I've tried deleting and reinstalling the application.
After re-entering my Plex credentials I get the same behaviour.
I have set plex to "Update my library automatically - Your library will be updated automatically when changes to library folders are detected" Any help would be greatly appreciated as currently it scans the media folders for about 30 minutes and then finally finds the new file at the end of the scan.
In the last 24 hours my Recently Added section on i OS clients has stopped updating.
I know now, that once you hop back into a season, infuse suggests the next episode by preselecting it. I recently watched 2 episodes of The Big Bang Theory and expected them to be markes as watched afterwards.
Since there is no indicator, I checked back on the page. So the information of this episode being watched never made it way back to trakt.
The changes between Alpha 3 and Beta 2 are mainly limited to minor fixes and under the hood improvements, so for this second beta, we’ll instead take some time to review a few of the really visible changes in Kodi 17.
XBMC does not only work with the background info or synopsis of a movie or TV Series/Episode, it also remembers which ones you have seen, and even where in a movie you stopped – so that at a later time you can resume where you left of. the XBMC in my living-room is not sharing this the XBMC in my bedroom – and this is where My SQL comes in play.My Plex Web interface at for the server will show everything that has been recently updated.When connecting on an i OS device the Recently Added section is missing new entries made overnight as well as entries created as the result of fixing some misnamed episodes (due to a pointless tvdb change).My SQL is a freely available, yet powerful database engine intended for server use – you wouldn’t know, but the majority of webservers actually utilize My SQL to run their dynamic content.Recent changes in XBMC make it possible to use My SQL for storing information that can be shared amongst several other XBMC setups in your house.