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  Reply # 1178161 18-Nov-2014 21:51
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Seems to be some frame skipping on samsung note 10.1 stock 2012 Spark version tested HD and SD content and both 2.4ghz and 5ghz wireless 2.4ghz seems to be slightly better. Tried netflix and it worked fine also plex works fine. I did make sure to test with Spark DNS when using Lightbox.

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  Reply # 1178199 19-Nov-2014 01:29
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Lightbox works fine sideloaded into Nexus 7 2013.

The navbar doesn't auto hide, but that's expected given the app's written for Samsung devices which all have hardware buttons.

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  Reply # 1187255 2-Dec-2014 17:27
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Seems to work pretty well for me, although the native codecs do like jumping the entire picture sideways at certain bitrates.





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  Reply # 1187285 2-Dec-2014 18:06
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I see that jumping thing heaps on various things, so its not unique to lightbox.




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