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[ LibreELEC v9.2 (LTS) community builds for some Amlogic S805/S8X2 and S905x/S912 devices ]

How to create bootable media, boot, install to eMMC/NAND and update

Create bootable media (SD card or USB flash drive*):
To create bootable media you need to download the LibreELEC-AML USB-SD Creator tool.
Select the file you want to download and click the 'Download' button, or click the
'Select file' button and browse the previously downloaded "img.gz" disk image.

* Only the S905/S912 can boot from USB devices, the S805 and S8X2 devices can
only be booted from an SD card.

Boot LibreELEC from your previously prepared bootable media:
If you want to boot the device from your bootable media, you need to perform
the toothpick method first: Disconnect the power plug, insert the prepared boot
media, and then press and hold the reset button*. Reconnect the power jack while
holding down the reset button, then release it after about 3-5 seconds**.

* The reset button on MXQ and M8S+ is located behind the A/V connector, but on
the Mecool and WeTek devices, the reset button is located behind the hole on the
bottom of the device.
** If the Android recovery menu appeared, you pressed the button for too long.

Install image from bootable media to internal NAND/eMMC (For non-WeTek devices only):
If you want to install the image into the internal memory, you need to log in to the
device via SSH* and run the 'installtointernal' command.

* The default password for the root user is 'libreelec'.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: It will completely overwrite the installed OS (e.g. Android),
so it will no longer be possible to boot that system!

WeTek NAND Installation Guide:
Download the NAND installation zip file, extract it, and copy the contents
of the file to the root folder of an FAT32-formatted SD card. Disconnect the
power cord from the WeTek device, insert the prepared SD card, and plug in
the power jack while pressing the reset button through the toothpick-sized
hole in the bottom panel. You need to hold the button about 8-10 seconds
until the LibreELEC installation begins.

Install an update package:
To install the update, you need to download, and then copy the update file (tar)
to the Update folder via SMB, and then restart the device. The update process will
start automatically after the restart.

Source files:


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