5 thoughts on “Review: Super Console X Pro

  1. Russ, it looks like the link you provided for your Super Console X Pro on Alibaba now points to something that is gone. Would you happen to know the name of the seller you bought from or maybe provide a new link to one similarly-priced to the one you ordered. Having trouble finding the same one, i.e., “the Kinhank one,” in the 70 dollar range. Thanks!

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  2. Ok, I went ahead and got one and I’m really enjoying it. I do have a question about the maximum tf card size the device will handle, though. I cant seem to find the answer to this question anywhere online (too new, I guess). I purchased the 256GB version, so I know that size works well, but I’m curious if the Super Console X Pro will also accept/work with a bigger card? Have you tried this yet? I’d like to clone and expand what I have to a 512GB micro sd card since I’m now currently maxed out. Any insight will be appreciated!

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    1. Hey, posting a solution to my own question here. I had a 400GB microSD in my Samsung Galaxy that I had bought last year; as it turns out, I never really needed all that space for it (thought I could transfer most of the apps to it, but too many needed apps weren’t transferable to external, so it wasn’t the big help I was looking for). I took that card and cloned my now-full 256GB tf card from the Super Console X-Pro on the 400GB card using Balena Etcher on my Linux laptop. I did test it in the Super Console X-Pro at that point just to see if it worked. It did! Then I used AOMEI Partition Assistant 9.1 on my Windows 10 notebook to enlarge the games partition to the max. I crossed my fingers, hoped for the best, and reinserted the card back in to the Super Console X-pro and, voila! I now have a 400GB card for that little box that I can now add more large filesize games to.

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  3. I just purchased the super console x pro and can’t get it to connect to my wifi. Sees my network and my password is correct. Also can’t get any of my Bluetooth controllers to register. If I connect them with a cable it sees them but then it doesn’t register all the trigger buttons or the analog sticks.

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    1. Joeyjojo2016, I might be wrong about this (someone please correct me if I am), but I’m pretty sure the “built-in” Bluetooth capability for this device is a no-go. Since it’s an Android OS clone of some kind, the settings show a Bluetooth option when you’re on the TV part of the box, but it hasn’t worked with any of my BT controllers or keyboards. Did the one you purchased actually advertise that it supported BT? If it did, you may have a case. The included remote control also connects via wirelessl connection to the box, but I don’t know if that counts as BT, or not. For now, you have to use wireless game pads dongles of he variety that rely on the wi-fi USB dongles (non-BT ones).

      What I haven’t experimented with is trying a plug-in USB Bluetooth dongle in one of the USB ports. Once I get around to that, I’ll come back and report if I got BT to work that way.

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