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-{{divbox|red||**Note:** Be sure you took the correct image as the wrong one won't work. The image for the RPi1 will work for the RPi1 and the RPi Zero. The image for the RPi2 will work for the RPi2 and RPi3.}}+<alert type="​danger"​ icon="​fa fa-exclamation-triangle">​**Note:** Be sure you took the correct image as the wrong one won't work. The image for the RPi1 will work for the RPi1 and the RPi Zero. The image for the RPi2 will work for the RPi2 and RPi3.</​alert>​
  
  
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 The same can be done if you want to update your RPi2 SD-card to be used in the RPi1. Update the RPi2 but use the RPi1 *.tar file. As above, the system will reboot itself to a rainbow boot screen. Power it off, transfer the card to the RPi1 and boot that, which will boot fine then. The same can be done if you want to update your RPi2 SD-card to be used in the RPi1. Update the RPi2 but use the RPi1 *.tar file. As above, the system will reboot itself to a rainbow boot screen. Power it off, transfer the card to the RPi1 and boot that, which will boot fine then.
  
-{{divbox|red||**Note:** LibreELEC 8.0 builds (alpha onwards) automatically check update files for compatibility by comparing PROJECT name in the update file against PROJECT name of the current installation. Incompatible updates; e.g. a Raspberry Pi Zero (which runs the RPi image) attempting update to the RPi2 image will fail the check and the update is blocked. To reuse an RPi1 SD card with an RPi2/3 device create /​storage/​.update/​.nocompat first to override the compatibility check.}}+<alert type="​danger"​ icon="​fa fa-exclamation-triangle">​**Note:** LibreELEC 8.0 builds (alpha onwards) automatically check update files for compatibility by comparing PROJECT name in the update file against PROJECT name of the current installation. Incompatible updates; e.g. a Raspberry Pi Zero (which runs the RPi image) attempting update to the RPi2 image will fail the check and the update is blocked. To reuse an RPi1 SD card with an RPi2/3 device create /​storage/​.update/​.nocompat first to override the compatibility check.</​alert>​
  
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