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A chromebook (or chromebox) runs Chrome OS. This is basically a very lightweight version of Linux that runs a Chrome Browser. You do not have the ability to install "native apps", with the exception of recently, it was announced, you can now install some Android apps. The difference between Chromebook and Chromebox is a Chromebook is a laptop, which has a ...


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Purchase a mouse which supports multitouch gestures (using which you zoom in or out). e.g. PadKite If you don't want to purchase anything, just go to Dolphin's Settings, tap Lab and turn ON pinch-Zoom Button. Then, you'll find +/- clickable buttons to zoom in or out.


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I just briefly read through the manual for your television found at Kogan's website, and as far as I can tell, the only available connection interface other than the typical IR used by remote controls is network-based. That means whatever application you use has to be supported both by the serving device (i.e. your TV) as well as use the local network ...


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There are a number of apps, like remodroid, droidmote, tablet remote and even a number of vnc server, most of them requiring root access, and those that don't require root access have fairly limited features.


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If your device supports Google TV you could try the Google TV Remote app


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Google TV is an old set-top box (STB) product line, conceived as a competitor with Apple TV, using Intel-based hardware and initially without access to Google Play. After a rushed launch and a series of bad product reviews, Google TV had been pretty much abandoned as a product line, and is now replaced by Android TV. In addition, other manufacturers have ...


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Chromeboxes, such as Dell Chromeboxes, are essentially small computers with video output. They are designed to run Chrome OS on a larger monitor - think of these as Chrome OS Desktops, whereas Chromebooks are Chrome OS Laptops. Android TV devices, on the other hand, are media devices designed to run a version of Android and deliver media (video, music, ...


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There is POWER BUTTON on the TV BOX, its not just to release the camera , its the power button too., After Powering On the device , you need to click it once to boot the Android TV Box. hope this helps.


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Yes on Android TV I can play local games without Internet.


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You won't be able to do this without being rooted. Lots of custom ROMs (custom Android OSs) will have this built in, or there are apps to do this as well.


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You have to be rooted, but any boot animation changer can do this. Here is an example from the play store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.jrummy.apps.boot.animations


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It depends on how the Android image you're using was built. When you build a ROM image from the Android sources, you set what drivers are included in the image, according to what target hardware you're expecting to use it with. If you got the Android image from the manufacturer of the TV box, it should have drivers for all the hardware in the device. (At ...


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Think about it, if you were to stretch that screen on the handset when and only if, plugged into the TV set, it would look hacky and awful at worst! Reasons include: Would chew up a lot of memory to allow translation on the fly to accomodate the width of Android's graphics frame-buffer device - which is a limited size based on the resolution of the ...


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I am sorry to have to tell you this, but this is not possible. The OS outputs the data to the screen, and the screen follows this. When the device is in portrait mode, that is what the device outputs - as the screen has wide space, it fills it with black bars. This is the same for the iPad's (I know, I hate them as well) with their screen connectors - if ...



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