XBMC for Android Gets updated With User-Friendly Features

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  • 18 Jan 2013
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  • XBMC came to Android in July, as the open source media center we’ve come to know and appreciate. It has received quite a bunch of updates till now, with the latest bringing Android 4.2 and Tegra 2 support. And now there’s a fresh update of the software, said to be the first “fully functional release” actually.


    This one works on any Android device, or so they promise and the makers of the app promise a very user-friendly experience. The latest version of app brings hardware accelerated video decoding via an external video player like MX Player. Beta and nightly builds of this version of the app have been available for a while now, but we’ve finally reached a more finalized status. Using the app you can play with add ins and play back locally stored media without a hassle.

    Among the steps needed to install the app there’s the install of the MX Player app (from here) for your Android device, then launch and exit the MX Player at least once and then download and install XAF Custom Build of XAMC from here. Then you launch the XBMC application on your device and everything works. More details about the install are here.

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