NOTE: This is for the Beelink GT King pro, T8 mini and T8s plus v2 and is not associated with Droix whatsoever. This is an install guide to download and install from sdcard the latest CoreELEC system image, this will not affect the Android/ LibreElec firmware already installed on your device as you are booting an operating system from an external sdcard. When this sdcard is removed your box will boot as normal to Android/ LibreElec. GT King pro CoreELEC image d/l:- https://github.com/CoreELEC/CoreELE.../CoreELEC-Amlogic-ng.arm-9.2.1-Generic.img.gz T8 Mini and plus v2 CoreELEC image d/l:- https://github.com/CoreELEC/CoreELE...2.1/CoreELEC-Amlogic.arm-9.2.1-Generic.img.gz Rufus d/l link:- https://rufus.ie/ Sdcard 2gb and above class 10 needed. Download the CoreELEC zip file from above and use winrar/ winzip to extract the image file on your pc, insert sdcard and format to fat32. Install rufus or your equivalent image burning software on your pc, open rufus and navigate the input to the extracted CoreELEC image, navigate the output to your sdcard and burn the image. If successful, the SD card will auto name to CoreELEC and the capacity will be shown as 512MB, this is OK as there is a second (hidden) partition for CoreELEC user data. If burned correctly navigate to your sdcard and open it, delete the dtb.img file (if it exists in there) then open device_trees folder. Copy the gxbb_p200_2gb_1Gbit.dtb for the T8 mini and T8 plus v2. g12b_s922x_beelink_gt_king_rev_a.dtb, g12b_s922x_beelink_gt_king.dtb. (yes there are 2x versions of this box rev a and rev b but beelink will not admit this) and paste into the root of sdcard, rename this to dtb.img. Remove your sdcard from pc and insert the CoreELEC prepared card into your T8 mini, to boot the system for the 1st time use the toothpick method depressing the reset button. Disconnect the power supply and hold the reset button with the toothpick (gt king pro use a paper clip or similar), reconnect the power supply and press the power button (still having the reset button depressed) wait until the CoreELEC logo appears and release the toothpick from the reset button. Your system will now boot up into CoreELEC kodi 18.5 and you will need to setup your system upon boot. You now have kodi 18.5 running on linux. If you are going to change the skin from the default estuary skin you will not have the option to reboot to eMMc/ android, so install this zip to regain that function in any skin:- https://github.com/trogggy/trogggy.scripts/raw/master/script.reboottonand.zip If you are not sure of any part of this tutorial feel free to ask. Thanks to the devs and members at CoreELEC for this insight and an excellent firmware.