Hello, I have an Odroid N2 for about two weeks now and since the beginning i have problems with video randomly stopping. This happens with 720p, 1080p and UHD video. The network is wired and the same videos (not UHD off course) on raspberry pi play without problems. I have changed SD-cards. Also tried coreelec 9.2.2, 9.2.3 and nightly. Tried with minimal plugins and default skin. Tried al kinds of different settings but nothing seems to solve this. I searched this and other forums but can’t find this specific problem. I have looked in the log files and can find some errors around the times it happens but it doesn’t help me because I don’t have enough knowledge to do something with it. So I hope you can help me troubleshoot this problem. Below are two links with logs and for example around 00:11 is when the video stopped. There are also some video stops before that.
I have exactly the same issue with CoreELEC on N2, starting with all 9.2.0+ releases. Videos randomly stop playing after a while, I get a black screen and after 40-60 seconds regular Kodi interface appears. I have narrowed down the issue to CEC wakeup, so pretty much every time after a wakeup videos stop playing within 20-30 minutes. If I however manually do a full reboot (either via menu or a power cycle) whole Odroid after a wakeup, videos never stop playing even after many hours of playback.
I have been through the logs many times, did quite a few reinstalls, tried with eMMC and SD card and it’s happening over and over again. I have also tried installing Android for N2 and tried Kodi for Android and that same issue doesn’t exist there, videos never stop playing.
Let me know if I can provide any more information.
Thanks for both your reply’s. I don’t use and have disabled from the start CEC both on the N2 and my TV. On the N2 i did it in Kodi Settings - Peripherals and in CoreElec settings but in CoreElec settings changes don’t seem to stick. Thought maybe because I disabled CEC in Kodi Settings - Peripherals. About config.ini, do you mean in /flash? If so i don’t see where I can disable CEC functions.
But thing is I did some short test with USB HDD and then it seems to work fine but need more testing to know for sure. I also changed network switch to test but that did nothing to solve it. But I’m pretty sure it isn’t my network anyway because RPi’s work fine and so do all other devices on my network, but couldn’t hurt to try.
Also tried to set buffer to 300MB in advancedsettings.xml but no luck there.
Now I’m writing Android to SD to test that, so thanks for that tip kreatormoo because I was running out of things I could think of to test. I will let you know how that goes.
Yes, in config.ini in /flash, after the section # HDMI CEC Control put the command: cec_func_config=0 which I believe completely disables CEC functions.
(or is it cec_func_config=‘0’, not sure about apostrophe)
don’t know, but i read coreelec is less safe then libreelec. Libreelec is better protected on the internet. Then corelec has more advanced features and support. I had a computer which had the spectre bug, so hackers could turn off your pc. So it isn’t completely impossible.
Can’t remember where. When i first wanted to install an just enough kodi os, i read about libreelec vs coreelec. Coreelec had more features and was more up to date, but libreelec was safer online to use.
Unfortunately, cec_func_config=‘0’ doesn’t work for me.
For me it does seem to have something to do with network. Have tested some more with USB HDD and it doesn’t seem to happen then.
I have changed network switch, cables, SMB to NFS and tried streaming from a Windows 10 Pro share instead of my NAS to test if somethings wrong in my network setup but that made no difference. Add to that none of my other media devices have any problems I’m pretty sure the fault isn’t in my network.
For what ever reason audio seems to stall/go out of sync according to kodi.log and playback stops.