Android boxes have become increasingly popular these days as they allow you to stream your favorite TV shows and movies, play games, and more. However, if you have multiple TV sets at home, buying an Android box for each one can be costly. That’s where cloning an Android box comes in. In this article, we’ll show you how to clone your Android box so that you can use it on multiple TV sets without having to buy a new one each time.
What You’ll Need
Before we start, you’ll need a few things:
1. A Source Android Box
This is the Android box that you want to clone. Make sure it has all the apps and settings that you want on your cloned boxes.
2. A Destination Android Box
This is the Android box that you want to clone to. Make sure it is the same model as the source box.
3. A USB Flash Drive
You’ll need a USB flash drive with enough storage space to store the Android box’s firmware.
4. A Computer
You’ll need a computer to download and install the firmware on the USB flash drive.
Step-by-Step Guide to Clone Android Box
Follow these steps to clone your Android box:
Step 1: Download the Firmware
First, you’ll need to download the firmware for your Android box. You can find the firmware on the manufacturer’s website or by doing a Google search. Make sure you download the firmware for the correct model number of your Android box.
Step 2: Extract the Firmware
Once you’ve downloaded the firmware, extract it to your computer using an extraction tool like WinRAR or 7-Zip. Make sure you extract it to a folder that you can easily find later.
Step 3: Format the USB Flash Drive
Insert the USB flash drive into your computer and format it to FAT32. This will erase all the data on the USB flash drive, so make sure you have a backup of any important files.
Step 4: Copy the Firmware to the USB Flash Drive
Copy the extracted firmware files to the USB flash drive. Make sure you copy all the files and not just the folder containing the files.
Step 5: Insert the USB Flash Drive into the Destination Android Box
Insert the USB flash drive into the destination Android box’s USB port.
Step 6: Update the Firmware
Power on the destination Android box and go to the settings menu. Select “System” and then “Update.” Choose “Local Update” and then select the firmware file on the USB flash drive. Follow the on-screen instructions to update the firmware.
Step 7: Clone the Android Box
Once the firmware has been updated, power off the destination Android box and remove the USB flash drive. Insert the USB flash drive into the source Android box and repeat the firmware update process. This will clone the source Android box’s apps and settings onto the destination Android box.
People Also Ask:
Q: Can I clone an Android box to a different model?
A: No, you can only clone an Android box to the same model.
Q: Do I need to clone my Android box if I buy a new one?
A: No, if you buy a new Android box, you’ll need to set it up from scratch.
Q: Can I clone multiple Android boxes at the same time?
A: No, you’ll need to clone each Android box individually.