Video & Photo Gallery: Unboxing MXIII-G Android TV Box

Posted in Jul 31, 2015 in TV Boxes, Unboxing, 4 comments

Thanks to online store, today we have another unboxing: the MXIII-G Android TV Box.



MXIII-G Android TV Box
The MXIII-G TV Box is a new Android mini PC powered by the Amlogic S812 chipset starting at just around $50.  Whilst sharing similar specifications to devices such as the Beelink MXIII Plus, the MXIII-G does add Gigabit Ethernet 1000M port for those with more demanding networking requirements. It also features 8GB of internal storage, 1 or 2 GB of RAM (depending on the version), Bluetooth 4.0 and 2.4GHz b/g/n Wi-Fi. Android 4.4 comes pre-installed, but we already have downloaded and ready to install the Android 5.1 update. [Update] BWT, you can download latest Android Lollipop 5.1 stock firmware for MXIII-G Android TV Box from here. To flash firmware on this box from PC via AMLogic USB Burning Tool read this article.

You can now buy MXIII-G TV Box with 1GB of RAM from for only $56.99 with free shipping. You can also buy MXIII-G TV Box with 2GB of RAM from for only $63.99 with free shipping.


MXIII-G Main Features
● Comes with a RJ45 jack for 1000M Ethernet which provides a strong network extension.
● In a follow-up OS, it can be upgraded to Android 5.1 (We will see about this time will tell)
● True 4K x 2K resolution which delivers best audio and video quality for you.
● Powerful Amlogic S812 Quad Core CPU and Octa Core ARM Mali-450 GPU: Stable and reliable.
● XBMC supported. XBMC can be used to play almost all popular audio and video formats.
● Android 4.4 KiKat: Rapid and stable, gives you access to over 800,000 apps including Facebook, Youtube, Picasa and more.
● Professional H.265 video decoding technology and 2.4G + 5.8G WiFi, offering a more stable WiFi signal to enjoy a higher quality video experience.
● 2GB RAM + 8GB ROM, 32GB maximum extended capacity gives you more space to download your favorite apps and caches to browse websites, play games, run apps, watch movies more smoothly.
● Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity: Easy pairing with most Bluetooth-enabled devices (computer, mobile phone, keyboard, and others).
● HDMI 1.4 connector: You can go directly to let your TV and MXIII-G are connected through a HDMI cable and set up your home cinema for the best 4K x 2K Full HD multimedia experience.
● 2 x USB host ports and 1 x OTG port: Connect with your mouse and keyboard to help you operate more convenient.
● Infrared remote control let you enjoy your wonderful life which the wireless brings to you.
● Support Miracast, DLNA.

What’s in the box?
1 x MXIII-G TV Box
1 x Power Adapter
1 x HDMI Cable
1 x IR Remote Control
1 x English Manual



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  1. 1 Brian Smith said:

    Awesome work.😊

  2. 1 benoit lemieux said:

    Hi, I bought the mx3 g 4k with lolipop 5.1 already installed, got it one month ago. There is a problem with it, there is always a popup saying setting has stopped working. there is another popup saying google service has stopped working. I factory reset it and i still have the setting popup not working. What can I do? thanks in advance

  3. 1 Mario Butoi said:

    Your issues are not related to the device itself. This are Lolipop 5.1.1 issues. Android has a number of programs running in the background, doing different tasks. Under certain circumstances some of this programs are stopped, either voluntarely (to save processor power) or they crash because of wrong settings, hardvare/software conflicts or to little resources (RAM). Reflashing will help but is like killing a rabbit with a canon. I don’t remember exactly but there was a addon program installed on my device which had good intentions. It was trying to keep the system clean by stopping certain background programs but it did the job to well and on occasion it was stoping programs which should have been running. Then the errors you mentioned popped up. i removed that program and everything was just fine. A pity I can’t remember its name.

  4. 1 Dallas said:

    I See it has what looks like a 3.5 inch Analog a A/V port, is this true so I can hook it up to my old analog Sony TV with the yellow composite Video in?

    I see it also has SPDIF Optical Digital Audio out so then does it support 5.1 surround sound?

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