The Mi Box, an Android-TV powered set-top box from Xiaomi, was released in October of last year and has attracted a lot of interest from enthusiasts worldwide. A Cortex A-53 Quad-core CPU running at 2.0 GHz, 2GB of RAM, and 8GB of integrated flash storage are all included in the box, which also supports 4K streaming and HDR. It also runs Android TV 6.0. All of this comes in a gorgeously made box for only $69. The following instructions will show you how to set up and utilise the tiny, powerful Mi Box for Android TV:
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Although this setup is for the Mi Box, it should work on practically all Android TV boxes. The pre-installed applications may vary, though.
The Android TV Mi Box may be connected to a TV using a regular HDMI connection. After that, you can start configuring Mi Box by plugging in the power source.
There are a few items you need to have on hand before you start setting up the Mi Box. These are based on difficulties I encountered when connecting the Mi Box to a 1080p FHD TV. So check that you have the following setup before you connect your Mi Box to your TV: