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18th February 2013, 04:26 PM   |  #1  
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I know nothing about Android TV software, but I'm interested in buying an Ouya (already pre-ordered) for the sole purpose of installing Android and using it as an Android TV with gaming capabilities. This may seem like quite a stretch, I'm not sure.

Does Google share the source code for Android TV? Is anyone else interested in this or something similar?
18th February 2013, 10:45 PM   |  #2  
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Well, someone can try to port the Android TV Apps to Ouya, but we need the sources...
19th February 2013, 10:47 AM   |  #3  
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Hey ... i think about the same Project.

First of all we should wait if the first Ouya Devices shipped because i think at these time they will release the needing Sources.
If not we have "GPL Violation" .... so we should wait.

I will perfom the integrated "XBMC" with now support Live-TV in Combination with "tvheadend" Server but need help to get tvheadend compile and run under "Android-Kernel" (Tegra3). If some developer will help it would be great !!!
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XBMC is already working on supporting OUYA so no worries there. It will probably be ready by the time OUYA consoles ship out.

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XBMC is already working on supporting OUYA so no worries there. It will probably be ready by the time OUYA consoles ship out.

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I know it but for getting xbmc work like live tv you need server with Communication to your dvb device over USB. I actually test some dev porting and compiling of tvheadend server for Android Kernel but got some Problems because Most libs doesnt work .
I test actually with tegra 2 device so if first Version run its easier to port it to newer tegra parts !

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28th March 2013, 10:57 PM   |  #6  
I use my HDHomeRun on XBMC. It's natively supported with XBMC and it's a network streamer. You set up a list of your channels (takes a bit of work), then select which channel you want from a list. Get a HDHomeRun.
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I been using a Rasp Pi....
10th May 2013, 02:06 PM   |  #8  
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Sort of related, I installed the YouTube for Google TV apk on my Ouya and it runs great. Works splendidly with a controller, and can still use my phone to control playback.

edit: sorry if this was a terrible grave-dig.
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Sort of related, I installed the YouTube for Google TV apk on my Ouya and it runs great. Works splendidly with a controller, and can still use my phone to control playback.

edit: sorry if this was a terrible grave-dig.

Sounds great. Is there a place you might point us to to find this?

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Sounds great. Is there a place you might point us to to find this?

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I found a "newish" version here (not sure if it's the newest or not)
http://minixforums.com/threads/youtu...152/#post-1677

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