I didn't received any answer either, but my links were working 5 days later... so I'd say it actually takes a lot more than just a day which is understandable, given that there are just a few people with a lot of things to do... if you already sent a mail I would advice to just relax and forget about it for a few days
hello,. I want to add link to a missing episode but i have get this message "tv show episodes must be submitted by their own imdb id." but the id is correct, or this option is just for linkers help plz!!
. Yeah. I'm using 2nd Nexus 7. I use VGet(it has built in browser) I also have MX Player. I ( on vget) go to any solar movie/tv page find one of those links(mostly AMV) and after I get to the embeded video the screen turns to a big red down arrow. I click on the little Cast icon on the top right corner and connect to my Chromecast, then I tap on the big red arrow and a prompt comes up asking it I want to stream, download, or send to DLNA. If i don't want to use the Chromecast I can also have the video opened in MX Player and watch on my tablet.. I love it! I have my pc hooked to my 52" tv in the living room, but I don't want to stay in the LR all the time so I can either cast to my CC or to my 360 in my /bedroom and watch whatever I want without having to move my pc. Plus with the app Allcast I can watch videos on my device through the CCast. I can honestly say that was the best $35 I ever spent now!. The Chromecast hooks into an HDMI port on tv and it has a power hookup that can plug into a usb port on the tv or use the supplied adapter and plug into the wall.
@Lildreamer101 all the links are listed as CAM, not HD. If you don't like the quality, you should go by a movie ticket. As for the move, it had some funny moments but nothing great in my opinion- 6.5/10 Thanks Linkers
Wow, this was a FANTASTIC documentary with a very interesting back-story. The creator spent almost a decade on it, including several trips deep into the areas of Africa where recent oil conflicts have been destabilizing nations like Ghana and Nigeria; she documents, in real time, the complex nature of oil economics through the eyes of a CEO who's kicked out of his own company, the militants who sabotage pipelines in protest of profits leaving their country, and both honest and corrupt government/NGO officials, all of which form the volatile relationships that are a product of globalized resource exploration enterprises. A must-see documentary.