Here is a Triple Boot build of RetroPie, Raspbian and KODI for the Pi 2 / Pi 3:
**Updated fixed image – please test**
I have taken a slightly different approach this time in that I have bundled all versions of KODI together in this one package so you can decide which one you want to install yourself, instead of having 3 separate builds for each iteration of KODI. Inside you can choose from LibreELEC v7.0.2, OpenELEC v6.0.3 or OSMC v2016-07.1 alongside RetroPie 4.0.2 and Raspbian Jessie. To do this you can either delete the KODI versions you don’t want out of the ‘OS’ folder or just leave them in there and only tick the version of KODI you want to install via the NOOBS menu – there is no harm in doing it either way.
This build has been somewhat of a pain to create, mainly due to implementing the ‘Always Boot to KODI’ scripts into Raspbian, however it is working a treat now! Keep in mind that if you want to set your system to always boot to KODI you will need to set this in RetroPie *and* Raspbian (I could not make a reliable solution that covers both OS’s via one script). More on that in the ‘Readme’ file so please be sure to read it.
As always this is a NOOBS installer build and I would highly recommend you install via a USB stick, otherwise be prepared to lose around 2GB to the large install files! I have set all OS’s to use the maximum space available, so any ‘spare’ space will be evenly distributed between all 3 partitions. If you want to change this then please see the ‘Readme’ file for instructions on how to do just that.
Thats about it – please give it a try and let me know what you think. Any questions, issues, comments just let me know below.
All the best.
p.s. I have added a video at the top which explains how to install and how my new scripts work. Please watch the video if you are having any issues or have queries on how to install. 🙂