Recently, I wrote a post about the Kore remote app for Kodi. Kore is the official Kodi remote developed by Team Kodi. It’s a free app which lets users control their XBMC or Kodi media center right from their smartphone. But, there were a lot from readers wondering why I was “ignoring” the Yatse remote app, which […]
Kodi and XBMC
Below is a series of articles, how-to guides and news posts related to the XBMC media center, and later versions called the Kodi Media Center.
Someone once told me that using the controller that comes with your device is like using those $5 earbuds from Walmart. They’ll work, but you’re going to miss out on a lot of the experience. I’ve said over and over again that to get the best experience from your Android TV box, you should use an […]
Kodi launched their official remote control app, Kore, at the end of May 2015. Since the change from XBMC to Kodi, and all of the internal code changes that went along with it, the original Android remote app needed a complete overhaul. Now, with the release of Kore, our favorite remote control app is back […]
The lights are down low. You’ve made some fresh popcorn. You’ve just sat down for your movie “date night” when…. Buffering….. Buffering….. Be honest: How many movie nights have ended because of that one little word? What about this one? “Cache Full: Cache filled before reaching required amount for continuous playback” Kodi has a lot […]
Even though the theme of this site is Android TV boxes and mini-PCs, I realize that Windows isn’t going away anytime soon. In fact, since some manufacturers have come out with Windows 8 versions of their Android devices, I thought it would be good to have a tutorial on how to install Kodi on Windows […]