Nvidia is rolling out Shield Experience 8.0.2 update for the older Shield TV models which was released back in 2015 and 2017. This update is very important for the users of these devices as this brings many features including Xbox Elite 2 controller support and new remote.
If you are looking for the popular options of the Android TV, then the check Nvidia’s Shield TV, which is the most popular option. The Nvidia’s Shield TV is one of the best streaming hardware from Nvidia. This update will give a life to Nvidia’s Shield TV, which brings Xbox Elite 2 controller support.
The hugely-improved remote for the new Shield is available for sale. There is also an update rolling out for the older Shield TV models, which brings new remote as well as the Xbox Elite 2 controller.
The company is providing details on this on a support page on its website. According to the information released on the support page, Nvidia is rolling out Shield Experience version 8.0.2 to older Shield TV models from 2015 and 2017.
These older models from 2015 and 2017 are the longest-supported Android devices from the company. Now the company has released the software update to these Shield TV models.
The Shield Experience version 8.0.2 is the most important upgrade on these older models. These older models are available at a cost of $29, which comes with volume controls, a Netflix shortcut and many more features. As per the reports this is a huge upgrade for these devices.
Nvidia also mentioned that the update for Shield TV adds support for Microsoft’s Xbox Elite 2 controller. Nvidia released full change log for Shield Experience 8.0.2 update which mentions features and updates of this release.
The new features and updates of Experience 8.0.2:
- New Nvidia Shield Remote is available with the update
- New features added are motion-activated back-lit buttons, remote locator feature, and a customizable menu button
- New XBOX Elite 2 controller added with this update
- In this update support for Sanscrit USB DAC is added
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