I am trying to configure Kodi on a Pi using Max2Play via WiFi only. I cannot get the system to see my network. I have connected Max2Play to my network and it updates, so I know that isn’t the problem. But when I start Kodi and attempt to connect to the LAN, it is not seen, I can only see ‚MAX2PLAY‘.
I am not sure what exactly your issue is. Kodi should be accessible and controllable even without any network. If you are connected to a screen via HDMI on boot, you can start Kodi right away and navigate using any USB periphery, like mouse, keyboard, etc.
What is your setup and what are you trying to achieve?
Sorry, perhaps I was not clear.
Yes, Kodi runs and I can control it. But when I attempt to ass my NAS, the network name does not appear, and I cannot access via IP for some reason.
I have added my NAS manually to the Max2Play SMB shares (ip/mnt=movies/connect-string) and they are accepted. But they don’t appear in Kodi, either.
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