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As of v14, Kodi supports a backdoor to specify the location of your settings folder, which includes the userdata folder and add-ons. It is the equivalent of using environment variables on other platforms

This is accomplished by creating a plain text file file at /sdcard/xbmc_env.properties (the root directory for the Android device) with the following line:


The path might start with /storage/ as shown above, but it might be different on various Android devices. You can find the correct path by using a file explorer, like "File Browser" or "Root Explorer" to determine the proper path.

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Whether you’re building an Android application in Unity or programming it from scratch, you need to set up the Android Software Development Kit (SDK) before you can build and run any code on your Android device.

Download the Android SDK from the Android Studio and SDK Tools download page . You can either use an Android Studio and SDK bundle, or only download the SDK command line tools.

Install or unpack the Android SDK. After installing, open the Android SDK Manager and add at least one Android SDK Platform, the Platform Tools, the Build Tools, and the USB drivers if you’re using Windows.

As of v14, Kodi supports a backdoor to specify the location of your settings folder, which includes the userdata folder and add-ons. It is the equivalent of using environment variables on other platforms

This is accomplished by creating a plain text file file at /sdcard/xbmc_env.properties (the root directory for the Android device) with the following line:


The path might start with /storage/ as shown above, but it might be different on various Android devices. You can find the correct path by using a file explorer, like "File Browser" or "Root Explorer" to determine the proper path.

Last week on our Android customization series, we took a little detour from our regularly scheduled battery saving tips with Tasker to show off a battery management tip with Zooper Widget . Today, we continue to look at reducing battery consumption on your Android device by getting back to those Location services we had on deck for last week.

Along with the display on your device, Location services and their use specifically of your GPS antenna are easy ways to drain your battery. While we do not think that turning off Location services permanently is the best idea, there are times that it is just not needed. Let’s head back to Tasker and look at managing Location services to save you some juice.

Before diving in, please take stock of your specific needs of your Location services. For today’s tutorial we will be assuming that you do not want Location services turned on at all, except if certain apps are active, like Maps or Ingress.

Your wife should be at work but she is not answering her phone and you're afraid she may have had an accident. With Family Tracker you will know she's safe in the office. Your husband tells you he’s going to be late tonight due to a business meeting. Is he really at the office, or is he having dinner somewhere else? Your kids tell you that they are staying late with friends to study for their test. Are they really there, or did they go somewhere else without letting you know?

You can now find out where they are, at anytime, as long as they have their iPhones, iPads or Android phones with them (internet access is required).

Family Tracker does not need to know your phone cell number to function, as it does not send SMS messages for notifications. Your email address is instead used to send free Apple/Google Push Notifications to the devices being tracked. These notifications are free, specific to our Family Tracker application, and work anywhere in the world as long as the device being tracked has internet access via the cellular network or WiFi.