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Discussion in 'Music & Media' started by tigersfan1, Jun 4, 2011.

  1. tigersfan1

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    Hey I am looking for live streaming tv apps for my LG Ally is does not have Flash and it is on 2.2.1.
    Any suggestions would be help full
     

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    If you are on 2.2.1, you should have flash. just download it from the Market.

    As far as live streaming apps, the only one I really have seen is the WatchESPN app, but you need to be on one of the three cable companies that supports this app. Otherwise, you can easily stream your own cable to your phone with a usb tv tuner and software like Orb.
     
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    if you have dish network for tv they have a free app and you can buy the hardware needed for 99.00 for a sling box.i use it all the time, love it
     
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    the lg ally's processer is not support with flash. And I have direct tv
     
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    Download skyfire browser from the market. I heard they just started charging a one-time 2.99 fee for their video capabilities, but it is worth it, to watch video on a non-flash device. It wont let you play all videos, you just have to keep looking around to find sites that support it. The only one I know of is animefushigi.com but that is obviously an anime site.
     
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