Archive for September, 2014

XBMC4Xbox Remote 2.9.9 for Android

September 22nd, 2014 Comments off




  • v2.9.9 (Sun, 21 Sep 2014):
    • New: Main > Programs:
      – Apps / Games / Emulators;
      – available to premium only;
    • Mod: Main > Touchpad:
      – available to all;
    • New: Analytics > Versions;
  • v2.9.8 (Sun, 13 Jul 2014):
    • Fix: Crashes on Android 2.1 & 2.2
  • v2.9.7 (Fri, 4 Jul 2014):
    • Fix: Cannot share / play “” URLs (thanks sahib12);
    • Fix: Widget > Currently playing thumbnail (thanks AwesomeNurd);
    • Fix: Movies > Files > cannot play video files (thanks Fastlane);
    • Fix: Crashes on Android 3.2
    • New: Commands > Screenshots
  • v2.9.6 (Sun, 19 Jan 2014):
    • Main :
      – Remember last used XBMC4Xbox;
      – Allow to delete XBMC4Xbox entry (from “edit” dialog);
    • Main > Network Scan
      – Allow to cancel scan;
      – Update entry with same MAC address (instead of adding new one);

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XBMC4Xbox 3.5 RC2 is out

September 5th, 2014 Comments off

Unfortunately RTMP streaming was broken in RC1 due so it’s time for another release – XBMC4Xbox 3.5 RC2. It also gives us the opportunity to show off the new branding before the final 3.5 release.

Changes since 3.5 RC1 include:

  • Fix for the RTMP streaming issue.
  • Updates to PolarSSL, librtmp and libcurl as well as the Curl VFS.
  • Update FFmpeg Libraries to 1.2.8.
  • Update translations from Transifex.
  • Added missing hard disk / DVD information on Confluence Lite system info page.
  • New splash screen / branding.

More changes have been included than we expected after the initial release candidate. This is due to some updates that were planned before, but got overlooked, as well as some fixes for problems reported by users. Thanks to everyone who tested 3.5 RC1 and reported back to us. In addition our PolarSSL was rather out of date, so it made sense to rebuild librtmp and libcurl against a newer version (and update them in the process) . Thanks to Sean for reminding me to pull in the Transifex translation updates.

We finally have a new branding/logo design – massive thanks to SwedishGojira for his work on this. The logo is already being used on this site, but you can also find it on the new XBMC4Xbox splash screen. Hope you like it – we do! 🙂

For those building from source, 3.5-rc2 is tagged in SVN at

The new XBMC4Xbox splash


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