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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 153580 1-Oct-2014 21:54
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I have an Android Smart TV running 2.3.4 and was foolish enough to do a factory reset. This deleted most of the apps and left me with a fairlybasic device.

Recently, Iwas directed to the Geniatech (manufacturer's) website. I found lots of announcements and instructions about how to upgrade from Android 2.2 to Android 4.0 (ICS), but nothing works

Any thoughts please?

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 1146188 3-Oct-2014 00:49
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I did a quick search to find exactly what your device is, and it looks like it leads a dual life. The Geniatech products are also sold under the MyGica brand name. You just have to look at the quad-core media boxes from Geniatech and MyGica to see that they're identical.

I can't give you any direct advice, but I'd suggest that you find the exact model number of your device, then search for "Geniatech <model> android 4" and "MyGica <model> android 4" (replacing <model> as appropriate). There's bound to be someone else out there who's done it. The XDA forums are also a good place to look. Try searching for just "Geniatech" and "MyGica" and see how many threads come back.

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 1146271 3-Oct-2014 08:32
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Thank I'll follow that lead

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