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Topic # 244973 11-Jan-2019 21:11
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I'm in Wellington, would like another R.Pi to run Kodi on another TV.  The 2B is fast enough, but wouldn't mind a 3B / 3B+ . Just seeing if anyone has one unused they'd rather have cash for before I order one new.





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  Reply # 2159480 11-Jan-2019 21:13
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Hi Mate,
I have PI2 not used much but I’m in Auckland
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  Reply # 2159522 11-Jan-2019 22:23
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Got an Odroid C1 here you're welcome to (also based in Wellington). A little bit faster and should do the job fine.

 

Make me an offer if you're keen.





 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 2159530 11-Jan-2019 23:14
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I'm in Christchurch and have a spare - would have to check which version. With a case.


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  Reply # 2159562 12-Jan-2019 07:30
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Have a spare 2B including WiPi and case.




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  Reply # 2159575 12-Jan-2019 09:07
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Thanks all. Figured people might have spares they're not using and would rather have a few dollars for.

 

@phrozenpenguin - would be good to see what version it is. Reference here (see image part way down page)
@frankv - thanks - where are you? Don't need wireless so you might be better keeping / selling to someone who needs it.
@michaelmurfy - sounds interesting. Probably err towards R.Pi as I already have two so better to use the knowledge I have, but if it's much the same to use then might not matter. Is it in a case?
@champakram - in a case? Could always mail it down.

 

 





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  Reply # 2159643 12-Jan-2019 13:10
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Thanks @michaelmurfy, but I think I'll go with R.Pi. Just sounds better supported / understood and I don't have time to mess around. I already understand the Pi ok as I have a couple, one running Kodi and the original running Pi Hole.





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  Reply # 2159731 12-Jan-2019 14:12
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timmmay:

 

Thanks @michaelmurfy, but I think I'll go with R.Pi. Just sounds better supported / understood and I don't have time to mess around. I already understand the Pi ok as I have a couple, one running Kodi and the original running Pi Hole.

 

 

there is no "messing about" you install the kodi distro onto the flash/mmc power it on and it boots into kodi, you then configure kodi as normal.

 

its really no different, its just as different singal board computer running the same software ie kodi over linux




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  Reply # 2159783 12-Jan-2019 15:54
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I have a set of steps I manually run each time I install Kodi on my R.Pi, to do things like disable CEC. It's an OK level thing. It's easier if I only have one platform where I have to work these things out, between diagnostics and working out fixes. So I appreciate the offer, but think I'll go with a Pi rather the Odroid this time.





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  Reply # 2160024 13-Jan-2019 11:02
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timmmay:

Thanks all. Figured people might have spares they're not using and would rather have a few dollars for.


@phrozenpenguin - would be good to see what version it is. Reference here (see image part way down page)
@frankv - thanks - where are you? Don't need wireless so you might be better keeping / selling to someone who needs it.
@michaelmurfy - sounds interesting. Probably err towards R.Pi as I already have two so better to use the knowledge I have, but if it's much the same to use then might not matter. Is it in a case?
@champakram - in a case? Could always mail it down.


 



Hi I have these
Pi 2 8GB MicroSD
ASUS Wi-Fi
Below are pics
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1Lypoik1ccZlbQmMtzqwge3B6fexyRxhq



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  Reply # 2160110 13-Jan-2019 12:35
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champakram:

 


Hi I have these
Pi 2 8GB MicroSD
ASUS Wi-Fi
Below are pics
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1Lypoik1ccZlbQmMtzqwge3B6fexyRxhq

 

 

 

 

Thanks. Model 2B? Maybe PM me what you'd want for it. I don't need WiFi, so you might get more selling to someone who does.





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  Reply # 2160125 13-Jan-2019 13:12
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I have a new Pi 3B+ in official Pi red and white case and official power supply which is still in box. Pi only opened and put in case. I can sell for whatever you are going to buy it for minus few dollars.



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  Reply # 2160542 13-Jan-2019 20:25
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Thanks for the offer @quebec. I would tend to pay maybe 50 - 60% of the original cost for without a warranty even if it's unused. You want more than that, which is fine, best you hold onto it or sell it to someone else :)





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  Reply # 2161213 14-Jan-2019 22:12
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I've got a

 

- Raspberry Pi 2 Model B v1.1 in a case, USB wifi dongle also available

 

- Raspberry Pi Model B+ V 1 2 in a case. Think this has wifi onboard.

 

Doesn't seem like you are short of choice. PM me if interested in either or both of above. I'm in Christchurch so would be putting in a post bag.




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  Reply # 2161261 15-Jan-2019 07:25
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Quite a few posts, not many that quite suit. Will PM thanks PP.





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