Kodi + Raspberry Pi: How to Build Your Own Raspberry Pi Media Center!
In this video, I’ll show you how to install Kodi on the Raspberry Pi computer in order to build your own media center. Kodi is free, open-source media center software that allows you to stream movies, TV shows, music, and more! The Raspberry Pi connects directly to your TV or monitor.
● See the full guide (+ parts list):
● What you’ll need (direct links to Amazon):
1. Raspberry Pi 4 Model B:
2. Raspberry Pi 4 power supply:
3. Raspberry Pi 4 Flirc case:
4. MicroSD card, 64GB:
5. HDMI cable:
6. Micro HDMI adapter:
7. Wireless Pi keyboard/mouse (optional):
● Guides/videos mentioned:
Install Kodi on RetroPie:
Install Kodi on Amazon Fire TV Stick (Firestick):
Raspberry Pi Power Button (Video):
Raspberry Pi Power Button (Guide):
Furlexa, My Amazon Echo Furby (Video):
● Kodi iOS/Android remote control apps:
Official Kodi Remote (iOS):
Kore, Official Kodi Remote (Android):
● Theme song:
“Microchip” by Jason Farnham from the YouTube Audio Library.
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