The WeTek Hub ships with Android installed to NAND memory. Before you can use LibreELEC the Hub must boot Android and run the WeUpdate application to install updates. Once this completes the Hub supports boot selection (SD card or NAND) using the power button on the remote control. Use the links above to create a bootable SD card using our simple app for Windows, macOS and Linux.
NOTE (25/6/2017): The USB/SD Creator app has a bug where the 126.96.36.199 release will not show as the ‘latest’ release. You must check ‘Show All’ to select it, or it will default to the 8.0.2 image.
Latest Release and Manual Update for LibreELEC (.img.gz)
To update an existing LibreELEC installation transfer the manual update file over to /storage/.update/ or the “Updates” samba share before rebooting to start the update process. This file can also be used to create SD cards using other SD card writing apps:
The following YouTube video shows how to connect to samba shares:
WeTek Hub new NAND install (.zip)
LibreELEC can be installed to internal NAND memory using the recovery boot process to overwrite the original shipping OS (Android). Download the NAND install zip file, unzip it, and copy the files inside over to the root folder of a FAT32 formatted SD card. Power off the WeTek Hub and insert the SD card, then Power on while holding the reset button on the toothpick sized hole on the side panel of the device in for 7-8 seconds until LibreELEC installation starts: