How to install Kodi 17 Krypton on Raspberry Pi

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While you can download and install Kodi software in the default Raspbian operating system that comes with the Raspberry Pi, the latest version of Kodi is not available, which means you won’t be able to install Kodi 17 Krypton in Rasbian just yet.

However, there are several distros built for the Raspberry Pi that use Kodi, so you can install them.

For example, LibreELEC has released a beta version of its software that’s based on Kodi 17 Krypton. You’ll need to install the LibreELEC (Krypton) v7.95.2 onto an SD card, then insert it into the Raspberry Pi and launch the LibreELEC distro.

You can download a LibreELEC USB creator tool, which will do this for you, for Linux, macOS and Windows PC from the LibreELEC Krypton download web page. It’s worth repeating that at the time of writing this is a beta version, so there may be bugs and other issues.

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