the mk802 is being delivered all around the globe now and is a very nice device but is very small and next to weightless... hehe i had several issues with installing a specific app i wanted to test for the mk802 called "droidmote". it allows for you to control the mk802 via any other android device operating on the same wifi as the mk802.
to get this app to function you will need to flash the mk802 with a firmware developed specifically for the mk802 that includes settings that must be present for the device to communicate with the other android device of your choice. i do have this modified firmware but i will not post it here for it is "buggy" compared to the standard mk802 firmware which operates smoothly but WARNING
for most of the downloads for the factory .img are incomplete and after 2 hours of testing i finally got the complete factory firmware which is same name as the incomplete links i had previously tested...here is that link for you if needed http://www.4shared.com/archive/TLzMhaXQ/en-us-NEW2-ak003img.html
you will need to get "livesuit" to do any flashing of this device and if you are fimiliar with the a10 platform than this should go easy enough for you
allow me to explain the bugs in the firmware needed for using the droidmote app -
it does play well for surfing the web and market if you have links and do not need to type anything for i had issues with the on-screen keyboard and my devices not sending keyboard data to the mk802... according to the developer it is just some added code to the kernel such as a "uinput module" and i located the download for it through liliputing.com and miniand.com ...now my error might be due to the fact i have the 1gb ram upgrade but i am not certain...seems most confirmations are from 512mb ram mk802's so hopefully there will be an update soon
the actual manufacturer of the mk802 is a company called "shenzen rikomagic tech corp., ltd"
and i am seeing variations or clones of this device on the market or they might be versions made for the chinese market for they look same but do not actually say mk802 on the device such as mine. -not confirmed but buyer beware to make sure your device says mk802 to be sure you get what you pay for.
back to the flashing procedure it is pretty simple after many errors from livesuit for incomplete .img and here is a piece of advice --- if you go to flash and livesuit gives you a pop-up window with a yellow "!" and no details then you have an incomplete .img file and need to locate a full proper .img
one thing i dislike about this model is there is no power switch...you simply close all apps/programs and unplug to power down as safely as possible
feel free to post questions or comments concerning this device or if you have one let me know how your device works and if you experienced same or different issuesEDIT
... I got droidmote to work pretty well after a few attempts