Been using OpenELEC and LibreELEC for years on Intel and I’m excited and looking forward to testing CoreELEC on my new 4GB ODROID N2, eMMC 64GB.
My order was placed Friday evening and it was home waiting for me by the time I got out of work, Monday evening. So far, I have experienced nothing but great things with this box. Shipping was fast, putting it together was a breeze, and you guys could not have made the installation any easier! Kudos!
On the CoreELEC side, I installed the Stable version and all seems to be working great. The only thing I quickly glanced was that I showed no bluetooth connections, even though the Bluetooth toggle in Services was On. I guess I’m used to LibreELEC, where all the available connections auto show there without having to manually hit pair on the devices. It was very late last night and I didn’t get a chance to review it any further. However, I know the bluetooth dongle should work out of the box as it’s the Module 2 usiing CSR5810 A10 Chipset. I will dig deeper and fully test tonight. I will report more on the results.
Where can I inform myself of pending issues with CE on ODROID N2? Have most problems been resolve or are there many still outstanding? I’d like to make a decision on whether or not to install the Nightly version of CE.
With regard to Android on microSD:
I purchased the ODROID N2 CoreELEC version which came with CE pre-installed on microSD. Even though CoreELEC on eMMC will be my daily driver, I’d like to have a dual boot setup of android on microSD for whenever I need a specific app. I know the performance of android on microSD will probably be terrible, but android isn’t going to be my daily driver. It will be there solely for whenever I need it.
- Is there a specific android image for ODROID N2 and where do I get it?
- Also, do I flash this image in the same fashion I did CE using Rufus? It can’t be this easy, right? I mean, don’t I also have to install/configure a boot loader?
Thanks for your help and taking time in reading this.