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Uber Geek
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# 175089 16-Jun-2015 21:31
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Amazon has removed Kodi from it's Amazon Fire TV app store "because it can be used to facilitate piracy"

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May as well ban all media player software.

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  # 1326180 16-Jun-2015 22:36
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I really liked having the Kodi icon on my homepage. (although you need to side-load kodi itself).

Kodi is great for playing files off my NAS, and I don't use any add ons. My normal go to media player VLC is poorly implemented on the Amazon fire, to the point where it is unusable.

Guess I will need to resort to other options to retain a homepage link.

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  # 1326193 16-Jun-2015 23:38
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May as well ban all computers from their store too, then. I've heard you can use them to facilitate piracy.

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  # 1336195 3-Jul-2015 09:15
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They still sell "fully loaded" (ie full of piracy addons) kodi boxes on But of course Amazon gets a cut of every sale, so that never gets stopped by Amazon, despite breaches of the kodi trademark.

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