Status of NanoPC-T4 (RK3399)

  • 5. Add Index of / as installation path in the file manager.

    6. install the ZIP repository.emby.kodi-1.0.6.zip via Add-Ons.

    I tested another installation option, I did not use the 5 and 6 step. I don't add third-party repositories. Immediately chose the search for addon EMBY and put the found versions with dependencies (they will be correct, because collected with a new version of KODI and Python3). Everything is installed without errors.

  • Immediately chose the search for addon EMBY and put the found versions with dependencies

    With me he finds only EMBYCON and not EMBY, these are different AddOns.

    But maybe under KODI 19 EMBY is now in an official repo.

    I'll test it again tomorrow and tell you.


    Many thanks balbes150

    NanoPC-T4 with LibreELEC, EMBY and TVHeadend Client, 9.2.0
    Odroid-N2 with CoreELEC, EMBY and TVHeadend Client, 9.2.1

    NAS with EMBY Server, TVHeadend Server

  • I would avoid them.

    That's right, for those who do not know how to configure this system, it is not necessary to use it.



    PS I have already received the necessary information from experienced M4 users with confirmation that they, with the correct setup, everything works.

  • So is there not a .img file lIBREeLEC for the M4 that is all complete and tested that is 9 yet? The one on Rockchip – LibreELEC PINE64 RockPro64


    LibreELEC-RK3399.arm-9.2.0-rockpro64.img.gz won't load. I don't know why.


    The legacy one PINE64 RockPro64 LibreELEC-RK3399.arm-8.90.015-rockpro64.img.gz works fine.


    Any ideas? I don't know what (if any) benefit the 9 has over that 8 that the M4 would benefit from.


    Friendly Arm has downloads here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1nfyaz8mnfjuoxtk6gzpxvhyrdyqktjfc


    But I don't find any that are the LibreElec? Anyone know the right one to load?


    Thank you.


    Edited once, last by Mario.D ().

  • So is there not a .img file lIBREeLEC for the M4 that is all complete and tested that is 9 yet? The one on Rockchip – LibreELEC PINE64 RockPro64


    LibreELEC-RK3399.arm-9.2.0-rockpro64.img.gz won't load. I don't know why.


    The legacy one PINE64 RockPro64 LibreELEC-RK3399.arm-8.90.015-rockpro64.img.gz works fine.

    This image is for another model. Its launch before (without additional settings), you can consider a lucky coincidence. You can try changing the settings and check the startup to M4.



    But I don't find any that are the LibreElec? Anyone know the right one to load?

    There are several options for LE images that you may be able to run on try your M4. See this topic, earlier posts. There is information on how to configure and verify the launch of LE on the T4 (this principle is suitable for tuning and M4). There is no guarantee that this will work for you.

  • This image is for another model. Its launch before (without additional settings), you can consider a lucky coincidence. You can try changing the settings and check the startup to M4.



    There are several options for LE images that you may be able to run on try your M4. See this topic, earlier posts. There is information on how to configure and verify the launch of LE on the T4 (this principle is suitable for tuning and M4). There is no guarantee that this will work for you.

    Ok. I will just use the 8 then. Thank you.

  • Ok. I guess it's not that complicated. I installed 9.2.0 (official) on nano Pi M4. Just needed to find the right version.


    I used: LibreELEC-RK3399.arm-9.2.0-rockpro64.img from LibreElec and any current rk3399-rockpro64.dtb to fix the WiFi appears to work.


    Thanks.

    Edited once, last by Mario.D ().

  • This thread had links to a version for Kodi 18 that seemed stable on the NanoPC-T4. All of those links are now broken... What's the latest KODI 18 image that is recommended for use?

  • This thread had links to a version for Kodi 18 that seemed stable on the NanoPC-T4. All of those links are now broken... What's the latest KODI 18 image that is recommended for use?

    I use the RockPro64 image from here Rockchip – LibreELEC with dtb from balbes150 to enable BT, Ethernet & WiFi.