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. If not, you might want have a look at Why are there so many versions of OpenELEC?
Installing OpenELEC is easy, but if you're new to it then you might want to check out the installation guide on the wiki.
|Category: Raspberry Pi Builds|
|OpenELEC Stable - Raspberry Pi ARM Version:4.0.7||2014-07-09 16:00:42||107.42 MB||20538|
|[Diskimage] OpenELEC Stable - Raspberry Pi ARM Version:4.0.7||2014-07-09 16:00:42||98.29 MB||19583|
|OpenELEC Beta - Raspberry Pi ARM Version:4.1.2||2014-07-23 03:56:07||108.25 MB||2767|
|[Diskimage] OpenELEC Beta - Raspberry Pi ARM Version:4.1.2||2014-07-23 03:56:07||99.04 MB||2057|
|OpenELEC Legacy - Raspberry Pi ARM Version:3.2.4||2013-11-27 12:51:37||96.55 MB||224038|