Do you sometimes get frustrated with your Kodi box? Wish you had an ultimate Kodi setup with a smooth and seamless TV-watching experience?
Well, I have that kind of smooth experience with my Kodi boxes, and I’ll share exactly what I do to set it up.
Looking to cut the cord and get our of Kabletown? If you’re looking to be a “cord-cutter” and ditch your cable or satellite bill, you’ve probably tried using Kodi and some add-ons like Genesis or SALTS to be able to watch whatever shows or movies you want, but what about local news and broadcast sports? What if want to be able to host a Superbowl party?
Cable or satellite customers who have an Xbox One with Kinect rave about OneGuide, Xbox One’s integration with live TV services. You can use Xbox’s interface or voice commands and the Xbox will send IR commands from the Kinect to the cable or satellite set-top box to change the channels accordingly.
But what if you’re a “cord-cutter” like me and don’t have cable or satellite? You’ve been out of luck, having to reach for a separate remote control to control Kodi instead of being able to use Xbox OneGuide and voice controls… until now, that is!