Raspberry Pi Model B
HDMI-CEC Yes
Wifi No
Ethernet Yes
Bluetooth No
Optical S/PDIF No
Infrared Reciever No
Audio
DTS-HD No
TrueHD No
Video
3D Yes

The first thing you do is download the latest stable build of OpenELEC for Raspberry Pi 1 or 2, located here.

Once it's downloaded, you'll need to uncompress the file that ends in .img.gz - This archive file contains the OpenELEC image.

Both Raspberry Pi 1 and 2 use our standard installation method described here: Installing OpenELEC

Raspberry Pi specific options are handled by the config.txt file

Please take a minute to go over our Raspberry Pi FAQ.

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The i.MX 6 series of applications processors unleashes a scalable multicore platform that includes single-, dual- and quad-core families based on the ARM® Cortex™-A9 architecture for next-generation consumer, industrial and automotive applications. By combining the power-efficient processing capabilities of the ARM Cortex-A9 architecture with bleeding edge 3D and 2D graphics, as well as high-definition video, the i.MX 6 series provides a new level of multimedia performance to enable an unbounded next-generation user experience.

Cubox-i4 Pro
HDMI-CEC Yes
Wifi Yes
Ethernet Yes
Bluetooth Yes
Optical S/PDIF Yes
Infrared Reciever Yes
Audio
DTS-HD Yes
TrueHD Yes
Video
3D Yes

The first thing you do is download the latest stable build of OpenELEC for I.MX6, located here.

Once it's downloaded, you'll need to uncompress the file that ends in .img.gz - This archive file contains the OpenELEC image.

I-MX6 use our standard installation method described here: Installing OpenELEC

Support for these devices is constantly improving

There are no immediate plans to support these boards.

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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).

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

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

Once it's downloaded, you'll need to uncompress the file that ends in .img.gz - This archive file contains the OpenELEC image.

Amlogic use our standard installation method described here: Installing OpenELEC

Support for these devices is constantly improving

There are no immediate plans to support these boards.