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#161728 17-Jan-2015 19:10
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OMG today I discoverer the Genesis add on for XBMC I may never be able to leave the house again! Just cannot believe what it has on it.
http://addons.tvaddons.ag/show/plugin.video.genesis/ 




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  #1216673 17-Jan-2015 19:17
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that link doesnt actually say what the add on is or what it does

in fact nor does your first post

care to provide more info on what it is/does

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  #1216675 17-Jan-2015 19:23
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must be adult content.




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  #1216677 17-Jan-2015 19:27
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an addon that scrapes for links and effectively gives you access to a truck load of tv and movies

agree with the OP..... ..kodi + genesis = awesome



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  #1216734 17-Jan-2015 22:34
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richms: must be adult content.


Excuse Me! I am British we don't look at smut! Outrageous!




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  #1216742 17-Jan-2015 22:42
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Jase2985: that link doesnt actually say what the add on is or what it does

in fact nor does your first post


care to provide more info on what it is/does


Sure

Bear in mind I am a user not an expert

So you have this program called xbmc the acts as a browser for services where you can access all sorts of media.

you can also use it as a platform for viewing all sorts of media

You can get add ons that give you access to further lots of media

Like Viki.com a whole bunch of Asian tv

Then you have this genesis add on that gives you access to literally bucket loads of stuff

Like pretty much all the current movies and tv show all streamed form god knows where and its all free which is pretty sad we really should be paying something to the starving artists and studios. My cheque is in the mail, well it would be if the dog hadn't eaten it






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  #1216754 18-Jan-2015 00:08
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Thanks for the heads up !
I have a M8 box that was not being used, so I thought I would fire it up and install that add on ... I am very impressed with the Genesis add on.

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  #1216825 18-Jan-2015 09:36
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You should try the iStream video add-on from XunityTalk for XBMC, that sorts the returns from searching multiple sites, by video and audio quality, HD at the top. Sometimes it can be difficult to get a good copy, but iStream makes it easy. It does have a few bugs, but mostly works.

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  #1217377 19-Jan-2015 10:36
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KiwiTim: You should try the iStream video add-on from XunityTalk for XBMC, that sorts the returns from searching multiple sites, by video and audio quality, HD at the top. Sometimes it can be difficult to get a good copy, but iStream makes it easy. It does have a few bugs, but mostly works.

Tim

Added to my to do list thanks




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  #1217387 19-Jan-2015 10:38
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gnfb:
richms: must be adult content.


Excuse Me! I am British we don't look at smut! Outrageous!


I'm pretty sure that the English invented smut.

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  #1217476 19-Jan-2015 11:30
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How does it compare to say Plex?



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  #1218100 20-Jan-2015 10:42
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Glassboy:
gnfb:
richms: must be adult content.


Excuse Me! I am British we don't look at smut! Outrageous!


I'm pretty sure that the English invented smut.



Well of course we did!.... We invented most things!.... like haggis! doesnt mean to say i have to like it!




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  #1218195 20-Jan-2015 11:55
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gnfb:
Glassboy:
gnfb:
richms: must be adult content.


Excuse Me! I am British we don't look at smut! Outrageous!


I'm pretty sure that the English invented smut.



Well of course we did!.... We invented most things!.... like haggis! doesnt mean to say i have to like it!


And it was Shakespere who wrote "The lady doth protest too much, methinks" ;)

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  #1218381 20-Jan-2015 15:39
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Well I have installed KODI and Genesis and it seems to work alarmingly well, though I can't get the media to play via an Android device despite buying the Yatse App. Says Error starting media.

I am fairly sure the sources for said media it's finding would be considered shady at the very least, unsure what the liability for that is. 


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