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Vero 4K+ Review: Finally, a Native Kodi 4K + 3D Do-it-All Player?
#61
(2020-06-03, 14:11)newstuart Wrote: Hi, I have just purchased this from Amazon as a replacement for my ageing HTPC. 

I was under the impression that this ran its own dedicated operating system however I have just powered it on and it boots to a google smart tv menu with KD player and lots of Icefilms type add ons built in. 

Can someone explain if it should be booting to a linux based OS not Google?
I think you got a fake. It should boot straight to kodi. Do you see an OSMC logo while booting up? Can you take photos?
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#62
(2020-06-03, 14:11)newstuart Wrote: Hi, I have just purchased this from Amazon as a replacement for my ageing HTPC. 

I was under the impression that this ran its own dedicated operating system however I have just powered it on and it boots to a google smart tv menu with KD player and lots of Icefilms type add ons built in. 

Can someone explain if it should be booting to a linux based OS not Google?

That doesn't sound right.

We don't really sell on Amazon (low volume), so I'd be suggest sending a copy of your receipt to [email protected] Unfortunately we've had some issues with people selling counterfeit models in the past.

Thanks

Sam
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#63
Thanks, will send you an email with pictures etc now
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#64
PM sent with images
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#65
I've checked this and can confirm that the device was ordered from us and is genuine.
There shouldn't be anything dodgy on the image. It's a standard AOSP image.

We ask our manufacturing partner in China to ship the devices with a generic Android image instead of OSMC. 
This also helps us prevent clones and if they do occur, identify them quickly. Unfortunately we've had problems with clones before. Last year, we found a seller selling prototypes that were lost by UPS on eBay. 

Very rarely, the device is not re-imaged with OSMC in the UK. But it will pass QC and other inspection processes as they are separate steps.

I've offered some resolution steps via email.

Many thanks,

Sam
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#66
Thanks, I have just seen your email, I’m busy homeschooling kids for next few hours and will carry out the above later this afternoon
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#67
(2020-06-03, 14:40)newstuart Wrote: Thanks, I have just seen your email, I’m busy homeschooling kids for next few hours and will carry out the above later this afternoon
No problem. Any issues let me know. I've also emailed my phone number so you can give me a call if you have any questions.
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#68
(2020-05-28, 21:53)hdmkv Wrote: Hi @p750mmx, maybe try fstab to mount your shares and see if that helps with playback from start to finish.

Thank you for the tip. I know about fstab but i wait for a Final (or pre) OSMC MVC Image that I can clean install and test.

@Sam.Nazarko thank you
Kodi 18.7 [MVC build] Shuttle DH270 [Kaby Lake i3-7300/HD630 graphics] Windows 10 - 1903 [3840x2160/60Hz]
Kodi 18.7.200 AndroidTV [Shield TV Pro / Mi Box S]
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#69
(2020-06-03, 14:47)p750mmx Wrote:
(2020-05-28, 21:53)hdmkv Wrote: Hi @p750mmx, maybe try fstab to mount your shares and see if that helps with playback from start to finish.

Thank you for the tip. I know about fstab but i wait for a Final (or pre) OSMC MVC Image that I can clean install and test.
The next 4.9 build (which includes MVC) should have improved buffering behaviour.

Thanks

Sam
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#70
(2020-05-05, 10:51)Shasarak Wrote: I have the 2017 version, and it's a complete and utter disaster which shouldn't be recommended for anything, under any circumstances - particularly not for watching Netflix!

Why do you say that? I have the 2017 model and other than the lack of 3D-MVC support it's been flawless for me! If it supported 3D I wouldn't even follow forums like this because it would be the only player I'd need!

What issues have you had?
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#71
(2020-06-03, 14:47)p750mmx Wrote:
(2020-05-28, 21:53)hdmkv Wrote: Hi @p750mmx, maybe try fstab to mount your shares and see if that helps with playback from start to finish.

Thank you for the tip. I know about fstab but i wait for a Final (or pre) OSMC MVC Image that I can clean install and test.

@Sam.Nazarko thank you
Meant to say autofs for mounting for anyone interested, not fstab.
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#72
How can I install the version to get 3D MVC playback?
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#73
(2020-06-09, 14:55)Caramba69 Wrote: How can I install the version to get 3D MVC playback?

You need to install the 4.9 repository. See https://discourse.osmc.tv/t/testing-linu...k-4k/84874.
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#74
@hdmkv .
Hi. Have you tried playing a 50gb m2ts file in a usb drive plug into the Vero4k+?
Is it able to play without buffering? 

Thanks.
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#75
Just small test samples, but what kind of m2ts would you like me to try? 1080p or 4K, any 24p or 60?
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