I have tried the recent 13.2 on atv2, i have some problems with it and want to go back to 12.3 I have re jailedbreaked the atv so its fresh, now how do i install 12.3 can't seam to find out what steps to do it, normally i use Nito installer but can't do that for 12.3 hope someone can help.
Thx in advances Seb This is an international forum.
It’s absolutely unheard of when that piece of hardware pops out as the single least expensive means of running XBMC ever.
A clean build of XBMCbuntu with 12.1 will be available in the near future.
If you have any problems read the Frodo FAQ, the Raspberry Pi FAQ, or the Android FAQ, depending on your version.
dpkg: error processing xbmc-atv2 (--install): dependency problems - leaving unconfigured Errors were encountered while processing: xbmc-atv2 So it isn't installed??
Need help Hi I did also a jailbreak and after reading through the forum i decided to go with a clean install of 12.3 instrad of 14.1 on my atv2! I found this message and i am wondering iif maybe i should change all the *kodi* to *xbmc* or should i stick with the FAQ commands??
For all users interested in maximum stability, we highly recommend that you update from 12.1 to 12.2. To update to XBMC 12.2, please visit our download page, which includes downloads for Windows, OSX, and Android, and instructions for Linux, i OS, the Apple TV, and the Raspberry Pi.
XBMCbuntu users can see these instructions for upgrading to 12.2 using ppa:team-xbmc/ppa.
If you would like to help with XBMC, we encourage you to submit bugs in Trac, provide support in our Forums where you can, or donate to the Foundation if you like.
For those of you who are tracking and submitting bugs: You may notice that Github has an “Issues” section.
In the unlikely case that something went wrong during your upgrade, a backup will ensure that you are still able to go back to the previous state.
Where the userdata folder is located on your system can be found on our userdata wiki page.
Did this yesterday and didn't work, i will try later and report back. So after "dpkg -i *xbmc*.deb" step i get Apple-TV:~ root# dpkg -i *xbmc*Selecting previously deselected package xbmc-atv2. 1267 files and directories currently installed.) Unpacking xbmc-atv2 (from xbmc-atv2_12.3-0_iphoneos-arm.deb) ...