My KODI Keeps Crashing –
OK here are some fixes that may work
Now theres been quite a few reported cases that the latest update and previous versions of KODI keeps crashing, now I do empathise with you as this has happened to me before, all of the following “fixes” I will say that in the loosest terms will be added to as and when I find or see them. I will also add now though that the biggest reason is that the latest 17.1 Krypton update requires Android =>5.0 so if you are running 4.4.2 and your box cannot be updated then its time to upgrade unfortunately. I personally went to Entertainmentbox and haven’t looked back.
As I stated above this post will be added too as and when I find useful information for you, as thats what I do.
KODI Keeps Crashing So here are some not all the fixes which will hopefully work for you.
“Unfortunately, Kodi has stopped” fix – Seems to be a small crashing issue with Kodi and 6.0, 6.0.1 Marshmallow (also impacts some 5.1/5.1.1 devices) Android TV devices “Unfortunately, Kodi has stopped” seems to happen after any video is played in Kodi or fork (SPMC, MFTMC ect.) Follow this to fix the crashing.
Confirmed to work on the following Android TV devices (many S905X, S905 and S912 devices).
TX3 TX5 TX8 TX3 Pro TX5 Pro TX8 BB2 Mecool Mini MX T8 Mini Leelbox Q1 Master X96 T95X T95U Pro T95N Tonbux T11 A95X Beelink Mini Box X-Player X92 MXQ Pro 4K H96 Yoka TV KB2 Probox2 T95Z M9X Trongle S3 Trongle X1 T95Z Plus Mecool BB2 MXIII-G (MXIII, MXIII II or MX3) Many variations Yoka TV KB2 Box Int Box I8 T95M Trongle TR-1 MXQ Pro M8S II Mini M82 Mini OTT TV Box V5 Mecool BB2 Wegoo Mini Trongle S1PRO M9+ CSA93 Pro Box Air 2 Idroidnation G-Box Q2 Shield Ti8 Element H96 Pro + Alfawise S92 (S912) R-Box Pro M9X
KODI Keeps Crashing | As I stated above that the KODI 17 required android 5.0 the following is straight from KODI.tv
Android 5.0 Lollipop (or later) as minimum
Over the years the Android platform started to mature and catch up to the other platforms regarding capabilities. This also means that we can drop all the custom code we had to add in the beginning to get Kodi running at all as that’s now becoming obsolete. One of those from back in the days was libStageFright which we dropped in a previous release and was replaced by the standard MediaCodec from Android. With v17 we have started to clean up all the old implementations which sadly also means we had to set the minimum Android version to at least 5.0 Lollipop. It’s uncertain at this time if we even hove to go higher and set minimum to Android 6.0 Marshmallow as this contains certain features we need to improve Kodi. For now you are safe if you at least have Android 5.0 Don’t worry you can keep using Kodi v16 on all previous Android versions however you just can upgrade to a newer Kodi version.
So you can always download and older version and they thanks to TechTimeruu are still availble from the following site https://xbmc.en.uptodown.com/windows/old
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