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MangoSigns for Android Devices

The MangoSigns Android player turns your Android TV box, tablet, or Android TV into a digital sign to help you communicate.

Written by Brianna
Updated over a week ago

Turn your Android device into a digital sign with the MangoSigns player for Android. The MangoSigns Android player can be installed on Android TV boxes, Android TVs, tablets, and even an Android phone to test out how your sign will look and operate.

To install the MangoSign player for Android on your device you can install the app through the Play Store, or directly by installing the APK file on it. These options can also be found in your MangoSigns dashboard under install players.

If you prefer, you can download the APK file from here and install it directly on the player - or you can install it from the Play Store on your Android device. The MangoSigns Android player required Android version 5.0 or higher.

APK Version that supports embedded sites hosted in http instead of https:

If you need your player to support sites that are hosted in HTTP sites instead of HTTPS you can use the following installer -


After installing the app, if you are using a ChromeCast with Google TV device OR a device running Android 10 and up, please be sure to update the following setting.

Settings -> Apps -> Special App Access -> Display over other apps -> Enable Mango Signs

Install from the Play Store

To install the MangoSign player from the Play Store, you can visit the Play Store and search for MangoSigns.

Select the Mango Signs - Digital Signage app and you will see an option to install the app on your device.

If you are using an Android TV device, you can search for the app the same way by using the remote, or speaking into the remote if it has a microphone option and say "Install MangoSigns"

Launching the Player

Once the MangoSigns app has been installed on your device, you should be able to find it in your apps section on your Android device and launch it. If your device is connected to the internet, you should see a countdown appear with some options available to choose before the countdown finishes. If your device is not connected to the internet you will be prompted to connect to the internet to pair your device(sign) to your account.

There is an option to Auto-Start the player on boot. With this option enabled, the player will automatically start when the device boots when it is powered on. There is a Show More link at the bottom of the screen as well that will give you more options for the player to set an Auto Reboot time, or clear the cache or unlink the sign from your account. These options are covered in more detail below.

When the countdown finishes, if it is the first time launching, or you have not linked/paired the sign to your account yet you will see a code appear.

While the player is showing this screen, you can now log into your MangoSigns account and click on the + Add a Sign button to enter this code and link the sign/player to your account.

Your Sign is Linked!

Once you link your sign to your account with the code provided, you will see a rocket ship appear. You can now schedule content(your slides) out to your sign through your account. If you see this screen because you accidentally deleted the sign from your MangoSigns account, you can use the Clear Sign Code option in the More Options section covered below to generate a new sign code and link the sign to your account again.

More Options

There are some additional options that you can access in the pop-out menu that appears under the More Options link when the player is launching. Each option is described further below. You can also access a sub-section of this same menu by clicking the back button on the android device or remote while your sign is running and content is playing.

Auto-Start on Boot -

When enabled, the MangoSigns player app will automatically launch when the device is powered on and finishes booting. It typically happens pretty quickly after boot, however, depending on the device, it may take a minute or two for the player to launch after boot. If it still does not automatically boot after launch, reach out to the support team with the device model info and we can help with additional settings on the device that may need to be changed.

Clear Sign Code -

You typically only want to clear the sign code from the player when you want to link it to another account, or if you accidently deleted it from your MangoSigns dashboard. You can click clear sign code to unlink the device from your account if it has already been linked or if you deleted it from our dashboard and would like to generate a new code to link it again. To clear the sign code, click Clear Sign Code and click the confirm button.

Clear Local Cache -

The MangoSign player will download the last content played for offline playback and store it on the device in the local cache. You can perform a force clear of this cache to free up space and re-download the content from the server. Clicking Clear Local Cache will delete all of the local cache on the device.

Set Cache Size -

The default cache size is 1000mb, but this can be overridden by setting the cache size using this option. If you have a lot of content and images, you may want to increase the cache size.

Restart Time -

When the Restart Time is enabled, the player will automatically restart at the time you choose. This option is recommended especially if you have any external embedded content as it will help release resources that may not be freed up on their own. We recommend scheduling this at an off hour time.

Exit App -

This option closes the app and returns the device to the Android dashboard.

Close Settings -

Closes the pop-out menu panel and resumes the countdown to begin playing your content or generate a sign code.


Problem: The MangoSigns player app does not automatically launch after restarting the device.

Resolution: Please be sure to update the following setting on the device OS.

Settings -> Apps -> Special App Access -> Display over other apps -> Enable Mango Signs

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