TV Player client for Android!

Discussion in 'MPTvClient (stand alone TV client)' started by itkroplis, October 17, 2014.

  1. itkroplis

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    Hi!
    I want to use the Android TV Box to watch TV from Mediaplayer server. Be able to manage the remote. Is this possible? I tested aMPdroid, but it is good when using the phone, but the TV is unwieldy. Are there alternatives to client apps?


     
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    For android, the best way to go is XBMC (Kodi) with PVR Mediaportal plugin. But I don't know if your android box has the power to deinterlace 1080i signal.

    If you have the Tronsmart or R89 box I think you should be good. I'm using the FireTV but my signal is easier to decode (720p30)


    http://kodi.wiki/view/MediaPortal_PVR
     
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