I admit I haven't thought about entering a url, because it seemed laborious.Thanks for the new version.
Just a question, for the user defined randomized wallpaper, how does it work ? Can a URL be entered and it will scrap the page and start displaying them as wallpapers every 60 sec ?
(Awaits for future updates where I can purchase without Google service installed on my MiTV3. If it's somewhat along how Tivimate Companion works, that would be great.)
You need to copy the file to a USB drive and plug it into your device.Then, I tried to keep it simple, but it depends on how your device is handling some intents :
- in the settings, click on "select a wallpaper". If your device handles it correctly, it will display a file browser to select the image you want
- or you open a file browser (you can install one if your stock firmware doesn't have one), select the picture and then select the contextual action "open with Projectivy Launcher"
On FengOs, a file browser has to be installed, there's no stock component to do it.
As this behavior is not expected, maybe this will fix your issue. If not, don't hesitate to tell me.
Sorry, I updated the app's features on the first page : for now, this is only supported on MiTv devices (I'm using one of their lib on "server" side), but I'll probably build my own implementation in a future release.
If I remember correctly, you can disable the Google assistant shortcut in Projectivy settings (which is only present if supported, which means on miTv with Google services manually installed), so there shouldn't be any issue with it.Hi @spocky12, update looks great!
I wanted to circle back to an old topic about remapping one of the buttons or alternate button actions on the standard remote.
I have a chromecast attached and HDMI-CEC works, but due to the limited buttons on the remote, it's missing play/pause, which is the only function I really need.
I'd like to remap the mic/google assistant button as I don't use it. I was going to mess around with /system/usr/keylayout but I'm not sure if this is the right place, and since you have an option to replace the Mi voice assistant with Google assistant, I thought that maybe changing this button was going to have other problems.
pressing and holding the center button is another option left on the remote if you can point me in the direction of secondary button actions.
Thanks in advance.
Then, you should probably install button remapper to define the behavior you need (for now, I don't plan on developing a full UI to remap buttons to custom behavior, as external apps do it well).