XBMC 13.2 is here. This brings the following fixes:
- Fix for accented letters
- Updated included addons
- Updated GUI translations
- Fixes for several bugs and memory leaks
You can read the full release notes over at the XBMC site here.
There are also some Raspbmc improvements
- Fix for crash when encoding certain JPEGs (thanks Dom)
- Fix for temporary sync issues and loss of audio
- Fix issues with some PVR addons not being available in the former build.
XBMC has renamed to Kodi, OSMC is superseding Raspbmc.
I recently posted how XBMC has renamed to Kodi and Raspbmc is being superseded by OSMC. Martijn over at Team-XBMC says that this may be the last release for XBMC 13 (Gotham). However I’d like to reassure users that Raspbmc is still maintained and updated until at least the end of the year. Further, although there may not be any more upstream releases of XBMC 13, there will be for Raspbmc, as we backport fixes to this build.
Here’s a sneak peak at the new look of OSMC (you can join the discussion here)
To get the update, all you need to do is reboot your Raspberry Pi. If you’re running an XBMC nightly, be sure to switch to ‘xbmc release’ in Raspbmc Settings to get back on the stable build.
If you enjoy Raspbmc, and this update, and would like to support continued development (which will help OSMC too), you can make a donation here.