The official remotes can also be connected to your phones and tablet devices so that you navigate effortlessly.
Kodi application is compatible with all existing operating systems such as Mac OS, Windows 7/8/8.1/10, Linux, etc.
I know it will play media from a usb thumb drive, external HDD but if you want it to play media from a PC then the PC needs to have windows 7 with Media Player 12 installed.
For those of you who are already familiar with XBMC, Kodi would be much easier to understand.
We know that XBMC was open-source software for the effortless playing of various media extensions and much more, created by a group of volunteer programmers from all around the world in 2003.
Life would be simpler if I only had one machine to use for everything. I do not seem to see anything on my T-box home menu nor do I see any new software (last nov 2011)???
Can I use the T-Box to record a program, transfer it to a USB stick, wipe the PVR space in order to make room for more programs, then return in six months' time and play the file from the USB? Also, does the external usb drive still need to be formatted fat32?