Software Update: CoreELEC 9.2.3

The developers behind Core Embedded Linux Entertainment Center recently released version 9.2.3. CoreELEC is a fork of LibreELEC, which in turn arose after a large number of developers left OpenELEC due to disagreements and started their own business. These Linux distributions are based on Kodi and can turn a computer into a full-fledged htpc. CoreELEC focuses specifically on the chips of amlogic. The changelog for this release looks like this:

Changes Since 9.2.2:

  • Updated Kodi to 18.7.1
  • Updated Kodi addons
  • Added touchscreen support for ODROID-vu5/vu7/vu5a/vu7a displays (ng)
  • Added config.ini options to better support odd displays (ng)
  • Added support for Minix U22-XJ (ng)
  • Fixed hardware decoding for mpeg4 files. (ng)
  • Fixed USB related crash and several other small USB issues on ODROID-N2 and ODROID-C4
  • Fixed S/PDIF output on ODROID-C4
  • Fixed analog audio output on Beelink GT-King Pro
  • Fixed analog audio on S905X3 devices
  • Fixed rare issue with SSHd not starting
  • Fixed bugs with USD boot (ng)
  • Fixed CEC wakeup on routing information on Odroid-C4
  • Bl301: Fixed SM1 CEC wakeup
  • Bl301: Fixed USB power enable/disable on resume from suspend on ODROID-N2/ODROID-C4
  • meson-ir/remote handling changed so no reboot is needed anymore
  • Several video playback improvements
  • Improved handling of several different types of eMMC (ng)
  • Many other small bug fixes and improvements

Version number 9.2.3
Release status Final
Website CoreELEC
License type GPL