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Mele A2000 TV Box Full HD Internet Media Player

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  • Brand Name: Mele

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Product Details

  • ASIN: B0083UXI1M
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #179,998 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 16, 2012

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It works normally and after 10-20 minutes it crashes and need hard reboot.
John Alhakim
The mele a2000 didn't work with the android 2.3 with the original firmware and reset from time to time.
jmbozen
This is a comp with a cell phone/tablet operating system, and for media it's awesome.
Patrick C. Ohare

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By William Joel Hurless on July 21, 2012
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I had got the MeLe A2000 to watch online video, play some games, and run emulators,
it can play videos "acceptably" and "some" Android games play fine, but a lot of games
wont work in landscape mode, and Emulators are mostly useless without bluetooth or
gamepad support, another thing I dislike is the device seems slow at times, not sure
if its low memory or just needs a tweaked ROM.

The MeLe A2000 is well made, however the ROM that is installed has some issues that
need to be fixed, some of them include, no bluetooth support, and no gamepad support,
Android can work with bluetooth dongles and USB gamepads, but MeLe neglected to include
them in the ROM, however you can flash another ROM, and even shoe horn ClockworkMod onto
the device, with some effort I was able to install both CM9 and ClockworkMod, and then
my bluetooth dongle and USB gamepad worked, over on Reddit there is a Subreddit called
Mele with more info.

The MeLe A2000 can play some 3D Android games with no trouble, like 3D Mini Golf, and
Dead Trigger does work but at a low frame rate, and most emulators work fine.

Of the videos I have tried, most worked just fine, I had one AVI fail to play, and one
of the HD videos I had on a thumbdrive seemed to be playing at a low frame rate, I use
MX Player Pro, as it seems to work with the MeLe's hardware providing hardware acceleration.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By John Alhakim on July 1, 2012
It keeps crashing after few minutes of video play. I have tried many video players without luck. It works normally and after 10-20 minutes it crashes and need hard reboot. This is the same for youtube as well.
I didn't upgrade it. I still have firmware 1.5 and Android 2.3. The reason why I cannot upgrade is because the company website is so slow that the connection drops. And today the links are not even responding. I hope the upgrade will solve this issue.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By kuma on June 24, 2012
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This is a nifty and versatile media player that shipped with Android Gingerbread but can be upgraded to Ice Cream Sandwich or other Linux distros. The method to upgrade is pretty easy but it takes some searching to find the upgrade files. You then need a Windows utility (that did not work for me) and an SD card to flash the new firmware. Instead I just did it in Linux. I followed the instructions here:
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But there is a typo on this line:
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(it should just be: [....]

Another drawback, for English language types, is that you must change it from its native Chinese. If you know your way around Android menus, you should be able to get it switched.

It is pre-rooted so you have full access without any complicated procedures to obtain root.

Overall, I'm happier with this than my Google TV (Logitech Revue) because it is not locked down. I would like to be able to get GTVBox (for GTV) running on this. The Mele also can launch the Vulkano application without all the video issues that Google TV has.

The remote works but not always very smoothly. I tend to navigate more with a wireless mouse.
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