A new antenna tv app on Android is finally here, and it’s bringing a slew of new features and options to Android TV.
In this tutorial, we’ll cover how to get it running on Android, including how to install it, set up the antenna, and get a working antenna.
Before you dive into setting up the app, let’s first talk about the antenna itself.
The antenna itself is pretty small, measuring about a foot tall and a half wide.
The top of the antenna is about six inches wide and is surrounded by a metal cover that houses the antenna and the remote control.
There’s a USB port on the back, as well as a headphone jack.
You can plug in a Bluetooth speaker to use the app as well, and the app also comes with a built-in USB cable that you can use to connect to your smartphone or tablet.
You can’t use the antenna as a remote control for the app though, as it doesn’t have an onboard microphone.
Instead, it uses Bluetooth Low Energy to connect and play back content on your smartphone, tablet, or other Android device.
That means the app won’t work with Android TV, but it’s still an option for those that want to play content from a remote.
You’ll need to create a new account to get started, but you can get the app setup in a few clicks.
Follow these steps to do so:1.
Click here to access the app on your phone, or scroll down to “Sign in to Android Settings” to access it on your device.2.
Once you’ve signed in, you’ll see a page where you can sign up for an account.
The account is locked until you sign out, but the app will still allow you to sign in.3.
After you sign in, scroll down and click on “Sign up for my account.”
This will give you the option to set up your phone or tablet to use as an antenna.4.
Once signed in to your account, click “Sign me up for this account” and then follow the prompts to complete the setup.
Now, let me tell you a bit about the app itself.
This is the big, shiny new app that has finally been released, and you can check out a quick demo here.
The app has a few major changes to the way it handles your TV antenna.
First of all, you now get to choose which channels to stream from, as opposed to the standard Android TV tuner that lets you choose from channels you already own.
That way, you won’t have to do a lot of trial and error to find the right channel for you.
Second, the app now includes two channels that you’ve probably never heard of: AM and FM.
You’ll have to watch this channel before you can watch another one.
This way, if you decide that AM or FM isn’t for you, you can just switch to another channel.
You also get to select whether or not you want the app to play audio from the receiver when you plug it in, instead of the speaker.
This means that when you’re using the app with the receiver plugged in, audio from that app won, in theory, be used as the audio source when the app’s running.
If you prefer, you could also choose to skip the sound source altogether, or you could choose to only play AM and/or FM content when the device is in the same room as the app.
You could even opt to skip a channel entirely, or even skip both AM and AM and RadioShack Radio, but I recommend that you stick to the two options that will actually work best.
The app will then start playing content based on which channels you’ve chosen.
In my example, I selected RadioShade as the channel to play AM from, and then I played RadioShacks content through the app without the sound sources.
If you’re looking to skip RadioShades content entirely, you just need to follow the steps on the next page to skip it.
Here’s a quick rundown of the other major changes:First off, you get to pick the channel that you want to stream.
I chose RadioShark, as that’s the channel I already own and I’m a huge fan of.
You don’t need to use a second account to watch RadioSharks content, but if you’re curious, you should check out this handy guide for getting started with the app for Android.
The third change is a lot less obvious.
Instead of just showing you the channel names that you select, the new app now shows you a preview of the channel’s name and a countdown timer.
When you get close enough to see the name of the show, you know it’s coming up on the timer.
The fourth change is actually a lot more important than the last one.
Instead in the past, when you watched a show on your Android TV device, you would get a list of channels on