I have, on OSMC, the same problem I’ve had with OpenElec and just plain Kodi on Raspbian. Stuff plays ok if you just press play and leave it, but if you play a video, then play a second one, sometimes Kodi stops responding to Kore (the Android remote for Kodi). With a keyboard plugged in I can see that Kodi hasn’t crashed.
Are there some steps I could take to see what is going on when Kore is ignored?
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Thanks. I’ll do this when I have a log file where the problem is reproducable.
I had a good play around yesterday and couldn’t repeat anything really odd (crash/reboot). It is fairly easy to get the remote to become unresponsive but if you leave it 10-30 seconds it always recovers.
Is there a way of limiting Kodi to use only 3 cores? I’ve noticed that when the remote temporarily stops responding, any SSH sessions freeze (but don’t get disconnected). The onscreen debug info shows that only 20% cpu is being used.