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  1. That's a great device. I run a Nvidia Shield Pro. I love it because it has a Gigabit Ethernet port, and 2 built in USB 3 ports for expandable storage. You can even use it as a Plex Server.
  2. Yes I know. But the point is they are making things more difficult. I used to run Launcher Manager with Wolf Launcher as my default home screen. With the recent updates, this is no longer possible, but I can still do it on my Android OS. I'm not trying to s**t on the Firestick, it's a great device. Just wanted to let people know there are other great options in the same price range. In fact, on Amazon MX the Google device is priced lower than the 4K Firesticks.
  3. I'm not talking about having an Amazon account. I'm talking about access to developer options, such as allowing 3rd party apps etc. Also they are making it more difficult to change launcher screens to customize layouts and other other options. The Chrome device is functionally the same as far as performance goes, but it is more customizable.
  4. I would stay away from the Firestick. They were great a couple of years ago but the recent OS updates are making everything more proprietary to the Amazon ecosystem. I would recommend the Google Chromecast TV, or an Nvidia Shield if price is no object.
  5. I sent you a private message.
  6. https://www.walmart.com.mx/computadoras/accesorios-para-computadoras/reguladores-y-no-breaks/ups-cyberpower-cp685avrlcd-8-contactos-685va-390w-cyberpower-cp685avrlcd_00064953200687?msclkid=3bdb4252b7c9160898ea20ea37f1907c&utm_source=bing&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=mg_lf_bing_ecomm_pla_1p_3p&utm_term=4581115210520314&utm_content=mg_sem_pla_1p_3p Or something similar
  7. I just use UnDosTres.com.mx. I understand people's desire to pay in person, but I'm lazy and prefer to pay all of my bill online.
  8. Anybody else? I've been using my Telcel Android phone as a wifi hotspot for about 7 hours. Works great. I get about 50Mbps download speeds.
  9. You're right, $250 is not a lot, but compared to a $40 streaming device...it is. Another plus for the Android device is they are designed just for streaming and not much else, so the graphics chips are optimized for current HDR offerings, such as Dolby Vision etc....which as far as I know, the Intel 500 graphics controller doesn't support. And there is an app on Google Play for BBC IPlayer, so I assume you can sign up on a streaming device. All streaming devices support browsers, so anything you can do on a PC (browsing wise) you can do on a streamer. It just seems odd to me to spend an extra $200 just to watch content over the internet, but hey, if it works for you....................
  10. I can do all of that (and more) on a $40 Android TV device.
  11. If you want legitimate sources, you can access almost all the mainstream IPTV sources with ExpressVPN. YouTube TV, Fubo, Sling, Hulu Live etc..............They are all about $65 to $70 a month, except Sling which is about $35 to $50 depending on the package. Also check out Directv Go Mexico. Most channels in English and less than $20 a month. https://www.directvgo.com/mx/
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