device 1. quad core android tablet (kitkat) on w-fi
device 2, dual core mini pc on linux (lubuntu ) with ethernet connection.
broadband,upto 200Mb fibre
same version of kodi on both devices
accessing the same live stream on Pho*nix.
performs fautlessly on the tablet but buffers on the pc...
I am a little confused trying to set up a new connection.
I am guessing I have to choose a server but how do I know which one to pick ? I am in the UK
Secondly can I set Pure as my default connection ? As I have it at the moment I can launch straight into Kodi from my phone app without going to...
Autoplay is off and as for the view it's set as thumbnail.
I've just realised I have the same issue on my android tablet.
I have a vague memory it's got something to do with a scraper setting ,am I on the right lines ?
I've just done a fresh Kodi install on my linux pc,have the usual addons Genesis,Pho*nix,Na*i-X etc and the standard skin.
Previously when I clicked on a movie it would show the plot and then the option to play.It now plays the movie straight away,whether that be streamed from an addon or from...
I didn't have an 8Mb connection before,it was less than that and HD streaming wasn't possible,it would buffer after a couple of minutes.The fibre has definitely made a difference.
I thought Spor**dev*l was a goner,no ?
Just a short follow up to my initial post.
I haven't been using Kodi much recently but did get round to trying SA*TS and so far so good,a great selection of even the newest films and every movie I've clicked on has been available to watch and has streamed faultlessly.That will no doubt be aided...
Those fixes all require rooting mate.
Without me uninstalling Kodi and re-installing it again do you know if there's an option to install it on the sd card rather than internal memory ?
I have the apk file downloaded
I recently bought a new tablet running kitkat.As you probably know kitkat won't allow you to read/write to an sd card which is a problem for me as I want to store my movie library on the sd card.
Is there any way around this without rooting ? For example would it be possible to install Kodi on...