Titan BINGIE MOD v1 (UPDATED - 07/24/2020)
(2020-12-22, 19:46)redglory Wrote:
(2020-12-22, 16:25)HugoL Wrote:
(2020-12-22, 16:08)mjeshurun Wrote: I've followed the steps you mentioned (except for "Restore Default Widgets in Hubs" which I didn't find), the steps didn't help solve the black screen problem or the Skin Helper Service/Skin Helper Service Backgrounds error messages.

I then tried to remove kodi completely using these commands in terminal:
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sudo apt-get remove kodi*
sudo apt-get purge kodi*

Then I rebooted the Raspberry Pi and tried to install kodi again using these commands: 
Code:
sudo apt-get install kodi
sudo apt-get install kodi-pvr-iptvsimple

However, once I started kodi, it was not a "fresh" install and all my previous configurations were still there. 

I'm obviously doing something wrong, I just don't know what Sad

No idea about raspberry Pi’s I’m afraid but you will need to get rid of the user data folder.
Have you tried to delete ~/.kodi/userdata/ ?

Here is a brief overview of all the steps I took and the results.

I started by deleting kodi using these two commands:
Code:
sudo apt-get remove kodi*
and
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sudo apt-get purge kodi*

Then I followed @cscott1 's suggestion running these two commands:
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sudo apt-get clean
and
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sudo apt-get autoremove -y

After running the four commands, I followed @redglory 's suggestion to manually delete the
Code:
~/.kodi/userdata/
  folder, and I actually took a step further and deleted all files and folders within the main ~/.kodi folder. 

After completing all the deletion steps, I rebooted the Raspberry Pi and conducted a fresh Kodi install using the commands:
Code:
sudo apt-get install kodi
sudo apt-get install kodi-pvr-iptvsimple

Kodi started as a fresh install with no addons and in the default settings. 
However, once I reinstalled the original Bingie skin, the Skin Helper Service/Skin Helper Service Backgrounds error messages returned and when I tried to use the skin it showed the black screen. 

So out of all this, I'm assuming the problem lies in the installation of the original Bingie skin on Raspberry Pi. I'm guessing this is the problem's, because the problem is happening even before installing the Bingie MOD skin, which is dependent on the original Bingie skin.
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Messages In This Thread
RE: Titan BINGIE MOD v1 - by tankman37 - 2020-07-24, 05:20
RE: Titan BINGIE MOD v1 - by AchillesPunks - 2020-07-24, 06:18
RE: Titan BINGIE MOD v1 - by tankman37 - 2020-07-24, 07:42
RE: Titan BINGIE MOD v1 - by AchillesPunks - 2020-07-24, 08:01
RE: Titan BINGIE MOD v1 - by tankman37 - 2020-07-24, 08:10
RE: Titan BINGIE MOD v1 - by AchillesPunks - 2020-07-24, 08:12
RE: Titan BINGIE MOD v1 - by tankman37 - 2020-07-24, 09:05
Bom dia! - by kpinheiro - 2020-08-20, 15:21
RE: Titan BINGIE MOD v1 (UPDATED - 07/24/2020) - by mjeshurun - 2020-12-23, 02:42


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