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FireCore’s aTV Flash (Black) Version 1.1 Released, Download Now

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Team FireCore has just released the final version of aTV Flash (black) designed specifically for Apple TV 2G. Version 1.1 of aTV Flash (Black) adds ability to play additional media formats including AVI, FLAC, ISO, M2TS, MKV, MP3, MP4, MPEG, VOB, and WAV along with subtitle and AC3/DTS sound support, an extended menu system, web surfing, Last.fm support among other features. It even allows users to access files directly from a Mac, PC or network drive without using iTunes. You can download aTV Flash for your second generation Apple TV for $29.95.

Here’s the complete list of what’ new in aTV Flash (Black) Version 1.1:

  • Added support for .IMG files
  • Added option to mark specific folders as grid or list view
  • Added subtitle position setting
  • Added support for larger thumbnail images
  • Added support for UTF-8 paths in DVD files
  • Added web page auto-loading feature
  • Added screen position setting in Couch Surfer
  • Added show/hide menus option
  • Improved audio synchronization in DVD and AVI files
  • Improved metadata fetching logic
  • Improved filenames parsing logic
  • Improved playlist logic that marks files as watched
  • Improved buffering performance
  • Improved ISO files handling (resolved network error warning)
  • Improved error handling for DVD files
  • Improved growl notifications display logic for audio files
  • Improved warning messages for unplayable files
  • Improved grid view stability
  • Improved fanart loading
  • Improved memory management
  • Improved installation routin
  • Improved installer device detection
  • Resolved issues with long DNS names
  • Resolved issue with extra period appearing at the end of some DNS names
  • Resolved crash observed when audio subsystem could not be initialized
  • Resolved issues with chapter handliing logic
  • Minor UI improvements
  • Many other miscellaneous fixes

Here’s a video demo of aTV Flash (Black):

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  • Zeus_369

    A great add on but $30 is quite the price tag, especially if you can Jailbreak and do that at no cost just a bit of time/configuration.

  • Radiopearl

    SO, Do you need to jailbreak to get this working?
     I would think yes.

  • josh

    It’s not an alternative to jailbreaking, it’s what you do ONCE you have jailbroken

  • great idea .i got it,,,,,,,

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