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9th February 2013, 03:25 PM |#11  
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i don't know that, but we can wait for the cm stock rom
 
 
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Do you think they are ever gonna update it to android 4.1 or 4.2? Or is that just a waste.
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didn't they say its fully open source and rooted? im sure someone will bring different launchers to the console, maybe not a day after the release, but im pretty sure that will be possible. Now the question is, most of our launchers are touch-based, i can not imagine how you can use them with a gamepad.

using a keyboard and mouse works well in any launcher so it wouldn't be to hard to work

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So it looks like it will be some heavily modified android UI, like the original kindle fire?

looks like a hybrd of a cross bar system and the old style app menu, looked very nicely done though. is that the one you saw?
14th February 2013, 04:59 AM |#14  
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I could have sworn that an official from the team said something about stock launchers. The product is supposedly going to be launched with an easily unlocked mechanism for quick and powerful tweaking. This is supposed to be day one. Keep up on their blog, and ask for this on their social channels, my advice. They are definitely involved c:
14th February 2013, 11:22 AM |#15  
Could the OUYA launcher be ported to an Android tablet or smartphone?
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Could the OUYA launcher be ported to an Android tablet or smartphone?


That's what I'm hoping on O.O it's no fun having all of the games I like to purchase in a tiny little folder. No es fun :c
15th February 2013, 04:01 PM |#17  
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Love android
I would love to play an android game on my TV console that too in an Android launcher, preferrably JB
19th February 2013, 09:14 PM |#18  
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Re: Will Ouya Have Android Launcher?
I would pay if ADW, Nova or Apex created a OUYA specific launcher...

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Re: Will Ouya Have Android Launcher?
If you want the ouya launcher download the SDK from OUYA.tv and install the framework and launcher via regular side load. Proven to work on the nexus 7 and I can vouch for the Nook tablet 16GB from first hand experience. Does not look good on a phone though. In order to run the latest addition you need android 4.1+

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I sideloaded Nova Launcher very easily onto my Ouya. No modification needed. Works great. Little difficult to navigate with the controller, but definitely doable. Can access your Ouya games there and everything. Much more smooth than the Ouya launcher, that's for sure.
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