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Connect to Internet

Using an Ethernet cable or if you don’t have an Ethernet cable you can connect using WIFI.

For WIFI go to

Settings
Network
WIFI
Select Your WIFI
Enter Your Password
Click Connect

Setting up the controller

Open the back of the keypad where the battery is. Take out the USB dongle and put it in any USB slot on the box.

The keypad will now automatically work.

Use the cable provided to charge the keypad from time to time.

About X96 Max
X96 MAX Amlogic S905X2 Android 8.1 4GB DDR4 32GB eMMC 4K TV Box with LED Display Dual Band WiFi Bluetooth Gigabit LAN USB3.0

Overview
Runs on Android 8.1, X96 MAX is at the moment one of the first TV Boxes which runs on Android 8.1 an update to Oreo that showcases more ways to express yourself, along with a handful of other features and improvements to stability as well as performance.

Amlogic S905X2
X96 MAX runs Android Oreo on Amlogic S905X2, an upgrade of its S905X2 predecessor with the same quad-core Cortex A53 cores paired with a ARM Dvalin MP2 GPU but adding VP9 hardware decoding, which is the absolute mainstream decoding formats around the global.

DDR4 4GB RAM, eMMC 32GB
It boasts DDR4 4GB RAM, and eMMC 32GB, advantageous in performance, security and reliability, ascribing to the eMMC memory, ultimately delivering a richer end-user experience.

True 4K Media Player
While your average media box might only accept 1080P video playback, this gadget plays just about any 4K sources you could throw at it. Furthermore, it moves out into reality the fantasy of VP9 hardware decoding alongside the H.265.