raspberry pi 3 kodi How to install KODI on Raspberry Pi 1/2/3 and Zero, Easy! 719 raspberry pi 3 kodi All software seen in the video is linked below: OpenELEC: Rufus: WinRAR: RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Official Kodi Edition Raspberry Pi Case Kodi on Raspberry Pi with remote Android on ASUS tinker board running kodi Raspberry Pi 3 Media Centre with 1TB HDD and DVD in a VCR (MEHS) Episode 43 OSMC / Kodi Wireless Setup on Raspberry Pi 2 Kodi v17.0 “Krypton”Raspberry Pi 1,2,3 TUTORIAL DE INSTALACION 34 COMMENTS Say I by a brand new Pi 3 and install Kodi on it out the box, will I be able to connect to the wifi and connect a Bluetooth keyboard to it right from the Kodi settings menu or would I have to configure the wifi first on my computer using the Pi software? Reply Yes you can load Kodi on to your SD card straight out of the box. The first time you boot up Kodi it will prompt you to connect to the WiFi network and set the time on your Pi. Think of Kodi as the operating system, without an operating system you can’t connect to Wifi, so you need to load Kodi onto the SD card in order to do so, hope that helps. Reply Can you have Kodi and retropie on a zero and switch back between the programs???? still trying to understand how the pi works…(would you have to switch sd cards?)…. 🙂 Reply yes thank you so much…just ordered two pi 3s and a pie zero…going to do an Nes cart build with the zero……..Merry Christmas!!!!! Reply Awesome, let me know how it goes, thanks for watching Reply I was about to search/ask this same question, were you able to support retropie and kodi on same sd ? Reply yes..you can install kodi from retropie… Reply Can I configure kodi just with a mouse or do I have to use a keyboard? Thanks for the vid. Reply I can’t say for sure but judging by the initial setup you probably need a keyboard to do things like connect to the wifi since there is no on-screen keyboard for you to type on using your mouse Reply Tech Fnatic thanks for the answer. But im using ethernet anyway and for the addons there is an on-screen keyboard anyway. But my question is if it recognizes the mouse automaticly in Kodi or do I have to change some options? Reply Yup, it should recognize the mouse, the wireless keypad I am using in the video was recognized immediately as well Reply ty for the help mate. Reply im new to this rasberry thing i was wondring y does ppl buy the rasberry for kodi does it do alot better Reply You could just buy a dedicated Kodi TV box off of Amazon but the difference is that the raspberry pi is a cheaper alternative than most Kodi TV boxes that you can purchase, although it might not be as powerful. Another reason people use their Raspberry Pi’s as Kodi boxes is because the raspberry pi can be re-purposed down the road and be used for something else, so you’re not stuck with a Kodi box forever, you can just wipe the SD card and make something else out of your pi. Hope that answers your question. Reply Tech Fnatic oh ok thank u so much that helped alot Reply Can you use this with mac? Reply do you also open the same pie build if you have the zero? Reply Can’t you just program it through the pi instead of getting the adapter? Reply wich buildmof kodi is this. is it helix or isengard or jarvis or krypton? Reply also works with win32 Reply If you dont want to buy the micro sd to usb, you can also use your android phone. Plug your micro sd and after plug it usb. Reply NeeZiaa You are a GENIUS! Reply Excellent video Kyle. Thank you from Portugal! Max Reply Thanks for your video! ] Question: Can i put the Openelec at the same RPI 3 that already has the Retropie, and both work? Reply There may be a way to partition the SD card so that you could have both on the card but I am unsure of that. The only way I could think of doing it is having Kodi on one SD card and Retropie on the other, then just swapping the cards out when you need to use one or the other Reply Thankyou, great video Reply Thanks for the video, super easy to follow. What kind of keyboard/mouse are you using? Reply My pi won’t start Reply It just needs to be plugged in so it can power up, if it’s already plugged in maybe confirm the SD card is in properly/works? Reply Hello. Is there any additional hardware required for this? Reply Nope, everything shown in the vid is all you need. SD card, keyboard, mouse and the Pi Reply thank you Reply Great video, thanks for this 🙂 Reply wow rufus IS quick, thanks Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Please enter an answer in digits:thirteen + seventeen = This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.