|Released||June 25, 2013 (Retail)|
|OS||Android 4.1 "Jellybean") with custom Ouya launcher|
|CPU||Nvidia Tegra 3 (T33) SoC with Quad-Core ARM Cortex-A9 CPU @1.7 GHz|
|Storage||8 GB internal eMMC flash memory + USB Memory Stick support|
|RAM||1 GB (DDR3) RAM|
|Graphics||Nvidia GeForce ULP GPU|
|Connectivity||HDMI 1.4b (female), 2 x USB 2.0 host port + 1 x Mini-USB OTG-port, Bluetooth LE 4.0, 802.11 b/g/n WiFi, 10/100 Ethernet, 12-volt DC-power|
|Dimensions||75×75×82 mm (2.95×2.95×3.23 in)|
|Weight||300 g (11 oz)|
|Read this page and still need help? Check out the XBMC for Android XBMC.org support forum or this Kodi thread on http://ouyaforum.com.|
OUYA is an Android-based game console and set-top-box that contains a Nvidia Tegra based ARM-processor that can handle most Kodi skins, in addition to outputting video in Full HD (1080p).
The first version of Kodi to officially support the OUYA was v13 "Gotham" which could easily be sideloaded. Two unofficial versions are also available; "XBMC for Ouya" (an unofficial build submitted to the Ouya Store by Ouya themselves (which lacks DTS and AC3 audio decoding support due to licensing issues) and "SPMC" (a fork of Kodi released by Kodi developer Koying that have Ouya support but must be sideloaded).
1 Main topics
Other OUYA-specific wiki pages for topics, guides, and advice. For everything else, standard Kodi pages will normally apply.
| HOW-TO:Install Kodi on OUYA
OUYA uses Kodi for Android. The current version is Kodi v14.2 Helix.
| Android FAQ|
Frequently Asked Questions for Android.
| Known issues
|| Random notes|
- Kodi for Android - Most users will want to and should use the normal Kodi for Android version. This can be downloaded directly from
http://mirrors.kodi.tv/releases/android/arm/(the current stable version is Kodi v14.2 Helix).
- SPMC - Experimental fork of XBMC/Kodi with some extra stuff. SPMC also contains OUYA-specific fixes for audio passthrough.
- XBMC on OUYA - Don't install this. An unofficial version of XBMC based on v12.2 available from the OUYA Store. This is old and busted. Don't bother with it anymore.
Assorted how-to's related to Kodi running on OUYA that have been added to the wiki:
Ouya has a bit different setup than normal Android devices with XBMC for adding local media, but is roughly the same. This is a guide to installing CyanogenMod 11 to the OUYA, which effectively updates the OUYA to Android 4.4 (Kitkat). This is required for running Kodi v15 and later on the OUYA, as the normal OUYA OS, which is based on Android, no longer meets the minimal install requirements. Kodi v14.2 and earlier versions of XBMC will continue to work on the original OUYA OS.
5 Known issues
- Audio passthrough for some users will likely require SPMC, which is a modified version of Kodi.
- Wifi on the OUYA might not be enough for some high bitrate HD streams. In this case, using wired ethernet is recommended.
- Android, which OUYA's OS is based on, is limited right now to 60Hz. Those with media that plays back at 50Hz might see occasional stutter.
- Volume control does not adjust the volume level. It will mute the audio if volume is turned all the way down.
6 Random notes
Feel free to place various notes, tips, and links here. As this section of the wiki gets more organized, those notes will be properly sorted. Consider this like a dumping ground for when you're not sure where to put something.
- If you want to open Kodi automatically when the OUYA boots up, you can choose between two applications, "BootyCall" or "Auto pilot", both are available on the OUYA store.
- BootyCall  ($2.99) - This application functions as a default launcher ensuring your chosen application, XBMC/Kodi in this case, is the first application loaded and also is returned to upon exiting other applications.
- Auto Pilot  (Free) - When installed the name will show up as "BOOT". Connecting the BlueTooth remote may close Kodi after, to avoid this issue, use an Kodi remote (Official, Yatse, etc...).
- Easy Infra red remote (no root): I figured the easiest way on getting IR is to use a cheap "PC Remote". The "PC Remote" receiver actually emulates a full keyboard based on infra red and starts at 5 USD (http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/B0050PUGZE/ref=dp_olp_new?ie=UTF8&condition=new). You can later swap this remote for a remote with learning capabilities, as the Sony RMVLZ620 (~25 USD), you learn the codes from the "PC Remote" and you get yourself an awesome IR solution that will keep working even if you get those pesky Ouya updates.
- OUYA Specific Addon Repo: You can find an OUYA specific repository of addons available, (Eldon's Kodi Repo). Some of the plugins are specific to the OUYA platform, while others will work on android devices in general.
7 See also
- Android hardware - Other Android platform which Kodi supports hardware video decoding on.
- Android - Android operating system information in regards to Kodi usage.
- http://ouya.tv - OUYA website
- http://forums.ouya.tv - OUYA support and development forum
- http://forum.kodi.tv/forumdisplay.php?fid=164 - Kodi for Android support forum
- http://ouyaforum.com/showthread.php?5966-XBMC-on-Ouya-OUYA-Inc - Great support thread for the unofficial "XBMC for OUYA v12" version
- http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2359390 - WonderEkin's mod/tweak collection - Install Google Play Store, Disable auto update, Switch 720p/1080p res, Overscan fix, etc.
- http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2387507 - WonderEkin's app to root OUYA