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  • in reply to: Firmware/ reset button location #1598

    Hi, its located at the bottom of the AV hole and requires a small jewellers screwdriver or paper clip to push.

    This firmware walkthrough explains

    Installing Android Firmware For all Gostreamer Models

    in reply to: Kodi (on fire stick) start up issue #1597

    Try using FTMC. Basically a clone of Kodi

    Using Kodi 17 On Android Models Older Than 5.0

    in reply to: GoStreamer forums #1585


    I think this is a remnant of when the old forum and posts were transferred and will look at getting it removed as has no relevance.

    Thanks for pointing this out and the ‘moderator’ issue.

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    in reply to: UK TV CHANNELS #1572


    FilmON TV, who allowed the use of their live UK TV streams has since decided to stop allowing free use of its streams, moving to a subscription service instead.

    in reply to: Kodi Krypton on G8 Linux #1571


    Due to lack of demand, we are unable to create any new Linux builds on any platform.

    However, there is now a way to get the functionality of Kodi 17 on Android older than 5.0 using a great Kodi clone called FTMC.

    Full details here:

    Using Kodi 17 On Android Models Older Than 5.0

    in reply to: Mx2 issues #1567


    Yes, it is highly frustrating that Kodi no longer works on any Android version before 5.0.

    Whilst we are unable to update the MX2 with a newer version of Android (Amlogic wont release a chipset driver that supports anything higher) there is some good news.

    You can install a media center called FTMC. This is basically a Kodi clone, which for some people, works better than Kodi. It gives you the same functionality as Kodi 17, but on devices running versions of Android 4.4 or 4.2.

    FTMC installs like a normal app, and once installed, you can add repos etc just like you can in Kodi.

    You can download the latest version of FTMC for your specific model here:

    The version you will need for the MX2 is currently ‘FTMC Arm General/AML 16.2.29’

    Check out this video that tells you all about FTMC

    Hope this breathes new life into your MX2.

    in reply to: Homescreen kodi icon missing #1564


    Not sure what might be happening here? How are you downloading Kodi?

    I would download the .apk from the Kodi site via a PC and then put the.apk onto a USB stick or SD card and then install from this using Filebrowser.

    in reply to: Kodi 17 gsx #1563

    Hi, Currently, Kodi is only installable on a box with Android 5.0 or higher.

    We are not sure why Kodi has excluded use of 17 from those with earlier versions

    in reply to: MX2 image file #1562


    We dont have any image files im afraid. Only SD card install versions

    in reply to: Krypton #1559


    Unfortunately, Kodi 17.3 only works on Android version 5.0 and higher. Why Kodi decided to exclude those with lower versions is puzzling.

    Loading Linux onto the box should be much the same way as loading Android, extracting the files from the main ZIP file onto an SD card and then doing a toothpick reset

    in reply to: Kodi 17 SD Card #1553


    Which repository are you trying to connect to?

    TVADDONS disappeared from the internet last week.

    in reply to: Problems with firmware #1545

    When you say ‘wiped the whole system’ how do you mean? Your original issue was you would only get the Gostreamer screen when you tried to reload the firmware. Talk me through what happened when you did it with the 5 files on the SD card.

    in reply to: Kodi 17 SD Card #1544

    Hi Matt,

    This usually occurs when the web http address is slightly incorrect.

    I would double check the address of the add-on server/source you are trying to connect to is correct. I would also check that you are definitely connected to the internet via your router (you need to set up internet access again from the LibreELEC software).

    let us know

    in reply to: Problems with firmware #1540


    try copying over all the 5 files you extract from the download.

    Sometimes our engineers create a firmware with an additional file if something else is needed during the setup.

    This may work if you try again

    in reply to: Unsupported Kernel #1535


    I would re-install the firmware on the box using an SD card.

    For Gostreamer models see here:

    Installing Android Firmware For all Gostreamer Models

    For Droidplayer models here:

    Installing Android Firmware For all Droidplayer Models

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