Where Kodi failed, this succeeded on my MXQ Android Box I recently purchased a quad core MXQ Android set top box. I owned an earlier model that turned out to be garbage. When I received my MXQ box, Kodi was pre-loaded and the video playback was horrible. In fact, it was unwatchable. I retired the MXQ box to my closet and came across this app. I thought, "Might as well give it a shot." I uninstalled Kodi, installed SPMC, and the box now plays to perfection. Thank you.
A+ For Kodi\SPMC Made an awesome App work in my 1st gen Tab 10.1. Now I can watch this bleeding edge technology, revolutionize the future of home entertainment into something we could only once dream about until this "miracle" of watching television was spawned from the desire of wanting it all... and wanting it now.......Or maybe "It's pretty cool!" Would better describe what happend?
Works on many devices the official Kodi doesn't support I've used this on pretty much every Android device I have, and while it's not the fastest thing in the world... it actually works better than Kodi on most of my devices (especially generic brand tablets). Someone has put a ton of effort into this app, and it's much appreciated!
Greatly improved over official kodi This forked project is much better than the official kodi because the dev made it lighter weight than the official, thus allowing it to run on my HTC One m8 and cast to my big screen at the same time. The official version is too bloated and takes too much ram to run and cast at the same time. Thank you dev!
So good it literally hurts. I persevered with standard xbmc/kodi on an Android box for ages despite start fails, memory disasters, lags, lags and lags just cos well obviously it's still the best thing ever. SPMC (and a cheap ir remote) fixes 95% of those problems and takes the whole concept of Android to planet Balls. Thanks dev, small donation sent via kodi page.
Great port of a super utility For all practical purposes,works exactly like the xbmc.the flexibility and scalability of xbmc platform is unparalelled. using xbmc in raspi (raspbian) and desktop( win7), got greedy and wanted it for my phone. spmc is the only option currently for android. Also installed this on banana pro running android image. Great work!
- Improved Rockchip support
- Auto-framerate switching for Amlogic
- Auto-framerate switching for Rockchip
- Allow forcing passthrough hack on Rockchip via AS (<libMediaPassThroughHack>)
- Better Android apps icons
- Add direct access to common Android settings
- Android TV banner
- Fix Nexus 9
- Bump libbluray & ffmpeg
- Fix amlogic black screen on recent SDK
- ... and the usual bunch of bugfixes ;)