Hit a man when he's down why don't you!Ironically this guy has proved my point that there is no fix other than choosing another source or selecting a lower quality stream. I'm not sure he's even aware that's what he did, or what 480p actually means, but there you go. Take that Stoofers
I keep repeating correlation does not equate to causation... What you see believe you see on the surface does not necessarily equate the entire picture...II recently upgraded again to 17.3 stable and the problem vanished.
Know what that tells me? The problem wasn't at all with the source like so many here claim. It was a problem with the version of Kodi. Which would also support the claims that downgrading to an older version of Kodi was a potential "fix".
May I suggest you look in the mirror and consider that you might not know as much as you believe to about the subject at hand and are in fact jumping to the wrong conclusions yourself based correlation instead of discovering the factual causation...Seems there's a lot of know-it-all's that don't seem to know much at all.
Yes, :::yawn::: how do you know what you stated above to be true? Have you tested it for everyone? Heck how much testing have you actually done prior to the upgrade and after the upgrade?It will work for others dealing with the same issue.
If you would like to take a nap and come back when you are more awake, feel free to do so, I'll be up for another 14 hours give or take...:::yawn:::
I deny the above be true and factual and say that if you had that problem something beyond Kodi itself was FUBAR on your system... I test daily on Kodi 16.1, Kodi 16.1 (upgraded python) Kodi 17.1, Kodi 18.0 and now Kodi 17.3 and I have not experienced every source being too slow at all for any version... How do you explain this? And how do you explain the millions of other 17.1 users that were and still are not having the problem if it was in fact a problem with Kodi 17.1? If Kodi 17.1 was the cause of "source too slow, read rate too low for continuous playback" on every source then there would have been 1000s upon 1000s of threads on this forum over the last several months since Kodi 17.1 was released, yet there was not...for the past week "source too slow" on every source
Who said we don't support the current version? What we don't support is claims that 17.1 was the cause of the problems you were having, it was something else that the upgrade or downgrade just happened to repair, it's call coincidence or correlation...5 minutes later after upgrading (kind of peculiar that you don't seem to support always using the latest stable version) and the same sources that have been an issue for the past week are no longer "too slow".
Nope, I'm saying in your instance that something was FUBAR with your install of Kodi or something FUBAR with your system, that just happened to be fixed by reinstalling... It's not uncommon that a fresh install fixes issues even when you re-install the same exact version...Are you telling me that the seemingly infinite number of slow sources suddenly ramped up their read rate and my upgrading to the latest stable version has nothing to do with anything?
with a bunch of people that don't know nor care about what's in the source. They just want their stuff to work better.
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