I'm using Netflix after using the tricks as can be found here on this forum:|
- use the mattrix 720p android image as basis (can be found on this forum)
- download the SuperSU utility from the playstore
- download the XPosed framework ,also the fake-wifi module and check that it's running after the required reboot
- Download the Netflix client from the Playstore and select 'wifi only' for playback
Netflix should now be ok, no stuttering or rough edges at the images. Also standard Kodi runs perfect with the mattrix image (in Kodi, select libstagefright hw decoding, unselect mediacodec). Without these trick, you might have noticed that Netflix is not 'auto tuning' the image quality as it normally does. After these trick, it starts in the same old, 'rough' mode, but during a few seconds, you should see the quality increase and auto-tune it to make use of the available resources.
Looking at the CPU load, it's still not using hw decoding but manages to get a very acceptable result. Hope it works for you too :-)
If you want to use Droidmote Server (to control your BananaPi using your Android phone, works like a dream), you need a kernel modification (same as for some keyboards to get to work) which is, afaik is not (yet?) in the matrix image, at least not the version I tried initially, so I had to do it myself.
Controlling Netflix with your phone from the couch is just great.