Front Row Enabler – Run Front Row on Unsupported Macs

Nov 29, 2006 - 4 Comments

Does your Mac not support Front Row? Have you been drooling green in envy as your friends flip through their media collections? Drool no more, there is a solution to get Front Row running on your Mac! Front Row Enabler is a simple app that patches Mac OS X and allows the installation of Front Row on technically unsupported Macs.



The process is a little bit involved, but follow the instructions and you should have no problem getting Front Row up and running.. Before you get started, be sure to have Mac OS X 10.4.8 installed, iTunes 6 and iPhoto 6 (or later), and you need to download a few things.

Download Front Row Enabler 1.3.5
Download Front Row 1.3

For the installation instructions, visit the creator of Front Row Enabler’s tutorial:

Andrew Escobar’s How-To.

PS: For another (supposedly easier) way, there is a ‘cracked’ version of FrontRow.app available for download via Torrent. This version apparently runs on versions of Mac OS X prior to 10.4.8 – it is untested and unsupported, use at your own risk!

Find it here…

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  1. Drew says:

    I tried this out, but when I downloaded Enabler and tried to open the disk image, I got a message telling me that the image failed to mount. Any suggestions?

  2. EddieWOW says:

    The .dmg file was probably corrupted, try downloading it again maybe with a different browser. Worked fine for me in Safari.

  3. Drew says:

    Excellent! For some reason the file kept downloading as a .b2z (or whatever) earlier, but this time it worked fine. Thanks.

  4. Sarah says:

    What you downloaded was a bz2 file. bz2 is a form of compression utility. If for some reason you can not open the file again, next time try opening the terminal and running “bunzip2 filename”

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