Windows PC users can now cast/mirror XBMC Gotham with a Chromecast by using the “experimental” full screen mode without any special tricks, patches or extra software .This is not to be confused with the Chrome Tab casting feature that the device is typically associated with. We have the simple instructions to access this incredible feature here. This will let you use XBMC With a Chromecast and a Laptop with XBMC Gotham No Hack or Other Programs Needed. We are not aware of whether this method will work on a Mac computer because we do not have access to a mac computer at this moment. If we can repeat the results with a Mac computer we will update the story. The moment XBMC fans have been waiting for has finally happened. To learn how to cast XBMC to the Chromecast with no extra programs please continue.
The Streaming Advisor is excited to announce our first giveaway. The JynxBox M1V2 is a Linux-based set top box that runs the XBMC Gotham media center. The item retails between $80.00-$100.00 depending on where it is purchased. Entering the raffle is free and only requires entrants to like the streaming Advisor Facebook page and Theater in a Box, the company, which generously provided the prize. Enter today and start streaming with XBMC.
The JynxBox M1V2 is a simple and elegant XBMC based set top box priced at a reasonable $80.00. The device can be purchased online through Theater In a Box here. The M1 is considered a budget box but it packs a lot of performance in to a compact and versatile machine. It ships installed with XBMC Gotham and runs on a lower powered Amlogic 8726-M3 1.2Ghz processor. This is not as noticeable as one might think because the system
The Jynxbox M6 is a compact purple set top box is designed to run XBMC and Android. It does both quite well but as was seen earlier on the Streaming Advisor users have the option to install a Linux based version of XBMC see story here. So the question is what is the best configuration for the Jynxbox M6? We take a look at the strengths of both.
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Quickplay.tv a television service based out of Europe offers an Internet based DVR as part of its package. The DVR is helpful and easy to use as long as one knows how to access it and how it works, today we explain just how to do it.
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