Ouya Anywhere installation to Cyanogen Ouya

Ouya Anywhere Installation guide.

Ouya Anywhere is actually a title that was given by the Ouya fan community for the variant of “Ouya Everywhere” that was open for beta test by devs to load onto tablets during its initial release of the Abominable Snowman patch of the OS. However, since it allowed almost any capable android box to run this program it gained in slight popularity as a means of being apart of the Ouya Network without really having an Ouya or setting up a virtual box for developing things for the Ouya.

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Archived – RootMyOuya.1.1.apk

RootMyOuya is now archived.

12/28/2014 – Since the Chickcharney update of Ouya the RootMyOuya.1.1.apk is no longer usable. After further investigation with trying to install this program manually and checking the logcat files. It appears that due to the updates the Ouya corperation has done that this package is no longer signed. I shall still keep the APK up on my site for archival reasons. But when it comes to newer Ouya’s updated past 11/3/2014. If you have installed the RootMyOuya.1.1.apk prior to Chickcharney like I did you probably will not notice anything until you attempt to re-install this apk.

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CheapCast – A ChromeCast daemon for Ouya

CheapCast coming to the rescue on Ouya!

In my previous article, I have discussed a lot of AirPlay and DNLA action with AirPin for Ouya. But what if you don’t have an Apple phone? What if you got a Android phone or even a laptop which is running Google Chrome? This is where installing another service onto your Ouya called “CheapCast” will aid you in your multi-platform streaming woes.

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Ouya Support – APK Space

I can’t install anymore APKs onto internal memory because I’m out of disk apk space. Yet, it says I have 500MB free space! What gives!?!

Android sets aside 500MB of apk space as almost like a ‘temp’ folder for any work it has to do with installing APKs. When it gets to 500MB it simply stops because the android installer takes that 500mb for initializing installation of your apps. You will have to buy a USB thumb drive or remove some programs off of your Ouya in order to install again.

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