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LibreELEC is a Linux-based operating system to play multimedia contents with Kodi. You can now create your own autorun USB with this tool on board


Create your own LibreELEC version on a pendrive or SD card

January 14, 2019
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LibreELEC is an operating system based on OpenELEC, the Linux distribution that in turn is based on Kodi and is aimed at playing multimedia contents without consuming too many resources, by running it straight from a flash memory unit.

Make the most of an operating system focused on multimedia playback

For the development of this operating system, its creators took into account the possibility to use it on embedded devices of the likes of Raspberry Pi and its subsequent versions 2 and 3. With this tool you can download from Malavida, you yourself can create a USB stick or an SD card with the version of the operating system that you need depending on your device.

This is the list of devices that LibreELEC is compatible with:

  • Raspberry Pi Zero.
  • Raspberry Pi 1.
  • Raspberry Pi 2.
  • Raspberry Pi 3.
  • Cualquier HTPC x86 (64 bits) with Intel, AMD or NVIDIA GPU.
  • Any HTPC with an Amlogic processor.
  • ODROID C2.
  • WeTek Core.
  • WeTek Hub.
  • WeTek Play.
  • WeTek Play 2.

With this tool, you can easily create on Windows your own autorun file to open Kodi and enjoy all the functions and features of one of the best media centers out there.

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