Firmware Update For Ugoos AM3 V 2.0.6
As before we want to say thank you to our Users who was giving us so detailed feedback about previous firmware for AM3. We are also trying our best to make it better and as a result – a new update for Amlogic S912 Brand Ugoos device.
Hardware Monitor update.
Before HW Monitor showed up information about internet speed, temperature, CPU load, RAM usage. All those parameters are monitored in real time. For some projects users may need to have some additional information in order to detect which device connected right now visually. So, we add ability to display IP address and Mac address in upper bar as well.
Also we add Root status icon in the top bar.
RC Buttons App
Previous update we showed up a new app for buttons customization. Those four colored buttons now can be assigned to do some actions like turn on/off WiFi or Bluetooth or/and launch app. Now we add ability to assign one of the button to change screen resolution.
Changelog v.2.0.6 - 07/02/2018
1. KRACK security patches
2. Added ability to display root state in the status bar
3. Added ability to display IP and MAC in the status bar (Hardware Monitor)
4. Added ability to launch screen resolution setting for Remote Control Buttons application
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