Updating xbox xbmc
Also, Milkdrop (Visualisation for MP3s) is MUCH more responsive to the music now, with crappy presets weeded out, it's a hell of a lot more enjoyable to watch. Then when you're done, hit 'title' again and select 'Now Playing', and you will be taken to the playlist. In the readme, it suggests a DVD-R should also work however my Xbox continues to report unreadable disk?I just WISH they'd implement the 'flow' view that I use with my movies into the Pictures directory. I went back to the late October build recently because the later builds were taking longer to load my videos over the network for some reason. I dont have a CD-RW handy to try but can source one today- although i thought what I have tried should have worked.
it's like deleting MS Word, as long as Windows is still there, I can't see why your PC wouldn't boot up? )That allowed me FTP access to the box so I could upload the XBMC files.
The 360 skin is good but not so easy for other users in the household - ie wife.
The development of xbox related apps, skins etc seems to have really declined as more migrate to current platforms but from what I read, xbox1 & xbmc is still very viable.
Kindof a stupid mistake since I was still logged in. I haven't deleted any critical information as far as my Xbox is concerned.
Now all the XBMC files are deleted off the HDD and it won't let me boot into any dash. I've been using CD-RW media for my Xbox since the year dot. The only reason it's not booting into a dash is because the 'default.xbe' is deleted from where it is expecting to find it.Maybe it's a hint that they're working on something? (please God)Actually I'm curious as to why with all these scripts around, no one has made an open-source browser for the xbox. In the readme, it suggests a DVD-R should also work however my Xbox continues to report unreadable disk?