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Thread: XBMC on Your Apple TV 2
01-22-2011, 05:42 PM #41
Well I can't do anything now because when I go to sections the only option is all packages and when I click that it goes to a blank page. And I font have the edit button in the top anymore.
And search doesn't work either.
01-22-2011, 05:47 PM #42
Your sources must've all disappeared!
01-22-2011, 09:23 PM #43
Lol they really have
02-25-2011, 03:47 PM #44
All my sources are gone after installing this xbmc any help on this issue thanks.
02-26-2011, 12:34 AM #45
In case you haven't heard yet, Hulu IS available on the ATV, and so is Hulu Plus. I started a thread with instructions over here:
Hulu & Hulu+ now work on the ATV2!
04-23-2011, 07:25 AM #46
i have a dumb question for you....once i have xbmc installed on my appletv 2, how can i get everything to stream through it without having to install a upnp on my mac running in the background all the time?
08-22-2011, 10:27 AM #47Trying to decide if atv2 is right for me
It might be silly but I was thinking of going with either boxee or apv2. The prob with atv2 is lack of codec support and 1080p. I'm assuming the hack with xmbc gets rid of it.
Also I have few iPads and iPhones and android devices at home so could I control the atv2 with that instead of using atv2 remote?
My setup will includes a dedicated media server with 16TB space and about 10 atv2s at home.
Would the iOS/android devices be able to work with all the atv2s?
Also I'm use to downloading tv shows and movies and music via torrents and watching on my laptop but never cared for meta data, but now if I start using media players meta data becomes important, so does the meta data come with the torrent or i will have to be choosy in what I download?
Also since I will have my iPads on the network too, is there a xmbc client that resides on the iPad where I can see all my content as I can on my tv besides being able to use it as a remote?
Since I'm asking so much, just thought will ask here, what networked music players I could use with the setup I'm planning on going with.
I wanted to do everything off the shelf and not some super expensive custom setup, so have been doing a lot of reading before I buy all my equipment.