OMX Remote (Raspberry Pi) For PC Windows and MAC – Free Download

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OMX Remote (Raspberry Pi) For PC Free Download And Install On Windows 10, MacOS, the newest version of “OMX Remote (Raspberry Pi)” is now available to run on computer OSs such as Windows 10 32bit & 64bit.

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How To Install OMX Remote (Raspberry Pi) App on Windows PC & MacBook

Download OMX Remote (Raspberry Pi) software for PC with the most potent and most reliable Android Emulator like NOX APK player or BlueStacks. All the Android emulators are completable for using OMX Remote (Raspberry Pi) on Windows 10, 8, 7, computers, and Mac.

  1. Download Emulators for Windows PC from official pages below to install them.
  2. Best emulators are here:; Or as an alternative
  3. Open Android emulator and login with Google account.
  4. OMX Remote (Raspberry Pi) app available on Play Store. So search and find it.
  5. Choose install option under the OMX Remote (Raspberry Pi) logo, and enjoy!

FAQ Of OMX Remote (Raspberry Pi)- Features and User Guide

Remotely control OMX Player on your Raspberry Pi.

If you don’t own a Raspberry Pi, or you don’t know what it is, keep moving, there is nothing to see here… If you do, stay tuned!

What is it?
– a simple way to watch videos on the Raspberry Pi with minimal overhead
– all you need is an SSH server (you will probably have this anyway) and OMX Player (naturally)

What is it not?
– a full-blown media player
– a generic SSH client
– a remote control for any other things on the Raspberry Pi, like GPIO pins, system monitor, etc.

I want to know more!
– large remote control for convenience, with alternative layouts
– supports hardware volume buttons
– keep browsing files while watching videos
– OMX Player connection running in the background to free up your device to do other things
– quick access to remote control via notification
– support for subtitles and multiple audio streams
– optional “screen” support to re-attach lost connections
– password based or public key SSH login
– support “killall” as a last resort to get rid of a running OMX Player that you somehow have lost control over (try the “screen” option if your connection is prone to drop frequently)
– reboot/shutdown and TV on/off functions for convenience
– integrated IMDb lookup (IMDb app needs to be installed)
– folder play, i.e. auto advance to next item
– URL play (add/edit/delete URLs manually, view/share URLs with OMX Remote from external app, configure multiple URL play commands)
– experimental playback of videos on device (share from Photos or Gallery app)

Help, I’m stuck!
– if you cannot get a file listing, try to log in to your Raspberry Pi using a generic SSH client with the same connection and user details
– if you get a file listing but cannot play any files, try to run OMX Player manually on the Raspberry Pi
– if that does not help, drop us an email

Oh, by the way, thanks for reading this far, and of course…

have a nice day 😉

What’s New On New Version Of OMX Remote (Raspberry Pi)

– experimental playback of videos on device (share from Photos or Gallery app)
– recognize file types by extension (configurable in preferences)
– only play video files
– optionally hide unknown files
– show specific icons in directory list
– optionally hide hidden files
– follow symbolic links
– material design
– minor GUI changes


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