FireCore has recently released a major update for its aTV Flash (black) jailbreak software for second generation Apple TVs.

As outlined by FireCore in the release notes for the update, changes made include:

  • Added support for .IMG files
  • Added option to mark specific folders as grid or list view
  • Added subtitle position setting
  • Added support for larger thumbnail images
  • Added support for UTF-8 paths in DVD files
  • Added web page auto-loading feature
  • Added screen position setting in Couch Surfer
  • Added show/hide menus option
  • Improved audio synchronization in DVD and AVI files
  • Improved metadata fetching logic
  • Improved filenames parsing logic
  • Improved playlist logic that marks files as watched
  • Improved buffering performance
  • Improved ISO files handling (resolved network error warning)
  • Improved error handling for DVD files
  • Improved growl notifications display logic for audio files
  • Improved warning messages for unplayable files
  • Improved grid view stability
  • Improved fanart loading
  • Improved memory management
  • Improved installation routin
  • Improved installer device detection
  • Resolved issues with long DNS names
  • Resolved issue with extra period appearing at the end of some DNS names
  • Resolved crash observed when audio subsystem could not be initialized
  • Resolved issues with chapter handliing logic
  • Minor UI improvements
  • Many other miscellaneous fixes

Talk about a major update!

You can grab aTV Flash (black) from FireCore’s website, where it’s currently available for $29.95. If you’re already using aTV Flash, let us know your thoughts on the latest version in the comments.

[via iDownloadBlog]