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Chinese Apps for Android TV

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AsianXL wrote:
Aug 28th, 2018 4:20 pm
Hey, what IPTV providers are you using now?
Ok2

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AsianXL wrote:
Aug 27th, 2018 4:38 pm
Your link is broken. :(
Download this m3u file and use a file manager (es file explorer) to copy and paste in a folder on your tv box. On the Perfect Player app, select the m3u file from the folder as playlist.
Read earlier Perfect Player post if anyone don't know how. Download and save these 2 m3u files for future use.

iptv m3u file
https://mega.nz/#!YTpFWAQR!1pgE3F2XE_nX ... O43hMzk_yQ

xxx m3u file
https://mega.nz/#!EKR3kCaS!9tr2VvE8XAH7 ... 3oKcpT4V3A
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AsianXL wrote:
Aug 28th, 2018 4:20 pm
Hey, what IPTV providers are you using now?
Did you protect your Nexus Player from being killed by the Oreo update?
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HotYaris wrote:
Sep 18th, 2018 11:14 am
Did you protect your Nexus Player from being killed by the Oreo update?
The Oreo update killed my Nexus Player rendering it useless, even a simple task like chromecast was laggy.

I am using the MIBOX3 now.
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Download and install RSS Player app from Google Playstore on your Android device.
https://play.google.com/store/apps/deta ... r&hl=en_CA

Set up icdrama as a new channel in the RSS Player app using the address below.
http://allrss.se/dramas
Note: Previous address http://irss.se/dramas is no more valid.

You are all set to watch loads of dramas and shows from Hong Kong, China, Japan or Korea.
You need a wireless mouse or an air-mouse to navigate the app on your Android device if it has no touch screen.
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drdtyc wrote:
Nov 3rd, 2018 4:34 pm
Download and install RSS Player app from Google Playstore on your Android device.
https://play.google.com/store/apps/deta ... r&hl=en_CA

Set up icdrama as a new channel in the RSS Player app using the address below.
http://allrss.se/dramas
Note: Previous address http://irss.se/dramas is no more valid.

You are all set to watch loads of dramas and shows from Hong Kong, China, Japan or Korea.
You need a wireless mouse or an air-mouse to navigate the app on your Android device if it has no touch screen.
Interesting that the RSS app is incompatible with all my true Android TV boxes. My nexus tablet is the only thing it's compatible with and I hardly ever use that. Not much interested in watching anything on small screens anymore. Anything for Tizen smart TVs or Google Nexus, Xiaomi Mi Box or Nvidia Shield?
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DougO wrote:
Nov 5th, 2018 12:09 am
Interesting that the RSS app is incompatible with all my true Android TV boxes. My nexus tablet is the only thing it's compatible with and I hardly ever use that. Not much interested in watching anything on small screens anymore. Anything for Tizen smart TVs or Google Nexus, Xiaomi Mi Box or Nvidia Shield?
Use the tv box version. Don't need air mouse to navigate. Works on nvidia shield.

RSS Player TV Box Version
https://mega.nz/#!lLQUzZKL!2Y3kc6Ci2lfs ... tRnjJZgYLE
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@tylerlee62888

If I’m starting with nothing, what’s the best hardware to get? Should I get Perfect Player or go with the RSS method?

I’m looking for Cantonese and Mandarin content, maybe some Korean dramas too.

I was planning on using Mag box with OK2. But I’m open to suggestions.
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Gee wrote:
Nov 5th, 2018 3:22 am
@tylerlee62888

If I’m starting with nothing, what’s the best hardware to get? Should I get Perfect Player or go with the RSS method?

I’m looking for Cantonese and Mandarin content, maybe some Korean dramas too.

I was planning on using Mag box with OK2. But I’m open to suggestions.
If you want to start cheap and see what content is out there, I suggest trying with whatever existing hardware you have that can load an app that does rss feeds. vchannel is a pretty light weight app and it is super easy to navigate. The problem with using these feeds is they go up and down often. IPTV is a lot more reliable as it is a "paid service". Also IPTV content is huge, unbelievable quantity. If you go that route, you can still use a variety of apps installed on pretty much any device. STBemu is one of the more popular IPTV compatible apps. The cheapest way to test out IPTV service is to get one and set it up on STBemu. If you want to go all out and make the experience as close to cable TV as possible then you are looking at getting an android box with a custom app that runs a UI that is very much identical to a cable box. The wife has been using rss feeds for some time and wanted to try something a little more reliable and just as easy to use. So, I got a Buzz TV xpl3000 and ok3 service. ok2 apparently has 4 newer Chinese channels that have not made its way to ok3 yet. ok2 is the older server, ok3 is the newer addition. There are a few long running threads on this forum about IPTV. Lots of good discussions and tips can be found there.
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drdtyc wrote:
Nov 3rd, 2018 4:34 pm
Download and install RSS Player app from Google Playstore on your Android device.
https://play.google.com/store/apps/deta ... r&hl=en_CA

Set up icdrama as a new channel in the RSS Player app using the address below.
http://allrss.se/dramas
Note: Previous address http://irss.se/dramas is no more valid.

You are all set to watch loads of dramas and shows from Hong Kong, China, Japan or Korea.
You need a wireless mouse or an air-mouse to navigate the app on your Android device if it has no touch screen.
Does the RSS feed works for you?
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Gee wrote:
Nov 5th, 2018 3:22 am
@tylerlee62888

If I’m starting with nothing, what’s the best hardware to get? Should I get Perfect Player or go with the RSS method?

I’m looking for Cantonese and Mandarin content, maybe some Korean dramas too.

I was planning on using Mag box with OK2. But I’m open to suggestions.
if u already have an android box, just install 今日影视 from my earlier post. works on every android i have tested. it has everything video-on-demand needs (except kdrama in cantonese). rss player tv box version is good for back up. as for android box, mecool m8s pro L, minix u9 and nvidia shield are my favorite.
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SwaunyJones wrote:
Nov 5th, 2018 9:55 am
How do you get this to work on the Nvidia Shield? I've been trying to figure this out for quite some time now.
download this tv box version on the computer and sideload on the shield.

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