I have a x96max 4/64. I upload two photos. The first 5g wifi in kodi (android). The second, 5g wifi photo in kodi (coreelec 9.2). What is the problem?
This will most likely be a firmware issue, do you know which chipset is in your device?
I have uploaded a photo of the chipset. Any solution
Firmware is not hardware.
Firmware is the software associated with the hardware. It provides low-level control for specific hardware - i.e. wifi chip in this case.
It would appear that the android firmware is better than the current firmware used in the amlogic image.
thanks, now I understand. And there is no firmware that can correct this problem with Wi-Fi?
I’m sorry. I confused firmware with hardware.
Firmware = software need by hardware
If I already understood. Can the firmware be changed or modified so that Wi-Fi works well in coreelec?
Speed measurement applications are not always good.
From the SSH console within CoreELEC I have executed the following transfer commands for a 500MB file:
CoreELEC:~/scripts # curl -o 500MB.zip ftp://speedtest.tele2.net/500MB.zip % Total % Received % Xferd Average Speed Time Time Time Current Dload Upload Total Spent Left Speed 100 500M 100 500M 0 0 30.3M 0 0:00:16 0:00:16 --:--:-- 27.8M CoreELEC:~/scripts # curl -T 500MB.zip ftp://speedtest.tele2.net/upload/500MB.zip % Total % Received % Xferd Average Speed Time Time Time Current Dload Upload Total Spent Left Speed 100 500M 0 0 100 500M 0 14.6M 0:00:34 0:00:34 --:--:-- 24.6M
Average download speed in bytes: 30.3 MB/s
Average download speed in bits: 30.3 x 8 = 242 Mbps
Average upload speed in bytes: 14.6 MB/s
Average upload speed in bits: 14.6 x 8 = 116 Mbps
Getting these results with SpeedTest is IMPOSSIBLE, especially the upload speed.
CoreELEC device: Amlogic S912 Mecool KIII Pro
All you need is to install the network tools addon, then reboot.
This will install iperf, and you can check your network throughput using a 1gbit PC on the other side of the box.