There’s an app for that, and the app is a cable mover.
It’ll connect your TV to a cable modem, and then you’ll be able to access cable TV through the app’s HDMI interface.
The app will also work with Android TV to stream cable-style content, such as Netflix and HBO Now.
In the app, the “Movers” button will be replaced by a button that lets you access the cable TV channel list.
It looks like the app will have a similar interface to Amazon’s Prime Instant Video app, and we don’t expect to see the cable channel list feature made available on Android TV anytime soon.
The cable mopper also supports a “Mover” button that will automatically adjust your antenna settings on your TV.
This is a major improvement over the old “MOVIE” feature, which automatically adjusted your TV’s antenna settings.
This feature will likely be a welcome addition to any Android TV device.
You can also add your favorite apps and media to the app to watch them on your Roku or Fire TV, or you can use the app as a standalone application to control your TV from anywhere.