Thanks for your excellent work to integrate other forks.
Yes, it does work on M8S -> S812 + 2Gb ram + 8gb emmc on android 5.1.1
I followed Post # 11. First time used SD card + toothpick.
Then used USB as primary boot ->burned same way as SDcard but used USB.
used-> S6KtL-SVuHcLq -> SD_USB
Following things works:
can be boot from USB or from SD card. Both worked.
ethernet, wifi (ap6330)(both 2.4 & 5), bluetooth - all out of box
remote - config file have to add in folder. Also, remote config file have to edit -> back button, home button & volume up button to be re-configure.
Does not work:
Shut down, sleep -> do not work -> HDMI off. blue light remains on. Some times - all off & then in 1 second, blue light on but HDMI off. To start M8S, unplug power & plug again.
Boot to nand - works & boots to android. In android - if I keep USB in & press reboot - boots directly to LibreELEC.
Test video - all worked. Not tested fully ....in progress...will test more formats/codecs & edit afterwards.
Test audio works - not all checked all format/codecs...will test & edit afterwards.
Makaa, how did you succeed to activate multiboot, for god's sake? I have M8S+ which is mostly the same box but with 1000Mb network card and no chance to succeed with any of the images, rufus, win32 disk imager, I even tried with 2 different SD cards.
How do you know that you activated multiboot? Actually, it doesn't matter... I have kerber's Libreelec which is working fine, except you have to replug it every time you shut down box, but the rest is fine.
I give up, but would like to know what you've used to produce bootable sd card...