I have same problem like Alecto828 with Vozke Z6 Plus box, and I installed Coreelec 8.90.5 .
I have tried gxm_q200_3g.dtb, its recomended from: (❓ Which DTB do I use?) in the memory card, but the box is allways displaying “boot”.
I installed openvfd and tried several vfd.conf files, but the display never changes,
Only if you have original Android firmware on internal storage, otherwise dtb might be incorrect. You can execute dd if=/dev/dtb | gzip > /storage/downloads/dtb.img.gz and you’ll find compressed device tree in Downloads share.
Hi I’m a bit of a noob regarding Coreelec, I’ve managed to install it on a sd card and got it up and working. The issue I’m having is the same as others in this topic, I have a Vorke Z6 plus and the display says “boot”. Can you help me with the step by step guide on how to solve the issue.
This seems pretty straight forward, but I get stuck at first step. I open File Manager which is on Vorke device and I can find the folder /storage/.config. I should be looking on device not on SD card.
Sorry but I feel realy stupid. I’m not able to connect to the box, I can ping the ip but can’t get on it via Windows Explorer. I tried enabling the SMB 1 protocol in Win10 and hoping that would help but no luck. Any suggestions.
Make sure in CoreELEC settings that SMB is enabled. SMB1 is not supported by Kodi anymore, only SMB2/3.
If that fails, you can enable SSH in CE and use WinSCP (or similar) to connect to the box that way, then it will allow you to copy over files.
I’ve managed it, had some troubles first with connecting, then username pass issue and finaly the same issue that the person who opened this thread had…downloaded the html file.
But after some trouble in the end …it working yeeeee