Help needed to identify this Android box

Hi all. I have this Android box called X96, its back labels says RAM 2G and ROM 16G, but as you can see from the pictures CPU-Z shows completely differents specs.

So I was wondering if you can help me to identify the correct model of this Android box and also the correct version of CoreELEC to install (if any).

Link to images: Imgur: The magic of the Internet

Thanks.

Looks very fishy… These X96 boxes are well known for fakes. According CPU-Z 1G/4G box.
Checkout also results from AIDA64 and this thread:

Thanks for the AIDA suggestion. Here is some more infos from it:

It currently has atvX intalled. Is there any compatible CE build?

Looks like S905W (GXL) with 1GB RAM / 4GB EMMC
You could try CoreELEC-Amlogic-ng.arm-9.2.7 with device_tree
gxl_p281_1g.dtb or gxl_p281_1g_a95xr2.dtb

Thanks, I’ve just tried the 9.2.7 version and the 19.1-Matrix_rc4 too, both using the gxl_p281_1g.dtb

They both seem to work fine. The only problem is that neither of them detects the internal bluetooth. I think I’ll open a different topic for that.

Anyway thanks again!

Thank you for the suggestion, but I think I made myself look like a fool. Even if a boot back to the Android OS the bluetooth doesn’t work for a simple reason: it doesn’t have a bluetooth chip… I guess.

To confirm this, I ran lsusb and it outputted nothing more than:

CoreELEC:~ # lsusb
Bus 002 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0003 Linux Foundation 3.0 root hub
Bus 001 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub

I guess if there had been a bluetooth chip (even not properly configured) it would have appeared on this list, am I right?

Useless…
And what is about udevadm?

Here it is:

CoreELEC:~ # udevadm info /sys/bus/sdio/devices/*
P: /devices/platform/d0070000.sdio/mmc_host/sdio/sdio:0001/sdio:0001:1
L: 0
E: DEVPATH=/devices/platform/d0070000.sdio/mmc_host/sdio/sdio:0001/sdio:0001:1
E: DRIVER=SSV6XXX_SDIO
E: SDIO_CLASS=07
E: SDIO_ID=3030:3030
E: MODALIAS=sdio:c07v3030d3030
E: SUBSYSTEM=sdio

It’s included in 19.1_rc4.
But no bt, sure.

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