Nvidia has made Android TV 11 available to Shield TV set-top boxes via an update. At the end of last year, a beta version of this operating system appeared for media players. The update will be available as Shield Experience 9.0.0.
The new Android TV 11 update becomes available on Wednesday, January 12th writes nvidia. Among other things, the update adds new privacy features, a revamped Gboard keyboard with built-in text-to-speech functionality, as well as support for the aptX audio codec and an Android security update. Company Reports. Bluetooth devices can also be automatically disconnected when the Shield TV is put to sleep. The company is also talking about 4k gaming with HDR with a GeForce Now RTX 3080 subscription.
In addition, the update adds various functions from Android TV 10. Nvidia Announced in 2020 The company will not release Android 10 for Shield TV media players. The company did this because, according to Nvidia, Android TV 10 will have a “negligible impact” on the user experience. The new Shield Experience 9.0.0 update will be available with Android TV 11 for all Shield TV devices, including the original 2015 models.
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