Amlogic

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20px   Platforms Amlogic
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WeTek Play
HDMI-CEC Yes
Wifi Yes
Ethernet Yes
Bluetooth Yes
Optical S/PDIF Yes
Infrared Reciever Yes
Audio
DTS-HD No
TrueHD No
Video
3D Yes


Amlogic also offers SoC products (S802, S805, and S812) specifically targeting Android TV boxes and OTT set-top boxes (which are variations of similar SoCs in the M series targeting tablets).

Things You'll Need

Mandatory

  • Device (WeTek Play)
  • SD Card (>512MB)
  • Power Adapter

Optional

  • Keyboard
  • Mouse
  • Remote
  • Ethernet Cable

The first thing you need to do is download the latest stable build of OpenELEC for Amlogic located here

Once it's downloaded, you'll have a file that ends in .img.gz - This file contains the OpenELEC image.

Installation


Supported Devices

Support for these devices is constantly improving

WeTek Play

WeTek Play is an ARM-based media player device that can currently run XBMC/Kodi on Linux. WeTek Play is also one of the first XBMC/Kodi based set-top-box devices that have support for integrated DVB TV-tuners, which are currently fully functional via plug-and-play under Linux in combination with Tvheadend PVR backend and its matching PVR client addon for XBMC/Kodi.

Unsupported Devices

There are no immediate plans to support these boards.

M8

MX2

MXQ

T8