We have good news. Infomir has rolled out the updated firmware 2.20.04 for 5th generation MAG Linux set-top boxes. We mean exactly, Infomir MAG520, MAG522, and MAG524.
This major update firmware 2.20.04 offers significant improvements including:
Increased stability and quality when playing content of various types
Fine-tuned HDMI CEC mode
Better playback of HEVC content
Improved subtitle options
Infomir 5th gen MAG TV Boxes is based on Amlogic S905X2 chipset with Linux 4.9 OS. Infomir’s MAG520, MAG522, and MAG524 Linux set-top boxes allow users to enjoy their favorite TV shows, video on demand, and other content from their IPTV / OTT providers. However, for operators, the device allows you to launch services with high-quality content, reliable tech support, and unique UI / UX. More about Infomir 5th generation MAG set-top boxes.
Update Firmware 2.20.04 for Infomir 5th generation MAG Linux TV Boxes Details Details
Below is a full changelog based on the Infomir MAG524 set-top box.
Fixed fast playback on some files h264 10bit, 9bit
Fixed display of subtitles after exiting standby or after switching streams
Fixed display of subtitles on files without subtitles
Fixed issue while changing the audio track when playing some * .iso files
Improved video playback when switching audio tracks on rtp and http streams
Fixed display of artifacts in preview on hevc 4K
Fixed display of some characters in subtitle lines Closed caption
Fixed the issue of returning to the menu when changing the audio track when playing some * .iso files
Improved display of the current position at the start of playback
Fixed crash of stbapp when playing streams with Timeshift enabled
Fixed interruption of streaming playback when Timeshift is enabled
Fixed difficulties with playing HEVC content.
Fixed difficulty with starting playback of * .m4a audio file, audio codec – aac
Fixed fast playback after switching audio tracks on * .ts files
Fixed sound work after turning it on / off with the mute button
Fixed sound work after turning off / on TV while playing streams
Closed Caption subtitles do not display on one of the streams
Elongated image regardless of aspect
Compressed image vertically of some videos
Out of memory when trying to open a “broken” file
Displays part of the HomeMedia application when playing a file
Fixed the issue related to displaying “No signal” after exiting deep standby when CEC is enabled on some TVs
Fixed spontaneous turning on of the TV, after turning it off, when the CEC is enabled on the set-top box
Fixed incorrect operation of CEC on TV Philips 32PFH4101 / 88
Fixed reaction to hdmi events when connected to TV SAMSUNG QE43Q60RAT
Fixed video display when playing content on some TV
Fixed palette display on SDR TVs when playing HDR content after playing HDR + earlier.
Fixed difficulties in CEC operation after exiting deep standby by reaction to hdmi events
Spontaneous exit from active standby with enabled response to hdmi events
Disconnecting the HDMI cable in the Recovery menu
Support for Wi-Fi USB adapter Alpha A-150