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CuBox-i series (which includes CuBoxTV) is SolidRun's second-generation family of multi-purpose ARM-based mini-computers that is capable of running either Kodi on Android or on Linux, both using firmware images provided by SolidRun development team and third-parties of which many comes with Kodi pre-installed.
With its hardware built around SolidRun MicroSOM platform the CuBox-i series uses scalable and open source friendly Freescale i.MX6 family of SoC (System-on-Chip) ranging from a single to quad ARM Cortex-A9 processor cores, 2D/3D hardware graphics processing unit, video decoding and encoding acceleration hardware, and HDMI 1.4 1080p 3D output support.
1 Installing Kodi
The easiest way to use Kodi on a CuBox-i is to just install a Kodi-specific OS to your mSD card with one of the following OS's. The CuBox-i will boot directly up into Kodi and nearly every setting can be easily configured within the Kodi GUI
Kodi can also be installed onto a CuBox-i that is running Android using the normal Android instructions.
2 Hardware specification
The front is not shown on the image. The LED and infrared receiver/transmitter are all behind the plastic window on the lower right.
Size: Approximately: 55mm x 55mm x 42mm (2.17 x 2.17 x 1.65 inches)
2.1 CuBox-i family comparison table
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