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How to run Android TV OS on Station M1 Mini Geek PC

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Devices with Android TV OS are the most frequently chosen streaming devices among users focused on home entertainment.

Android TV OS on Station M1

However, if you are looking for a universal device on which you can easily run Android TV OS (or other systems) at any time and immerse yourself in TV entertainment, is it worth buying a typical Android TV Box / Android TV Dongle? The solution comes from Station M1 Mini Geek PC.

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Just select the Station M1 device and use it as a streaming device by installing Android TV 10 OS. However, if you get bored you can choose another OS you prefer at the moment. True, it’s a great solution!.

How to run Android TV 10 on Station M1 Mini Geek PC

Below you will find a simple video tutorial on how to install Android TV 10 on Station M1.

ROM download here

Check how to flash here

Station M1 Mini Geek PC Details

We have written about the Station M1 Mini Geek PC and many times. The Firefly portfolio also includes Station P1, the differences are fundamental. Station P1 is powered by the more powerful Rockchip RK3399 SoC, while M1 is based on the Rockchip RK3328 SoC. More on the products pages: M1 Geek Mini PC / P1 Geek Mini PC

Station P1 and Station M1

Station M1 Specification:

CPU

Rockchip RK3328

Processor

Quad-core ARM® Cortex-A53 64-bit processor; frequency: 1.5GHz

GPU

ARM Mali-450 MP2 GPU

Supports OpenGL ES1.1/2.0, OpenVG1.1

VPU

Supports 4K VP9 and 4K 10bits H265/H264 video decoding, up to 60fps

1080P multi-format video decoding (WMV, MPEG-1/2/4, VP9, H.264, H.265)

1080P video encoding, supports H.264/H.265

Video post-processing: IVTC, denoising, edge/detail/color optimization

RAM

DDR3 (2GB/4GB optional)

Storage

High speed eMMC5.1 (8GB/16GB/32GB/64GB/128GB optional)

Supports MicroSD (TF) Card Slot

Hardware
Ethernet

10/100/1000Mbps Ethernet por

WiFi

Supports 2.4GHz WiFi, 802.11a/b/g/n protocol

Supports Bluetooth 4.2

Display

1 x HDMI 2.0, supports [email protected] output, supports HDCP1.4/2.2

1 x AV (CVBS) output, meets 480i, 576i standard

Audio

1 x HDMI output; 1× headphone output

USB

USB 2.0 Host ×1; USB 3.0 ×1; USB_OTG ×1

IR

1-channel infrared receiver, supports infrared remote control

Key

Power key ×1, Recover key ×1 (at the bottom of the headphone jack)

Power

5V (Supplied via Type-C)

OS/Software
OS

Android, Ubuntu, Linux+QT, Station OS, etc.

ROM Flash

Via PC/TF card

Bootup

Via TF card/eMMC/U disk

Appearance
Size

93.8 mm x 65 mm x 15.8mm

Appearance

Toothed aluminium alloy case in matte black with good air flow design, good heat dissipation without fans.

Is Station M1 worth buying?

Considering that the Station M1 Mini Geek PC (2GB/16GB) currently costs $65, this is a great alternative to the Android TV Box currently available, where it is not so easy to switch OS (Station OS(Media), Android 10, Android10 TV, Ubuntu, Armbian) on demand.

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