Among the main conquests of Apple TV fourth generation application support. Users can now install on your device the game and the most diverse software.
Yesterday the developers of the popular media player Kodi, known until last August as XBMC has released an alpha version of the software for Apple TV 4. Initially it was created as a media center for the first generation Xbox game consoles, but later released on desktop platforms, but also for iPhone, iPad and Apple TV.
MacDigger offers instructions on installing the cross-platform build player Apple fourth generation.
How to install Kodi on Apple TV 4:
Step 1: Download from App Store Xcode package 7. In addition, you will need the Kodi file.deb and iOS App Signer.
Step 2: connect Apple TV to your Mac using the USB cable-S.
Step 3: Open the Xcode, create a new project and in section tvOS select Application and then Single View Application. Click The Next Button. Name it Kodi.
Step 4: select Team In field current command or enter the parameters for your Apple ID. If there is a button that says Fix, press it and skip errors with the profile.
Step 5: Now launch the iOS App Signer. Click Browse and double click on the new file Kodi.deb. Select Signing Certificate and Provisioning Profile and click the Start button. On your desktop appear file Kodi.ipa ready to upload to the device
Step 6: Open Xcode, click Window in the menu, then Select Devices.
Step 7: Select in the list an Apple TV, tap the “+” and select your file Kodi.ipa.
Step 8: the Kodi App will be downloaded to the set-top box.
Kodi advantage over its peers is native support for hardware encoding/decoding with scaling the image to fit the display. This component is so flexible that allows you to stream uncompressed video at full resolution with virtually no loss of frames.