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xbmc on a Samsung smart tv using Linux 2.6


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radiohammer

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Has anyone got a solution to installing the XBMC  streaming program on a Samsung smart tv??? Any thoughts welcome!! Cheers Chas.


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yes get a 35.00 raspberry PI and Load openelec on it :), it can power off of your TV's via "USB port" or USB service port" and can support 1080 /w a license for like 3.00 

 

http://www.element14...rrypi_Raspberry here is a good place to pick one up. I own 11 of them and 10 of them are running openelec Custom Build with cmyth and plexbmc

 

here is a link for the custom Builds http://netlir.dk/rbe...9.2013).tar.bz2 i fould to be the best one. it's got the newer Version's of the PVR addon's, and some tweaks.

 

and i use Plex with xbmc add-on "plexbmc"  but i make my own Builds. but that is a good start.

Here is a how to install openelec on a rasberry pi http://tasksofohm.wo...n-raspberry-pi/

 

if you have any Questions just hit me up :)

 

I hope this helps 


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Thanks edege

I'll give it a try. Chas.


Edited by ComputerDoctor, 15 March 2014 - 02:28 AM.
giving proper credit!

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