- USB Micro cable to connect OUYA to PC.
- drivers ( If on windows) - such as from the android SDK. One person says, “installed Android Studio and went under setting to the SDK manager. There I turned on the Google USB driver” Let me know what works for you!).
- Most people find that using an ethernet cable to connect OUYA to internet is far better than Wifi.
Connecting to the community server
- OUYA needs to be powered on
- Connected to your computer
- Needs to be showing up as an MTP device (install drivers if it doesn’t):
- When you can view the contents of the internal storage like this:
- Go get my ouya_config.properties (128 Bytes) file and drop it into the “Internal storage” drive
- Go back to your OUYA mouse/controller/keyboard
- Reboot your OUYA for good measure
- Get past update screen (if needed) and on the Account page, select “Existing account” and type in anything for the username and password
- Apps should begin working, if you have any issues launching your apps, you can try disconnecting from the internet (ethernet and wifi) to force your OUYA into standalone mode
Disconnecting from the community server
If you don’t want to use the community server anymore, simply delete the file that you dropped into the OUYA Internal Storage and it’ll begin trying to contact the Razer server again.