Manually Deleting XBMC Config Folder on Droidplayer

With the launch of our new app that automatically installs XBMC and our custom configuration folder, sorting XBMC issues and getting your box back to the way it was when it arrived is so much simpler. However, sometimes, the file structure of the Android device may not want to play ball so can need some manual input to get it working.

 

This guide will show you how to manually delete the XBMC config folder before the DP installer app downloads a new version and installs automatically.

 

Step 1. Go into file browser and navigate to Local Disk/Android/Data/ where you will see the below set of folders.
, Manually Deleting XBMC Config Folder on Droidplayer

 

Step 2. Choose the ‘Multi’ icon at the top so it turns yellow then scroll down to choose the org.xbmc.xbmc folder

 

, Manually Deleting XBMC Config Folder on Droidplayer

 

Step 3. Once selected you will see a green tick on the right hand side of the screen.

 

, Manually Deleting XBMC Config Folder on Droidplayer

 

Step 4. Go back up to the menu options and press the edit icon next to the yellow ‘Multi’ icon. Scroll down and choose delete from the menu.

 

, Manually Deleting XBMC Config Folder on Droidplayer

 

This should now clear the org.xbmc.xbmc folder from the list of folders in the Data folder. If the folder still appears, try the steps again (sometimes it takes a couple of times to completely delete the folder)

Try using the DP Installer app again and the config folder should download and install automatically with no issues.

 

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