1. Use USB mouse to do this one time.
2. Shutdown and Reboot options available in Settings>About
3.As i understand you make a clean install via selfinstall images. Now open updater and update to latest version. Don't forget check Format Userdata checkbox when updating first time.
4.You can find or Odroid related settings on Settings>Odroid Settings submenu.
Hi, I downloaded the sd_installer one.
I am controlling the odroid using the remote control of the TV; seems this way I cannot use the updater or set the configuration menu as default
Another issue I have been experiencing is that the controller stops responding, if I get into the Sony Bravia HDMI menu it wn't detect the Odroid anymore unless I restart it by removing the power
Please download latest selfinstall images from
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This version includes new Odroid Updater app which can be controlled via Remote/Keyboard/Joystick and doesn't need root access anymore.
Also if you have a android phone you can use remote control apps for ATV e.g.
https://play.google.com/store/apps/deta ... .tv.remote
https://play.google.com/store/apps/deta ... com.remote
I will try find a solution to remove Home application selection dialog in next version (now i can only suggest do this via mouse)
To understand why Odroid loosing HDMI-CEC connection with your Bravia TV i need dump of your logs(logcat dmesg) or Sony Bravia TV )))
Please make clean istall via latest selfinstall images
Update to latest version via Updater app(format userdata is required)
After update you will have a fresh ATV with Google Play and more.
Lets try to dump logs to find root cause HDMI-CEC disconnection.