Hi all There's a way to use KODI 17 on this machine, but you need to install ubuntu on it. To install kodi get the ISO with modified kernel from Linuxium - https://linuxiumcomau.blogspot.com/2016/10/running-ubuntu-on-intel-bay-trail-and.html Use the "Ubuntu 16.04.1 LTS", because with version "Ubuntu 16.10" (or even the later versions available on the blog) after installing it would never poweroff or even reboot. After installing ubuntu you need to install KODI using the following method - http://kodi.wiki/view/HOW-TO:Install_Kodi_for_Linux#Installing_Kodi_on_Ubuntu-based_distributions Keep in mind that unless you have one remote supported by KODI it won't work strait forward. I have a Minix NEO A2 airmouse/remote and then I had to map the keys on it using KODI keymap add-on - http://kodi.wiki/view/Add-on:Keymap_Editor You won't be able to put the device in sleep mode, you will always need to power-off and power-on. You can make it boot directly into KODI, but you need to define your user to automatically logon and then switch from the normal desktop session mode to kodi session mode - http://kodi.wiki/view/kodibuntu#Desktop_mode Linuxium is a user on this forum and we wrote about installing ubuntu on it before - http://www.minixforum.com/threads/dual-booting-android-and-windows-on-minix-z64w.5619/ !!! IMPORTANT !!! You need to do a change on the BIOS, otherwise it will freeze during the installation or even while ubuntu is running. on Advanced, go to PPM Configuration and disable CPU C state Report. If you don't like it in the end, you can always go back to android - http://www.minixforum.com/threads/reflashing-the-z64-android-os-creating-rescue-disk.4735/ You can also do a dual booting, by installing it on the flash or on an sd card, but I didn't care to try it out. If you just want to use the new skin from KODI 17, you can try this - http://www.yiflix.com/video-downloa...nge_skin_estuary_krypton_for_kodi_jarvis.html - which is not equal, but close enough. Hope my post helps other to make this box to some use, I actually bought this box because it's not limited to android, most boxes just go out of support in the first year, or never even have any kind of update, with this one I'm not so limited to use Android. I will post some videos of the installation on the next posts.