[How To] Lakka & KODI Dual Boot
Here is my easy how-to for building a multi-boot Lakka & KODI system.
You can also install any other systems as well (eg. Raspbian) & easily boot to them from KODI.
It is compatible with all versions of the Raspberry Pi.
An internet connection is required on the Pi.
How to Install
Step 1Follow THIS post to install NOOBS Lite Extra to your SD card.
Step 2Power on the Pi.
NOOBS will load and then give you a list of OS's to install.
For KODI, you can choose either LibreELEC or OSMC (or both).
Then select Lakka & any other systems you want.
Above I have chosen Raspbian + LibreELEC + Lakka
Lakka-unstable is the latest experimental unstable version of Lakka with various new features.
NOOBS will now download and install your chosen systems.
This can take a bit of time depending on how many systems you are installing.
Wait for it to complete, and then move on to step 3.
Step 3Follow THIS post to install my NOOBS Companion Add-on in KODI.
Step 4Let's now make Lakka able to boot back into our KODI system.
Go to the main menu.
Scroll down to Add-ons.
Select the "NOOBS Companion" add-on.
Move down to the Lakka system.
Open the context menu and select "Install Boot-Back"
Lakka has now been modified to "Boot-Back" into our KODI system when it exits.
Watch the video on the NOOBS Companion post for more things you can do with it!
Optional TweaksTweak #1
If you would like to store your Lakka Roms on a shared network folder, see HERE
If your using LibreELEC and want to remove all the extra sources in File manager, see HERE
TroubleshootingIssue: NOOBS Companion add-on is removed from KODI.
Solution: Redo Step 3 from above.
Issue: Lakka no longer boots back into our KODI system (eg. after an update)
Solution: Redo Step 4 from above.
- Change the entire method to use my brand new NOOBS Companion Add-on.
Thanks to the teams at Raspberry Pi, KODI, LibreELEC, OSMC, PINN & Lakka