You may have come across references to the (Android) Recovery Menu in some of our other How To articles. We explain what it is, and what the various entries found within do.
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.
This post is admittedly aimed at a small niche sector of our customers. If Developer Options, ADB and Marshmallow don’t mean much to you, it is safe to disregard this post.
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 find the time on your DroidBOX® is incorrect, or have been advised to check it for some other reason, read on!
There are two main reasons why the image displayed on your TV might not be quite right…
First thing to do is not panic. Normally there is a simple solution, so check the basics first:
If you’re familiar with this process on a T8-S, it is exactly the same procedurally. For everyone else, please watch a video
If we’ve asked you to send us an e-mail ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) , for the process to run smoothly, we will need:
Most people will use the supplied HDMI lead to connect their DroidBOX® device to their television. However, if you have no spare HDMI sockets nor an HDMI switch available, then the next best thing is to use DVI. If you have no DVI sockets available either, PLEASE consider either swapping HDMI cables when you want […]