Unfortunately, FetLife wasn't available in the Market. Luckily, I had already expected that. I head over to the migrating page and try to figure out what all I need to change.
Turns out, the only thing I had to do for it to show up in the Market (for GoogleTV) was add this one line to my manifest.
<uses-feature android:name="android.hardware.touchscreen" android:required="false">*lt;/uses-feature>
This effectively makes the market quit filtering it out. After republishing, I go back to my GoogleTV and check the Market. Yep, there it is. (Note: the Market DOES allow multiple user accounts, so if you are using an account other than the one you purchased the app with; you have to add that account as well, or repurchase).
Now, at first, while it showed up, it said it was incompatible. I looked around online for a bit, then found this excellent resource on how to use ADB with my GoogleTV. You can walk through the article, but the jist of it is:
- Tell GoogleTV that your dev box is going to be the debugging IP
- adb connect googletv-ip-address
- adb devices/logcat/etc
Anyways, app published and installed on the big screen. Now to disable things like camera and vibrate and....