Google Videos app now working on all devices rocking Android 2.2 and up
Google Movies, or the Videos app for Android, has been rolled out to some of the lucky Honeycomb devices earlier this summer. While the rest of the Android user base waited patiently, Xoom and Galaxy Tab 10.1 owners were able to rent and watch movies instantly on their devices. Now, the Videos app is available for all devices that are running Android 2.2 (Froyo) or higher.
With the app, users are able to rent from thousands of movie titles to stream instantly on their device. The app also has an offline mode for those that choose not to stream or are in a place that does not support it. There are also settings within the app that allow you to specify what your default preference is for downloading the movie (WiFi-only or mobile network).
The app also has a Personal Videos section that aggregates all of the videos taken from your device.
For those who haven't installed the app yet, check out the links after the break. It's free and available from the Android Market.
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When I try to scan the QR code, it says no results found.
This seems to be the same issues that Netflix has, it doesn't actually work as well as they (or I) wish it would. Seems I will just have to wait for my new device in the Fall and use it on there instead.
just dump your localhost (lo).
to evade rooted device check. remove SuperUser.apk
you can get root access to using "su" command on adb shell
or chmod 4755 to your dump script before removing SuperUser.apk