This article is for owners of a DroidBOX T8-S, T8-S Plus (v1 and v2) who have installed a hard drive. Although you can remove the hard drive from your DroidBOX’s internal bay and attach it to a PC to check the partition(s), you can also leave it in place and use an Android application instead.
Want to know when new emails arrive, if that download has finished or whether your character has finished healing in the game?
Picture the scene – you’re in bed, slowly drifting closer to restful bliss, when suddenly… BLIP. WHIRRRRR. WHOOOOOSH. CLICK.
If you have a surround sound capable amplifier then after checking just a few settings, you should find you can enjoy fully immersive sound with your DroidBOX® device
If you’ve ever noticed the total amount of RAM reported by most Android applications is lower than the number on your device’s box, this post is for you.
If you have attempted to update your M5 device, but discovered that the OTA Updates application is not installed or out of date itself, read the instructions below to get you back on track.
If you have a DroidBOX® T8, T8-S or T8-S Plus you may already have the IPVanish app installed if you are on the latest firmware (April 2016 or later). If you have not updated you can follow our guides for your DroidBOX® here.
In the first of a series of videos, we are demonstrating different ways to stream content to your DroidBOX® from other devices. We start with how to stream media such as videos, music and photographs from your PC. We show how to cast videos from Youtube and then follow with a section on streaming videos, […]
If you find that you’ve accidentally set the wrong launcher on your DroidBOX® T8-S Plus device, this post shows how to switch back
We’ll break this post down into two sections; first we will cover updating firmware via the Update and Backup application from within Android, then we’ll go over updating your firmware using Android’s Recovery menu.