Android m802

 

One of the reasons the MK802 and other mini PCs with Allwinner A10 chips have proven popular is because they’re pretty hacker-friendly. These little computers tend to sell for between $50 and $100, come with Android software pre-loaded, and often include root access right out of the box. You can also load Ubuntu, Fedora, Puppy, and other Linux operating systems on many of these devices.

In other words, there’s also a chance you could break something while tinkering with the device. Fortunately it’s pretty simple to restore the original firmware on an MK802 . But what about the new MK802 II mini PC ?

It turns out that’s pretty simple too. The MK802 II doesn’t work with the LiveSuit utility, because the reset/recovery button doesn’t appear to work.

Android m802

499.00 € 359.00 € Add

335.00 € Add

289.00 € Add

One of the reasons the MK802 and other mini PCs with Allwinner A10 chips have proven popular is because they’re pretty hacker-friendly. These little computers tend to sell for between $50 and $100, come with Android software pre-loaded, and often include root access right out of the box. You can also load Ubuntu, Fedora, Puppy, and other Linux operating systems on many of these devices.

In other words, there’s also a chance you could break something while tinkering with the device. Fortunately it’s pretty simple to restore the original firmware on an MK802 . But what about the new MK802 II mini PC ?

It turns out that’s pretty simple too. The MK802 II doesn’t work with the LiveSuit utility, because the reset/recovery button doesn’t appear to work.