Updating playstation 3 using storage media
All Broadwell model Chromeboxes are fully supported by the Chrome Box Kodi E-Z Setup Script.
Disabling the firmware write protect will allow us to shorten the timeout on the developer boot screen (from 30s to ~1s) in a dual boot configuration, and optionally boot directly in "legacy mode" (and into Gallium OS/Libre ELEC).
Putting the Chrome Box in developer mode will disable verified boot mode, and allow you to access the underlying Linux operating system features necessary for installing/running Kodi (via Libre ELEC/Gallium OS).
WARNING: This will erase all user data on the device.
If Chrome OS isn't needed, then custom firmware can be installed to directly boot the legacy BIOS.All Haswell model Chromeboxes are fully supported by the Chrome Box Kodi E-Z Setup Script.Broadwell Chromeboxes were announced in the Spring of 2015, but not available to purchase until the Fall.Disabling the write protect is also necessary for standalone setups so that the stock firmware can be replaced with a custom version.
With the device powered off and unplugged: Important: The write-protect screw should be left out permanently.Even now, their availability is still limited to the Haswell boxes, which have displayed remarkable staying power given the release of replacement models.