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[Download] Netflix 1.3 working on Honeycomb Tablets
Wednesday 20th of July 2011
The latest version of the Netflix Android app released today added 16 new devices to it's support list. No one expected it to work on tablets but thanks to Droid-Life who got confirmation that this latest version does in fact work on Honeycomb Tablets. Are you excited yet? Click the download link below to grab it!Download Netflix.apk
SE LiveView: Bluetooth Android 1.3 inch Display
Wednesday 29th of September 2010
Sony Ericsson has a new accessory you didn’t know you needed: a 1.3 inch OLED display that connects with your Android smartphone via Bluetooth. If you just can’t be bothered to pick your phone up off your desk or take it out of your pocket or purse, you can use this satellite screen instead.The Sony Ericsson LiveView screen can play your handset’s music tracks, show your latest RSS feeds, text messages, email, calendar reminders, Twitter and Facebook updates, incoming and missed calls, and the like. At least they didn’t try to run a virtual keyboard from it.The device should be supported by all Android 2.0 and up devices, plus the XPERIA X10 line which is still stuck in the world of Android OS 1.6. Note, I said should, as that’s what SE is claiming. The actual list of compatable non-SE devices is right here:Samsung Galaxy SHTC DesireExisting apps would have to be rewritten to support the new device, which is they plan to release this quarter. Sony-Ericsson has already integrated it with their XPERIA line to support their music player. They als
What ROM supports AVRCP 1.3 (media info over bluetooth)?
Wednesday 22nd of February 2012
I just purchased a bluetooth headphone adapter (MW600) that has a display to show what's currently playing. After a bit of research I discovered that the galaxy nexus ships with only AVRCP 1.0 support. Does anyone use/know of a ROM for the GN that successfully displays track information over bluetooth?
ROM - @faux123 CM Nexus Gingerbread 2.3.5 1.3.1 for LG G2x/ T-Mobile LG G2x
Wednesday 07th of September 2011
faux123 has released an update to CM Nexus Gingerbread 2.3.5 1.3.1. The latest version is now 1.3.1.This release is supported on the following Device(s):- LG G2x: T-Mobile LG G2x< Version 1.3.0 (Short Term Release, AOSP 2.3.5) >The File ==>P999-AOSP-1.3.0<==AOSP Patches:Fix wrong behavior when changing pin code in settings (Settings App)Fix: Text is cut in Edit word edit box when adding word to dictionary (Settings App)Send local time, not GMT, in timestamp. (Bluetooth App)Bluetooth event loop dispatches dbus data on wakeup. (Framework)Fix String16 operator+ to actually work. (Framework)Handle stopping of services with still bound applications. (Framework)VolumePreference.onActivityStop only stops playback. (Framework)Fix getSwitchState according to device capabilities. (Framework)CM7 Patches:Fix exception in legacy USB support (Framework)frameworks/base: bluetooth: AVRCP 1.3 feature changes (Framework)LGEStarRIL: Modify p999 exclusion logic (framework)LGEStarRIL: Ignore SCREEN_ON/SCREEN_OFF events on star (framework)AVRCP 1.3 feature changes (External/Bluetooth/BlueZ)Va
Bluetooth Low Energy And AVRCP 1.3 Coming To Android With API Level 18
Wednesday 15th of May 2013
There’s no denying that the switch to Broadcom’s Bluetooth stack in Android 4.2 has created some stressful situations for frequent users of the short range networking technology. The added attention also raised awareness for some features that are woefully lacking in the OS, something that other OEMs have been working to resolve independently. To a round of applause during the Best Practices for Bluetooth Development session, Sara Sinclair Brody announced Google will finally address two of the most popular requests. Beginning with API level 18, Android will officially support Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) and AVRCP 1.3.BLE, also marketed as Bluetooth Smart and Smart Ready, has been a hot topic in light of many new wearable computing devices sporting the feature, like the Pebble smartwatch and Amiigo Fitness bracelet. The newly supported protocol will allow for communication with certain devices while using very little power, a boon to our already limited battery capacity. Android will be the last major mobile platform to formally support the standard.Streaming audio to devi
AVRCP 1.3 - Android Police - Android News, Apps, Games, Phones, Tablets
Wednesday 15th of May 2013
There’s no denying that the switch to Broadcom’s Bluetooth stack in Android 4.2 has created some stressful situations for frequent users of the short range networking technology. The added attention also raised awareness for some features that are woefully lacking in the OS, something that other OEMs have been working to resolve independently. To a round of applause during the Best Practices for Bluetooth Development session, Sara Sinclair Brody announced Google will finally address two of the most popular requests. Beginning with API level 18, Android will officially support Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) and AVRCP 1.3.BLE, also marketed as Bluetooth Smart and Smart Ready, has been a hot topic in light of many new wearable computing devices sporting the feature, like the Pebble smartwatch and Amiigo Fitness bracelet.
Bluetooth AVRCP 1.3 in Android 4.3 instead of AVRCP 1.5
Thursday 01st of August 2013
I'm just curious if anybody would know why Google chose to implement Bluetooth AVRCP 1.3 instead of the latest 1.5 version in Android 4.3. I know it would probably would have been a lot more work than just the metadata that 1.3 implements, but seems silly to me to not go with the latest. I'm not complaining cause I really like having AVRCP 1.3 support now in my car. Just curious if someone would know. Maybe not much else uses Bluetooth AVRCP 1.5 yet and wouldn't have been worth it?
Bluetooth AVRCP 1.3 for LG G2
Monday 16th of September 2013
Just wondering if anyone knows if this phone supports AVRCP 1.3. I realize it comes with Android 4.2.2 which did not support it, however I'm wondering if LG reworked any of the bluetooth in their software so that it does send metadata to car stereo system for display? I currently have 4.3 on my Nexus which does support AVRCP 1.3 and I don't want to go back to not having it. Thanks.
Is Bluetooth AVRCP 1.3 Working?
Thursday 17th of October 2013
I am just wondering if anyone has had success getting Bluetooth Track metadata to be listed when syncing to bluetooth devices such as ones found in our cars. I have a Ford Focus and when I send media to the Ford Sync system using things like Pandora or BeyondPod, the only information listed is "Unknown" under the bluetooth category. I know that this in particular was an Android issue and was not support through Android until 4.3 Jelly Bean. My previous phone was a Galaxy S3 rooted with Tasks latest rom running Android 4.3 and that device works properly. It syncs immediately with the car stereo and track listings are displayed properly as well as incoming text messages display on the screen. This is not the case with my brand new Galaxy Note 3. I assumed that since it was running Android 4.3 and supported the newer bluetooth standards that it would perform similarly. That might have been my first mistake...assuming....but is anyone else having similar issues? Can someone point me in a direction that I might be doing something wrong? Im really hoping its just a setting I am m
Track information via AVRCP 1.3
Friday 13th of December 2013
Hello fellow Android people,I need help getting my HTC One X (running Cyanogen Mod 10.2) to send metadata to my car HU. I have a 2013 Kia Rio, and Kia have confirmed the HU is AVRCP 1.3 compliant. However, no information other than the name of the phone displays on the HU. Referring back to old threads from 2012 I have tried a variety of players (including Pandora) and re-tagging my music, but to no avail. I have also installed Botifier but that doesn't push notifications to the HU either. This is driving me crazy! Does anyone have any suggestions or solutions?Thanks,Dave