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Amazon Prime Video app
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John C
2018-11-22 06:20:20 UTC
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I'm trying to find a setup that will successfully play Amazon Prime Video app. I've tried almost every iso I could find (x-86 Oreo, 7.1, Bliss, etc) on a Virtual Machine setup and the Prime Video app always FCs

Is this because it won't play on x-86 installs or could it have to do with trying to run through a VM?
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Andy Epos
2018-11-22 08:04:50 UTC
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What does logcat say when it FCs?
Post by John C
I'm trying to find a setup that will successfully play Amazon Prime Video
app. I've tried almost every iso I could find (x-86 Oreo, 7.1, Bliss, etc)
on a Virtual Machine setup and the Prime Video app always FCs
Is this because it won't play on x-86 installs or could it have to do with
trying to run through a VM?
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John C
2018-11-22 13:33:15 UTC
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That's a good question but I just kept trying different ones in hopes of finding one that would work. My hope was to hear about someone that has a setup that we know works ... That is Android on a laptop with functioning prime video app
Then me try to duplicate the setup.

Is it better to try to setup a VM or to setup a dual boot?
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zjaro
2018-11-22 13:47:06 UTC
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Try PrimeOS , Prime Video works fine in it.
Post by John C
I'm trying to find a setup that will successfully play Amazon Prime Video
app. I've tried almost every iso I could find (x-86 Oreo, 7.1, Bliss, etc)
on a Virtual Machine setup and the Prime Video app always FCs
Is this because it won't play on x-86 installs or could it have to do with
trying to run through a VM?
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DDS Central
2018-11-22 14:05:06 UTC
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Using a fork is not really a solution and won't help others having the same
issue.
Logcat and dmesg logs would be helpful.
Post by zjaro
Try PrimeOS , Prime Video works fine in it.
Post by John C
I'm trying to find a setup that will successfully play Amazon Prime Video
app. I've tried almost every iso I could find (x-86 Oreo, 7.1, Bliss, etc)
on a Virtual Machine setup and the Prime Video app always FCs
Is this because it won't play on x-86 installs or could it have to do
with trying to run through a VM?
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