First of all we want to wish happy holidays and a merry Christmas to all our users, developers, contributors and every one else.
Thank you all for the support and help and for enjoying our software.
Kodi introduces several changes in this release, including name change from the famous XBMC to Kodi.
As a matter of fact, the new official logo was just released.
With this release, we’d like to single out a few friends and sponsors who went a very long ways to make Frodo a reality.
To start, we’ve added two entirely new users bases with Frodo. It’s rare when a registered charity can do something as incredible as create a piece of hardware that’s got thousands of people salivating.
It is almost time to upgrade XBMC to Kodi Media Center and this post will show you how to do that on Windows, Linux, Android, and OS X.
As for the previous releases you can find the sum-up below.
Sometimes upgrading from one release to another can be challenging. [Read: Low-power budget HTPC build 2014 for a HTPC NAS Combo]That’s it.
In this post, let us see how to upgrade XBMC to Kodi or technically 13.2 Gotham to 14.0 Helix on Windows, Linux, Android, and OS X. Note that the actual location may vary a little bit from one device to another. Kodi brings several key improvements including library improvements, adds more user control, improved support for android boxes, and support for ATSC sub-channels in the US.
Have read through the threads in the atv section on the forum This could be the issue,along with using the hub wizard Have a read through this thread.
Also there are a lot of other threads in the apple tv2 section This could be the issue,along with using the hub wizard Have a read through this thread.