New version Kodi 19 “Matrix” RC1 available for download and install from KTB Store, a new compilation that brings us closer to a stable version of the new generation of this popular player and content manager.
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Kodi 19.x “Matrix” – Release Candidate
And, off we go again. The dust settles on the festive season, so it’s time for another pre-release to hit the streets… we’re getting close to final release now, so we’re moving out of Beta and into RC.
If you want to know the main features in this release series, please refer back to previous blog posts: this is an iteration of previous Beta releases, not a feature release, remember.
This is stable, reliable code, suitable for daily use. Please, then: install, test, and give us clear feedback on any remaining issues, either with the new features or perhaps with a regression in existing code. As this is a release candidate, we think it’s basically ready to go, but let’s aim to make sure.
New version Kodi 19 “Matrix” Beta 2 available for download and install from KTB Store, a new compilation that brings us closer to a stable version of the new generation of this popular player and content manager.
The most profound change in the field of add-ons where it jumps to Python 3 and this will block all add-ons that are not updated, something that will certainly generate many problems. On the other hand there is more control over add-ons that will block the ability to overwrite official repositories. We will also have improvements to play contents based on the AV1 codec, now it is possible to decode this format by software.
Due to the new Apple TV 4K lack of the USB-C port, to install signed apps on that device, you need to have a Mac computer that has the latest system and Xcode 9 installed. (That’s the only way as of writing this tutorial)
Here are the steps: * NOTE: this tutorial is for our customers, you need to purchase our subscription first.
* NOTE2: if you are updating Kodi, the steps are same as installing, you don’t need to remove the old one. New version will overwrite the old one, your settings will be retained.
1. Download and install Xcode 9 from your Mac App Store
2. Pair your Apple TV 4K with Xcode
3. Get the UDID and register with our service if you haven’t done it yet
4. Use Xcode to install the signed IPA file from our service.