Allegedly MK809II need help to unbrick

Discussion in 'MK809 II' started by user3003, Dec 30, 2014.

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  1. user3003

    user3003 Member

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    Hi everyone!

    I bought this device as MK809II. Before I was not familiar with Android stick computers so I did little market research and bought this mini PC.

    When I plugged it into my tv a black screen saying 'TV BOX' in white appeared, after that a round loading circle( like cyanogenmod ) with android inscription in the middle.

    In the settings I paid attention only to the fact there was no mention about RK3066 but something about RK30SDK and the stick computer had about 500mb internal storage and 5,82gb NAND flash.

    After installing some basic apps I went out of internal storage and found impossible to move from it to the NAND. I tried some different apps but all required ROOT rights.


    I did my research and found a CWM upgrade which leŠ² to crash my device after 30% of the upgrading process.


    I downloaded:
    - RkBatchTool
    - Rom Flash Tool
    - Android SDK
    - PDANet

    RKBatchTool and Rom Flash Tool after installing the images give me no errors and everything goes succesfully until i take of the device from the computer and try to connect it back... it doesn't appear nor on the PC nor on the tv(no signal).
    When I put it in boot mode it's green in RKBatchTool and says 'found RKAndroid loader rock usb' in the Rom Flash Tool respectively.
    Can't 'switch' or 'reboot to flash mode'(not msc device)

    Also can't install properly PDAnet because it cannot find any device and is impossible to run adb shell for the same reason.

    I have no clue what should be done for unbrick it! Please help me to find what device really is(I have some doubts after comparing it with pics on the web and system information in the settings) to find the proper guide,drivers and boot image.

    Also i would like to know how can I turn it in a mass storage device for my PC.
     

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  2. citygent1911

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    Hi, can't help I'm afraid but I too have just bought an "MK809ii" but it doesn't look like any others I've come across online.

    It looks exactly yours to be honest, so I suspect it may be a clone? It is terrible at streaming video, either over Youtube or using Plex.

    I can't install any more than 1 or 2 apps as it uses up the internal memory...... You got further than I did as RKBatchTool didn't even recognise it!

    Hopefully someone will come along and answer our questions soon :)
     
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    I've just removed the Black sticker covering the chip and it definitely says Rockchip RK 3066 so at least that bit's genuine!!
     
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