Raspberry Pi Kodi Image Download

To create bootable USB or SD Card installation media for any LibreELEC supported platform please download the “LibreELEC USB-SD Creator” app and run it with administrator rights:

  1. Raspbian
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Download Raspberry Pi Imager for your operating system from the list near the top of this page. Click “CHOOSE OS” and select “Misc utility images” then “Pi 4 EEPROM boot recovery”. Insert an SD card, click “CHOOSE SD CARD”, select the card you have inserted, then click “WRITE”. Download Raspberry Pi Imager for your operating system from the list near the top of this page. Click “CHOOSE OS” and select “Misc utility images” then “Pi 4 EEPROM boot recovery”. Insert an SD card, click “CHOOSE SD CARD”, select the card you have inserted, then click “WRITE”. Step 2: Download the right disc image. LibreELEC’s app makes this process very simple. When you open the creator app, you’ll see four colorful steps. We’re dealing with steps one and two here: select the right version for your Raspberry Pi and then hit “download.” The app will download the right disc image for you. Foolproof, right? Operating system images. Many operating systems are available for Raspberry Pi, including Raspberry Pi OS, our official supported operating system, and operating systems from other organisations. Raspberry Pi Imager is the quick and easy way to install an operating system to a microSD card ready to use with your Raspberry Pi. The Raspberry Pi is an ARM powered, credit card sized computer. The low power computer is mass produced at very low prices and the high number of units sold gives it massive community support. There is a few installation options, check the 'How To' link for more information.

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SUPPORT & ASSISTANCE

The wiki team have created instructions for the app, and we have added a forum area where you can ask for support, provide feedback, and report issues.

DIRECT DOWNLOADS

For all other downloads (files to use with 3rd party SD creator tools, manual update files, NAND install files, noobs files, files to migrate you from OpenELEC, etc.) please select your hardware in the drop-list below:

Raspberry Pi v2 and v3 devices boot from SD card media. Use the links above to create an SD card that boots LibreELEC using our simple app for Windows, macOS and Linux.

Latest Release and Manual Update for LibreELEC (.img.gz)

To update an existing LibreELEC device transfer the manual update file over to /storage/.update/ or the “Updates” samba share before rebooting to start the update process. The same .img file is used for v2 and v3 devices. It can also be used to create SD cards using other SD card writing apps:

LibreELEC-RPi2.arm-8.2.5.img.gz (info)

The following YouTube video shows how to connect to samba shares:

Manual Update / Migration from OpenELEC (.tar)

Raspbian

LibreELEC update files are compatible with OpenELEC. To migrate transfer the manual update file over to /storage/.update/ or the “Updates” samba share before rebooting to start the update process. The same file is used for v2 and v3 devices:

LibreELEC-RPi2.arm-8.2.5.tar (info)

The following YouTube video shows the migration process:

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Raspberry Pi “noobs” Software (.tar)

To dual-boot LibreELEC with Raspian or other Raspberry Pi distributions on the same SD card use “noobs” software from the Raspberry Pi Foundation. To add LibreELEC to an existing noobs SD card download this file and unpack it to the /os folder on the SD card:

Raspberry Pi 4 Kodi Image Download

LibreELEC-RPi2.arm-8.2.5-noobs.tar (info)

You can also purchase high-quality SD cards pre-installed with noobs and LibreELEC from The Pi Hut who donate a percentage of each sale to the project:

Raspberry Pi Kodi Image Download Windows 7

ALPHA/BETA PREVIEW BUILDS

Raspberry Pi Kodi Image Downloads

LibreELEC preview builds contain Alpha/Beta code for hands-on testing. If you choose to run preview builds you must be willing to report issues via the forums and engage with the LibreELEC and Kodi developers in hunting bugs:

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