Solved allow to override HOME / XBMC_HOME ?
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I see requests popping up to allow relocating the XBMC_HOME on Android, from the default and uneditable "external storage" as returned by android.

Seems a legit request to me, especially for devices having only a lump nand pseudo-sdcard which might fill up very fast with xbmc.

What's your thoughts on an advancedsetting (or plain setting, but that will probably be problematic) for this?

[EDIT]
I was speaking about HOME, really, i.e. userdata, but it's valid for XBMC_HOME, too, i.e. system data, which takes a solid amount of nand off /data from other apps.
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allow to override HOME / XBMC_HOME ? - by Koying - 2014-01-14, 14:36
RE: allow to override XBMC_HOME ? - by Koying - 2014-01-14, 14:58
RE: allow to override XBMC_HOME ? - by Koying - 2014-01-14, 15:15


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