[APP] ThereTV . Streaming player compatible with the LocationFree protocol

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mgschwan

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Dec 13, 2011
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Hi,

This software is still in beta status. You have to expect problems.
If you experience any bugs or glitches please look in the Known Issues section of this post. If the problem is not there send me a message.


  • This app is developed by me and Sony did not contribute to the development of this software
  • A personal note from me: I will not use the trademark LocationFree or the brand name Sony in the App (especially in the title)

I do however want to thank the people at Sony (and sonyericsson). They were very active to find a solution so i can distribute this app. Their recent opensource engagement seems to pay out, for people like me.


News:
Today the 1.0.4 Version was released. It includes support for Japanese Basestation, different color systems (NTSC/...), experimental recording functionality...


----

The official site of this app is theretv.zero997.com. I have also added a commenting system to the site. You can now put your feature requests and bug reports directly in the comments.



The current status of the software is (as of 02/12/2012):
  • Compatible to all known BaseStations (LF-B1, LF-B10, LF-PK1, LF-B20, LF-V30)
  • Support for EU, US and JP models
  • Switch between MPEG4 and H.264(on supported BaseStations)
  • Recording of streams to MKV files (EXPERIMENTAL)
  • Remote control support
  • Registration works from within the app
  • Fullscreen playback
  • Works over Wifi/3G/4G
  • Selectable stream quality
  • Advanced performance settings (adjustable scaling filter/adjustable frame dropping)
  • Change the encoder settings of the BaseStation (framerate/videosize)
  • Change the video source
  • Support for the integrated tuner
Here is a video showing the App in action http://youtu.be/R1uaKrfdAoc

Upcoming features
  • Recording of shows directly on the device (like a DVR)
  • Timed recordings


Thanks to my testers: insanenyc, Tommyboy_65_98, Mister_Mxyzptlk, Jim_IT

Just on a side note, for all those people asking in other threads why no one made a LocationFree player even though Sony put the source code online:
The code released from sony is just an excerpt of an opensource library they used to stream the data everything else is closed source.

List of tested devices:
  • HTC Thunderbolt
  • HTC G2
  • HTC HD2
  • Nexus S
  • Glaxy Tab 10.1
  • HTC Inspire (overclocked to 1,5Ghz) : works
  • Motorola XOOM : works
  • Toshiba Thrive : works
  • Droid X : works
  • HP Touchpad : works
  • HTC Desire (not overclocked) : works although it is a bit too slow
  • HTC Wildfire: works but very very slow


First message 02/03/2012
Over the last month i've reverse engineered the Sony LocationFree Protocol and started the development of an Android client.


Update 02/05/2012:
The current release improves the frame dropping mechanism. This should result in better picture quality on slower devices. If the user sets a frame dropping factor the frames are only dropped at the end of a GOP. Thus the dropped frames are immediatly followed by an IFrame. This means that the frames following a dropped frame can be decoded without any errors.

The synchronization between audio/video has been improved. The audio decoder can tell the video decoder to drop frames if the delay becomes too big, this means that video frames are dropped before the audio decoder has to drop anything, which should result in better audio quality.

The remote control can now be shown/hidden.

Update 02/07/2012:
The encoded video size can now be set. The framerate of the encoder can be set.

Update 02/07/2012:
The support for LF-B10 BaseStations is now included

Update 02/08/2012:
Preliminary support for LF-V30 BaseStations. Video still has problems.
Added support for the second video source

Update 02/10/2012:
The display problems of the remote control that some testers experienced are fixed now.
The support for the LF-V30 BaseStations has been improved. But it's still H264 only


Documentation:

Once the app is installed. It's called ALF Player (Android LocationFree Player)

  1. When started it presents you with a play icon. Don't just hit it yet, you need to first hit the Menu key and got to preferences (enter Server address/port). You can also enter a hostname. If it does not work try it by directly conecting to the wireless network of the basestation first.
  2. Choose your remote (The remotes of all testers should be integrated already). If your remote is not listed i haven't extracted it yet.
  3. Go back to the play button and hit the menu key again.
  4. Got to registration.
  5. Set the Registration on the Base Station via the web interface to enabled. You should get a registration which is 8 characters long.
    Enter the password exactly as it is displayed (i guess it is always lowercase)
  6. Press "register". It should display Registration sucessful within a second. If registration does not work look at your base station anyway, it may
    have registered but did not detect it correctly.
    If that is the case, press back to get to the Play button and press it.
  7. It should take a few seconds for the stream to start (hopefully).

To activate the remote just touch the screen
To deactivate the remote touch anything except a button

If you have performance problems you have the following options:
  • Reduce the Picture size
  • Set the scaling filter to fast
  • Lower the stream quality
  • Activate frame dropping (i.e 50 percent)
  • Lower the encoder framerate
  • Set the encoded video size to low

Known issues
  • FIXED in 1.0.1 On some devices the player crashes before showing any video at all.
  • FIXED On some devices the remote control is not displayed correctly
  • FIXED The stream from LF-V30 BaseStations may cause trouble and not resync after dropped frames
  • PARTIALLY FIXED If the program can't connect it will hang until it crashes :)
Donations:

The following people have donated to this project (If you don't want to be listed here send me a message).
If you consider donating more than the 4 Euros of the donation version, please use paypal, otherwise most of your money will end up with google (30% fees)

Direct donations
dzapme; Stefan Zimmermann; Joe Lo

Donation version
Tommyboy_65_98; Arthur Fernandez; ersd999; Dominic Zapletal; Ruben C De Jesus; Alvin Kelsey; gvece; M J Elvin; echardcore; Jeremy Carter; Wayne C Corby; Brian Metzger; Brian Ellerbusch; Mark De Jong; Thomas Pruss; Duane Leichtamer; James Smith, rallyraiden; Ghassen Mahfoudhi; Kenneth Dupre; hockeygoalie; the292
Greetings


How to get the program:

You can download it from the android market

or you can scan one of the following codes:

Donation version (4 Euros)
theretv_donate.png


Free version
theretv_free.png



Michael
 
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mgschwan

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Dec 13, 2011
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Yes thats the one. I emailed him almost two weeks ago but havent even got an autoreply.

I also posted i a Sony Developer Forum ( http://android.developer.sony.com/c...=14&t=43&sid=3eb773496bf3933ca28b260bb07d4fbb ) which is currently in BETA state, hoping that the Administrator setting this forum up will notice my post and give me an answer. It got 974 views but not a single answer, which seems to be very strange because the whole forum has only about 40 posts!

I would really love to release this, because it was quite some work (and still is) but without the consent from sony i can't do anything but give it to a few beta testers.
 

scales11

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Jun 14, 2010
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mgschwan:

Great work! I am extremely interested in this and excited that I may be able to put my LF-B20 to use.

I am a newb to android coding and unfortunately do not know any Sony personnel.

Anything else I can do to help?
 

minotauri

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wow. i have been looking for something like this since i had the original G1. This sounds great. I cant wait to try it out on my Galaxy S II and my Iconia A500 tablet. I guess my first order of business would be to get my locationfree back up and running (i had network issues since changing modem/routers).

THANKS!!
 

dzap

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Jan 6, 2008
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OMG..can I PLEASE TEST this? I have two LF-B10 units and an LF-V30. I've wanted an Android version for so long and would be happy to help test or send some donation money your way if you need it.

Sony has completely dropped the ball on these things and I still use them and it was my #1 reason for not moving to Android from Windows Mobile back a couple years ago.
 

mgschwan

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I know everybody wants to test the app, however i am already struggling to manage the number of testers i already have.

Once i worked through all the bugs i will continue to contact new testers. Please understand that i have a real job too and that i can't continously work on this.

Greetings
Michael
 

mgschwan

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Good news. The LF-B10 is now really supported. Before, the video from LF-B10 was unusable which i did not recognize until someone gave me access to his a BaseStation.

As of 02/07/2012 this is fixed and LF-B10 BaseStations are now supported (but not in H264 mode)

Greetings
Michael
 
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tonybli

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Michael

This was also tested on the Touchpad and works great other than audio/video sync. Otherwise, excellent.

Thanks
 
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insanenyc

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With the latest update this app is clearer and sounds better then the offical pc software made by Sony. It also looks and sounds better on my thrive and inspire then it does on my PSP.
Fantastic work Michael !
Tested the app all day yesterday with a 4g connection and it only dropped a few times and that was due to poor data service areas .This is a screenshot of the picture quality of the app on inspire it is so clear
208b71cb-7c1d-b868.jpg


Sent from my Inspire 4G using XDA App
 
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mgschwan

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Thanks tonybli and insanenyc. I am still working on the support for the LF-V30 BaseStation and keep contacting sony people :)

Michael
 

mgschwan

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Another update:

There is now support for both video inputs. Previously it could only show data from Video 1. Now you can select the video input in the preferences.

I added preliminary support for LF-V30 Basestations. The audio works but the video has some problems.

Greetings
Michael
 

mgschwan

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Ok, the problem with the LF-V30 BaseStations seems to be the mpeg4 encoder.

They support h264 which i can already decode, but it's way too slow to decode it in software, so the only option is to force the BaseStation to send out an mpeg4 stream.

But in the case of the mpeg4 stream the video is distorted. I get parts of the next frame on the bottom of the current frame. This seems to be a problem with the mpeg4 encoder.
 

mgschwan

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BIG NEWS:

i have cleared everything with sony and am now allowed to distribute this app. I do have to state that sony did not contribute to the development and i am not licensed to use the trade mark LocationFree or the brand name Sony in the title of the App.

And i have to say. I am perfectly fine with that :).

I really have to thank sony, especially the people that were involved in this (i don't know if i am allowed to name them here, so i will not). They were very commited to help me figure out a way to distribute this app.

I will prepare a public beta release over the next few days.

Michael
 
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lf-pk1

In the uk I think the pk1 is the standard model... bought the us version b20 but does not work well with PAL. Use the b20 to create codes for the remote function. My question is will the app work on the uk version and if yes.. will it work on the galaxy tab 10? Have the desire as well.
 
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Hello,

I own a LF-V30, I wish to test the app on Nexus S 4G. Kindly provide me with a beta version. I will update you constant feedback.

my email address is my username in the forums at yahoo.com

Looking forward to it & thanks for making it happen :)
 

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    Hi,

    This software is still in beta status. You have to expect problems.
    If you experience any bugs or glitches please look in the Known Issues section of this post. If the problem is not there send me a message.


    • This app is developed by me and Sony did not contribute to the development of this software
    • A personal note from me: I will not use the trademark LocationFree or the brand name Sony in the App (especially in the title)

    I do however want to thank the people at Sony (and sonyericsson). They were very active to find a solution so i can distribute this app. Their recent opensource engagement seems to pay out, for people like me.


    News:
    Today the 1.0.4 Version was released. It includes support for Japanese Basestation, different color systems (NTSC/...), experimental recording functionality...


    ----

    The official site of this app is theretv.zero997.com. I have also added a commenting system to the site. You can now put your feature requests and bug reports directly in the comments.



    The current status of the software is (as of 02/12/2012):
    • Compatible to all known BaseStations (LF-B1, LF-B10, LF-PK1, LF-B20, LF-V30)
    • Support for EU, US and JP models
    • Switch between MPEG4 and H.264(on supported BaseStations)
    • Recording of streams to MKV files (EXPERIMENTAL)
    • Remote control support
    • Registration works from within the app
    • Fullscreen playback
    • Works over Wifi/3G/4G
    • Selectable stream quality
    • Advanced performance settings (adjustable scaling filter/adjustable frame dropping)
    • Change the encoder settings of the BaseStation (framerate/videosize)
    • Change the video source
    • Support for the integrated tuner
    Here is a video showing the App in action http://youtu.be/R1uaKrfdAoc

    Upcoming features
    • Recording of shows directly on the device (like a DVR)
    • Timed recordings


    Thanks to my testers: insanenyc, Tommyboy_65_98, Mister_Mxyzptlk, Jim_IT

    Just on a side note, for all those people asking in other threads why no one made a LocationFree player even though Sony put the source code online:
    The code released from sony is just an excerpt of an opensource library they used to stream the data everything else is closed source.

    List of tested devices:
    • HTC Thunderbolt
    • HTC G2
    • HTC HD2
    • Nexus S
    • Glaxy Tab 10.1
    • HTC Inspire (overclocked to 1,5Ghz) : works
    • Motorola XOOM : works
    • Toshiba Thrive : works
    • Droid X : works
    • HP Touchpad : works
    • HTC Desire (not overclocked) : works although it is a bit too slow
    • HTC Wildfire: works but very very slow


    First message 02/03/2012
    Over the last month i've reverse engineered the Sony LocationFree Protocol and started the development of an Android client.


    Update 02/05/2012:
    The current release improves the frame dropping mechanism. This should result in better picture quality on slower devices. If the user sets a frame dropping factor the frames are only dropped at the end of a GOP. Thus the dropped frames are immediatly followed by an IFrame. This means that the frames following a dropped frame can be decoded without any errors.

    The synchronization between audio/video has been improved. The audio decoder can tell the video decoder to drop frames if the delay becomes too big, this means that video frames are dropped before the audio decoder has to drop anything, which should result in better audio quality.

    The remote control can now be shown/hidden.

    Update 02/07/2012:
    The encoded video size can now be set. The framerate of the encoder can be set.

    Update 02/07/2012:
    The support for LF-B10 BaseStations is now included

    Update 02/08/2012:
    Preliminary support for LF-V30 BaseStations. Video still has problems.
    Added support for the second video source

    Update 02/10/2012:
    The display problems of the remote control that some testers experienced are fixed now.
    The support for the LF-V30 BaseStations has been improved. But it's still H264 only


    Documentation:

    Once the app is installed. It's called ALF Player (Android LocationFree Player)

    1. When started it presents you with a play icon. Don't just hit it yet, you need to first hit the Menu key and got to preferences (enter Server address/port). You can also enter a hostname. If it does not work try it by directly conecting to the wireless network of the basestation first.
    2. Choose your remote (The remotes of all testers should be integrated already). If your remote is not listed i haven't extracted it yet.
    3. Go back to the play button and hit the menu key again.
    4. Got to registration.
    5. Set the Registration on the Base Station via the web interface to enabled. You should get a registration which is 8 characters long.
      Enter the password exactly as it is displayed (i guess it is always lowercase)
    6. Press "register". It should display Registration sucessful within a second. If registration does not work look at your base station anyway, it may
      have registered but did not detect it correctly.
      If that is the case, press back to get to the Play button and press it.
    7. It should take a few seconds for the stream to start (hopefully).

    To activate the remote just touch the screen
    To deactivate the remote touch anything except a button

    If you have performance problems you have the following options:
    • Reduce the Picture size
    • Set the scaling filter to fast
    • Lower the stream quality
    • Activate frame dropping (i.e 50 percent)
    • Lower the encoder framerate
    • Set the encoded video size to low

    Known issues
    • FIXED in 1.0.1 On some devices the player crashes before showing any video at all.
    • FIXED On some devices the remote control is not displayed correctly
    • FIXED The stream from LF-V30 BaseStations may cause trouble and not resync after dropped frames
    • PARTIALLY FIXED If the program can't connect it will hang until it crashes :)
    Donations:

    The following people have donated to this project (If you don't want to be listed here send me a message).
    If you consider donating more than the 4 Euros of the donation version, please use paypal, otherwise most of your money will end up with google (30% fees)

    Direct donations
    dzapme; Stefan Zimmermann; Joe Lo

    Donation version
    Tommyboy_65_98; Arthur Fernandez; ersd999; Dominic Zapletal; Ruben C De Jesus; Alvin Kelsey; gvece; M J Elvin; echardcore; Jeremy Carter; Wayne C Corby; Brian Metzger; Brian Ellerbusch; Mark De Jong; Thomas Pruss; Duane Leichtamer; James Smith, rallyraiden; Ghassen Mahfoudhi; Kenneth Dupre; hockeygoalie; the292
    Greetings


    How to get the program:

    You can download it from the android market

    or you can scan one of the following codes:

    Donation version (4 Euros)
    theretv_donate.png


    Free version
    theretv_free.png



    Michael
    2
    Hi,
    I want to thank the author for this amazing app.
    I've bought the donated version and it worked OK for me. But I wanted to use my remote (for Globo Opticum 4060cx SAT decoder). So I've done some research based on author's hints and managed to get the codes :) This has encouraged me to dig deeper :) I've reworked some classes in such way that:
    1. I've now got 16-button remote :)
    2. buttons are showing on my son's Asus TF300T running JB (with original version there was only black rectangle)
    Here is a screenshot form the TF:

    TherTVScreenshotSmall.jpg


    I've dropped voulume buttons because volume control is already on android device. I've added digits (to avoid using up/down buttons many times), EPG, EXIT and P/N buttons. P/N button is rather less universal - it switches my decoder from PAL to NTSC (in Poland we have PAL system but I've got NTSC LF version)

    Here is the actual buttons png image:

    buttons_alpha.png


    and the coresponding LFXGLPlayer class code change (onTouchEvent method):

    Code:
            float xf = motionevent.getX() / (float)getWidth();
            float yf = motionevent.getY() / (float)getHeight();
            if(motionevent.getAction() == 1)
                if((double)xf > 0.5D && (double)xf < 0.5D+0.12D && (double)yf < 0.22D && (double)yf > 0.02D)
                    lfclient.sendButton("d1");
                else
                if((double)xf > 0.5D+0.132D && (double)xf < 0.5D+0.24D && (double)yf < 0.22D && (double)yf > 0.02D)
                    lfclient.sendButton("d2");
                else
                if((double)xf > 0.5D+0.26D && (double)xf < 0.5D+0.366D && (double)yf < 0.22D && (double)yf > 0.02D)
                    lfclient.sendButton("d3");
                else
                if((double)xf > 0.5D+0.38D && (double)xf < 0.5D+0.49D && (double)yf < 0.22D && (double)yf > 0.02D)
                    lfclient.sendButton("power");
                else
                if((double)xf > 0.5D && (double)xf < 0.5D+0.12D && (double)yf < 0.48D && (double)yf > 0.26D)
                    lfclient.sendButton("d4");
                else
                if((double)xf > 0.5D+0.132D && (double)xf < 0.5D+0.24D && (double)yf < 0.48D && (double)yf > 0.26D)
                    lfclient.sendButton("d5");
                else
                if((double)xf > 0.5D+0.26D && (double)xf < 0.5D+0.366D && (double)yf < 0.48D && (double)yf > 0.26D)
                    lfclient.sendButton("d6");
                else
                if((double)xf > 0.5D+0.38D && (double)xf < 0.5D+0.49D && (double)yf < 0.48D && (double)yf > 0.26D)
                    lfclient.sendButton("pn");
                else
                if((double)xf > 0.5D && (double)xf < 0.5D+0.12D && (double)yf < 0.72D && (double)yf > 0.52D)
                    lfclient.sendButton("d7");
                else
                if((double)xf > 0.5D+0.132D && (double)xf < 0.5D+0.24D && (double)yf < 0.72D && (double)yf > 0.52D)
                    lfclient.sendButton("d8");
                else
                if((double)xf > 0.5D+0.26D && (double)xf < 0.5D+0.366D && (double)yf < 0.72D && (double)yf > 0.52D)
                    lfclient.sendButton("d9");
                else
                if((double)xf > 0.5D+0.38D && (double)xf < 0.5D+0.49D && (double)yf < 0.72D && (double)yf > 0.25D)
                    lfclient.sendButton("epg");
                else
                if((double)xf > 0.5D && (double)xf < 0.5D+0.12D && (double)yf < 0.98D && (double)yf > 0.77D)
                    lfclient.sendButton("channeldown");
                else
                if((double)xf > 0.5D+0.132D && (double)xf < 0.5D+0.24D && (double)yf < 0.98D && (double)yf > 0.77D)
                    lfclient.sendButton("d0");
                else
                if((double)xf > 0.5D+0.26D && (double)xf < 0.5D+0.366D && (double)yf < 0.98D && (double)yf > 0.77D)
                    lfclient.sendButton("channelup");
                else
                if((double)xf > 0.5D+0.38D && (double)xf < 0.5D+0.49D && (double)yf < 0.98D && (double)yf > 0.77D)
                    lfclient.sendButton("exit");
                else
                {
                    renderer.showUI(false);
                    requestRender();
                }

    and the arrays.xml change:

    Code:
        <string-array name="remotes">
                     ...
            <item>SV 360 elite</item>
            <item>Globo Opticum 4060cx</item>
        </string-array>
        <string-array name="remotenames">
                     ...
            <item>SV 360 elite</item>
            <item>4060cx</item>
        </string-array>

    and finally remotecodes.xml changes:

    Code:
    	<set name="4060cx">
    		<power>
    			<on>AQAJCgEBBQAIQEAKAJk=</on>
    			<off>AQABAgIC</off>
    		</power>
    		<channelup>
    			<on>AQAJCgEBBQAIQEALAJo=</on>
    			<off>AQABAgIC</off>
    		</channelup>	
    		<channeldown>
    			<on>AQAJCgEBBQAIQEAOAJ0=</on>
    			<off>AQABAgIC</off>
    		</channeldown>	
    		<volumedown>
    			<on>AQAJCgEBBQAIQEAQAJ8=</on>
    			<off>AQABAgIC</off>
    		</volumedown>	
    		<volumeup>
    			<on>AQAJCgEBBQAIQEARAKA=</on>
    			<off>AQABAgIC</off>
    		</volumeup>	
    		<d1>
    			<on>AQAJCgEBBQAIQEABAJA=</on>
    			<off>AQABAgIC</off>
    		</d1>	
    		<d2>
    			<on>AQAJCgEBBQAIQEACAJE=</on>
    			<off>AQABAgIC</off>
    		</d2>	
    		<d3>
    			<on>AQAJCgEBBQAIQEADAJI=</on>
    			<off>AQABAgIC</off>
    		</d3>	
    		<d4>
    			<on>AQAJCgEBBQAIQEAEAJM=</on>
    			<off>AQABAgIC</off>
    		</d4>	
    		<d5>
    			<on>AQAJCgEBBQAIQEAFAJQ=</on>
    			<off>AQABAgIC</off>
    		</d5>	
    		<d6>
    			<on>AQAJCgEBBQAIQEAGAJU=</on>
    			<off>AQABAgIC</off>
    		</d6>	
    		<d7>
    			<on>AQAJCgEBBQAIQEAHAJY=</on>
    			<off>AQABAgIC</off>
    		</d7>	
    		<d8>
    			<on>AQAJCgEBBQAIQEAIAJc=</on>
    			<off>AQABAgIC</off>
    		</d8>	
    		<d9>
    			<on>AQAJCgEBBQAIQEAJAJg=</on>
    			<off>AQABAgIC</off>
    		</d9>	
    		<d0>
    			<on>AQAJCgEBBQAIQEAAAI8=</on>
    			<off>AQABAgIC</off>
    		</d0>	
    		<pn>
    			<on>AQAJCgEBBQAIQEAYAKc=</on>
    			<off>AQABAgIC</off>
    		</pn>	
    		<epg>
    			<on>AQAJCgEBBQAIQEBCANE=</on>
    			<off>AQABAgIC</off>
    		</epg>	
    		<exit>
    			<on>AQAJCgEBBQAIQEBBANA=</on>
    			<off>AQABAgIC</off>
    		</exit>	
    	</set>

    These changes allow us to have 16 buttons instead of 5.

    The last change fixes (at least on the Asus tablet) black rectangle problem. It's done in OverlayImage class (loadTexture method):

    Code:
    //    Bitmap localBitmap = BitmapFactory.decodeResource(paramContext.getResources(), this.resourceID);
          Bitmap localBitmap = null;
          InputStream is = paramContext.getResources().openRawResource(this.resourceID);
          try {
        	  localBitmap = BitmapFactory.decodeStream(is);
          } finally {
              try {
                  is.close();
                  is = null;
              } catch(IOException e) {
    
              }
          }

    I hope that the author won't blame me for this post and maybe will be so kind to use my findings in next versions :)

    Sorry for my poor english

    Regards
    Kuba
    1
    Maybe try going a different route, trying thru development for their Xperia channel (they do use Android of course!)

    Natasha Dutta
    Senior Communications Manager,
    Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB
    Email: [email protected]
    http://developer.sonyericsson.com/wp/contact/
    1
    With the latest update this app is clearer and sounds better then the offical pc software made by Sony. It also looks and sounds better on my thrive and inspire then it does on my PSP.
    Fantastic work Michael !
    Tested the app all day yesterday with a 4g connection and it only dropped a few times and that was due to poor data service areas .This is a screenshot of the picture quality of the app on inspire it is so clear
    208b71cb-7c1d-b868.jpg


    Sent from my Inspire 4G using XDA App
    1
    Just picked up one of the Sony LocationFree base stations. Looking to try out ThereTV on my android tablet. But I can't access Google Play. Is there another way to get a hold of the APK for this app ? If it works, I will be more than happy to donate - this sounds like it's going to be great if I can get it up and running.
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