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kodi: update to 17.0-beta1-81d5d26 #641
RPi/RPi2 backports updated - @popcornmix can you eyeball this to make sure I've not left out any "unstable" commits that are now considered stable (I can force push if you need to rebase newclock5).
Apparently Odroid_C2 will have problems building Kodi 17 beta1:
Does anyone have an updated patch that I can add to this PR?
Build and run-time tested this PR on RPi/RPi2/Generic.
Seems OK, although there is one problem - if the user has the current repository version of
Which could be a problem for users upgrading from 7.90.004 or any earlier version when
Odroid_C2 video is not running at all because of missing AML video /sys/parameter/.... value which is be used to detect if its kernel 3.14.
1.) Make a kodi patch, wich does not check for this value
I'm not LibreElec professional and therefore unsure how to solve such issues.
I'm currently using a simple patch for Odroid_C2/kodi patch.
Edit: This issue is not only with this patch here, its an issue wich was already with all previous versions.
Joystick.peripherals is broken with beta1, but there's a fix:
Also, I used to be able to pair from my phone (with bluetooth after running hciconfig hci0 piscan). A passkey confirmation would pop up in Kodi. This no longer happens with beta1, although I can pair through the LibreELEC bluetooth menus fine. I'm guessing the functionality for this is in LibreELEC-settings? Should I report an issue there? I downgraded to a build with the previous Kodi version and it works fine again.
How it used to look like when pairing from my phone: http://imgur.com/a/ek81h
Found the code in LibreELEC-settings and there doesn't seem to be an issue tracker so here goes: https://github.com/LibreELEC/service.libreelec.settings/blob/master/src/resources/lib/modules/bluetooth.py#L1017
Hoping this will be looked at, because it's really quite useful to let guests pair and use A2DP with Kodi without having to go into the LibreELEC bluetooth menu to do it.
Yes, it's tested and fixes the issue.
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