Sideloaded Netflix works like a charm. Amazon is very clever and though you install the app, you cannot view any videos. Ditched that 480p app ages ago. Try this on your mi box. Thankfully, calmer minds at both companies appear to have prevailed. That old cable subscription is looking less and less like a good deal and there are now tons of ways to enjoy content online.
But when i launch a video its just can't open it. I don't know, if this will be 1080p. You can see in the message above that customers are instructed to go directly to Amazon to setup their payment method. So my guess is, it may be my mashup of different versions. I have a shield and the native Amazon Prime Video app works great.
Does it show the resolution at the bottom of the current stream? Let me know if this works for you, if not, we'll figure something out. That said, there's a few limitations to the current app and it would be nice to get an issue tracker going for this project assuming you want to keep developing it! I came down to the comments to find out the answer to this question, so thanks for asking it. I gave that piece of shit away. What you find in the Amazon Prime Video catalogue depends on where you're located. This also happened with some of my own tries of various Amazon Video versions without your launcher. Is there any way to change this? In fact, it was only a few months back that we finally saw the for traditional Android devices.
You can't even compare the mibox to a shield. Done, you will have Amazon Prime Video app in your app list. Unfortunately it does not work for me - but this must be an issue with having a German Amazon Prime Account? Amazon original shows and Prime Video content is definitely higher on the list of rows, but as you travel down the screen, more and more non-Amazon specific content starts to be highlighted. Quote: Originally Posted by nobo2k Hey there, thank you very much for the great work! The intents and data seem to be working correctly, but I don't have a German Prime account to test video playback with. So I tried different versions. Get your Oscar 2017 results with these Android apps The last Sunday in February marks the annual gala for the world's most famous film awards. Are you guys ever going to support Amazon Prime Video? Plus I miss Alexa : So I see a lot of questions about getting Prime Video on the Shield to play higher resolution… but what about getting it to play lower quality? I first thought, it might just be because it was not running Nougat.
So it crashes on me Nice work, works fine here. I have tried these version and issues are defined below Version Nvidia and 4. Any ideas how to fix this? I wonder how you will be able to add or remove something to your watchlist. App get installed and signed in successfully it says nVidia Device registered but when I went to play some movies it just exit. Each subscription and view of yours is highly valuable to me. Couple of weeks later I gave it another try, not expecting it to work. So maybe it's the mixture of version leaving traces.
Amazon needs to stop making money selling android and then hosing all other android devices. This is why content vendors should not play in the hardware market. You can even start Amazon Channel subscriptions or a Prime membership. I tried a 4k firetv, it was garbage for everything but amazon video. It would be nice to expand upon this Also I was curious to know why you recommend using the 2.
That is why we have asked to remove the app at the first step. Follow the below steps to install the app. How to: If you managed to install amazon prime app in your smart tv, well sorry to say that is not needed. Gets on for a second and then crashes back to home screen of app. They are only hurting their customers. Prime videos pay in 1080p with sound.
The mibox can't do half the shit the shield tv can. They are only hurting their customers. That wasnt the question, infact the reverse of your statement was the question, and is the problem. I had the same error as you: Trailers fine, but video won't play. I have prime, let me watch it where I want. I should probably go test with my neighbours to get better results. As seen in the first image above, Netflix was the first app and Amazon was second.
When scrolling lower and lower it seemed to take a bit longer to load rows, but nothing annoying or anything. By the time you read this we'll all know whether La La Land has raked in all the golden statuettes or if Isabelle Huppert has won Best Actress we hope so! Unlike the Roku app where things are fuzzy and lower quality assets being displayed? I think it looks better than the default settings. After choosing a better quality, it does not crash anymore on playback, but just does nothing. Thanks for the cool idea and the effort. This is not the real deal. Mibox can't pass through every hd audio codec or do 4K hdr, it also doesn't have Ethernet.