I use coreftp lite, from a win 10 pc, to access my files on my devices
Can you get Libreelec to boot, run from usb or sd?
If it does use that, if you are adamant you want to install to internal, then try at your own risk
I have installed to internal on two different devices & cannot see any difference.
You could try using coreelec, but "installtointernal" is not supported, I say again, it is not supported.
You need to download & install the installer from LibreELEC Downloads – LibreELEC
on the same page download the generic image, Leia, *.img.gz
Use the creator to burn to a usb stick.
Insert usb, boot from it, then choose which hard drive/ or second usb you want to install it too
It will tell you to remove the installer usb, then on reboot, it should reboot to the drive you installed too
Follow the wizard, for the initial install, use a usb keyboard or remote
@2MuchTV try using Coreelec. How to install CoreELEC - Guides - CoreELEC Forums
Basically, download the image,use rufus to burn to a microsd card, after creating, you will see the device tree folder, select the correct one for your device, rename to dtb.img
hold in the reset button while plugging in power lead etc see Coreelec for more info.
I have read through the rules I agreed to during registration, and found nothing of this sort. Please show me the part that says so.
The repositories I installed all contain addons with legal content that I intend to use. And I do not use any of them for illegal purposes.
Saying that a repo itself is "banned" or alike, because it is possible to use it for video piracy, would mean that LibreElec itself would have to be treated the same way. It is possible to use any device for illegal stuff, but I don't do this, so I do not see the point in removing anything (unless you can actually show me the forum rule that states otherwise).
you are fighting a losing battle, either get rid of them, or get no more help. The choice is yours
I would try a fresh install of the latest stable leia build to a new memory card
It would help if you say which addons,
Can you play movies from usb?
I don't use MySQL, I copy movies to an external drive, scan, & when I go away, I don't have internet, but the thumbs are there. You could try having the movies in individual folders.
Another option, ember media manager? or thumbgen
Perhaps, you need to ditch MySQL
Or perhaps post this in the Kodi forum.
PS I am not a developer. I am a West Ham supporter.
i don't know what you want to do exactly, but I installed coreftp lite on my win 10 pc & can copy files etc back & forth
gparted on can be booted from usb on a pc, but I don't know if it will boot up on an amlogic device.
I have no idea about modifying the internal partitions
If I were you, I would create a new image on a sd or usb, that could be why it sometimes boots to android, because the sd is corrupt.
you might then be able to install to internal, but I don't think this is supported.
try freaktab for the original firmware, or even a custom one
Is there a ready-made Kodi image with uploaded repositories and all add-ons like: movies, music, weather, IPTV, netflix, subtitles and other necessary to view videos somewhere? If someone has such a ready image to be able to upload eg. For a micro SD 16 GB or 32 GB card, please send me a link.
I will use the mentioned program on Raspberry Pi 3 Model B +.
you ARE a beginner, because otherwise you would know talking about builds etc is not allowed. Kodi, is for viewing your legally owned videos.
2 there are other pvrs ie next pvr mosaic
But you need a server, I only know that you can install tvh server & client on the same device