There’s everything in it you need to know, including video tutorials on youtube. You can skip the upper part and go directly to Installing IceFilms.
Be careful to watch everything, including the updates and the two “missing” videos.
Hi Michael. I went through the exact same thing. The problem is that when you re-zip it on the mac, it gives it tweaks the original zip file name. Best thing to do is to turn off Safari’s automatic unzipping “feature”. Do this in Safari’s PREFRERENCES, GENERAL, uncheck the box at the bottom: Open “safe” files after downloading. Now, redownload the zip file and copy it again to the Apple TV. This will work.
Great! You’re almost there. Last thing to do is to go ahead and unplug power from your Apple TV for about 2 to 5 minutes. Plug it back in. Then go back to Add-ons, look for Anarchintosh Add Ons, then Video Addons, then IceFilms. The write up referenced in an earlier post addresses this issue and it worked for me. Here is the link to the youtube video the author of the write up posted: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=ZszTIhDT2dE
Also, if that does not work, in the screen before (the one where IceFilms is suppose to show up but is empty) Hold down the menu button and a new screen will pop up, click on Force Refresh and the IceFilms addon should be there within seconds…
OH… :( For those that go to my blog, you will see all the pitfalls are discussed in great length and what their solutions are. Unfortunately, what works for one person doesn’t work for another sometimes. SO through the comments the community gets together and we come up with those solutions. You will see I even update my blog post with an update and what was fixed or added as a problem/solution comes along.
I’m glad everything works for you now, but since it was my video and article that was linked, I just want to point out that everything including pitfalls are discussed and the solution provided.
The FBI has busted the alleged operators of Internet locker service Megaupload, which had become one of the most popular video destinations on the Web, according to a statement from the U.S. Justice Department and FBI.
Seven people have been named in an indictment and four suspects have been taken into custody, according to the statement today. They have been charged in Virginia with crimes related to online piracy, including racketeering conspiracy, conspiring to commit copyright infringement, and conspiring to commit money laundering.