I have followed your (easy) instructions to enable Flash, but it doesn’t work.
- I have installed the latest version of 3.6.3,
- copied the entire CoreAudioKit.framework folder from an Intel Mac (10.5.something) via WinSCP into the …/frontrow/documents folder,
- installed Flash via aTV and finally
- rebooted the system (via power-off)
After booting up again, the menu shows that Flash is supposed to be installed (i.e. I haven’t received an error message at any time), but I still see the little blue Lego brick when going to flash enabled sites like Adobe.com.
Any help? I have sent an email to aTVFlash with no avail, so maybe this is a better way to communicate?
- The “CoreAudioKit.framework” folder consists of many aliases (indicated by the little symbol on top of some files), but I guess that’s ok? But it also does include some “real” files.
- The Wiki install instruction mentions a “file” to be copied, but in fact “CoreAudioKit.framework” is a folder, not a file (or am I doing something wrong?).
- Anyone got the “CoreAudioKit.framework” folder from a 10.5.xx Mac, or shall I try to find an older version (like 10.4.xx)?
- The documents folder where the “CoreAudioKit.framework” folder should be copied into is not a root folder on aTV, but part of the frontrow folder, right?
That’s all I could think of. Any help would be appreciated.