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Discussion in 'DIRECTV Connected Home' started by dsexton, Dec 31, 2012.
That is awfully optimistic. lol
Well what do you know....
And only 2.3.4 (or greater) required for the majority of supported devices, so that covers a pretty big % of what's out there. :up:
Just tried it on my Razr Maxx and it worked well.
Yeah that surprised me too. I was rather shocked by that.
Wow!! I was actually expecting it really soon (I was just kidding about the Sept. comment) but to find out it was available today just made my day!
Does anyone know if this can be side loaded onto a Kindle Fire (original/first version they came out with)??
Google Play GenieGo Download
Edit: Oh hah beat me to it while replying!
The site not only shows 0 downloads so far...but 2 different compatible Android devices on their list can't download it - they show up as "incompatible"...
side loaded this onto my transformer prime and it works great.
Downloaded from Play store to Galaxy S3 with no problem.
Has anyone tried this on a rooted device?
I did say it was around the corner.... just could not give an exact day, cause you know that DirecTV could of have missed the release day :righton:
Son of a...
I've been anxiously waiting for the app to come out and it's not compatible with my phone!
2 more months till I get my S4...
Now let's talk tweaks needed! :rolling: !rolling
I wish I could assign the storage location for the files. I would prefer to store the geniego files on my external/added sdcard rather than the usb/main storage of my GSIII. That main storage is only 16gb and fills up fast!
YES - I was MAJORLY disappointed about this too. I have 16 gig internal memory and a 64 gig card.
Yep, not being able to store shows on the SD card is a major deficiency. Otherwise the app is working well for me.
I would just have my pictures/videos store onto my SD card, but when I did that with my GSII, the card went bad (quickly) and I lost a bunch of pictures & videos I had taken of my then 1 year old. That was even with regular downloading/backups.
Now that I have a 32gb card for my GSIII, I just keep stuff like music files and other stuff I know that I have backed up either in the cloud, on my desktop or laptop, or both.