Lan0 and Lan1 are available
Native HDMI interface is available
Internal RTC will not work. It will be implemented on the Windows 10 IoT Enterprise BSP by NXP soon.
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Hi Support Team,
Do you know if the Windows media player is working on this version ?
In the 1.0.0 test report it is marked as failed. but in the different version release note, it doesn’t say if there is any improvement on this…
I have a demo to build showing the Win10 on imx8, the ideal is to show a typical Windows application… I thought of windows media player, but if it is not working, then maybe you have other idea ? is there Edge on it ?
Still Media Player does not work.
Please be noted VLC player (ARM64 version) works well.
thanks a lot for sharing. Yes, I am afraid that Windows Media Player cannot work, but VLC player works. And playback video by webpage via Ethernet ports can also be an alternative.
Steps to Install New Media Player
1.Download msixbundle and License1.xml
download link: Releases · microsoft/winget-cli · GitHub
2.Download the VCLibs Desktop framework package
3.Download the Microsoft.UI.Xaml.2.7 by link ““download Package”” is on the right side
NuGet Gallery | Microsoft.UI.Xaml 2.7.0
4.Change Microsoft.UI.Xaml.2.7.nupkg to .zip and Unzip
Launch PowerShell as Administrator
Add-AppxPackage -Path <path to VCLibs .appx file>
Add-AppxPackage -Path <path to .msixbundle file>
Add-AppxProvisionedPackage -Online -PackagePath <path to .msixbundle file> -LicensePath
winget install “Windows Media Player”
@_Yusuke_Kuwabara please find instructions on how to install a Windows Media Player on WoA in @Andrew_Chou’s post
You will see a new Media Player option after the installation.
No. I installed VLC media player because Windows Media Player didn’t work correctly.