Checking support status of binary dependencies...
 * libautopilot-qt binary and source package is in universe
 * python3-autopilot binary and source package is in universe

Now, we might not want mediaplayer-app-autopilot in main, it seems like
only mediaplayer-app is really needed there?

Also, there are tests but they don't appear to be run as part of the build:
   dh_auto_test -O--parallel
        make -j4 test ARGS\+=-j4
make[1]: Entering directory 
Running tests...
/usr/bin/ctest --force-new-ctest-process -j4
Test project 
No tests were found!!!
make[1]: Leaving directory 

Please fix the issues mentioned above ("fixing" the dependencies could
be as simple as confirming that we don't need mediaplayer-app-autopilot
in main). I didn't see other issues with this package for inclusion in

** Changed in: mediaplayer-app (Ubuntu)
       Status: In Progress => Incomplete

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Bug description:
   * Available in universe

   * This package is required by Unity8

   * No known security issues at this time. It has been reviewed by security in 
the past for use on the phone and is one of the oldest apps on the phone.

  [Quality assurance]
   * This package has both unit tests and Autopilot tests.

   All dependencies are already in main with the exception of the following 
change needed:
   * MR:

  [Standards compliance]
   * This package uses cmake and is properly translated.

   * This package is maintained by Canonical and actively in use on the phone 

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