Need some information here. I like to run coreElec on nand (internal drive). I understand you are not supporting this, but maybe you can give me some information.
In noted there is a nand version of the install .gz file. Is that one the best option to have a fair chance a installtointernal installed box will work?
What I did:
I installed coreElec on a sd, I used a default .gz coreElec version to install it.
Afterwards I used the installtointernal command to get it to nand.
Note, I have no problems running the command, but the result is an unstable coreelec system that suddenly reboots any time possible after kodi started up…
Without giving official support: I noted there is a special nand version for the .gz image available. Is that one needed for a fair chance of a successful installtointernal installation? What is the difference?
Question 3: Most important one:
What is the tvbox brand and model that you could recommend me to have the best chance for a stable working coreElec nand installation?
I use a X96 tvbox s905x (old one)
I know it is chinese crap. Since I used it over a year now, it even start whistling when the red light comes up after shutdown. Terrible. So I thought better asking you first before replacing it…
ps. If you decide not to answer these questions, could you send this please forward my questions to a experienced forum member please?