Here you can find the latest CoreELEC nightly builds to test new code changes and features:
The build server is looking for new commits in the master branch on Github every day at 21:59 CET.
In case of any changes, the changelog on the website will be replaced with the new one and images will be built in the following order:
S905 S912 Odroid_C2 LePotato KVIM2 KVIM
Please be patient, because it takes about 1 hour and 40 minutes to build each image.
If you still see an old build for your device (the image’s build date is older than the changelog’s date), just wait for the build server finishing and uploading it.
The images from the previous night can be found within the “archive” directory.
Update to the next nightly build from within the CoreELEC settings
You can now add my server as a custom update channel. This has the advantage, that you don’t need to manually download a new build and putting it into your /storage/.update directory.
Please follow these steps to configure the custom update channel:
- Goto Settings/CoreELEC
- change “Automatic updates” to “manual”
- activate “Show custom channels”
- edit “Custom Channel 1” to use the address “https://relkai.coreelec.org/releases.json”
- in “Update Channel” select “CoreELEC-9.0”
- the newest build can now be selected in “Available versions” (version format “YYYYmmdd”)
It is not possible to automatically update to the newest version. You also won’t see any update notifications.
Therefore you should regularly take a look into “Available version” to check for new updates.
Thanks a lot @Ray for your help implementing this feature!
Please keep in mind, that these are completely untested and most probably unstable builds.
You should avoid installing them on a production machine, where “WAF” is the most important factor.
I advise you to take a backup of your system before every update.
I am not responsible for any damage or loss of data that may occur to your device while using these images.