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Old 08-07-2018, 06:18 PM   #7
LexInHD LexInHD is offline
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HiMedia players run the latest and greatest, if you install the updates, but the media player software itself is pretty low-end on Android because the regular playback is designed around Internet media and not rips, which are considered to be exotic files. That's why everyone uses KODI and why it comes pre-installed on most Android players. The chipsets used in many of the boxes are the same ones used in TVs, service boxes, and disc players, so the compatibility is there, it's just the software that is the real issue. Right now HDR works on the closed media player boxes used for IPTV services and TVs that run Android, but it's still iffy on the unlocked Android media boxes.
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