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Topic # 111651 10-Nov-2012 09:58 Send private message

Anyone got ideas to how to watch the HDHomeRun on your Android?




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  Reply # 715369 11-Nov-2012 08:34 Send private message

vlc?
xbmc?

Haven't tried but would be surprised if you couldn't configure them to work




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  Reply # 715388 11-Nov-2012 09:40 Send private message

There is an (unofficial) HDHomeRun app in the Play store.

The problem is playing back H.264 content on a phone, I've yet to find an app capable of doing this using the H.264 profiles used for broadcast TV.



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  Reply # 715431 11-Nov-2012 12:07 Send private message

sbiddle: There is an (unofficial) HDHomeRun app in the Play store.

The problem is playing back H.264 content on a phone, I've yet to find an app capable of doing this using the H.264 profiles used for broadcast TV.


Is that the one by Zaren678?




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