aTV Flash (Black) 1.7 Brings trakt.tv to Apple TV

aTV Flash (black)

FireCore has released a new v%rsion of aTV Flash (black) 1.7 for the jailbroken Apple TV 2G, which brings  seamless access to trakt.tv.

trakt.tv is a free service that automatically tracks the movies and TV shows you watch, and recommends related content.

FireCore has provided the following information on their blog:

With our trakt.tv integration on the Apple TV, watched movies and TV shows are automatically ‘scrobbled’ back to your trakt.tv profile. You will also have`the option to submit ratings for each video right from the Apple TV menu. Support for 2-way sync is also in the works, and will be available in a future version. 

In addition to the access to trakt.tv, aTV Flash (black) includes the following changes and improvements:

  • Added trakt.tv integration (scrobbling and ratings)
  • Added localized movie poster art
  • Added localized movie ratings
  • Added AirControl (beta) – an open control API for Apple TV
  • Added support for embedded DVB subtitles
  • Added advanced read-ahead buffering for SMB and NFS shares
  • Added Simplified Chinese translation
  • Added ‘Update All’ option
  • Added support for secure web logins
  • Improved metadata fetching speed
  • Improved video rotation detection for MOV files
  • Improved support for YUVJ420 & YUVJ422 formats (used by digital cameras)
  • Improved top-level menu layouts
  • Resolved crash when accessing ISO files on certain shares
  • Resolved potential streaming issues when using an unstable network
  • Resolved AFP related memory management issues
  • Other minor improvements & fixes

If you’ve already installed aTV Flash (black) then you can install the new version through the Maintenance –> Manage Extras menu.

Unfortunately, there is nothing exciting to report on the jailbreak for Apple TV 3:

the jailbreak for the 3rd gen Apple TV has proven to be a bit elusive up to this point. Work is still ongoing, and we’ll be sure to announce any developments as they become available.

We’ll let you know as soon as we have any further updates, so stay tuned at iPhone Hacks or follow us on FacebookTwitter and Google+ or subscribe to our RSS feed.

 

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