Kodi 17.4 has just reached stable status. This is a bug fix release, addressing a number of bugs and changes to make the world’s most popular media centre software even better.
Whilst there’s no new changes, the list of fixes is extensive with 17 issues resolved in the changelog alone.
You can download Kodi 17.4 from the Kodi Downloads page.
Kodi 17.4 Changes
- Potentially fix crashing on Windows due to an issue in Python
- Potentially fix crashing on Windows when enabling zeroconf
- Fix sporadic crash on Windows when installing or updating add-ons
- Fix issue for users with reverse proxies attempting to forward websockets.
- Fix possible issue if Linux distro uses system ffmpeg and cause black screen with 10-bit H.265
- Properly throttle scraping music information online to prevent overloading the provider
- Fix native keyboard on iOS 11
- Fix potential crash on Android O loading App icons
- Fix non showing Kodi banner on Android O
- Fix potential crash on Android with certain keymaps
- Fix wrong detection of VP6 and VP8 videocodec on Android
- Update FFmpeg to 3.1.9
- Set hard requirement to use FFmpeg 3.1.x only
- Fix for Hangup when viewing recording and pressing next/previous
- Fix merged scraped album type and label correctly with that derived from tags from music files
- Fix possible crash on Linux when using ALSA
- Save skin settings immediatly after they have changed instead of only on shutdown
Kodi 17.4 Download Links
Kodi 17.4 is available on a several platforms including Android, Windows and Linux. I’ve provided links to the two most popular platforms below:
Downloads for Kodi 17.4 for other platforms can be found at the Kodi downloads page.
How to Install Kodi 17.4
How to Update to Kodi 17.4
Kodi 17.4 is available to download from the official Kodi downloads page.
Have you installed Kodi 17.4? What’s been your experience so far? Let me know in the comments!