Walmart is sold out in a 50 mile radius... they still have shelf space with label and price so hopefully they'll come back in stock soon.
My understanding is Walmart markets got a certain number on the first release in the USA to enter the market and sales have been brisk and successful. Once...
I'm currently running SPMC and do use Ex**us. SPMC gives me voice search with the remote is the main reason I use it.
I haven't had any real problems with buffering related to the Mi Box.
I'm curious as to why you would be having problems. I can't understand why it would be something tied to the...
I initially was not impressed with the remote and kept my K400 Logitech Keyboard for a couple of weeks.
The voice search option was my draw to the remote and after I caught on to long presses and such I put the K400 back in the closet. I'll use it for initial setups of Friends & Family Mi Box setup.
If the original poster wants service then i suggest he goes and buys a Roku and enjoy the free Hallmark app provided for it.
I get tired of hearing the how old I am thing and am not personally attacking the OP but damn I have been doing the coding, IT, hardware, and support thing for 30 years...
Could not have said it better!
I speak from experience with linux based boxes, windows based, and a butt load of cheap junk versions of android modified by someone out of business or not updating their firmware after a year. I do have my share of Nvidia Shields out among family and friends and...
Correct it uses the Google TV Playstore for apps designed for a TV not a phone or tablet app. It is not a test store.
The sideloading of common Playstore apps and other apk is another option if what you are looking for is available.
Get you money back and buy a Mi Box and move on.
$70 get you the true Google Android TV o/s and a nice piece of hardware.
I am a big supporter of Libre or Open Elec but if you want an Android box you won't be happy because of not having other apps.
Just my 2 cents!