Remote Media Center HD

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About this app

Android Remote Media Center is a client for remotely controlling and viewing your windows 7 or 8 media center and other windows (xp, vista) media via remote potato server (running on windows).

Works well over wifi, and much better than dlna over 3G, 4G and reportedly edge. Can easily slide forward/backward all kinds of videos.

Specifically it is able to

- Browse and search the EPG Grid (*)
- Browse and Schedule recordings (*)
- Browse channels and programs (*)
- Watch videos in various qualities (low up to HD (720P and 1080))
- Watch recorded tv up to HD (720P and 1080) quality
- Listen to music (with slider and shuffle)
- Browse hires pictures with multitouch
- Remote control (*)

(*) supported only on windows 7 and 8 media center

Needs version 0.98.6 or higher of the Remote Potato Server.
3G, 4G or wifi is advised.

A player like diceplayer, vplayer, rockplayer lite, mx player or moboplayer (try with hard/soft decoding) is needed for video.

- Strongly adviced to NOT using any app while driving or during other dangerous activities.
- RMC streams media which can consume lots of bandwidth especially WHEN using high bitrates - be sure you have a good data plan before you start using 3G and 4G connections to stream your video.

The full version ( has added features, like live TV and download capability of videos and recorded TV.

Please post bugs/comments at or as I have no technical means to react via comments.

See for a FAQ.

This product/app is Google Cast™ Ready for which an in-app purchase is necessary.

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Mar 10, 2017

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945 reviews
A Google user
August 20, 2017
Worked only during the first few minutes then crashed and won't run even after reboot. This happened for me on a version a year ago too... After changing the menu UI selection. Looks like this is a major bug that has been around a long time When it worked I was pretty happy with the functionality except for UI graphics need updating to get out of the 90s, especially the EPG. And there needs to be an option to remove unused menu items. I only want tv related items to show.
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A Google user
February 23, 2017
UPDATE: Latest version et orks now. All good. Great app. Have used this app for some time and liked it but this lastest version does not let me browse the guide. You can see recorded tv and scheduled recordings but the guide gives an error.
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February 23, 2017
A Google user
March 8, 2017
does not display channel list after android 7 upgrade. EPG works it's the Browse channel list that doesn't display
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March 8, 2017
I noticed in my test that channels do appear, but shows of a channel are not selectable. This will be repaired in the next release. If you say not even channels appear then something else is wrong in which case: Could you please give me a debug log? . Please send to Thank you.

What's new

- Program selection in tv channel list works for android greater than 6
- Works on Android 4.x as well
- EPG works again
- corrected link to livetv
- please mail any problems to