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#76
(2023-07-24, 14:18)overburner Wrote:
(2023-07-22, 03:12)iVolt1 Wrote: You should not need to root your tv. Just get a developer account and set it up on your tv.  I don't have a link right now, but you should be able to find that.  The Device-dev mode manager makes it super easy to upload nightlies or your own compiled versions.

Sorry, I'm new on WebOS, I've read on another website that after 50 hours developer mode is automatically disabled and all app installed as developer are automatically deleted. It's true?
It was correct but LG bumped that limit to 1000 hours recently. It's much better than before. You can either refresh the limit on the Develop Mode app(officially developed by LG) on the TV or you can use this app to extend it automatically. https://github.com/webosbrew/dev-manager-desktop
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#77
And I just bought a NUC to play kodi on my LG tv in the bedroom (and wasted a week to get the NUC not to randomly wake up the tv in sleep mode) Sad
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#78
(2023-07-24, 20:52)Littletycoon Wrote: And I just bought a NUC to play kodi on my LG tv in the bedroom (and wasted a week to get the NUC not to randomly wake up the tv in sleep mode) Sad

maybe they have a good return policy
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#79
(2023-07-24, 14:24)ulotrix Wrote:
(2023-07-24, 14:18)overburner Wrote:
(2023-07-22, 03:12)iVolt1 Wrote: You should not need to root your tv. Just get a developer account and set it up on your tv.  I don't have a link right now, but you should be able to find that.  The Device-dev mode manager makes it super easy to upload nightlies or your own compiled versions.

Sorry, I'm new on WebOS, I've read on another website that after 50 hours developer mode is automatically disabled and all app installed as developer are automatically deleted. It's true?
It was correct but LG bumped that limit to 1000 hours recently. It's much better than before. You can either refresh the limit on the Develop Mode app(officially developed by LG) on the TV or you can use this app to extend it automatically. https://github.com/webosbrew/dev-manager-desktop

Thanks to your advices now I have Kodi on my LG TV.
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#80
(2023-05-19, 01:20)dimitrij Wrote: On my TV the Movies are async with 15-03 Kodi Build.

Set Audio delay to -/+.225s fixed the problem. Not sure if it was + or - 😅

Damn, now its really good usable… 🎉👍🏻🍀❤️

THX!!!

Me too have this problem, the delay is -225

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EDIT: after some attempts seems that the correct delay to set is -275/-300.
I hope that also this little bug will be solved in the next versions
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#81
Are external drives supported?
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#82
Hi everyone,

I’m new to webos homebrew, I will be installing the homebrew from root my tv and wanted to know how to install kodi, I have an LG C1 running webos 3.34.95
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#83
Would it be worth then installing kodi on my LG C1 with the LG Sp11ra sound bar or should I stick to my Apple TV 4K(2022)
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#84
(2023-07-26, 04:46)Ozzy2012 Wrote: Are external drives supported?
Only if your TV is rooted.
(2023-07-26, 07:34)Alex20090313 Wrote: I’m new to webos homebrew, I will be installing the homebrew from root my tv and wanted to know how to install kodi, I have an LG C1 running webos 3.34.95
You can use DevMode Manager for webOS or the ares webOS SDK to install kodi
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#85
I have my tv rooted but when I go to /tmp/usb/sda/sda1/ the video files do not appear, do I have to manage any kind of permission?
From the dev-manager file manager I can see the files.
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#86
You can mount the usb drive if your device is rooted

Code:
mount -o bind /tmp/usb/sda/sda1 /var/palm/jail/org.xbmc.kodi/usb
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#87
Hello.

I tried to install ipk from this link: https://mirrors.kodi.tv/test-builds/webos/ via ares-install
Kodi logo opens for very brief time and TV returns to last screen.

Firmware: 3.34.95
webOS: 6.3.2 (no root)

Do I need to to do something else? Like install some dependency etc.
I can try to obtain logs.

Thank you
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#88
(2023-07-28, 15:08)matthew6870 Wrote: Hello.

I tried to install ipk from this link: https://mirrors.kodi.tv/test-builds/webos/ via ares-install
Kodi logo opens for very brief time and TV returns to last screen.

Firmware: 3.34.95
webOS: 6.3.2 (no root)

Do I need to to do something else? Like install some dependency etc.
I can try to obtain logs.

Thank you
The test build seems to be old. Could you try one of the latest nightly builds? https://mirrors.kodi.tv/nightlies/webos/master/
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#89
(2023-07-28, 15:40)ulotrix Wrote:
(2023-07-28, 15:08)matthew6870 Wrote: Hello.

I tried to install ipk from this link: https://mirrors.kodi.tv/test-builds/webos/ via ares-install
Kodi logo opens for very brief time and TV returns to last screen.

Firmware: 3.34.95
webOS: 6.3.2 (no root)

Do I need to to do something else? Like install some dependency etc.
I can try to obtain logs.

Thank you
The test build seems to be old. Could you try one of the latest nightly builds? https://mirrors.kodi.tv/nightlies/webos/master/

Thank you but I got same issue.
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#90
(2023-07-28, 17:27)matthew6870 Wrote:
(2023-07-28, 15:40)ulotrix Wrote:
(2023-07-28, 15:08)matthew6870 Wrote: Hello.

I tried to install ipk from this link: https://mirrors.kodi.tv/test-builds/webos/ via ares-install
Kodi logo opens for very brief time and TV returns to last screen.

Firmware: 3.34.95
webOS: 6.3.2 (no root)

Do I need to to do something else? Like install some dependency etc.
I can try to obtain logs.

Thank you
The test build seems to be old. Could you try one of the latest nightly builds? https://mirrors.kodi.tv/nightlies/webos/master/

Thank you but I got same issue.

Try running this command:

Code:
ln -s /usr/lib/libwayland-egl.so.0 /media/developer/apps/usr/palm/applications/org.xbmc.kodi/lib/libwayland-egl.so.1

and then try to launch Kodi again and see if it works now.
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