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Wandboard is an ARM-based development board that is capable of running either Kodi on Android or on Linux, both using firmware images provided by WandboardWandboard development team and third-parties of which many comes with Kodi pre-installed.

Wandboard 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

1.1 Linux

The easiest way to use Kodi on a Wandboard is to just install a Kodi-specific OS to your mSD card with one of the following OS's. The Wandboard will boot directly up into Kodi and nearly every setting can be easily configured within the Kodi GUI

1.2 Android

Kodi can also be installed onto a Wandboard that is running Android using the normal Android instructions.