MyGica Pad TV Tuner for Android Phone & Tablet

$32.00

Model : PT360
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Description

Freely Enjoy TV Shows with Your Android phone or tablet PC!

With MyGica Pad TV Tuner Receiver, you can watch Live TV on Android Phone / tablet with USB OTG, or Windows laptop with USB Type-C.
It’s so convenient that you can watch TV channels everywhere and you won’t miss live shows and matches!

  • Take Your Television to Go – FREE!
  • No Internet or Data Plan Required!
  • FREE PadTV App Delivers DVR Capabilities!

Tuner Comparison

ModelPT681PT682CPT360PT362PT275PT275CPT390
USBUSB-Micro USB-CUSB-Micro USB-CUSB-Micro USB-CUSB-Micro
TV StandardATSC/Clear QAM
(USA, Canada, Mexico, Korea)
DVB-T/T2/T2 HEVC
(Australia and European/Africa/SEA countries)
ISDB-T
(Brazil, Peru, Argentina, Chile, Japan, Philippines…)
DTMB
(HongKong)
System RequirementsAndroid: Android OS 4.1 or higher, support OTG function
Supported DevicesAndroid phone, Tablet, laptops
Package Contents• Pad Tuner • Antenna • Quick installation guide (PadTVHD)
tv tuner for android phone

(MOBILE PHONES OR TABLET COMPUTERS NEED TO SUPPORT THE OTG FUNCTION)

tv tuner for android smartphone

Real live TV ! No internet needed !

Enjoy Live channels without internet connection, since the television signal comes from the attached telescopic ae

tv tuner for android tablet

Watch TV anywhere,anytime,won’t miss any highlights

dvb t2 pad tv tuner
Mygica Pad Tuner

Additional information

Weight 0.4 kg
Model

PT360, PT362, PT681, PT682C, PT275, PT275C, PT390

Brand

MyGica

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  1. Extra Gold

    Extra Gold

    To my surprise this little TV set worked like a charm. I’m in New Hampshire USA and about 40 miles from Boston TV antennas. At first I thought it was going to be a dud, but after a few flops, it did work well.. It comes with two antennas: a small loop antenna, and rabbit ears on a 6-8′ wire. First I downloaded and installed the PAD TV HD app, which had a different icon than on the box. I plugged the interface into the phone, and the app came up. I had to answer yes to a couple suspicious questions about access to my phone, but I did so anyway. I then did a scan for the USA using the small loop antenna. It found about 20 channels, but when I tried to play them, I would get sound but no video. I went to settings and set “Hardware DEC” to NO, then it started working, at least a bit. But then it would not work. Rebooted, and then did new scan, but this time used the rabbit ears. Eventually got about 20 channels, but can watch maybe 5, but they are the networks that I want to see, and after some adjustment of the rabbit ears, they came in good. Since I’m in a fringe area for OTA TV, I usually need a pretty big antenna to get TV, but this little rabbit ears did work well. So, if you are in a good reception area, it should be okay. It will run an hour or two, but will discharge the battery fairly quickly, so you then need to unplug the receiver, so you can plug in the charge cable. I used this on an a Samsung S7 SkyPro tracfone that has a cracked screen, so no longer has service, so I find this as a neat little portable TV, that may be useful.

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