Maybe this question should be asked in the Kodi forum instead of the CoreElec forum. Or the question should be “How can we install a web browser on Kodi?” instead of “How can we install a web browser on CoreElec?”
I have contacted the AMlogic team in the hope they might try and find a way to support a web browser. Midori looks like the best candidate at the moment. I will keep the forum appraised if I learn of anything more. The Midori page is down at the moment:
Lighten up, Tim_Taylor, I am on your side! I can delete it, if you like, and post @Ray a private message instead, but then others might not benefit. Anyway, it is a bit ironic that you object to so called “advertising” and think Google is fine.
Using free alternatives to solutions from big companies is always a good thing, and I would advise everyone to at least try it.
But…this forum is not meant to be a place to discuss this stuff.
Let’s concentrate on CoreELEC itself and don’t try to convert everyone to the “good side”, please.
Amlogic will not help you. Their main focus is Android and in Android you can use browsers. CoreELEC doesn’t interest them. But I already gave you an answer. It is not possible unless you find a Webbrowser that can use framebuffer directly.
But the problem is not Amlogic and not CoreELEC it is the browser. If you want brave you should ask them to implement this.
There is however a mediacenter addon or a proof of concept to make a brower work: