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LibreELEC USB-SD Creator v1.3

LibreELEC USB-SD Creator v1.3 is released with support for Brazilian Portuguese and Chinese localisations and minor improvements to existing translations. It also adds audible feedback on completion of image download and image writing, and corrects visual sorting for releases with x.x.x.x numbering. The Asturian localisation has been tweaked to show an Asturian (not Spanish) flag icon. If you would like to see a localisation added in a future release please visit the LibreELEC team page on Transifex to request it and contribute the translated text strings. Requesting a new localisation does not automatically translate it! NB: Transifex currently shows missing and incomplete...

LibreELEC (Krypton) v8.0.2.1 for WeTek Hub

LibreELEC (Krypton) v8.0.2.1 is a limited release for the WeTek Hub with firmware and drivers for a new WLAN chip used in the latest batch/revision of WeTek Hub hardware. There are no other feature or function changes since the v8.0.2 release. This change will roll-up into LibreELEC 8.2 scheduled for a July/August release. LibreELEC-WeTek_Hub.aarch64-8.0.2.1.tar (info) LibreELEC-WeTek_Hub.aarch64-8.0.2.1.img.gz (info) The v8.0.2.1 release will be pushed via auto-update in 24h so new-hardware Hub owners with v8.0.2 can make full use of their hardware. If you have older Hub hardware it is not an essential update. If you experience an issue with this release please report...

LibreELEC (Krypton) v8.0.2 MR

LibreELEC (Krypton) v8.0.2 MR brings an update to Kodi v17.3, improved support for Intel WIFI and Bluetooth devices, performance enhancements to HEVC support on Raspberry Pi, and minor nip/tuck fixes for user-reported issues since v8.0.1. Kodi v17.3 addresses a notable subtitle (zip file) handling vulnerability that has been widely reported in the media. Changes since 8.0.1 include: Fix for zero byte AddonsXX.db files Fix for connman failing to enable ip_forwarding when using the hotspot feature Fix for minimum Audio Engine sample rate in Kodi (allows forced 48KHz) Fix for suspend issues with CX231xx DVB devices Fix for unreliable 1000-BaseT Ethernet on iMX6...

LibreELEC (Krypton) v8.0.1 MR

LibreELEC (Krypton) v8.0.1 MR is available bringing Kodi v17.1, hardware support for the Raspberry Pi Zero W, improved software HEVC decoding on RPi3/CM3 hardware, driver support for Fe Pi audio cards, and support for Cirrus Logic DAC audio cards (thanks to @HiassofT). The bump to Kodi v17.1 resolves several upgrade and user-experience issues we have seen with the initial Kodi v17.0 release, and happiness is enhanced for users wearing an official LibreELEC tee-shirt or hoodie. Changes since 8.0.0 include: Fix missing support for lirc_xbox driver Fix gpio-ir-recv issues on iMX6 Fix (experimental) to correct audio delay issues when using Bluetooth speakers Fix filesystem...

Happy 1st Birthday!

It’s our 1st Birthday, and instead of telling you how much fun it’s been to create a huge community around the project and reach 178,000 active installs, or talk about code and developers, we’re going to focus on two birthday essentials: looking cool, and cake! LOOKING COOL Today we are launching the official LibreELEC apparel store. Purchasing a LibreELEC tee-shirt or hoodie allows you to support us (all profits go to the project) and look great at the same time. Whether you need to stand out in a crowd or impress small children, the LibreELEC apparel store has you covered! “any colour you like, as...

LibreELEC (Krypton) v8.0.0.1 for Pi Zero W

UPDATE (26/5): Please use LibreELEC 8.0.2 instead of this temporary release. LibreELEC (Krypton) v8.0.0.1 is a limited release for the new Raspberry Pi Zero W built with Kodi v17.1-RC1 and updated firmware/drivers for the Pi Zero W WiFi and Bluetooth devices. This release allows Pi Zero W users to install LibreELEC and experiment before formal support for the Pi Zero W arrives in LibreELEC v8.0.1, which we expect to ship after Kodi v17.1 is released. LibreELEC-RPi.arm-8.0.0.1.img.gz (info) To install LibreELEC on a new Pi Zero W download the .img.gz file linked above and use the LibreELEC USB/SD Creator app to create...