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Author: Wyrm
Website: link
Type: Skin

License: ASL v2.0
Source: Source code
Summary: A family friendly remake of CHI3f's xTV skin
Home icon grey.png   ▶ Add-ons ▶ xTV-SAF
Attention talk.png Need help with this add-on? See here.

xTV-SAF is a AppleTV inspired skin for XBMC. It provides a very light weight minimalist gui while also allowing access to a number of advanced XBMC features not available in the original AppleTV interface.

1 Installing

To install this add-on you must do so from the Add-on manager from within Kodi by going to

  1. The home screen
  2. Add-ons
  3. Download
  4. Look and feel (v16 and higher)
  5. Skins
  6. XTV-SAF
  7. Install

2 Required add-ons

To get the most out of xTV-SAF the following add-ons are required. These add-ons should be installed automatically when you install the skin. If they are not, please install manually using the links below. Certain skin features will not be available if one or more of these add-ons are not installed on your system.

3 Supported add-ons

The following add-ons are not required but the skin does have support built-in. You will need to install these manually through XBMC's Add-on Browser.

4 Special skin features

5 Screenshots

6 FAQ's

I can't find the skins settings menu when running XBMC Frodo, where has it gone?

Settings menu is now accessed from the Appearance setting menu on the line just under where you change to a different skin. Most skins now access their settings menu from this location.

How can I add custom menu's to the skin's Home screen?

Navigate to the item that you want to add to the Home screen and make it a favourite via the context menu. Then head over to the skin's setting menu and select the "Custom Favourites" menu. From there select which menu heading you wish to place menu item under and select a empty favourite slot and follow the prompts.

This FAQ is a bit light on, where can I get my questions answered?

Head over to the skins forum thread and ask there, who knows it may in time become one of these FAQ's