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Still no luck. It says again "Loading firmware failed" in AndroidTool. I tried also Rkbatchtool and the same message is present, plus few extra infos, like in the screenshot attached. Interesting that the support chip is reported as RK31, not RK32.
I checked the program AndroidTool, all is well flash.
only need to conform to the image of the field
Ok, I installed it. I didn't have the time to test it at maximum, only I saw it booting until XFCE login. Now I'm curious if I can install a Kodi/XMBC to test its multimedia capacities, especially video hw acceleration (1080p, blu ray), although I may be a bit skeptical at this.
This is very interesting. I just bought a ENY EKB328 set-top box running the same Rockchip quad cpu. Its only fault is the Android 4.4 which is awful. The specs look so similar to the Firefly that I am tempted to try to load it but I am at a loss. Show me a PC or a HP-UX or other Unix workstation and I'd be all right, but I am brand new to ARM and the only thing I've actually used before is a Genessi Smarttop on whicgh I'm running Kali Linux from an SD card. Have you seen the specs on the EKB328?