supported by your amplifier.
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.