The overclocking profiles we had no longer make sense for the new models of Pi, particularly with the launch of the Pi 4. You can still manually overclock via config.txt, but we don’t recommend adjusting any settings anymore.
My OSMC is still accessible directly from the main screen on the OSMC and Estuary skins
Hi I also ordered 2 OSMC remote controls. Order #28158 (December 27, 2019) Does I also have the new remotes? Thanks, Michael
Hi – this would be the older model without the battery warning.
thanks for an awesome update.
Ah, maybe my use of Confluence (FAR superior) is the cause.
A post was split to a new topic: Jan update - boot loop
Can confirm UI navigation is far smoother after this update. Live TV tuning is back to proper snappiness as well (I believe the framerate detection bug was causing this to be painfully slow previously); nice release!
Works great on RPi3! Is there any indication when OSMC will be ready for use with Debian 10 (Buster)? I tried looking for info on the forums but couldn’t find an answer. I would be willing to test a somewhat stable beta if needed!
We will probably start the move later this year.
So will this fix be in the Jan update, if I upgrade in a week? Or is this fix only available when already on the Jan update?
This has since been fixed.
Just check for updates again and it will be fine.
Thanks for the quick reply.
This fixed my Problem losing the pic for a few seconds on HFR Content
Gemini Man UHD HFR @60p
With the new update no problems anymore.
Hi, so my vero4k+ gives me an error message from time to time when coming back to it.
Please report this on the OSMC forum
Numbers says: OSMC January 2020 2020.01-2
I have tried to manually update via the GUI to no help. Is there a command i can try logging into the terminal?
I have had no other problems apart from it being frozen and the entire scren being orange 2 times and my gf did the power off hard reboot both times (power cable toggle). Else it works like normal.
But just so i understamd, do I have this threads update installed or not, or cant you tell by that osmc number?
We need to see logs to see the state of your system. There may be some packages held back or not upgraded correctly.