Xbmc not updating library on startup
With each new update, Kodi receives plenty of bug fixes.
So, here’s how to update Kodi to the latest available version.
Here’s how to reset Kodi to default settings by using Indigo: In many cases, faulty addons cause Kodi to reboot continuously. Then, open Kodi and delete any recently installed addons.
However, you can also try to update Web scrapers (while connected to the Web, of course), and here’s how that is done: When installing addons, the last thing you want to see is the ‘Failed to Install a Dependency’ error.
So, here’s what to do: In case you can’t access any video streams after installing an addon or build, we suggest two options.
Make sure to update your addon to the latest available version. Once you launch Kodi, the application will try to search for new versions of add-ons. You also probably have a few of your favorite add-ons that you use on a daily basis. We understand that this can be tiresome if you have dozens of installed add-ons.
The most common one is the ‘Unable to Create Application’ error which prevents Kodi from opening after updating the application.
There are several possible reasons why Kodi might be misbehaving.
However, there’s plenty you can do to solve this problem.
In essence, you need to understand the cause of this problem first.
Please use the provided link to get our in-depth guide on how this procedure is done.
In case you’re experiencing issues with certain addons, such as Exodus or Covenant, you should know that these addons come with dedicated maintenance tools.