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    kodi v 17 does not want to load up?

    Has anyone else had trouble jumping from V 16 to 17 (April) in as much as I have followed all instructions which work fine, it downloads perfectly but on the extraction point it will only extract up to 27% and then it just stops and asks me to switch off the device. This message should only appear after it extracts the whole download after it reads 100% NOT 27%? Has anyone else seen this happen? Thanks Guys.
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    You would need to delete your hidden (.kodi) folder and relaunch Kodi 17


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    Is this hard to do ans are there any instructions on here that I can follow to find this hiden folder please?
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    It should be on your Hdd, you should find it using something like Filezilla and force showing hidden files in filezilla settings. Alternatively if you have or can install dream-explorer from plugins/extensions you can find and delete the kodi folder using that.

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