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Devices

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This area of the wiki is all about various hardware topics as well as OS-specific topics. Everything from HTPCs to remotes to audio receivers. It is also another way to categorize and discover topics relating to specific hardware or OSes. Feel free to add or create pages/info as needed.

1 General

2 OS

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Android
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iOS
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Linux
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Mac OS X
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Windows

3 Components

4 HTPC and Media Appliance devices

Stop hand.png These pages are maintained by the community and should not be considered an endorsement or recommendation. Device pages are made when there's a bunch of useful information for a particular device, and someone takes the time to make that page. Keep in mind, some devices simply don't need a page of specific information, but are still excellent devices. *


Note: Have a device that isn't listed and want to tell people all about it? Request a wiki account and simply create a new page for it. If you need any help or want someone to make the page for you, feel free to leave a message on the community forums here.


icon Amazon Fire TV
Amazon Fire TV (first and second-generations) is a series of Android-based (Fire OS) set-top-box that contains a powerful ARM processor (that can even handle some of the more heavy Kodi skins). First released in 2014, Amazon's Fire TV series stands above some of the other Android-based offerings due to Amazon's strong product support and because it contains more remote friendly versions of Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and other video service clients, which generally makes it a good pairing with Kodi.
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Chromebox
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Cubox-i

icon Intel NUC
Intel NUC
icon Nvidia SHIELD Android TV
Nvidia SHIELD Android TV
icon ODROID
ODROID
icon Raspberry Pi
The Raspberry Pi, Raspberry Pi 2/3 and Raspberry Pi Zero are a series of ARM-powered, credit card-sized single-board computers (developer boards) made in the UK by the non-profit Raspberry Pi Foundation organization for educational and hobbyist purposes. These low power computers are mass produced at very low prices and the high number of units sold gives it massive community support. As Kodi HTPC, all Raspberry Pis support full 1080p (Full HD) video playback of the most commonly used codecs, most if not all Kodi add-ons, and have reasonably responsive GUI performance.

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Xiaomi Mi Box and Xiaomi Mi Box S from Xiaomi here specifically refers to the 2016 released Xiaomi Mi Box with Android TV 6.0 and its successor the Xiaomi Mi Box S released in 2018 with Android TV 8.1, both includes a bluetooth voice remote with microphone for Google Assistant support. This is an affordable 4K UltraHD (2160p) resolution capable Android TV box based on Amlogic S905X SoC that as of yet, as an Android TV box, Xiaomi have given the impression that the firmware for these two boxes will be better maintained and supported in the long-run than most other Android TV boxes out there.
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X86 hardware

5 See also