Posts by sweetthdevil

    Hello all,


    I am about to buy a new tv for the bedroom, and looking at options to run Kodi on it as well. The two options I am thinking of at the moment are:


    1) Amazon Firestick 4K - however, I am not sure that relying on wifi to read the files stored on the NAS will be the best option.

    2) Raspberry Pi 4b - would be ideal from what I read on the Kodi forum and will be connected through Gigabit, however, with LibreELEC installed would I be able to control the Pi with the tv remote? (I currently can with LibreELEC installed on a Wetek Hub). And the most important for me, would I be able to start the Pi from the TV remote?

    Hello,


    New user on a wetek hub and loving it - much faster, thank you for the hard work!


    I had an issue with the previous version due to Kodi being set originally as 4k display, the screen was black and had to lower the resolution down to 1080p. Is it resolve with this update?

    Hi,


    Sorted! After a bit of digging around the web, it's an issue with video resolution. I have a 4K TV and I had to change the resolution on the 8.2.5 to 1290p then upgrade to version 9.0.1.


    Now it works like a charm and I can watch my 4K show on my NAS without buffering or shuttering!

    Hello there,


    Installed LibreElec on a mscard - booted the Wetek Hub and got connected through SSH. Realised I didn't installed the latest version, so wget the latest 9.0.1 and rebooted as per wiki.


    Rebooted fine, copied my advancedsettings.xml passwords.xml sources.xml mediasources.xml from my archlinux computer as I am sharing a msql database, make sure the file permission were matched to what it was before.


    Now the hub boot up, but the screen remain black, see kodi log below. Seems there are errors connecting to the NAS (where the files and the mysql database is located)


    Kodi.log attached

    koid.log



    Any help would be appreciated

    Right, so I wanted to test libreelec prior to install it on the Nand, so I downloaded the tool and the IMG and ran the tool to create a bootable USB (on a Archlinux system)


    Plugged in the USB stick and booted the Hub. The Hub booted normally on Android. The Hub is up to date, so not sure what else need to be done?

    Hello all,


    I have been searching your website/wiki and the Wetek forum but was unable to find a guide or details on how to proceed.


    I have a Wetek Hub running Android and wanted to move to LibreElec as I find the Android rather slow and was reading that the LibreElec was much faster and better to handle Kodi, and as I only use the Hub to play my media files then there is no point of having Android.


    Anyway, wanted to know how to install LibreElec on the internal memory (do not need/want dual-boot, and do not have a SD card). And also wanted to know if I ever wanted to revert back to the Android on the hub if it was possible?


    Thank you for your time, and apologies if I missed the information on the website.