I currently have a 7-year old Samsung UE46ES5500 and some Philips home cinema I can’t remember the series from. Looking to buy a 55+ inch TV later this year / beginning of next year when we buy a house.
~12 year old 32" 720p Sony, and a 10(?) year old 42" Panasonic plasma. I don’t use either of them very much. When one dies I’ll get a cheap 55" for the living room, insane how much prices have dropped over the years.
Samsung 49inch 4k in the living room and a 10 year old 32 Samsung 1080p in the bedroom… In the living room a chromecast, curved Samsung soundbar and an Xbox. In the bedroom a chromecast and a pi 4 running libreelec for Kodi.
I suspect the bedroom TV will be next on the upgrade list…
The spare room, kitchen and my daughters room both have 22inch nonbrand 1080p with Roku, pi and xbox on them respectively.
I have a 2015 Kindle Fire that was rooted and runs Fire Nexus (basically a faster Nexus 7 build w/ SD). Good enough for Mobdro, Hulu, and YouTube- but YT magically started having buffering issues with many of my common channels- but nothing trending.
Not entirely sure, but to me it looks like the non-root version is for devices that haven’t been rooted and the app will just sit along side of the normal YouTube app (meaning both will be installed and accessible on the device). The root version is for devices that are rooted and will replace the official YouTube app (so only the “vanced” app will be on the device and no longer the official app).
Seems the non-rooted version is easier to install whether rooted or not.
Yeah, and it doesn’t screw with actual system libraries. I’m using non-root on my phone; will probably just uninstall the stock app on my rooted one and install non-root. I don’t need to give root access to a video streamer.