Android users use the All Screen receiver to deliver media to their devices. Android devices support a wide variety of multimedia (multimedia messages) applications that run on the device using the Dalvik virtual machine. The Media Transfer Protocol (MTP) is a media messaging protocol that allows a client PC to establish an audio session with a remote device. This enables a user to stream a video or data file from their Android device over the Internet using Wi-Fi or a Mobile Networking (MNC) service. Using All Screen receiver, a user can also stream a web page that uses the Android browser to access the device's web browser.
The following screen capture application demonstrates how to use the All Screen receiver. Use the All Screen app to transfer pictures, videos, and songs to your receiver app. This app needs to be installed on android-based TV and mobile boxes and will serve as sender for receiving media from android sender application. All Screen receiver app can be obtained from here.
This program can be used along with other android libraries to create specialized games, applications, and interactive television shows and presentations. An example of a l'application is Locker. Locker is a lock screen app that is specifically designed to behave as a private locker, preventing others from viewing unlock codes. A similar application is Lava Tube, which is an in-game guide that helps users learn various objects and strategies in the game. Lava Tube can be obtained from Google Play application marketplace.