Check out our how to install our KFTIPV service which is available at http://kodifiretv.bigcartel.com. We offer different packages which can be used in Kodi, a smart tv via the Smart IPTV app, MAG device or the STB app. Check out our video below for full instructions on how to purchase and install the service.
Most IPTV services are broadcasting direct on their server ports. You can use to Simple TV Player as a IPTV Scanner, especially on servers that use udpxy. Download and extract to latest version: SimpleTV 0.4.8 b9 – 222.7z Open the your web browser and go to: http://188.8.131.52:8081/status In destination table, look at the addresses and ports. Open tv.exe […]
Check out our video on the new Fire TV Stick 2 running our Kodi Fire build. Does the quad core processor make a huge difference? Will the the new MIMO wifi help the buffering issues. We put it to the test and see the results here.
The new Amazon Fire TV Stick 2 has recently came out and we got our hands on one. It is the latest from the Amazon Fire TV family and here are the specs.
3.3 x 1.0 x 0.5 in. (84.9 x 25.0 x 11.5 mm)
Weight 0.9 oz. (25.1g)
Processor Broadcom, Dual-core 2xARM A9 up to 1 GHz
Storage 8 GB internal
Memory 1 GB
Wi-Fi Connectivity Dual-band, dual-antenna Wi-Fi (MIMO); supports 802.11a/b/g/n Wi-Fi networks.
Bluetooth Bluetooth 3.0 with support for the following profiles: HID, SPP
Voice Search Support Yes, requires Fire TV Voice Remote (sold separately) or free Fire TV Remote App (available for download on Fire, Android OS, and iOS)
Game Controller Support Yes, optimized for Amazon Fire TV Game Controller and most games are compatible with other Bluetooth controllers
Cloud Storage All Amazon Cloud Drive customers start with 5 GB of free storage
Ports HDMI output, Micro USB for power only
Audio Support Dolby Audio, 5.1 surround sound, 2ch stereo, and HDMI audio pass through up to 7.1
Content Formats Supported Video: H.264,
Audio: AAC-LC, AC3, eAC3 (Dolby Digital Plus), FLAC, MP3, PCM/Wave, Vorbis,
Photo: JPEG, PNG, GIF, BMP
Output Resolution Supported 720p and 1080p up to 60fps
System Requirements High-definition television with available HDMI input, Internet connection via Wi-Fi, a power outlet.
TV Compatibility Compatible with high-definition TVs with HDMI capable of 1080p or 720p at 60/50Hz, including popular HDCP-compatible models from these manufacturers: Hitachi, JVC, LG, Mitsubishi, NEC, Panasonic, Philips, Pioneer, Samsung, Sharp, Sony, Toshiba, Vizio, Westinghouse
Warranty and Service 1-year Limited Warranty and service included. Use of Fire TV Stick is subject to the terms found here.
Regional Support Certain services may not be available outside the U.S.
Closed Captioning Watch videos and TV shows with closed captioning displayed. Captions are not available for all content.
Included in the Box Fire TV Stick
Amazon Fire TV Remote
5′ USB cable and power adapter
HDMI extender cable
2 AAA batteries
Quick Start Guide
Amazon Fire TV Remote
Size 4.7 x 1.6 in x 0.5 in (119.0 x 40.4 x 13.8mm)
Weight 2 oz. with batteries inserted (56.9 grams)
Batteries 2 AAA (included)
Buttons 5-way directional, select, back, home, menu, rewind, play/pause, fast forward
Xiaomi released their new Android TV box recently and we got our hands on one of the units. They want to be part of the set top box market and see if their new device is capable of being part of the cord cutting conversation. There are tons of devices out the such as the Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, and of course the Nvidia Shield, a favorite amongst everyone in the community. So why make another box and try to compete with what’s out there? For starters, the Mi Box is coming in at a very competitive price, $69.99 USD. It is capable of doing 4K video and has some decent hardware specs.
Xiaomi Mi Box
Output resolution Up to 4K 60fps
Processor Quad-core Cortex-A53 2.0GHz
GPU Mali 450 750MHz
RAM 2GB DDR3
It also features HDR (high dynamic range) to make your videos more vibrant and better overall picture quality. On top of that, it is loaded with Android 6.0 which looks really nice. Very similar to the Nvidia Shield and the Google Nexus player. This makes the Mi Box a definite contender in the set-top box world. Check out our video below on our unboxing. Be sure to like our video and subscribe to our channel for more Kodi related news and content.
A few videos have circulated over the weekend regarding this topic. Kodi going paid! After watching the video, these guys pretty much started a big scare in the community. If you are not familiar with Solomon and Husham they released a few videos discussing this topic. Basically saying the add-on developers are getting tired of not receiving donations etc. They refer to the “paid service” as in using Real Debrid. Real Debrid is a great service. I’ve been using for a while now and it works very well. You pay for private links and it enables better quality content. That is an option. This is what they refer to as Kodi going “paid”! People need to stop spreading rumors about Kodi and until we hear it directly from the developer then it is true. Would a paid option be a bad thing? Let us know what you think. But for now, KODI IS NOT BECOMING A PAID SERVICE!.
The video that started this all:
Check out Hushams rant on this topic
Here is a video on how Real Debrid works as a paid option.
Check out our review of IPTV Subs paid service. With many choices out there, this has become one of our favorites for live tv. Let us know what you think. Be sure to give us a thumbs up on our video and subscribe to our channel.