If you have encountered issues with Kodi or other applications on your DroidBOX® device before, our new Control Centre application is well worth a look.
DroidBOX® Media Centre 16.3.0 (based on SPMC Jarvis) can be downloaded from https://droidboxcloud.co.uk/index.php/s/LhAnXXkgEuMC3Ee
If we’ve asked you to send us an e-mail ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) , for the process to run smoothly, we will need:
There are applications and program add-ons to do this job automatically, but if you want to carry this out manually, perhaps prune the add-ons you don’t use etc, please do the following:
If you want to keep your current build of Kodi, but would like to experiment with using MX Player as the default video player within Kodi/DBMC/XBMC/SPMC then read on.
This post covers using an optical digital audio (SPDIF) cable with your DroidBOX from the T8 range.
The shortcuts to video add-ons are only present with some Kodi skins. This guide assumes Confluence or Confluence Customizable Mod is being used. If you’re using something like Aeon Nox then have a look for a similar area.
This is an old post now, but still holds true. The only thing to remember is that the app might not be called XBMC, so look for:
This guide uses the Confluence skin to set up the library, if you’re not comfortable switching skins yet, you may want to wait a week or two before attempting this. If you’re happy clicking on the System menu itself, then Appearance, you can select which skin to use there at the top by clicking it. […]
If you are watching a video, and notice that the actors don’t have lip sync, please keep the video or stream in XBMC open and playing, and click the little round speaker icon towards the bottom of the screen.