The XBMC team are looking for testers to help XBMC 12.2. The team are mainly looking for crash reports so they can analyse the debug logs and then use the data to improve the stability of future versions.
In between coding up exciting new features, we have been hard at work pushing as many fixes as possible into the next bug fix release of XBMC 12. With 12.2, we’d like to ask your help in performing some bug testing, prior to the release.
Broadly speaking, we are only looking for “crash and burn” reports. If XBMC resets on you or randomly crashes or something similarly major, we’d like to know about it with a note in the forum. If you elect to be a tester for 12.2pre, we would very much appreciate a debug log along with your crash report. Any reports without a log will be ignored.
To get XBMC 12.2pre, simply visit our Test Builds page, and download the most recent test build for your system with the name “Frodo” at the end of the file.
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