App Installation for RockChip Boxes-Simple4.4

On your last step, you clicked APK Installer. Doing that will bring you to a new menu. From this menu, click App Install.

  1. On the right side, scroll down to Download and Click it.
  2. Scroll to MX Player and click it. 
  3. Scroll to Install and click it.
  4. Click Open when it’s finished. Allow any permissions, some boxes have permissions, some don’t.
  5. Scroll down to Titanium and click it.
  6. Scroll to Install and click it.
  7. Click Open when it’s finished. Allow permissions if asked. If prompted, choose MX Player as the default player. If asked if you want to use Titan/Yes Player, choose No.

Now all of the new apps are installed. Click Escape or the back button to get back to the main screen.

Now to update your Kodi menu

Open MyGica Media Centre.
Give it a minute to start all of its background programs. When you see the temperature appear at the top center, it’s ready to go.

Scroll left to Update Build and click it. Choose Continue.
Should the update get stuck on a blue screen with white words, click
here for instructions to restart it.

When it’s done, click Force Close. And you’re finished!

For Titanium TV, if you didn’t get the prompt to choose default player, you’ll want to set that up the first time you open it in Kodi.
Go to the three lines in the top left corner and click it. Go down to the bottom and click Settings.
Arrow down to Choose Default Video Player, click it.
Choose MX Player from the list.

You can access any of the apps you installed by arrowing down to their name and clicking on it. Clicking Movies/TV won’t do anything, we don’t have it linked to anything. Same with FreeFlix and Cyberflix, they won’t run on an OS 4.4 box so although you will see those names in the menu, clicking them won’t do anything.