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Honestly a re-flash might be the best way to go about this. It's like a factory reset but a step up in how thorough it is. You'd need to contact the seller or hunt around google for the firmware, as we don't have the X96's firmware on hand (only the X96 Max/Max+).
Factory resetting isn't too...
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That'd be because CEC is turned off in the first place. CEC is a functionality of HDMI that in short helps TVs and devices work better, such as syncing power states.
Things can become muddy when multiple devices are connected to one TV though, as you've experienced. That's why it's typically...
It might've just given out. Sometimes with devices you just get bad luck in this sense.
One thing to try would be a re-flash of the firmware. The process is broadly the same across TV boxes, so you can follow this guide: How To Flash The DroiX X3's Firmware - DroiX -...
I think I remember someone having a similar issue to this with the RG351P.
What's likely happened is that somehow the controls have become de-mapped in RetroArch.
While in EmulationStation, follow these steps:
> Press Start
> Select "EMUELEC SETTINGS"
> scroll down
> Select "DANGER ZONE!"
I don't think it'd be possible honestly.
If the DVD recorder simply takes a HDMI input with no fuss, it might be possible in theory. But the specifics of the situation/configuration are beyond me.
If you already have both devices lying around, it might be worth setting an afternoon aside to see...
Have you tried removing the rear of the device and checking if there's a sticker over the battery contact?
New batteries will have this sticker present as a way of minimizing the passive discharge into the device itself, allowing them to stay in storage longer without needing to be recharged.
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I'm not entirely familiar with the RS-11, but if it runs off of an SD card like the Anbernic devices, you might want to try reflashing it with whatever firmware you can get your hands on. Or just replacing the SD card entirely.
Hi there! It's very easy to create a copy of the SD card.
All you'll need s an imaging tool like Win32 Disk Imager - which you can download from here: https://sourceforge.net/projects/win32diskimager/
Just insert the card and "read" the partition using the tool, and it'll create an image file...
Some things to try:
Different power supply
Different ports on said TV/Monitor
Factory reset (hold reset pin while booting - can't remember where it is off the top of my head but 99% chance it'll either be either in the AV port or accessible through a...
Does the partition have a drive letter mapped to it?
Sometimes the firmwares for these devices don't. Meaning although Windows will know the partition is there, it won't know where the "front door" is, or so to speak.
It's MOQI's proprietary screen mapping software. Pressing the buttons on the device will correspond to a touch screen input, allowing you to play touch screen games using physical controls. They can be configured and moved around to adjust to different apps too.
It's really quite a useful...
The issue with the bluetooth could be due to interference. Are there a lot of wireless devices in the area?
As for the play store, a workaround could be to try using your google account on a phone/PC to download the app to the android box (since the box will be registered in the list of devices...