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lately I've been doing alil research about android streaming devices that can be attached to a tv....cant remember the name buh they also have some DSTV progs on the list....anyone who has experience with such wifi a wifi connection at home...say through ZUKU or any other?
 

kingkenny

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it works perfectly on faiba....believe me the possibilities are endless.you must have good fiber bandwidth and an unlimited package to enjoy.
Zuku 10 Mbps will do u fine
 

Electronics4u

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ately I've been doing alil research about android streaming devices that can be attached to a tv
There are so many in the market. Example this one:
tv box 2.jpg tv box.jpg

Its Called a
MINIX Quad Core Android TV Hub
with - 2G RAM,
-16GB ROM,
-DLNA,

-Dual Band Wi-Fi,
-Bluetooth,
-HDMI Port

This Android Media Hub by MINIX, ranks among the most popular Android Media Hubs in 2014. Widely acclaimed to be the best on the market, it comes with a quad core ARM Cortex-A9 processor that can reach speeds of up to 1.6GHz, which is paired with a quad core Mali-400 GPU and 2GB of RAM to deliver a high speed and an even more incredible performance. The NEO X7 Android TV box uses an Android 4.2 operating system, so the user can sit on their sofa and use their large HD TV to engage in all the applications that their smartphone or tablet might have in large scale.
 

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Village Elder
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i have mobdro on my phone n meen....nice stuff there...would want that on a telly on top of SAT FTA for life......a good number of DSTHIEFS....channels im watching already and cant complain
 

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aiii...mblo hiyo ni nini....elimisha bro hapa. iko tu na ile port ya usb pekee....is there a gadget u can attach ama iz how?
 

danji1

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DLNA-Digital Living Network Alliance. A standard that allows you to connect DLNA certified gadgets wirelessly via wifi. The devices have to be in the same network.
 
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