AMLGXsupports the following 64-bit SoCs:
AMLMXsupports the following 32-bit SoCs:
AMLMXprovide a "box" image for use with devices that run Amlogic (aka Vendor or Legacy) boot firmware (U-Boot 2015.01 with Amlogic and manufacturer customisations) and "board" images using modern boot firmware (mainline U-Boot) specific to a single SBC board or STB device. The image type can be identified by the filename
LibreELEC-AMLGX-arm-10.0.0-khadas-vim3.img.gzis a "board" image for VIM3
LibreELEC-AMLMX-arm-10.0.0-box.img.gzis a "box" image for Meson 8 devices
boximages can be used on many devices you must configure the device-tree file to use first. This is done by editing
uEnv.iniin the root folder of the SD card. Change
@@[email protected]@to the name of the .dtb file to use. Current supported device-tree files are in the
boardimage to eMMC (overwriting Android or other factory-installed images).
install2internalscript to reconfigure the factory boot process and run LibreELEC from the internal eMMC storage. In the past when most box devices had 1GB RAM and SD cards were slow the performance difference between an SD card and "internal" storage was substantial, so the script evolved a cult following and many users belive they must install to internal eMMC or their box will be unusuable. This is wrong advice. On modern boxes with faster CPUs, 2GB+ RAM and better SD card support, the performance difference is often marginal.
install2internalscript and something messes up; your problem is not our problem!
AMLGXimage there is an eMMC helper script called
emmctoolthat supports a range of useful functions for backup/write/erase (and more) for eMMC storage. See:
emmctoolhelper supports a limited range of SBC boards with eMMC modules. On a generic Android device it will output the (i) info only.