Kodi 14.2 Released To End Out The "XBMC" 14.x Series

Written by Michael Larabel in Multimedia on 28 March 2015 at 08:04 AM EDT. Add A Comment
Kodi 14.2 was released today as the last planned point release in the 14.x series. Next stop is the Kodi 15 "Isengard" release!

Kodi 14.2 is concentrated on bug-fixes and with this release it has fixes for gapless playback on MP3, fixed playback of the RTMP protocol, FTPS handling fix, saves the weather location, and many other fixes.

For the adventurous user not too concerned about stability, you can opt to already try out the initial development release of Kodi 15 that is a big feature release.

Kodi 14.2 details can be found via the release announcement posted this morning to Kodi.tv.
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