This feature is available in Kodi 15.1 and above including Jarvis edition. The instructions below are specifically for Kodi 16 Jarvis, but can be setup on the previous version, although the steps may be slightly different.
More and more people are getting away from traditional cable television and are relying more on streaming services such as Kodi and all it has to offer. Even many of those that still pay for satellite or cable are using Kodi part-time. This also can cause a problem if you have a data cap with your current internet provider and most internet customers have some sort of limit based on your plan. This is a simple solution and I would recommend that you add this setting to your setup to prevent your box from streaming all night while you dozed off in your bed watching the latest episode of Family Guy or Shark Tank. Now on situations such as episodes this feature may not be needed because once the episode is completed you are likely required to choose another one, therefore the streaming is already stopped; however if you are on a live TV add-on, IPTV or a feed that is continuous this is a great feature to have installed. This setting does not require frequent setup, nor does it require turning this feature on each time you use Kodi. Once it is set up, unless you clear data or delete and reinstall the program, it will stay setup. You simply tell it how many minutes you would like it go idle, or without any person changing a channel, pausing a movie, touching a remote or any activity at all before requesting you to do so. Meaning if you set it to 2 hours or 120 minutes, if no one has changed add-ons, or pressed a button on your remote for 2 hours - it will ask if you are still wanting to watch television. If you are still awake and watching it, it will start the 2 hour count over once you click a button on your remote, otherwise within the specified amount of time (example: 60 seconds) if you do not click anything all streaming will stop on Kodi.
After a police raid earlier this week, Xtream Codes was shutdown down and still has not recovered. Xtream Codes is only the facilitator that was being used by most IPTV companies to manage their content. This is known as the “panel”. The panel controls the customer base of subscribers, accounts, and is the engine that […]
After a police raid according to multiple reports, that included multiple countries Xtream Codes has been shutdown at this time. This is the platform that more than 90% of all IPTV (Ineternet Protocol Television) providers used to operate their streaming services. Xtream Codes The fascinating thing about Xtream Codes is that it does not host, […]