do i enter this var/mobile/Library/Preferences/XBMC/userdata in to were it says add sources then the same place i add the fustion add onSame place as atv2: /var/mobile/Library/Preferences/XBMC/userdata/
There is no advancedsettings.xml file as default though. (same as all other XBMC installations)
great i am kind of following you now i will tell you were i am at i have installed just the fustion sourceAgain sorry for all the edits.. :/
In iFile you need to navi gate to /var/mobile/Library/Preferences/XBMC/userdata/ when iFile starts it usually is already located in the mobile dir that I made bold. Anyway there you will find advancedsettings.xml click on that and choose text viewer in the upper left corner there is a button called edit press this as it will allow you to make changes to the file either delete everything and type in the contents from the post I suggested (for some optimized results) if this is to much to begin with just delete the the line:
This line allows XBMC to use unlimited memory to buffer files, it is herein some misunderstaning of the setting lies for some people. It has nothing todo with buffering issues at all but only eats unnessesary memory which XBMC can make better use for and because the setting is unlimited it could even take all memory ending in a XBMC crash. It has been said many times but: Nothing you can put in advancedsettings.xml will solve buffer issues and the default size that XBMC chooses depends on the file thereby always choosing the best size for you automatically which is obviously much better.Code:
You can also copy the contents from the post #28 then paste the contents to a file called advancedsettings.xml on a pc and then use the iFile built in web server to upload it to the right place which probably would be easier, but I think this is more than enough information at the time if you do not know how iFile functions in the first place.
i dont have advance settings.xmlIn iFile you need to navi gate to /var/mobile/Library/Preferences/XBMC/userdata/ when iFile starts it usually is already located in the mobile dir that I made bold. Anyway there you will find advancedsettings.xml
- You can also copy the contents from the post #28 then paste the contents to a file called advancedsettings.xml on a pc and then use the iFile built in web server to upload it to the right place which probably would be easier said:or you could expalin what a nead to download on my windows laptop to be able to paste the contents in to a advancedsettings.xml on my pc and then kindly explain how to use ifiles built in web server to upload to correct place its up to you
do i copy it exactly word for word how it is as described in #28?You now have a blank advancedsettings.xml file in the folder. Press it choose text viewer then press "edit" in the upper left corner as described in the previous post and if you have patience enter the contents you just pasted from the post #28. It will give some small optimizations as described but there is also a saying if it ain't broken don't fix it. So if you do not have patience for typing all that you can also choose to go without any advancedsettings.xml file at all.
Anyway good luck with it all.
Yes everything in the code field blank lines and indents does not matter though.do i copy it exactly word for word how it is as described in #28?
and i would prefer to enter as its recommened bye you
ok i will try this at home on my own networkYeah ok.. First you need to make sure your pc and iPhone are on the same network. Then in iFile press the number 2 icon in then bottom of the screen it looks like the wireless signal icon. A web server will start, now notice the line "accepting connections at http://ipnumber:80" go to your pc's Internet browser and type http://ipnumber:80 in the address line and the contents from your iPhone will pop up in the Internet browser again navigate to /var/mobile/Library/Preferences/XBMC/userdata now at the bottom under upload file: press the select file button and navigate to your prepared advancedsettings.xml file on the pc and choose it, next press the upload button.
You of cause need to prepare that advancedsettings.xml file first by pasting the contents into it. The file you can create in notepad and then just save as advancedsettings.xml make sure you do not choose .txt when you save it otherwise it will end in .xml.txt you can repair this later in iFile by renaming it if it happens though. Heh
Yes exactly IFile will tell you the correct ip number (it is the ip number of your iPhone ofcause), in my case it was for example http://192.168.1.15:80ok i will try this at home on my own network
so just to confirm in my webbrowser i need to enter http://MYIPNUMBER:80 is this correct (http;//192.168.1.**)
then my phone contents should pup up on screen correct?
then to copy n paste #28 in to notepad makeing sure i end the text with .xml and save file as asvancedsettings.xml on oc then upload am i correct?
also note i typed all #28 in to Ifile i managed to find the time
is it a good idea to install the fustion add on now or not or to install just the zip files i wish to use eg naxi-x and one channel
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