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JUSTOP K9B (MK 809 II) Android 4.1 TV Dongle Adapter With Bluetooth Jelly Bean OS / Cortex A9 Dual Core 1.6Ghz / 1G RAM / 8GB NAND Flash HD IPTV Player Mini PC Smart Google HD Player

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  • Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS; Google's Browser; Google TV; Network TV Channels; Internet Radio;
  • Full HD 1080p Media player, could play almost all the media files you downloaded from internet, support subtitles
  • Support Youtube,BBC iPlayer,Netflix,Online music, BT download, uPNP
  • Play media files directly from USB drive,SATA drive or SDHC cards
  • WIFI: 802.11B/G/N wireless Network. Bluetooth V2.1, HDMI: V 1.4 , support 3D

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  • Boxed-product Weight: 200 g
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  • Item model number: MK909 II
  • ASIN: B00AFVO1EA
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 30 Nov. 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (63 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 60,287 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Latest Android TV Dongle

Turn your standard TV into smart TV, enable you to do :

- Internet surfing
- Watch Online videos
- Watch online TV programs
- Stream video/music/photo from your PC/NAS
- Play android games
- Access Facebook, Twitters, etc
- Read news
- Edit office documents
- Online chating
- and more...

on your TV.

Please note: no remote or keyboard included, you need to use your own mouse/touchpad or keyboard to operate, either USB wired or 2.4Ghz wireless are both compatible.

Specifications

- OS: Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS
- CPU: Cortex A9 Dual Core up to 1.6Ghz
- RAM: 1GB DDR3
- Storage: 8GB NAND flash
- Built-in Bluetooth 2.1+EDR
- GPU: mali 400,2D/ 3D/ OpenGL ES2.0(AMD Z430)/ OpenVG1.1(AMD Z160) 27M Tri/sec
- Internet: Wireless 802.11b/g/n, WAPI(Ralink8188)
- Expansion: TF/MicroSD card slot, up to 32GB
- USB: USB 2.0 data x2, support USb hub, support external hard drive up to 2TB(external power supply requried for your HDD), support 2.4Ghz Wireless keyboard/mouse/airmouse
- Audio: AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, AMR-NB, AMR-WB, QCP, MP3, WMA, WAV, MIDI, M4A
- Video: MKV/WMV/ASF/MP4/3GP/3G2M4V/AVI/VOB/MJPEG/RM/RMVB/RV10/DivX/VC-1/MPEG-2/MPEG-4/H.263/H.264/1280*720P HD 30 fps, 1080P/720*480 D1 30fps
- Andriod APP: BBC iPlayer,Netflix,FlimOn,Lovefilm, Youtube,TV catchup, Twitter, Facebook, AngryBird,Office,Gmail,Browser,Skype and more from google market
- AV Port: HDMI

- Power requirements: 5V 1.5A -5V 2.0A
Package Include:

- Justop K9B Android 4.1 TV Dongle
- USB power cable
- 5V 2A Power adapter - HDMI extender
- User Manual



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... that the item I received from PC Robin didn't work (it crashed every couple of minutes and was consequently unusable (I have been refunded, incidentally)), I am reviewing this item because I purchased the same model from a different seller that does work. I felt others could benefit from my experiences.

Whilst one can read about flashing firmwares, updating this, upgrading that, if (like me) you are just a simple end user who wants something that will plug in and work then ignore all those daunting reviews and read this one instead.

Unless you are as unlucky as I was first time around, this item is ideal for turning your television into a web-capable machine. I use mine mostly for watching adult videos at night in the bedroom on the big screen and it's great to be able to just have it there ready to go without having to go to the trouble of connecting up my laptop or tablet (we're becoming so lazy, aren't we ?). However, in order to use the product to its full potential (or even to be able to use it at all !) you might like to assimilate the following:

You will need some kind of input device because, without it, you will not be able to do anything ! I use this:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/JUSTOP-Wireless-Touchpad-Multimedia-XBOX360/dp/B009TF0HSM/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1362755099&sr=8-1

It's not perfect (e.g. some symbols such as @, () and ! don't come out) but if you click in the input field again then the on-screen keyboard comes up and you can use them together satisfactorily. You might like to know that the right mouse button on the keyboard is the equivalent of clicking the back arrow at the bottom left of a tablet's screen - very handy.

There are three USB ports on the unit - one normal size and two micro-USB.
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By Trev-R TOP 500 REVIEWER on 7 Mar. 2013
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UPDATE for BBC iPlayer - My JUSTOP came with a standard web browser and Google Chrome pre-installed. The first time you run BBC iPlayer you will be prompted to select a browser. If you select Google Chrome then iPlayer will not work. You must select the standard browser then iPlayer will work without any problems. If you select Chrome by mistake then you will have to go into the Android Setup menu and clear the app preferences.

I have also found an issue using bluetooth. If I link either of my Bluetooth speakers to this unit it seems to cause interference with the wifi causing frequently dropped connections . Unlinking the speaker causes the wifi to become stable again.

I bought this to use with my 19" Bush TV. Unfortunately the remote isn't compatible so I had to buy a JUSTOP OmniPad 2.4Ghz RF Wireless Handhold Keyboard Touchpad With Back-light And Laser Pointer for Google Android TV Box / Mini PC / HTPC/ PC / Presenter / Tablet / iPad / MAC OS X to use with it.

First the good stuff. It is very easy to install, plug the unit into a spare HDMI slot, plug the USB power adapter into the side port, switch on and switch the TV on. It takes about 30 seconds to boot up and then you are ready to go. Firstly the screen on my unit was different from the image in the manual. I had a browser icon, Google Play icon, File Browser Icon and the Settings Icon.

So the first thing you need to do is setup your WiFi connection, this is exactly the same as the menu on an Android phone. Mine was detected without problem, entered the password and it connected. The next thing is to open the Google Play store.
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I have tried the Pi and another version of this Android type of device, The Android software I found on the net was not good enough yet on the Pi, on the other hand I have found good performance versions of XBMC for the Pi. This device is a superb Android multimedia device, and if you prefer, you can use the XBMC App aswell.
For the less technical this is the equivalent of an Android Tablet with a HDMI (high definition) output for your Tv or suitable P.C. I have run H.D 1080p movies from the micro SD, streamed from my P.C and from an external hard drive all with very acceptable results. This of course applies to pictures and music. With a good TV App for (example FILMON TV) you have all you need, SKY has at last some real competition at an attractive price. Installation and setup is very simple if you are familiar with an Android phone or Tablet.
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A SIMPLE SET-UP AND HOW I ARRIVED THERE

Here is what my current simple set-up looks like and how I arrived there. Hopefully someone will find it useful if exploring Android TV for the first time or considering flashing this excellent ROM.

TV STICK:
The stick I have calls itself a Justop K9b, which is a MK809ii I believe. It is the one in this listing.

ROM:
The ROM I have flashed is the one linked in the excellent post on Freaktab. It is available (as of Dec 2013) from [...] . It is the second one down - Rikomagic MK802IIIS8G(B) Android 4.2 Software(131107) and the direct link is [...]
A full installation guide is included in the download, but I used the 'connect USB to computer whilst holding in the reset button with a paperclip' method (as mine has a reset button), installed the drivers from the package when requested, and flashed with the included RKBatchTool. Don't forget that the first boot takes the longest.

WHY THIS ROM:
This is now my preferred ROM! As noted in post 1, wireless works! These TV sticks are notorious for very poor wireless performance/disconnects. I have previously tried a few ROMS including the stock Justop ROM and Finless 1.7 and 2.0 for Imito MX1/MX2. They were pretty good, although wireless performance was dreadful with all ROMs I tried. In the end I purchased a mini USB ethernet adaptor. I should say that I am using the wired connection at the moment, but only because the wiring etc. is already there! I have run it on the wireless for extended periods without issues. However, even wired it is better than lots of other ROMs where I have had to 'fix' ethernet on boot using a little script. On this ROM, ethernet works on boot without any fiddling around.
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