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  1. #1 Kodi17 ARMv7a or ARMv8a for Fire TV 1st and 2nd gen 
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    I would like to try the newest version of Kodi (v17.0 Krypton) on my Amazon Fire TV boxes. I have some 1st. and 2nd. gen boxes and I'm not sure what versions of Kodi I should use, ARMv7a (32 bit) or ARMv8A (64 bit). I haven't been able to find anything that gives me a clear answer. Thanks in advance for any help.
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    As there was only the one version for Jarvis 16.1 then I would think that the Amazon products are only 32 bit, so I would go with the 32 bit one if I were you, for Krypton.

    They have probably brought out a 64 bit version for the newer android boxes that are available now or which will be coming out soon.
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    I would wait until version 17 is released as stable stay with 16.1 until then
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    Many thanks for your responses. I honestly thought that the most recent downloads are the final builds. I have one device that is running an older version so I may experiment with version 17 and see how it goes. Thanks again.
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    just keep in mind until they call it stable anything could go wrong, just log at their site if something does and they put it on a list for priority fixes
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