SDK and GUI questions?
Posted 04 February 2015 - 03:55 AM
I got the new XBMC 184.108.40.206 (Gotham) for AV200 (not tested yet). But I have some questions
Now Vidon.me only focus to release XBMC for AV200 and don't support new SDK for AV200 anymore?
If yes, Will we get it on a few months? Does it support 1080p? As you know, the AV200 has a stronger performance than VidOn Box (Certainly it has higher price than Vidon Box) but it has less support than Vidon Box.
Posted 10 February 2015 - 06:30 AM Best Answer
That said, a few of us on the forum are happily using SDK 3.1.8, which I found on the MeLE web site. For more information look here: http://forum.vidon.m...8-on-the-av200/
Posted 11 February 2015 - 06:41 AM
Please note that is MeLe firmware is for their A1000G Quad. However AV200 and A1000G share the same hardware, so you can flash this firmware to your AV200 without any problem.
Unfortunately, Vidon.me and MeLe don't support new firmware for these devices any more.
Posted 11 February 2015 - 04:48 PM
Personally, I think the prospect of MeLE deciding to offer a new SDK with support for a 1080 GUI support is unlikely.
please tell whether there is a device firmware with support for 1080? On Vidon Box on Allwinner A31s was released this month.
The current release version for the MeLE A1000G Quad (which runs on the AV200) is SDK 3.1.8. However, there's also a beta version of SDK 3.1.9. Neither of which offer a 1920x1080 GUI option though.
Sufficed to say, even though the GUI is not 1920x1080... Any full HD file that you play using VidOn XBMC will be output at 1920x1080 pixels!
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