Riderzzz Wrote:If you used it without problems with r26 before and if you're kextstat is showng now an older version and you have been copying then i would say smth went wrong with the drivers.
I'm not a pro in this stuff, but i would reinstall r26 drivers again and then copy the 4 files with the commands posted earlier in my post.
Then with kextstat it should show 3.5.0. If so, then check if xbmc is having the option for enabling crystalHD.
ATM you are searching for an error what could be everywhere.
but atleast you're running now on the official xbmc.org revision.
OMG. You guys are gonna kill me.
Riderzzz, instead of reinstalling r26. I went on to delete all the .bin and .dylib files from /usr/lib.
Then, I went on to delete the broadcomcrystalhd.kext file from System/Library/Extensions. That's when i found out the my broadcomcrystalhd.kext was a "directory" and not a file. So, as davilla pointed to me way early, that broadcomcrystalhd.kext should be in
Big mess up on my part. Many apologies.
So, using riderzzz's copy commands earlier in this thread, I copied the files from 2.0.0 into my atv, rebooted, and bam... Allow hardware acceleration (CrystalHD) is now available in Video->Playback.
Many many thanks again davilla and riderzzz.