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How to Install XMEye on Android Smart TV

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XMEye for Android TV

For anyone who has CCTV support at their home or work might be interested in XMEye. XMEye helps you access your CCTV surveillance videos on your other devices like your smartphone. The app uses cloud technology to sign in to your device with its serial number. On the successful log-in, you can get to access your security videos. However, it might be more useful and convenient if you can access them on your TV. So let’s find out how to add and access the XMEye app on Android TV.

The XMEye app can handle up to a maximum of 64 CCTV cameras simultaneously. It is far more than most other similar services that support a maximum of 40 or 50 cameras. Also, XMEye supports features of taking snapshots and sharing your videos or snapshots on social media. 

Pricing

It is completely free to download and access XMEye on all supported devices, including your TV.

XMEye for Android TV

XMEye hasn’t made its version available for Android TV yet. So, you need to find another way to get the XMEye app on your device, like sideloading.

Supported Android TVs

  • Sony Smart TV
  • Sharp Smart TV
  • MI Smart TV
  • TCL Smart TV
  • Hisense Smart TV
  • Philips Smart TV
  • Skyworth Smart TV

Supported Android TV Boxes

  • AirTV
  • AT&T TV
  • DIRECTV Stream Box
  • Epson
  • NVIDIA
  • Mi Box and Mi Box S

How to Get XMEye on Android TV

Since we don’t have an official XMEye app for the Android TV platform, you have to sideload it from an unofficial source. The process can be categorized into three simple steps.

  • Installing Downloader on Android TV
  • Enabling Unknown Sources
  • Downloading XMEye using Downloader

Installing Downloader on Android TV

First of all, you need to install Downloader on Android TV. The app is already available for the Android TV platform, and it helps you download third-party apps on your device.

1. Firstly, turn on your Android TV and connect to the internet.

2. Select the Apps tab and open the Google Play Store.

XMEye for Android TV

3. Select the Search icon and type in Downloader by AFTV news.

4. Pick up the Downloader app and click on the Install button.

Install Downloader

5. Wait for a few minutes so that the app installs on your TV.

Enabling the Unknown Sources

By downloading the Downloader app, you can’t install any third-party apps. For this, you need to enable the unknown sources settings of the downloader app to sideload the apps.

1. Launch the Settings of your Android TV from its home screen.

Android TV Settings

2. On the menu, click on the Security & Restrictions option.

3. Click on the Unknown Sources option on the menu.

4. Enable unknown sources for the Downloader app by sliding the toggle located next to it.

Installing XMEye on Android TV Using Downloader

Once you are done changing the settings, it is time to install third-party apps on your device. To download XMEye, follow the instructions as follows.

1. Launch the Downloader app on your Android TV.

2. Click on the Allow option.

3. Enter the URL for the XMEye Android TV app.

4. To download the apk file, click on the Go option.

XMEye for Android TV

5. Install the XMEye app after downloading the apk file and wait for it to complete.

Delete the apk file

7. Once the download completes, launch the XMEye app and Sign in to your account to watch the security videos.

Other Devices that Support XMEye

Anyone with one of the following devices in your possession can access XMEye.

  • iPhone
  • iPad
  • Android smartphone
  • Tablet
  • Windows PC
  • Mac

RelatedInstall Xender on Android TV to transfer files between your TV and smartphone.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. How Does XMEye Work?

XMEye uses cloud technology, and you can access the video footage on your TV.

2. Can I access XMEye on my Smart TV?

If you wish, you can install the XMEye app on your Smart TV by sideloading it from a third-party source.

3. What Is XMEye?

XMEye is an application that helps you access security video footage on your devices like smartphones and PCs.

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