Jimmy McGee · May 12, 2012 at 05:00 pm

Pro Tip Number 1: Android XBMC Remote Control – XDA TV

In the first in a series of XDA Pro Tips, XDA Elite Recognized Developer AdamOutler shows us how to repurpose an Android device as a remote control for your TV with XBMC.  He demonstrates sending a YouTube video from the YouTube application on an Android phone to a TV.  He then talks about the hardware required to run this setup and what it takes to set up a full-fledged media center with Android integration.

Be sure to check out other great Videos on XDA TV like How to Root the HTC One X by XDA Forum Moderator and Recognized Developer shenye. Also check out Part 1 of Elite Recognized Developer AdamOutler’s article How to Build an Android App. Once you’ve digested the first session, check out part two. Also, be sure to check out the other wonderful and informative episodes on XDA TV and stay tuned for more Pro Tips. Make sure to check out the Samsung Smart App Challenge 2012!


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