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CoreELEC is a ‘Just enough OS’ Linux distribution based on Kodi1 technology for popular Amlogic hardware.

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CoreELEC 19.2-Matrix (October 8th, 2021)

CoreELEC 19.2-Matrix is now available. It was a rather short development cycle this time around, which saw the CoreELEC developers focusing on fixing the most common issues reported with the 19.1-Matrix release.

Changes Since 19.1-Matrix

  • Added support for Banana Pi M5 and Banana Pi M2 Pro
  • Added full support of Widevine 4.10.2252.0
  • Worked on gxl_p212_1g, gxl_p231_1g, gxl_p231_2g, gxl_p241_1g and gxl_p281_1g to get more devices booting on project Amlogic-ng
  • Fixed interlace/progressive info in PlayerDebug
  • Fixed “Delay after change of refresh rate” that was broken in 19.1
  • Fixed GLIBC to support Widevine 4.10.2252.0
  • Added support for HDR10 and HLG for the VP9 format (YouTube)
  • Fixed HDR → SDR functionality
  • Fixed possible black screen after vendor logo
  • Added support for Radxa Zero
  • Added support for Ugoos AM6B
  • Implemented Wifi driver BCM4354
  • Fixed Python3 platform information
  • Implemented RTL8821A revision C Bluetooth device

Downloads:

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Install Guide

  • Download

    Visit our Download Helper and select the image file (.img.gz) for your device.

  • Prepare your SD card

    Burn the downloaded image to an SD card using your favorite tool (Rufus recommended).

  • Copy device tree

    Search for the right device tree, copy it from the "device_trees" folder to the root of your SD card and rename it to "dtb.img".

Download

Please choose which version you would like to install.

The recommended installation for your living room is the latest stable version.
If you are brave enough and would like to test the newest developments,
you could pick the latest nightly version.

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1  Kodi® is a registered trademark of XBMC Foundation.