[8.0.2c] LibreELEC 8.0 builds for KIII Pro (S912)


  • Start with clean installation Burn image on SD card. Install tvheadend42 and pvr.hts from LibreELEC repository. Don't create any new user/password. You don't need it. Default user '*' with no password is enough.

  • Start with clean installation Burn image on SD card. Install tvheadend42 and pvr.hts from LibreELEC repository. Don't create any new user/password. You don't need it. Default user '*' with no password is enough.


    Thanks again,


    I'll do it and then I'll post the results


  • That should be fine. Next you need to set the password so next to the tab where you created the user click the Passwords tab and click Add, then enter UserTV and the password. Then enter the same username and password in the TVH client in Kodi Add ons. That should do it

  • That should be fine. Next you need to set the password so next to the tab where you created the user click the Passwords tab and click Add, then enter UserTV and the password. Then enter the same username and password in the TVH client in Kodi Add ons. That should do it


    Where is this configuration?

  • Update in #1.
    I relaxed late frame processing to avoid accidental frame deleting from decoder queue causing playback stuttering.
    Fix in chapter skipping to avoid double seeking.

  • afl1 If you don't mind please keep updating your GitHub with the latest patches. I noticed that after Nougat kernel imports decoder performance degraded and I'd like to try you improvements. :)

  • Finally it works!!!!!


    But I don't know what I've changed to work. Initially it didn't work :s


    Thank you again

    Edited once, last by Burrunba ().


  • afl1 If you don't mind please keep updating your GitHub with the latest patches. I noticed that after Nougat kernel imports decoder performance degraded and I'd like to try you improvements. :)


    Ok. I'll do it.

  • This build has all feature from parent(kszaq) 8.0.1b, also HDMI-CEC support.
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    Update in #1.
    I only compiled new version under parent kszaq's version as I have a bike camp in Croatia this week.


    Updated to 8.0.1i without problems. Thanks again for your work.


    Can I disable some HDMI-CEC options? It's OK to manage the options with the cursors but when I power off the KIII Pro the TV is off to and I don't want to do this. In Android is posible to disable this feature in HDMI-CEC options.

  • Updated to 8.0.1i without problems. Thanks again for your work.


    Can I disable some HDMI-CEC options? It's OK to manage the options with the cursors but when I power off the KIII Pro the TV is off to and I don't want to do this. In Android is posible to disable this feature in HDMI-CEC options.


    In Settings->System->Input->Peripherals you can configure CEC Adapter.

  • This release works very well.


    I want to install to the NAND to gain speed. Will it work the "installtonand" script? If so, how can I copy all the settings to then NAND too?


    Thanks again


  • This release works very well.


    I want to install to the NAND to gain speed. Will it work the "installtonand" script? If so, how can I copy all the settings to then NAND too?


    Thanks again


    Yes, you can use installtonand, it'll ask you for for copy settings.

  • Another question about this firmware.


    I have a Xiaomi Gamepad.I've tried to synchronize but LE doesn't see it in bluetooth devices. Can it be a problem with an old Linux kernel?


    Thanks again afl1 for your great work


  • Another question about this firmware.


    I have a Xiaomi Gamepad.I've tried to synchronize but LE doesn't see it in bluetooth devices. Can it be a problem with an old Linux kernel?


    Thanks again afl1 for your great work


    Have you allowed BT adapter in Settings->LibreELEC ->Services->Bluetooth?

  • The Xiaomi Gamepad works fine with my Wetek Hub.

    Wetek Hub: LibreElec 8.2.3.1 (Philips 42PFL8404)
    MK808B+: LibreElec 7.0.2.7 (Samsung UE55H6270)
    OTT MXQ Pro 4k (S905): LibreElec 7.0.3.12k (Denon X1200W, 7.1, LG PF1500G)
    AKASO HM8 (S905X): CoreElec 9.0 dev build, Acer Revo 3610: Milhouse test

  • Update #1. Fix for lipsync issue introduced in 8.0.1i. Channel switching is little bit slower for fix this issue.