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Mxq s85 with libreelec

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Default Mxq s85 with libreelec

Just to share with you here,

For people here looking for a low cost and VERY stable kodi support you should look at the mxq s85.
Flush google service in background and install openelec or now libre elec as linux OS. Most Credit goes to guys at freektab forum.

It replace my old aptv2 (witch api was well know and stable until lack of ressource memory) since more than 1 year.

Don't forget to add a RF keyboard and a 32Go high speed micro sd memory (for about 15$ each).

Improved support for usb dvb card (most of linux dvb support I think, look at wiki)
Experimental 3D since last version of libreelec.

Happy kodi !
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