The Chinese-based technology giant Xiaomi’s Mi Box S has received a new update. In this way, it is aimed to fix some errors in the device where the Android 9 Pie update comes.
The first public beta version of Android Pie for Mi Box S arrived in November 2019, which brought the devices official compatibility for Amazon Prime Video. Xiaomi has released several beta versions later. However, the third beta appeared in January 2020 with the title Android 9 Pie update, but the company had to stop the update due to various errors reported by users.
Xiaomi started beta testing earlier this month after a short break. The China-based company decided to republish the Android Pie update with the build number 2604 after creating three consecutive beta versions. An update of approximately 625 MB was created in response to complaints such as Chromecast running smoothly, freezing of some applications, H264 decoding error, HDMI compatibility.
Android Pie update for Mi Box S has arrived:
Complaints such as support for more Wi-Fi channels, standby mode were also tried to be updated in the update. Xiaomi has not yet released the updated source code corresponding to this update on the GitHub platform. On the other hand, the Mi Box S firmware package is not compatible with Mi Box, also known as Mi Box 3, using the Android Oreo operating system.
Xiaomi Mi Box S, the successor of Mi Box, which went on sale in 2016; Netflix has Google Assistant and app shortcut. The Google Assistant powered remote control also includes a built-in Chromecast. The device also provides 4K HDR streaming support. Thanks to the powerful quad core processor the device has, you can also play games you download from the Google Play Store. The device, which has 2 GB DDR3 cache, also supports Dolby Digital Plus and DTS Surround sound system.