Wednesday, May 18, 2016

How to and bring Plex back to the

We have some good news following our yesterday’s report that PlexConnect, the that allows you to run Plex on a non jail had been disabledin the device’srecent update. As it turns out, you can still run PlexConnect on your , although it might not be as straightforward as it once was.Developer Paul Kehrer has written a fairly detailed tutorial explaining how to run PlexConnect on your . The still poses as ’s app in order to accomplish the install…As mentioned above, the isn’t as simple as it once was, but it gets the job done. Chances are, if you’re rding this blog, you won’t be afraid of running some Terminal commands in your Mac in order to complete the .If that’s indeed your cup of t, we suggest you gohave a look at Kehrer’s tutorial. It’s clrly explained and well illustrated. You should be up and running in a few minutes.For those of you who might not know about Plex, it is a media player that allows you to manage and play , photos, music, and podcasts from a local or remote computer running Plex Media Server.What’s interesting with PlexConnect is that your doesn’t need to be jail. Given the fact there is no jailbrk for the latest version of the , it would be grt to see more of these flourish.Theofficial Plex companion apphas been in the App Store for quite a while. If you’re using Plex, you might as well use the app too.

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