Mini PC maker Measy has released a new ROM update for its U4B mini PC. The Measy U4B was one of the first quad-core mini PCs based on Rockchip’s quad-core RK3188 SoC CPU. The firmware update is said to fix an issue with the U4B’s Bluetooth adapter.
You can grab the Measy U4B firmware file from the Geekbuying.com blog site.
Updating the firmware to the device can be done in one of two ways – either by unzipping the file and including the update.img file in the root of your MicroSD card and booting up the device with the card in place. The other alternative is to use the RKBATCHTOOLS installer and driver software. More details on both options can be found here.
The Measy U4B is a quad-core USB stick-style mini PC with 2GB of RAM and 8GB of flash, preloaded with Android 4.2 operating system. The storage can be expanded by MicroSD card, up to 32GB per card and it features two USB ports – a standard USB2.0 host and a microUSB OTG port. Further, it has pretty decent networking with 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity.
It sells online for around $85 including shipping.
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