Get the Kodi 17.3 download today and fix a very serious malicious bug found in the Kodi subtitles service! Stay up to date with Kodi information, news, and tips below.
Kodi 17.3 was just released to each app store and to the official Kodi website.
Kodi 17.3 fixes a bug in Kodi 17.2 where some services such as PVR, visualization, and inputstream (critical for Kodi live streams) were not packaged with the download. In addition to some nice bug fixes, Kodi 17.2 fixes a malicious security error where potential hackers can take over your system by using the subtitles service! Update today and keep yourself safe, this is highly recommended!
Check out the change log below and if you would like to download and try Kodi 17.3, click here or use the Google Play Store on your Android box.
- Fix selection after channelgroup switching in PVR guide window
- Fix handling of gaps that caused eradic behaviour in EPG grid
- Allow backing out of fullscreen pictures by mapping longpress guesture
- Quick fix for wake up command not being called in PVR power management
- Use alternative method to check if platform updates have been installed on Windows
- Set the minimum version in the code which is currently OSX 10.8
- Fix possible security flaw which could abused .zip files which try to traverse to a parent directory
- Use the correct ttc font from the video file for subtitles on Windows
- Detect and delete zero-byte database files which causes crashes
A full list of changes can be found here. Overall, this new updated Kodi does a good job of improving some of the bugs that existed in Kodi 17.1 and should help to make everyone’s user experience more favourable.
Remember, Kodi 17.3, like Kodi 17, 17.1, and 17.2, does not support Android 4.4. If you are looking to upgrade your Kodi box, check out our section of approved Kodi boxes by clicking here.