*Note that Max2Play uses NetBIOS for name resolution. No matter which OS are you using on your desktop/laptop you should be able to resolve http://max2play without the need of any extra software.
Section 3 – Configure WiFi
Despite connecting your Raspberry Pi via the Ethernet interface is fairly straight forward, WiFi might in fact be more practical and certainly a near necessity if you are going to use a Raspberry Pi Zero*.
Step 1 – Under “WiFi/LAN” menu click on “Load WiFi interface”, provide the SSID and WPA key then click on “Save all settings”. If you are unsure about the name of your network, use “start scan” to choose your SSID from the drop-down list “List of available networks”.
Step 2 – Save the settings and verify that your card is now active and has received an IP. You can now unplug the Ethernet interface from your Raspberry Pi.
*In the case you would like to use a Raspberry Pi Zero the best thing would be to configure your WiFi settings on a standard Raspberry Pi and then move the SD card onto your Raspberry Pi Zero to continue the configuration.
Section 4 – Configure Kodi
Step 1 – Under the Kodi/XBMC tab click on “start Kodi (Video)”. Kodi will start on the monitor connected to your Raspberry Pi.
Note: Make sure to check the “Autostart Kodi (Video) checkbox and click on “save” if you want to automatically start Kodi at every reboot of your system.
Step 2 – Move to the “Raspberry Settings” tab and verify that the card selected in the drop-down list is the correct one. Change it in case it isn’t and hit “save”.
Step 3 – On the same page scroll down and check “Disable Build-In-Audio on RPI3” then click “save”.
Step 4 – Note that a reboot is required. Click on “Settings / Reboot”.
Step 5 – Then click on “Reboot” and wait for Kodi to appear on the monitor connected to the Raspberry Pi.
Step 6 – On the monitor connected to the Raspberry Pi select “SYSTEM” then “Settings”.
Step 7 – Select “System”.
Step 8 – Select “Audio output” and then “Audio output device”.
Step 9 – Choose the ALSA device with the JustBoom name. e.g. snd_rpi_justboom_dac Analog
Kodi is now configured.
Go back to the main menu and enjoy your media on Kodi with your JustBoom card.