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Wannabe Geek

#269807 8-Apr-2020 20:11
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Does anyone know if there is a plan to allow the Freeview on demand app to be installed on other stand alone android devices (like the Shield TV)?


We use the new freeview on demand on a dish box on our main TV and the wife likes it!




We have a Shield TV in our bedroom that would be great if we can also use freeview on demand on (bedroom TV is old but we already have the Shield TV)


it seems like this would be the perfect time while on lock down, I can't handle any more MAF's .... I need to escape to the bedroom

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Uber Geek

  #2457783 8-Apr-2020 20:49
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It's the final tonight


I mean.. What's MAFs? :D




You can use Kodi + OD addon, and livetv streams.


And don't quote me. But can possibly sideload the android apk too.




Have a hunt in the streaming forum 

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Wannabe Geek

  #2457787 8-Apr-2020 20:52
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Yep I have the live TV running on Kodi ok, it’s the Freeview on demand app that would be great, all on demand content in one place!


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Uber Geek

  #2457790 8-Apr-2020 20:55
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Ah, not so much a combined one. But the TVNZ + 3 are available separately. I use them for catchup, but you have search, list by name letter, or list all sort of dropdowns similar to the web.




"SLYGUY KODI REPOSITORY" into mr google...

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