This makes the HiMedia Q10 Pro one of the first (if not the first) Android TV box to receive Android 7.0.
The firmware is considered to be in development so expect bugs. However, if you’re wanting to try out Google’s latest OS, you can download the Android N firmware here.
However, if you’re currently running Android 5.1, you’ll need to upgrade to the Milestone firmware first.
I’ve embedded the full changelog below:
- Samba not working fixed
- UPNP not working fixed
- Crash of the box when click Wifi hotpot fixed
- Wifi button and Bluetooth button not working in the More settings fixed
- Latin input supported
- Wrapper app supported
- Widevine 13 supported
- 24HZ button not working fixed
- Fault device name in HiControl fixed
- Fixed the wrong display ratio when side-by-side 3D movie is played in 2D
- Add more fonts,subtitles better supported
- Focus of the media center is optimized
Have you tried out Android N on your HiMedia Q10 Pro? Let me know in the comments!