IPTV EXTREME app setup. If you have an android device like Android smartphone, Mi Box, Nvidia Shield TV, Firestick or any box with Android OS there are a range of app you can choose to set up your subscription like STB app, Premium IPTV app, IPTV smarter player, Kodi, VLC player.
In this post, I show you how to set up your Bestbuyiptv subscription on IPTV extreme via your Android device. There are 2 versions of this app IPTV EXTREME and IPTV EXTREME Pro. Pro version cost around 1 USD without the ad. I have test free version, it supports EPG, the channel list is sorted by country also you can add a channel on the favorites folder. So far it is good and free.
Add M3u list to IPTV EXTREME app
Step 1: Download IPTV Extreme app
Step 2: Open the app and wait for it loading
Here you can see the main page of this app. Instead of add playlist on IPTV extreme website, you can add M3u list directly by click on Three dot button on the top right corner and choose Playlists option.
To add your M3u list please choose File or link to playlist option. My recommendation is to add m3u link instead of the file.
Step 4: Add M3u list
On the Playlist Name section, you can enter any name. Paste your m3u link on the playlist link or select file section. Click OK. You will get a message ” New playlist is added successfully“
To get m3u you can log in on http://bestbuyiptv.store web, choose Manage Line button to choose Download option then click on M3u and copy your M3u list.
If you do not have an account yet please register to get 48h free trial test.
Step 5: Wait for channel loading
Back to the main menu and wait for channels loading, it will take a minute.
With IPTV Extreme the channel sorted by country, this app have the Favorites folder, search button and support EPG and logo for each channel.
If you need any help to set up your IPTV subscription feel free to contact support team at email [email protected] or login on betsbuyiptv.store to get live support.
Welcome to my viewers, my long-awaited package has finally arrived, well its better late than never, and today I have the review of the H96 Max, Rock chip RK3399 Hexa core Android 6.0 4K TV box. This box is the third generation in the H96 line, and it promises to deliver more power, better performance, and a better streaming gaming experience than its previous models.
So after the break, I’ll put this box to the test, and we’ll see just how much of a difference this latest model is from the others, so stay tuned, I’ll be right back after this. The summer sales continue, and GearBest is offering a massive 50% discount on their featured Alfawise Z28 Pro Android 7.1 4K TV box, along with the TZ P9 Wireless Mini keyboard. The offer to buy this open source TV box and get a free remote is still on, along with daily flash deals on selected TV boxes and pocket-sized projectors. For more information, see the link in the description area.
Welcome back, and let’s start with the package. The H96 Max, comes in this nice black and gold box with only the logo and serial number at the top. The box has the same design as the H96 Pro model, and it was a good decision to do this, seeing that the previous model was a bestseller and has a good reputation. So I’ll just put up the specs on the screen from the product page, and it shows that the box comes in two versions, a 2GB 16GB and a 4GB 32GB version, so I’m using the 4GB version for this review. The CPU is the Rockchip RK3399 hexa core CPU, running up to 2.0 GHz. The GPU is the Mali T860 quad core GPU. And as I just mentioned, It comes with 4GBof DDR3 RAM, and 32GB of internal storage. It has dual-band WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0. It has Ethernet LAN speeds of up to 1000 Mbps. It has 5.1 surround sound output. And it runs on a 64bit system. And that’s it for the package, so-I’ll just take a minute to unpack the contents of the box. So in the box, we have the unit itself, it’s identical to the previous model with the exception of some additional ports which I’ll get too in a moment. It comes with this infrared remote, which is probably ideal for controlling basic functions and navigating the launcher. However, for more advanced functions, you’ll be better off using a wireless mini touchpad keyboard or air mouse with omnidirectional control, for a much better navigating experience. As we proceed, you get one HDMI cable. Your 5 volts 2.5 milli amps power adapter. And a user’s guide.
Let’s have a look at the box. To the back, starting from the left, you have 1 RJ45 Ethernet input, 1 optical audio port, 1 HDMI port, you have 1 audio video port, and a DC power input. On the left, you have 1 USB 3.0 port which is identified by its blue color, the one in the center is a regular USB 2.0, and the last port here is a USB type C. On the right, the only port here is the SD card slot. To the top, you have some branding along with a blue power LED light. And to the bottom, there’re some ventilation holes. So I will just take a minute to set this upand when I return we’ll continue with the review. So I’m set, and ready to go. And as I startup the box, it displays an Mbox animation which takes a couple of seconds. And this is the launcher. The launcher is similar to the one used inthe H96 Pro+, but in its functions its different in many ways. It comes with a navigation bar at the bottom, which comes in very handy for advanced users, and navigating with a mouse or mini touch-pad keyboard. On this navigation bar you have volume controls, a home and a return button, a cascade button for multitasking, a screen capture button, a screen brightness button, a hidden button, and a power button. You have the option to add and remove short cuts by simply clicking on the add button, and selecting or unselecting which shortcut you’d like to add. You also have a handy one click cleanup button to the top right corner, to close any apps running in the background to improve system performance and that’s it for the launcher.
Let’s take a look at the app section. In the apps section its really basic, the box comes with a set of core system apps needed in the normal operations of the box. From this list, we have APK installer, Chrome browser, Facebook, Happy Cast, Netflix, Google play store, Team viewer, Twitter and YouTube. The box doesn’t come with the Kodi application, so in order to bring the box up to scratch, I’ll just take a minute to install some system streaming and benchmarking applications, and then I’ll return with the rest of the review. So I’m back, and first let’s check to see if the box is rooted. It shows that the box comes rooted, running on Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating system. This should mean that you have the freedom to download and install any app you like from the Google play store or side load applications using APKs. However, there’s an issue with the root and compatibility with certain applications, and I ‘ll say more on this later in the closing comments. Let’s check the DRM information, or digital rights management information. And it shows that this box doesn’t have support for any of the digital rights management services, which means that this box will not be able to run Netflix in HD quality. Let’s have a look at some system and hardware information. Under system, it shows that the manufacturer is Rockchip, and the model is the H96 Max. It also shows that the box has 4GB of RAM, which is DDR3, and below it shows the total and available memory after the Android installation. The same goes for the internal storage information. Under CPU information, it shows that the box runs on a hexa core CPU divided into 2 cores. The quad core cortex A53, the dual core cortex A72, for a total of six cores running up to 2.0 GHz. It also shows that the box operates on a 64-bit instruction set, with support for 64 bit ABIs. Under display information, it shows the screen resolution, and the GPU is the Mali T860 quad core GPU, with a refresh rate of 60hz. Under network it shows that the box comes with dual band WiFi capability, and below it shows your signal strength link speed and frequency. Under Android information, the version is 6.0.1 Marshmallow, and again it shows that the box is rooted. Under thermal information, what you are seeing are temperatures after placing a passive cooling pad below the box. I found it necessary to do this, after recording temperatures rising high above 60° Celsius which had adverse effects on the box’s performance during the benchmarks. After placing the fan, the mercury dropped to 37 degrees which I find to be quite remarkable. Under codecs information, from the list you have H.264, HEVC, a VP9 decoders. And I Still can’t find H.265 in this list. And that’s it for system and hardware information.
Let’s now have a look at some benchmarks. And first we have the memory read and write speeds. The H96 Max, has a RAM copy speed of 9853MB/s, the internal memory has a read speed of 96 MB/s, and a write speed of 73. And the SD card slot has a read speed of 39MB/s, and a write speed of 15. The RAM copy and internal memory results are three times as high as what you would normally get on an Amlogic or Realtek TV box. Let’s take a look at the WiFi speed results. It shows that on both the 2.4 and 5.8 bands, the download speeds were around 19 to 25 Mbps, which is not the maximum speed from my dual band router which is 30 Mbps. However, during the normal operations of thebox, browsing an installing apps was fast and efficient. We now have the Antutu benchmark and the results show that the box got a score of 67711, which again is a high score compared to the other boxes in its class. The Geek bench 4 benchmark shows a similar story, The H96 Max got a score of 1352 single core, and 2566 multicore. These scores are high scores as expected with this box. And the final score is the ice storm extreme GPU benchmark. And the results show that the box got a score of 7241. And that’s it for the benchmarks.
Let’s have a look at the Kodi application. The Kodi application didn’t come on the box delivered to me, despite seeing it preinstalled in other videos. I had to install Kodi 17.3 from the Google Play store, and it ran without any issues. I’ll now run some 4K video samples using the video player on the box to test the 4K video playback capability, and I’m using the video media player, because I had difficulty playing some of the 4K videos using Kodi. So viewers, I am pleased to announce that this is the first TV box to play all of my 4K videos including the second jelly fish video at 250 Mbps bitrate, without even pausing or pixelating. And to me, this is a great achievement despite the boxes short comings which I’ll say more on in my closing comments. I’ll now run the YouTube application and run a 4K video to see what’s the highest resolution I can get on my TV. And it shows that the YouTube application runs up to 1080p HD quality. I’m not able to test for 4K quality, as myTV is a 1080p TV. Maybe if connected to a 4K television the 4K option may present itself. For my final demonstration, I’ll test the GPU 3D graphics capabilities with a high graphics game called GodFire, rise of Prometheus. Please note, that this game contains weapons fighting and gore, so parental discretion is advised. With the render settings set to maximum, and with passive cooling, this game ran better on this box than any other TV box I have reviewed. This game utilizes a lot of memory and internal storage, and puts a lot of stress on the GPU and the CPU. And none of my other boxes was able to run this game without frame rate and rendering issues, So I applaud the gaming performance of this box. So in summary, the H96 Max has a few advancements and a few stops.
Let’s start with the positives. The hexa core CPU runs up to 2.0 Ghz and not 1.4 and 1.5 in other boxes. The box is a 64bit TV box with support for 64bit ABIs. This means that the box can run 64bit application unlike the S912 boxes that only has support for 32bit ABIs. The box is rooted, and can install the latest Kodi directly from the Google Play Store. Every benchmark score is way above average, and in the 4K video test. It played the second jellyfish video, something no other TV box or mini PC was able to achieve till today. The 3D game God fire, rise of Prometheus ran on the highest settings, with no render issues or delay during gameplay. Another achievement by this TV box. On the flip side, The box comes rooted, but it’s like a custom root, where certain apps are showing that this box is not compatible with the application, And the only way to install these applications are to side load them using APKs. Another issue with the box is that it overheats, and when it does the box freezes, so you will have to use a passive cooling fan to prevent it from happening. The WiFi speed test results were not the best I’ve seen, and the Kodi application couldn’t handle the 4K video playback, it had to be done using the Android video player, which exceeded my expectations. This brings me to my final thoughts on the H96 Max. So is it worth getting this box, I’m going out on a limb by saying that yes, the H96 Max is a good TV box, in my opinion from my various test, it shows that this is one of the best, if not the best TV Box I’ve reviewed in terms of what it is capable of. However, everything is not perfect with this box, the powerful hardware generates lots of heat that freezes up the box if allowed to go unchecked. However, the box ran smoothly on passive cooling fans with temperatures lower than most TV boxes. Also, It’s the first time I’ve encountered a box that’s rooted, and yet you are still restricted to certain apps on the Google Playstore. However, most of these restricted apps can be side loaded by downloading the APK version of the application.
And finally, I’ll be sending correspondence to the manufacturers and sellers of this box, requesting a firm ware update to fix the Play store compatibility issue, and once that is made available, I’ll be the first to do the update on this channel. So this brings to an end my review of the H96 Max, Rock chip RK3399 hexa core Android 6.0 4K TV box. If you’re interested in this box, a link along with a coupon code was placed in the description area to take advantage of this great offer.
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