Firebase setup

Go to and create a new project

add android application:

According to the system prompts, fill in all the required fields: (do not forget to rename the application package, how to do read here)

Download the google-service.json file and replace it in the application folder according to the instructions

Open project in Android studio, run app and register in Firebase

For correct operation you will need SHA-1 keys.

How to get debug SHA-1 key:

- open android studio project and click Gradle tab -> Taks -> signingReport

Copy SHA-1 key, go to Firebase console and paste it:

How to get release SHA1 key:

- Make you test release apk and keystore

- Open terminal and run command:

keytool -list -v -keystore "your_keystore_path"  -alias "key_alias"

Copy SHA1 release key:

More info about SHA1 read here:

And paste it in Firebase console.

In the Firebase console click - Authentication ->Sign-in method -> Phone and enable it

Add test phone number

Parse server setup

Go to

Click on "Build new app" and follow the prompts of the system

Go to "Server settings"

Next click "Core settings" -> "Settings"

You need to copy: "App id" and "Client key"

Open android studio and paste it ( strings.xml file)

Run and test application.

ADMOB setup

Go to and add new app

Following the prompts of the system, get App ID and copy it

Open android studio -> strings.xml file and paste:

Next, get Ad unit and copy it:

Open Android studio -> strings.xml file and paste it:


Open android studio and file

Set SET_DATA = true 

Run app then set SET_DATA = false (Otherwise, at the next start, you will duplicate the demo date)


It's simple!

Go to signup or signin

Add new app

Following the prompts of the system, fill in all the required fields

You will have a question where to get the keys for firebase?


Remember at the beginning of the instructions we integrated our application with firebase? So there it is.

Go to Firebase console and open app 

Next find tab "Cloud messaging" and click

Copy Server key and Sender Id and paste to Onesignal

Then you get: App ID. You need to copy it

Open android studio , find file build Gradle ( module app) And paste it

Run app and test connect to onesignal. If you did everything right, you can send a test push message


Now let's talk about the file

SET_DATA -  on/off demo data

ADS_SHOW - on/off show advertising

LOADING_NEW - number of channels to display on the main screen

LOADING_TOP - number of channels to display on the main screen

YOU_GOOGLE_PLAY - Link to your google play developer account

Application localization

The prepared file for localization with a list of lines is strings.xml

How to localize android app :

Or tap this link :

You need to translate only the file into the language you need, in the application you do not need to do anything else!


There is a very convenient and free service for managing the Pars server, this is

Go to signin or signup

Add new panel

Enter a name and click "Self hosted"

Now you need to fill in these fields

Where to find them? You ask

Go to your back4app account -> application -> server settings -> core settings and find:


Copy, fill in the adminca and click "Create"

If the data is not updated, there is a magic sync button in the panel

Now you can use the convenient control panel. Management is intuitive and clear.

Important!!! Do not forget, before adding a TV stream, first add a category !!!


All graphic elements are in the folder drawable

Color Schemes location colors.xml file


We will answer all your questions in our support team.

Unfortunately, we do not answer technical questions in the comments on the product, messengers and  mail.

Free support is provided only within the established Envato

If you yourself cannot customize the project , our services:

Install app + backend - $59

Install app + backend + customize app ( logo, color, map, name, name package) - $89

Install Parse backend on your server (VPS, VDS) - $180


For everything that you do with the application code, you are responsible yourself. You make any changes to the original code at your own risk. We relieve ourselves of any responsibility for the action with the code on your part and the reaction of the approving company (in this case, Google)