Here is another pictorial walk-through, this one demonstrates how to use Multicon with Google TV. I have split this up six separate sections: Introduction Using Placing Customizing Troubleshooting FAQ [HR][/HR]Introduction The new Android 3.1 (Honeycomb) update came with a new User Interface. Unlike the original version, the Home screen is less cluttered and displays only a Launch Bar. This bar only has room for seven items in the application dock. While the area above it has been left wide open as an open canvas for widgets. Widgets often take the form of on-screen device (clocks, event countdowns, auction-tickers, stock market tickers, flight arrival information, daily weather etc.) The area available is seven columns across and four rows downs and can be filled with various sizes and shapes. Naturally, some people would like to use the open space with applications and shortcuts. This will provide a quick way of launching their applications or tasks. This is where Multicon comes in handy. It is one of the many widget accessories that can run on Google TV but isn't available through the Android Market. So, you'll need to find an alternate repository to download and side-load the app. This tutorial is written to help people whom aren't so Android savvy to use the Multicon Widgets with Google TV. [HR][/HR] Using. In order to use Multicon, you'll need to download it from an alternate repository such as the GTVHacker Dropbox.