XBMC 13.2 Released, One Of The Last Before Kodi
Written by Michael Larabel in Multimedia on 19 August 2014 at 10:00 AM EDT. Add A Comment
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XBMC 13.2 has been released as one of the last "Gotham" series bug-fix releases before the project renames itself to Kodi.

At the beginning of August it was announced that XBMC is renaming itself to Kodi to clear up some potential legal issues, but not everyone is fond of this new name. With what would have been "XBMC 14" is where Kodi is making her debut.

XBMC 13.2's release this week is a small bug fix release that corrects a handful of problems ranging from audio issues to FTP TLS not working. More details on XBMC 13.2 can be found via XBMC.org.
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