Kodi 16 Brings Long Press Support for TV Remotes, an Improved Add-on Manager, and More
As the developers explain, Kodi can run on Android TV, but the remotes that come with Android TV devices rarely have a context menu button. To get around this, the newest version will allow you to long press the OK / Enter button on the remote to open additional menu options in the Kodi app. Very comfortably!
The new version also includes updates to the add-on manager, which now shows you all available versions of an installed add-on, and the built-in music player also scans added tracks more smoothly if they are tagged correctly.
Kodi 16 also includes an event recorder. In this list, you can see all the changes you’ve made to Kodi. When add-ons are updated or new media are added to your library, they will show up here. You can use it to find out when and why an updated add-on broke, or manually fix some library information that was not imported correctly. You can check out the full changelog and download new versions in the post below.
Kodi 16.0 – Jarvis – Mark XVI | Kodi.tv