Kodi’s decision to not support Android versions older than 5.0 for their Kodi 17 Krypton build is highly frustrating. Especially if you have a perfectly useable Android TV box sitting waiting to be used.
Kodi allows the use of subtitles to enhance the viewing experience of films and TV shows.
There is nothing quite as frustrating as an app that won’t start. Or it goes to a black screen, particularly when it’s a popular app like Kodi. Fortunately, fixing Kodi is fairly straight forward, however, it may mean losing the add-ons you’ve installed and starting again from scratch.
With Linux, it is not as straightforward to understand where the settings are to adjust the screen size to match your HD/4K TV. Most of the time the firmware will detect the size and resolution of a TV but for those who want to manually adjust the size, here is how.
This post shows where you can configure a VPN service on your Gostreamer linux firmware
This post shows how to access network settings in Linux
If you want to erase your Kodi config and start from scratch, this guide shows you how.
Easy instructions for installing add-ons with Kodi Estuary skin.