This may be some pointer to the Tablo SW developers. Connecting the Tablo app, running on an Android TV box (RK3288 based), to the Tablo happens without a hitch when using wifi on the TV box. However, when I switch the TV box over to Ethernet it will immediately find the Tablo, but it will not connect. In both cases the Tablo is wired to the router via Ethernet.
this is a known problem with the Android app. I too am waiting for an update to the Android that will fix this wired ethernet issue
Yup, that would help a lot, especially on my Android TV box that has wifi problems (it chokes itself to 2MBps after a few seconds) which makes that option unusable
Hey guys - The Tablo app was intended to be used on a tablet where the only two forms of network connectivity are WiFi or mobile network so the Tablo ‘discovery’ method is WiFI only in that app.
As we work towards supporting these types of Android devices, we’ll definitely be keeping the Ethernet requirement in mind.
why not have android box go wireless if all you need is tablo hava same with roku
@ve7bbd I am using the Chrome browser on my Ethernet wired Android TV Box and it works pretty well, actually much more reliable than the Chrome cast dongle from the tablet.
it will wired always works better than wireless if you can
some things are just not seen on net work like my boxee box my wd tv live the box on network see boxee do not know why the others do not
mest android tv boxes are tablets in a box one thiig no touch use mouse or wireless keyboard and wrre wireless inter net so just some info