Xbmc updating add ons
I did not upload an overclock configuration for the new Pi, as I do not know how it will perform under overclocking. Now, when you select a listing from the EPG, it will launch that channel. It't handy to have a compact device with so many features for controlling your system. Under the following categories, make sure the following are checked; UPn P - "Allow Control of XBMC via UPn P"Webserver - "Allow control of XBMC via HTTP", here you can also change your port number if you choose.
Read reviews, and find something that works well and has a lot of support.
The proper file set has been added for download for this model. Go down to the button that says "Channels" and hit enter. Select the respective stream, for the selected channel.
I do not have a version 2 as of this writing, so I can't speak from experience, but in theory, these files *SHOULD* work. Make sure that the stream has a white dot to the right of it. Repeat the process to set streams for the rest of your channels. We're going to add an IP remote app to control your XBMC device.
To do this, we will use Mini Tool Partition Wizard. Right click on the new "Unallocated" Space of your SD card, and select "Create"A new box will popup, fill in the boxes witht he following info; Partition Label: System Create as: Primary File System: Fat 32Click on "OK"The Box will close, click on the blue check mark in the upper left to apply all changes.
A note on selecting SD cards: I read somewhere that using a class 10 SD card will speed up how your Raspberry Pi runs, if it indeed does provide a speed increase, the difference to me seems unnoticeable. I tried an 8gb class 10 card, and as I said before, could not tell a difference in performance.We us a USB stick installation of Openelec for the system stability that it provides. The selected channel should start playing.***Don't forget to add a shortcut for this addon to your homescreen!