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Device Compatibility

Post by RKCRLR » 19 May 2018, 16:54

Is there a list of compatible devices/OS's somewhere? I've searched your website and Wiki but couldn't find one. I was going to try MrMC Lite on my AZW W95 streaming box (S905W processor running Android 7.1.2 - not Android TV) but Google Play store and Amazon say it is not compatible. However they say MrMC is compatible with with my Samsung Galaxy S7 phone running Android 7.0.

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Re: Device Compatibility

Post by RKCRLR » 22 May 2018, 01:29

Should I ask this question in a different forum? I'm starting to suspect that MrMC isn't for standard Android devices.
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Re: Device Compatibility

Post by davilla » 22 May 2018, 13:35

RKCRLR wrote:
22 May 2018, 01:29
Should I ask this question in a different forum? I'm starting to suspect that MrMC isn't for standard Android devices.
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It is. amlogic boxes can be troublesome, aml continues to do hacks.

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Re: Device Compatibility

Post by koying » 22 May 2018, 14:30

Unsurprisingly, I find no "AZW" devices in the Google device list...

I read that Google is to be more strict regarding uncertified devices using the playstore. Maybe that's the issue?
See https://www.androidpolice.com/2018/03/2 ... eres-deal/

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Re: Device Compatibility

Post by RKCRLR » 24 May 2018, 01:26

AZW is the parent/sister company of Beelink (which isn't on the list either). I don't think it is the issue of Google blocking my device since I don't get the message and I'm not aware of any other apps that should be compatible but aren't (I've installed SPMC from the Playstore).
Is it possible it isn't compatible because my device is rooted?
Is there a way to sideload MrMC? If so, what version and from where?
What MrMC subforum should I monitor?
Thanks

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Re: Device Compatibility

Post by davilla » 24 May 2018, 12:51

RKCRLR wrote:
24 May 2018, 01:26
AZW is the parent/sister company of Beelink (which isn't on the list either). I don't think it is the issue of Google blocking my device since I don't get the message and I'm not aware of any other apps that should be compatible but aren't (I've installed SPMC from the Playstore).
Is it possible it isn't compatible because my device is rooted?
Is there a way to sideload MrMC? If so, what version and from where?
What MrMC subforum should I monitor?
Thanks
Sorry but MrMC is only available via the App stores (Apple, Amazon, Google Play).

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Re: Device Compatibility

Post by amet » 24 May 2018, 13:32

Someone reported being unable to install on Shield with unlocked bootloader... is that what rooted means in android world?

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Re: Device Compatibility

Post by wesk05 » 24 May 2018, 15:27

Does it have anything to do with aarch64? I thought I had read somewhere that MrMC ran only on 64bit builds.

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Re: Device Compatibility

Post by davilla » 24 May 2018, 16:06

wesk05 wrote:
24 May 2018, 15:27
Does it have anything to do with aarch64? I thought I had read somewhere that MrMC ran only on 64bit builds.
that's changed since koying took over android side

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Re: Device Compatibility

Post by wesk05 » 24 May 2018, 18:08

davilla wrote:
24 May 2018, 16:06
that's changed since koying took over android side
I see. It looks like the requirement for Android 7 and up hasn't changed. All my Amlogic and Realtek boxes show up as incompatible. I think they are all on Android 6. I will have to check one of the Amlogic boxes with Android 7 firmware.

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