Hi ushilives, you can install on NAND in many ways:
- use rkdevelop tool (hard)
- dd from a working libreelec (medium)
- use the great multitool from armbian port (easy)
Installing on NAND should make the boot a bit faster, but the major issue is that in order to update the image you need to upload it manually via ssh (or burn again).
This is because I didn't setup yet an update site for my builds.
p.s.obviusly, if you install libreelec on NAND, you will lost the stock firmware of your box.
OK thanks. For now i will use a micro sd card just in case. Is the builds from 6th Jan this year the best to use?
after some time I started working on my libreelec-9.2 fork again.
- updated some packages to allow build on more modern systems
- return to working u-boot version
- fix repository addons
- added Hauppauge WinTV-SoloHD dvb receiver
this time I've built and shared all the images for the boxes in the first post, but keep in mind that I've only one
thanks again to knaerzche for creating this project.
I have an old Mars V88 android box. How do you install to NAND? Is there a benefit using NAND than running Libreelec from micro SD?