The RC1 update did not solve the problem… Unfortunately.
I will give a more detailed example of the access problem I’m experiencing.
In my first NAS, I’ve got two harddrives. Volume_1 and Volume_2.
Volume_1 has a couple of shares. One of them is called Movies - HD1. Within this share are some folders: Movies 0 - 9, Movies A - F, Movies G - I. Within these folders are the movies, each in a separate folder. Each movie is in ISO, MKV, M2TS or AVI format. And each movie has an about,jpg and a folder.jpg file (needed for my Mede8er).
Volume_2 has a couple of shares. Among them are Movies - HD2 and Music. Within the Movies - HD2 share are some folders: Movies J - L, Movies M - O. In the Music share are more than hundred folders with music albums.
On my ATV2 it is possible access Volume_1. I am able to see the share Movies - HD1. But when I try to connect to Movies - HD1, my ATV2 says “loading (the wheel is spinning for about 20 secs)” and finally reboots.
The same goes for Volume_2, except that I cannot access Movies - HD2, but can connect to the Music share and the folders within that share.
On my second NAS, there are two harddisks in Raid1. On this NAS is my photo collection. On this NAS is a share named Photos. Within this share are folders per year and in this folder are folders with such as “summer vacation, birthday”. I am able to acces the share Photos and the “year” folders. So I can actually see all the events (vacation, birthdays). But as soon as I want to access them, I sometimes succeed and sometimes don’t. For some folders it takes a long time, and my ATV2 says “low on memory”, before I gain access to that particular folder.
Long story I know, but I’m really desperate… I see all the beautifull things of Firecore passing by and I cannot use them
I hope that the firecore team will figure things out (especially because XBMC is working…)
Edit: I even did a “fresh” install. Reinstalled jailbroken iOS4.3, installed aTVFlash RC1, configured everything installed Mediaplayer. No difference