HAKO Pro Box certified with 4GB of RAM on sale in AliExpress

Great price on AliExpress back to school offers for the HAKO Pro certified Android Box that includes the Amlogic S905Y4-B processor and improves the previous HAKO mini.

In this TV-Box from the Korean brand HAKO we have as OS Android TV 11 certified by Google, and it is designed for streaming. This PRO version surprises us with an internal storage capacity of up to 64 GB and 4 GB RAM, something unusual.

We also have integrated Chromecast with which we can easily send content from our Android smartphone or tablet to the TV and the necessary permissions to view paid streaming platforms such as Netflix and others up to 4K video quality.

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HAKO Pro Specifications

The HAKO Pro TV-Box integrates an AMlogic S905Y4-B processor manufactured in 14nm. A Quad Core chip with ARM Cortex-A35 processors and an ARM Mali-G31 MP2 GPU clocked at 850 Mhz. This SoC includes decoding of the new AV1 codec, support for video output up to 4K@60fps resolutions and compatibility with HDR 10, HDR10+ and HLG technologies.

On its small board we have 2/4 GB of DDR4 RAM and 16/32/64 GB of eMMc storage memory that we can expand thanks to the presence of a micro SD card reader. As always, we recommend the version with 4 GB of RAM.

Other outstanding features

Regarding wireless connectivity, we find integrated into the board of this Box, Wi-Fi aC Dual Band and Bluetooth 5.0. The connectors included are two USB 2.0 ports, a micro SD card reader, an HDMI 2.1 video output and a 10/100 RJ45 network connector.

The operating system is Android TV 11 and a small Bluetooth remote control with a microphone and various shortcut keys to streaming platforms such as YouTube, Netflix, Prime Video and Disney+ are included.

Price and availability

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ELR

Hello everyone,

I am encountering an issue with my TV box, the “HAKO Pro S905Y4-B,” following a power outage. The device is incessantly rebooting, even after attempting to reset it. Regrettably, I have been unable to locate the stock firmware on the manufacturer’s website to address this predicament.

Has anyone experienced something similar or can offer any suggestions to assist me? I am greatly appreciative of any assistance!

Warm regards, ELR

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