thank you...I know of that option....
I use this keyboard....Lenovo Mini Wireless Keyboard N5901...mouse and keyboard, all at once.....all the great work....I miss only the command"MENU"
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With the news of an xbmc for android port in early stages i had new hope for this device but then i found out xbmc will need android 2.3+ but looks like there might be hope for a port of android 2.3 or 4.0 for the flexiview fv-1 because someone has managed to port android 4.0 on a device with the same cpu and gpu as the flexiview fv-1 so it definitely seems possible, maybe if someone on this board is familiar enough with this stuff will give it a try ill keep my fingers crossed…. see links below for the device specs and youtube vid of it in action.
I NEED HELP!!! I purchased the FV-1 back in March and I cannot get the WI-FI to work. Once I had the WI-FI connected then lost power and have never regained WI-FI access. I have tried everything I know how and reloaded update after update. The WI-FI continually turns on and off repeatedly and never picks up my connection no matter what my router settings are. Can anyone help? Does anyone know where the WI-FI programming is in the data folder and what I could fix? Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks!
I've been attempting to get CyanogenMod 9 to work on this device. It's quite a big mess, since there isn't, for example, kernel source code available for this device. I tried to ask for them using contact form in flexiview.com.nz but no answer (surprise surprise!)
The first limitation I encountered was that the system.bin file couldn't be bigger than 86 megabytes due to the bootloader of this device. There seems to be no knowledge on how to reflash the partition table.
I solved this problem by moving for example. /system/framework to data, and creating a symbolic link.
CM9 boots, but seems to stuck in a boot loop because I haven't got the TV-out to work (HDMI).
At least in my device, there seems to be no WLAN driver compiled at all.
I've really no experience in Android insides, nor am I a professional programmer, but I can say that don't buy this device, it's a complete mess.
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As my wifi, bluetooth and remote don't work since I received my device from the repair service of hongkongeek, I wanted to throw it away.
Before this, I tried to use it as a NAS, and it works no too badly.
Using smb file sharing and a little hack of this app I found from a A500 forum, it is possible to have access through smb to HDD linked to the android fv-1 from other devices, and then stream videos up to 720p.
Here is my configuration :
FV-1 connected to a router via RJ45, 2 HDDs including one with 2 partitions connected to the FV-1. One can connect up to 3 external HDDs + the SD card.
I use a RK3066 dongle plugged on my TV and which is connected to the router via wifi n.
I configure and activate the smb file sharing on the FV-1, then I use archos player and asked for a smb share corresponding to my FV-1 , and that's it.
If you are interested , I can give all the references and code to acces to the HDDs.