How to remove Party mode playlist?
#1
I'm using Kodi 16.1 on a RaspberryPi 2.
I'm mainly using Playlists to play my videos. But there is this "Party mode playlist" in between my sorted playlists. I don't use it and I can't delete it like others.

How can I get rid of it?
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#2
Somehow I managed to delete access to editing Party Mode, now every time I try it it aborts claiming empty libraries or other shit.

Getting kind of fed up with this OS
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#3
(2016-11-15, 20:11)b1100101 Wrote: I'm using Kodi 16.1 on a RaspberryPi 2.

For what reason are you using a Kodi version which is outdated since February 2017?
(2019-03-24, 03:04)leathersmith Wrote: Getting kind of fed up with this OS

Which OS are you using? In case it's OpenELEC, then I have to say that this OS is deprecated and not supported anymore. The development has stopped for the last years and currently there don't seems to be the chance it will receive an update soon. So In case you are using OpenELEC, I highly recommend to do a fresh install of LibreELEC which is generally the same but it's under active development. You are also able to use Kodi 18 with its latest stable version

Kodi 16.1 isn't supported in here at all anymore because it's horribly outdated and it won't receive any fixes anymore.
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#4
Mr. leathersmith was apparently using OSMC some 6 hours ago, but he wasn't particularly fond of the OS.
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#5
(2019-03-24, 03:04)leathersmith Wrote: Getting kind of fed up with this OS
 I'd ask for your money back.
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#6
(2019-03-24, 09:52)DaVu Wrote:
(2016-11-15, 20:11)b1100101 Wrote: I'm using Kodi 16.1 on a RaspberryPi 2.

For what reason are you using a Kodi version which is outdated since February 2017?

That post was from 2016. That's why.
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#7
my bad
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