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Need latest/current AMlogic M8 img file

Discussion in 'EM8 - Earlier "M8" model with NO LED clock' started by pclaptop, May 9, 2016.

  1. pclaptop

    pclaptop New Member

    I managed to salvage 4 out of 7 DOA Amlogic M8's using the USB method and an " *.img " file (which uses a different *.img file than the SD card method)!

    Only problem is I cant find a current M8 " *.img " file (about 700+/- mb approx) with Kodi 15.2 and/or up!

    Also as it stands the IR remote doesn't work, but a wired remote will!

    Can anyone point me in the right direction for the latest M8 *.img file? thanks.

    I have rescued two M8's and two M8N's!

    thanks pclpatop

    File used: S82_109k4.img 654,420,668 bytes
  2. pclaptop

    pclaptop New Member

    The M8's open up with a "Google TV" logo and have KODI 14.0!
  3. pclaptop

    pclaptop New Member

    Let me ask everyone this . . Can i take a working M8, capture the image and then re-write it to these problem child M8's! If so how? and with what?
  4. ChrisM

    ChrisM Administrator Staff Member

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  5. pclaptop

    pclaptop New Member

    silently screaming, those files are for the "SD" card method and will not work with the USB tool program.

    thanks for the link though
  6. sean99

    sean99 Well-Known Member

    Last edited: May 11, 2016
  7. pclaptop

    pclaptop New Member

    sean99, those files/M8N download, at the link you provided are for the SD Card un-brick method, which does not work.
    I need to load a SINGLE *.img file into the USBTool program first!

    thanks anyway!
  8. sean99

    sean99 Well-Known Member

    Have a hunt round on that site as I loaded 4.4.2 kk f/w using rkbatch tool from there on an x7 a few years ago.
  9. pclaptop

    pclaptop New Member

    I sent them("ChinaGadget") an email as to what i need. I'm under the impression that the rkbatch tool was for the "Rockchip" based TV boxes.
  10. sean99

    sean99 Well-Known Member

    Yes they were rockchip based, hope you find what your looking for.
    Last edited: May 11, 2016

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