Kodi 20.2 has officially been released by the Kodi development team and is now considered the stable version.
The following article shows updates, features, and changes to this software which we have pulled directly from the official Kodi website.
We also provide instructions to update Kodi on any device including Firestick & Android TV Box.
If you’re happy with your current version of Kodi, we suggest you continue using that as the updates in Kodi 20.2 are minimal and you probably won’t notice a difference.
Below are the bug fixes and new features pulled directly from the official Kodi Website.
Kodi 20.2 – New Features, Fixes, & Updates
An assortment of E-AC3 related fixes were backported.
A fix to the Music Viz screen has been made by @enen92 in an endeavour to chase that elusive target of perfection
Fixes to the seekbar timer when seeking.
A fix to a crash by memory exhaustion when some emulators are used.
A whole assortment of fixes were made to fix building Kodi with GCC13.
A fix for a crash that occurred when >100 jobs where scheduled for the Android TV recommendation channels.
For some old Android devices that had both MediaTek and Google decoders for some media, a preference to using the Google decoder was put in as the MediaTek decoders fail to play back audio in encrypted streams.
A PR was reverted that fixes some Linux setups to use the more generic library (GL) rather than the specific GLX library.
Fix speech recognition not working.
Fixes to HDR playback when windows was already in HDR mode.
A backported fix for a potential deadlock for Xbox users when using pixel shaders and SW decoding.
Fix crash on saved search.
Fix last opened group not always restored on Kodi startup.
@garbear has backported a fix for setting Picture and Game info via infotags.
GameInfo has been added to the Player class to allow get/set GameInfoTag data.
A fix was backported that mainly affected Linux platforms: the path used when searching for modules was appending Kodi script paths at the end of the list, and therefore could potentially find system Python scripts/modules instead of Kodi-specific scripts/modules
Fix watched/unwatched status not taken into account for items not added to video library when creating playlists.
Fix missing watched/unwatched status in Playlist window.
Install Kodi 20.2 with the TROYPOINT Toolbox
If you wish to install or update to Kodi 20.2 Nexus, you can easily do so through the free TROYPOINT Toolbox.
The free TROYPOINT Toolbox may be used on any Android-based device including Fire TV Stick, Fire TV, Fire TV Cube, NVIDIA SHIELD, Android phones, and tablets.
Kodi 20.2 Download Links
For Firestick and Fire TV Users, the following links will provide you with installation guides and updating guides for your preferred device:
When using the install method linked below, you must choose Kodi 20.2 Nexus from the Toolbox.
iOS (Must have jailbroken device)
ARM32 is no longer supported in Kodi 19 and beyond.
Use the following commands in your Linux/Ubuntu terminal to install Kodi 20. Follow the prompts as you would with any other software installation.
sudo apt install software-properties-common sudo add-apt-repository -y ppa:team-xbmc/xbmc-nightly sudo apt install kodi
Remember, by installing a repository, you will have the freedom to choose different streaming add-ons for your enjoyment. TROYPOINT’s list of the Best Kodi Add-ons can be found by clicking the link below.
If you are looking for a simple way to install the best add-ons and repositories quickly and efficiently, we suggest using a Kodi Build. Click the link below for a list of the Best Kodi Builds at this time.
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