Great, you want to use OpenELEC. There are a few build options open to you now. If you know which one you need, download it from the options below. Installing OpenELEC is easy, but if you're new to it then you might want to check out the installation guide on the Wiki.
The Generic image is a "catch-all" build is now the standard build for all new installs on x86 based systems (Intel/AMD processors), available both as a 32-bit (i386) build and as 64-bit (x86_64) build.
If you don't have old 32-bit only hardware, or you don't need old graphic drivers, use the 64-bit build (x86_64).
With OpenELEC 6.0 (5.95.x) older Nvidia Drivers are not more supported by this build, please use the Nvidia_Legacy build if you have a older Nvidia based graphic card. For a list of supported Nvidia graphic cards see http://www.geforce.com/drivers/results/83686.
32-bit Builds (deprecated with OpenELEC 6.0)
The Nvidia_Legacy image is a special build for x86 based systems with older Nvidia graphic drivers. For a list of supported Graphic drivers see http://www.geforce.com/drivers/results/80134
If you don't need old graphic drivers, use the Generic 64-bit build (x86_64).
WeTek Play Builds
If you want install on SD-Card you *MUST* update WeTek's Android first to the latest version provided via OTA
The RaspberryPi build (RPi) is a build based on the ARM architecture to run on Raspberry Pi only.
Please select the right build for your model, the wrong build not work with your RaspberryPi!!!
See our Wiki for special installation instructions.
If you're looking for a simpler way to get up and running with OpenELEC Kodi, The Pi Hut offer high quality SanDisk Ultra Class 10 MicroSD cards pre-installed with the latest OpenELEC OS. Available here
ARM11 Builds - RPi ARM11 single core models (Model A/B/B+ 256/512MB)
ARMv7 Builds - RPi2 ARMv7 quad core models (Model B 1024MB)
Freescale iMX6 Builds
The Freescale iMX6 build (imx6) is a build based on the ARM architecture to run on Systems with Freescale iMX6 CPUs only. Currently all Solid-Run Cubox-i, CuboxTV, Hummingboard and OSMC Vero (the white Cubox-i2w) devices are supported. See our Wiki for special installation instructions.
AppleTV1 Builds (deprecated)
The mk1 (silver) AppleTV makes an excellent and cheap XBMC box, especially if upgraded with a Broadcom BCM970012 or BCM970015 CrystalHD card. This image is tailored to the very-specific hardware found in the Apple TV. OpenELEC uses the NVidia graphics driver to support audio over the HDMI connection. Installing OpenELEC onto an Apple TV requires a different installation procedure to other HTPC platforms. To install, read http://wiki.openelec.tv/index.php?title=Installing_OpenELEC_on_AppleTV. This build is deprecated and will be no longer updated.