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At Google I/O 2017, we announced the new Android TV Home Screen, which is part of the Android O Developer Preview and will be released to the Nexus Player later this year. And the Google Assistant is coming to Android TV as well!

Watch the following video to learn more about the new home screen experience, Google Assistant integration, and supporting APIs. Also, if you interested in building apps for the new Android TV home, check out the following blog post for developer resources to help you get started.

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For those wanting to update their Nexus Player to Android O, the OTA is rolling out this week! If you want to update your Nexus Player manually, you can download the factory image.

https://developers.google.com/android/images#fugu

Hi,

anyone knows how to disconnect network connectivity on an Android TV emulator? I`d like to test how my application behaves when network connectivity is lost.

Thanks.

Requesting help again.

The FullWidthDetailsOverviewRowPresenter on resume does not maintain its UI state. If the default state during initialization is set to STATE_HALF, hitting D-pad down changes state to STATE_FULL.

Suspend the app (goto home screen), resume the app and UI goes back to STATE_HALF. The resume causes row 0 to be selected and UI goes back to STATE_HALF

I have deep dived into Leanback code and I don't see any hook that supports this state control.

Help needed.

The FullWidthDetailsOverviewRowPresenter on resume does not maintain UI state. The default state during initialization is set to STATE_HALF. Hit D-pad down and the state changes to STATE_FULL.

Suspend the app (goto home screen), resume the app. The app shows STATE_FULL for a split second before scrolling it to STATE_HALF.

I have deep dived into Leanback code and I don't see any hook that supports this state control.

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Why was the final 8.0 image pulled for Nexus Player?

Friends I need help in VideoOverlayFragment
How to play video in background while we surfing cardview item ?

Hi guys,
I run into a problem with approval of latest Android TV version of my app (streamin https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.calber.iptv.streamin). The message is very sharp: "Your app crashes immediately after launch, which means we cannot review your app for Android TV inclusion".
Which is for sure good reason to reject (but app has been tested on emulators, fugu, shield and Sony TVs with no evidence of such a crash).
The problem is that no info at has been provided (no trace log, no ATV version ... nothing) and you all understand that even if a bug exist it's impossible to fix it with no info.
Anybody have suggestion about how to resolve the issue ? Did it happen to anybody already ? or maybe you know what type of test are used to review...
cheers

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Hi folks.
Based on the article below where my colleague James Taylor at Technicolor is quoted, I’m curious about your thoughts on OTT. Is it a technology you are considering for your business, already planning to deploy, etc.? I’m new in this group but definitely not new to the OTT space, so I’m interested in knowing more about your POV. Looking forward to hearing from you!

Hi guys,

I'm developing an OnboardingFragment and I'd like to custom the paging indicator (android.support.v17.leanback.widget.PagingIndicator). Specifically I'd like to change the dot background color and replace the arrow with a colored dot. I've thought three ways of doing this but I'm not sure if they can be done:

- Create custom style for PagingIndicator but, how do I set this style?
- Create custom PagingIndicator but, how do I replace initial indicator with my custom indicator?
- Create custom OnboardingFragment layout but, only because of the PagingIndicator?

Thanks in advance.
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