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-====== ​USB-SD Creator ​======+======Installation of LibreELEC======
 The official "​LibreELEC USB-SD Creator"​ tool helps you choose and download the latest builds and for your hardware and create bootable USB and SD Card media. The official "​LibreELEC USB-SD Creator"​ tool helps you choose and download the latest builds and for your hardware and create bootable USB and SD Card media.
  
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-======Launching the App====== 
-====Windows==== 
-Download the LibreELEC USB-SD Creator and double click on the .exe file you will have in your "​Download"​ folder. 
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-====macOS==== 
-Download the LibreELEC USB-SD Creator and double click on the .dmg file you will have in your "​Download"​ folder. This will mount the disk image on your desktop. You can run the application directly from the disk image or copy it to your /​Applications folder. ​ 
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-If the application displays a warning about not being from a known developer when first run, you will need to go to "​System Preferences"​ then "​Security and Privacy"​ and either click "Open Anyway"​ or allow "Apps downloaded from anywhere"​. If the change concerns you, permissions can be changed back after you use the app. 
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-Once the app launches it will ask for your username and password. This is because the macOS requires superuser (sudo/root) permissions to write directly to the USB or SD card. 
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-====Linux==== 
-Download the LibreELEC USB-SD Creator. After the download has finished, open a terminal and enter the following commands (assuming "​Downloads"​ is your default download folder and the filename is matching): 
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-  cd ~/Downloads 
-  chmod +x LibreELEC.USB-SD.Creator.Linux-32bit.bin ​ 
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-Now you are able to start the tool from the command line by entering: 
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-  sudo ./​LibreELEC.USB-SD.Creator.Linux-32bit.bin ​ 
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-<alert type="​danger"​ icon="​fa fa-exclamation-triangle">​**Note:​** sudo (root) rights required else the app cannot enumerate/​see devices correctly or write to the /​dev/​device</​alert>​ 
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 ====== Manual ====== ====== Manual ======
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 ======Support and Assistance====== ======Support and Assistance======
 If you need further help and support with creating installation media please post in the [[https://​forum.libreelec.tv/​forum-41.html|LibreELEC USB-SD Creator support forum]]. If you need further help and support with creating installation media please post in the [[https://​forum.libreelec.tv/​forum-41.html|LibreELEC USB-SD Creator support forum]].
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