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    Originally posted by Wayne Enterprises View Post

    Are you getting 5.1 though?
    I only have a sound bar which is 3.1. But it says it supports Dolby Atmos

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      Originally posted by Wayne Enterprises View Post

      Are you getting 5.1 though?
      I'm getting 5.1 with my Sonos playbase

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        Originally posted by JakeS550 View Post

        Also works on my 2017 Sony X930e! Dolby Vision! Thor looks amazing in DV!
        Wow, found it on apk mirror. Thank you! Made my day. I've only been waiting 3 years for this update. My parents have had hd vudu on their x850ds since 2015. Finally, they can use 4k HDR. Amazing! Baby Driver and Spider-homecoming looks stunning. Atmos sounds amazing via z9f soundbar. I'm picking up the atmos signal. Wow! Thanks again!

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          Originally posted by icespide View Post
          side loaded the updated Vudu app on my Sony 930e and 4K Dolby Vision is working! so happy
          JeffreyVUDU if this update is working on the Sony 2017 TVs when people side load it how come you can?t push it out via the Google Play Store app on the TV?

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            Originally posted by Morac View Post

            JeffreyVUDU if this update is working on the Sony 2017 TVs when people side load it how come you can?t push it out via the Google Play Store app on the TV?
            ^

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              Originally posted by JakeS550 View Post

              Yes
              Okay, I see that it's on the apk mirror, but which file? What is the specific version # that we should be downloading? And forgive me, but I'm a Mac guy and am unfamiliar with "side loading". Can someone please provide me with the necessary information to load it onto my 940E?

              THANK YOU in advance!

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                You will need to put es file explore from the App Store on your tv. Then sync that with your cloud drive. Open it up and install. Just do a google search on how to do it. That?s all I did. Real easy. And you need the version that is for android tv specifically. It was uploaded May 1.

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                  Originally posted by JakeS550 View Post
                  You will need to put es file explore from the App Store on your tv. Then sync that with your cloud drive. Open it up and install. Just do a google search on how to do it. That?s all I did. Real easy. And you need the version that is for android tv specifically. It was uploaded May 1.
                  I really want to try this but can you uninstall the app when Sony gets around to updating our 930e TV's?

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                    Yes. Settings, apps, select Vudu and uninstall. You can only uninstall side loaded apps, or apps from the play store you downloaded.

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                      I got the side loaded app to work on my 940E but it?s unstable. I get a lot of buffering which is annoying

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                        Originally posted by Gillietalls View Post
                        I got the side loaded app to work on my 940E but it?s unstable. I get a lot of buffering which is annoying
                        when you go into the app settings does it pass the network speed test?

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                          Originally posted by soaptrail View Post

                          when you go into the app settings does it pass the network speed test?
                          There is no speed test in the app.


                          I side loaded this on my Sony X930e and yes it does do 4K/HDR, but it seems a bit unstable. I had it crash on me once. I also had the movie loading screen appear while watching when I was playing with the picture settings. Edit: it seems more stable since the icon moved.

                          Another thing I noticed is that when I installed it, it was originally under the Apps section, but at some point moved up into the Featured Apps, where the other Vudu app lives. The one with the smaller text is the side loaded one.

                          Oddly while the app does support Dolby Vision, it doesn?t seem to display HDR for movies that are Dolby Vision only. Guardians of the Galaxy only supports DV, not HDR10, and it doesn?t play HDR. The Last Jedi and Thor Ragnarok do play DV HDR (those movies also support HDR10).

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                            Originally posted by JakeS550 View Post
                            You will need to put es file explore from the App Store on your tv. Then sync that with your cloud drive. Open it up and install. Just do a google search on how to do it. That?s all I did. Real easy. And you need the version that is for android tv specifically. It was uploaded May 1.
                            Thanks! I downloaded the May 1st file via my iPhone to my Google Drive. I'll get to installing the ES File Explorer on my 940E when I have more time. Hopefully, VUDU will get the hint and provide everyone with the "official" update soon...

                            Out of curiosity, what's the difference between the May 1st app (4.1.37.89419) and the other 5.3.1xx.xxxxx VUDU apps? Or is the 4.1.37.894119 just for Sony?

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                              Originally posted by FabianR View Post

                              Thanks! I downloaded the May 1st file via my iPhone to my Google Drive. I'll get to installing the ES File Explorer on my 940E when I have more time. Hopefully, VUDU will get the hint and provide everyone with the "official" update soon...

                              Out of curiosity, what's the difference between the May 1st app (4.1.37.89419) and the other 5.3.1xx.xxxxx VUDU apps? Or is the 4.1.37.894119 just for Sony?
                              One is for android tv the other is for phone and tablet

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                                Originally posted by JakeS550 View Post

                                One is for android tv the other is for phone and tablet
                                Copy that, thanks again!

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