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As detailed in https://github.com/xbmc/xbmc/pull/13051, Kodi v18 changes the way album genres are handled, as the genre (by which i mean `genreId`) ceases to be available at the album level, being only available at the songs level.
This impacts Kore because `GetAlbums` and `GetAlbumDetails` won't return the `genreId` tag, from which the local AlbumGenres table was populated.

This PR changes the source of the local AlbumGenres table to be the `genreId` returned at the song level (by `GetSongs`), to make it somewhat more consistent with the way Kodi will handle things from now on.
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Kore - Kodi/XBMC remote for Android

GitHub repository for the Kore Android app.

Kore is the official remote for Kodi, and aims to be a simple and easy to use remote.


  1. Make sure you have a working Android build system;
  2. The version of Android SDK and Build Tools needed is specified in app/build.gradle. Make sure you have them installed;
  3. Install the version of Android support library that is specified in app/gradle (dependencies section);
  4. Git pull
  5. Gradle should be able to fetch all the other needed libraries.


  1. Make sure you are able to build Kore as described in the previous section.
  2. To run the local tests see README
  3. To run the instrumented tests see README

We currently use travis-ci to automatically build and run the local tests for each pull request.


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Copyright 2017 XBMC Foundation

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