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Locked: Unlicensed Android on TV Box

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  • Jun 7th, 2018 10:50 pm
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Dec 26, 2007
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[Amazon.ca] Unlicensed Android on TV Box

Hey got this in my inbox I thought I'd pass it along:

Android TV Box:

30% off code: VBW72W2L
Last edited by aasoror on Jun 8th, 2018 9:28 am, edited 3 times in total.
Reason: Cleared up misleading title
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MONTR
Thank you. Code worked
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Dec 27, 2007
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Here we go again ..
aasoror wrote: "here is one more $50 unlicensed Android based box that:
- cost about half the cheapest licensed proper Android TV device out there.
- fulfilled by amazon so can be returned if you don't like it.
- will work with Kodi in 4K.
- runs most/all your favorite piracy addons.
- works with most iptv services.
- probably have a pure linux build downloadable from somewhere.
- has Ethernet for crappy wifi and spdif for legacy sound bars.
- running a touch based phone/tablet OS blown up to your big screen.
- comes with a crappy remote that will need to be replaced with mouse/keyboard combo of some sort.
- minimal/no support and is heavily DIY
- comes with a hacked/injected version of google playstore.
- wont ever run in 4K/FHD from any "copy protected" streaming service on Android including YT, NF, Amazon Prime or your cable provider streaming app (no widevine L1 or DHCP 2.2 key).
- wont (unless hacked) bit stream HD audio."
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All the above is not a big deal if you're just looking for a secondary IPTV box for a non-4k tv. I already have a Shield TV for my primary tv. $45 all-in is perfect for my needs, thanks OP.
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HN12345 wrote: All the above is not a big deal if you're just looking for a secondary IPTV box for a non-4k tv. I already have a Shield TV for my primary tv. $45 all-in is perfect for my needs, thanks OP.
The facts remains whether or not it's relevant to this or that specific usage scenario, title doesn't say IPTV box but Android TV, thus the disclaimer so people know what they are getting themselves into.

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