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DroidTV Android Jelly Bean TV Internet Box with fully loaded XBMC media center preinstalled powered by Dual Core 1.6Ghz RK3066 Cortex A9 CPU, 1GB Ram, 16GB Rom comes with Mele F10 Remote Control

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  • Manufacturer reference: DTV-001
  • ASIN: B00BBHFKBU
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 16 Nov 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 107,230 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Vass on 24 Feb 2013
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Arrived with android 4.1 jellybean OS (at time of purchase - Feb 2013)
Pros
It's a Jelly bean tablet without the screen. Connected to my HD-ready TV via HDMI. Increased the resolution from the gadget's settings to highest (make sure you do this otherwise films played will play in low resolution; this process requires restarting the gadget). Plays any movie formats you throw at it just like the nexus 7. Included is the XMBC app for those that know (please research...). Surfing the net is a breeze...

Cons
The Mele air remote is deemed useless due to, I guess, the 2.4GHz frequency which gets interference from my nearby WIFI router. Instead I use a wifi mouse. I will add a wifi keyboard to have a complete anroid-PC. If you attempt the Mele air remote syncing, best plug and unplug the wifi dongle while the syncing process (light blinking) is in progress. In any case, I got fed-up with the Mele air remote because its connection with the dongle would randomly drop. PS the device accepts as well wired mice/keyboard made for windows (mentioning this for the desperate ones :). The device's internal memory is not much but there are plenty of expansion slots to compensate.

BBC iplayer
The iplayer is not working by default. I managed to get the BBC iplayer working by combining the Xscope browser pro and an older version of Adobe's flash app. I found the instructions in the XDA forum.
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seller was really good, replaced Twice and refunded. !!!
the product itself was very slow at times so could not use it as an entertainment equipment.... So Not very responsive... And could not play many Apps.
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XBMC works as described only if you have an external USB HD (which is the majority of the users). In my case I wanted to connect it to a SAMBA share in a NAS. Everything connected smoothly but upon starting playing the movies (any movie, any definition, any file type), I was playing everything in slooooowwwww motion( it had problems keeping up with the streaming).
Finding a solution is more problematic as I've found in the internet that the android XBMC implementation has streaming issues with SAMBA shares (I have a jailbroken apple TV which works flawlessly) and the solution is to use it with local storage.
The strange thing is that I've iinstalled another media player which played all my movies (from the share) without any hitch, but it lacked 90% of the XBMC functionality and polish.

Please note that finding solutions for android issues like this is not for the simple user and you have to be a liitle be daring :-)
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mr. A. A. Patel on 17 Mar 2013
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Arrived well before the EDD. This is a brilliant piece of kit for the price (compared with building a HTPC).

Consider the following before purchase:
1. Watch the product review first on AndroidGadget.co.uk
2. Is a low power device (very energy efficient), therefore you will require a powered USB hub when making use of the USB ports as they will not be able to sustain a HDD or Webcam.
3. Only a few webcams will work (check for updates with AG).
4. 4GB (2GB is reserved for the Android OS, leaving 2GB for you).
5. Uses the XAF Custom Build of XBMC, therefore may work differently to the PC version.
6. Device manual included, nothing about the software, therefore, if you do not know about Android /XBMC, it may be a steep learning curve. However the customer support is good and there is growing customer base with an expanding forum on AG which aims to answer the FAQs. You can also get information from the XBMC community.

Overall I am very impressed and use it all the time, have not had any problems with the wireless mouse /keyboard remote.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By S. Neighbour on 9 Mar 2013
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The box is very good value, and the remote is also pretty good.

However, XBMC for Android is far too early in it's development, and has some network playback issues, which is a shame, as that's what I purchased this box to do. Had XBMC worked (it is advertised on the box after all), this would easily have been a 4-5 star product.

If you're willing to tinker, and buy some alternate media center apps, you can get something useful up and running, and hopefully in a few months XBMC will be a bit more usable.

From a hardware point of view, it has enough power to play back most 1080p content, though you will need a media player that supports hardware decoding. The 4 USB ports should provide enough connectivity options for most people, and provide enough power for my 2TB 2.5" Passport drive. The only minor annoyance is that the SD card slot (full size) is not really deep enough for my liking - at least 50% of the card sticks out, which spoils the look of the box.

Overall, I am happy with it. I just wish I hadn't wasted three nights trying to get XBMC working.
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