Hi Folks, After a few days of scrabbling around for info and finding a number of pieces of info for other similar Rockchip RK3066 based devices I put it altogether and gave it a whirl. I now have a nicely rooted MK809 / K9 TV Stick that will now run handy root only apps such as DroidMote ... actually that's mainly what I wanted it for !!! There were a few threads read that didn't actually work for this device, but I can credit the following two threads as the source of much of the original work, with a little cooking from myself: Link 1: http://vondroid.com/threads/update-3-08-2012-rooting.281/ Link 2: http://vondroid.com/threads/root-instructions-jelly-bean-only.680/ Link 3: http://vondroid.com/threads/usb-adb-drivers.492/ As usual I don't accept any responsibility for loss of warranty, brain cells, hair or your TV stick as a result of following this guide. All I can say is it worked for me on my Jelly Bean version of the MK809 / K9 TV Stick. my build is RK30_ANDROID4.1.1-SDK-v1.00.101520121107 So here it is for the community, a step-by-step to root this device. 1/ If not already done install Android SDK and make sure it runs. Put the platform-tools directory in your system PATH variable. 2/ Follow Link 1 and download the PDA.net ADB Drivers and put them somewhere convenient 3/ Follow Link 2 and download the TPSarky-VonDroid.zip attachment 4/ Add lines to <Your Android SDK>\extras\google\usb_driver\android_winusb.inf Code: Under the [Google.NTx86] and [Google.NTamd64] section: ; WINDOW/YUANDAO MK809 %SingleAdbInterface% = USB_Install, USB\VID_2207&PID_0010 %CompositeAdbInterface% = USB_Install, USB\VID_2207&PID_0010&MI_01 5/ Connect your MK809 DC port to a high power USB port on your PC or Laptop Code: I found that the supplied micro USB cable caused a bootloop and I changed to the decent HTC data cable that came with my phone 6/ Once the MK809 is powered up turn on USB Debugging under Developer Settings and allow installations from unknown locations. 7/ Start the Installation of the PDA.net drivers you downloaded from Link 1. When prompted to plug and un-plug your device use the "Connect to PC" option under Settings->USB on your MK809. Code: After the driver installation is complete you can do a quick test that all is OK so far by opening a command prompt on your PC and typing "adb shell" and hitting enter. If all is well you should get a remote adb shell to your MK809. If it's not working at this point could be that step 4 above is wrong. You can try and fix or keep going and use the adb supplied via Link 2 8/ Unzip the file that you took from Link 2 and open a command prompt in that directory. Before going further you need to fix a bug in the TPSparkyRoot.bat file. Code: Insert a line under line "echo --- Installing SuperSU" adb push SuperSU.apk /system/app/SuperSU.apk Code: If you did the test at Step 7 make sure that adb shell is exited before proceeding Also you might want to disconnect and reconnect your MK809 either physically or via Settings->USB on your MK809 just to make sure of a clean connection before the point of no return 9/ Run the batch file TPSparkyRoot.bat from the shell you opened at Step 8. Note that after each reboot and before you hit space to continue you will need to reconnect your MK809 to the host PC via Settings->USB. Code: If you find that there is any problem with the batch file you can type it in line by line to the shell to debug You should now be rooted. It's worth running superSU on your MK809 to update the su binary and superSU itself. Then you're done. It worked for me and DroidMote works too, Have Fun !! Please like if you make use of this guide.