Test your Kodi Speed. Buffering and other issues.

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Came across this helpful video from the YouTube Soloman channel. Great videos as always. But he explains how to use Total XBMC add on to check your Kodi/XBMC speeds. It tells you if your set up is sufficient for using Kodi or not. Great tool a must try. Download it via the repo http://i.totalxbmc.tv

 

For everyone else who has the popular silenceRom use this guide.

How to check if you already have the silenceRom installed.

1. Go to add ons.

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2. Total Installer v2 and click to install.
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3. A video will pop up exit it and go to the total installer and click on maintenance.

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4. Click on test my download speed

 

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5. Select any of the files shown here and click on it.

 

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6. It will tell you if your internet connection is sufficient enough for any of the add ons.

 

 

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