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Chromecast and Moto x

OP needleyepoke

14th March 2014, 07:10 PM   |  #1  
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This is some info I can't keep but sharing I came across a video about Chromecast work around. It was really lengthy and boring...but..here's what it was. Use the app avia (it's worth paying for) and the app show box. After installing link the avia to your Chromecast, then open up the show box app find a movie or show. Select what quality your Wi-Fi can handle. UN check the use internal player, click watch now and select avia. So far from what I can tell I could disconnect my Hulu, Netflix and probably my cable. Every series I watch was on there and every movie I've bought through vudu was there. Show box is not in the android app store but I found it on slideme's website. Another video app is tv portal

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15th March 2014, 04:28 AM   |  #2  
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