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Android with google play
#11
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Hi Mikerr,

Just installed your Android image. 
Works great and yes the SD card is very important. 
Sandisk class 10  works. 
Kingston class 4 doesn't

Please keep up the good work.
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#12
Thanks Mikerr, it is nice to have the intergrated Gapps. However, is it possible to rearrange the partition since I will write the image to a 32 GB card? It would be a pity to use only the 8 GB in the image. Still, kudos to your work.
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#13
After you burn the image to your microSD, In order to be able to see the full volume of your microSD card in Android,
I recommend that you boot into - Recovery mode and make Wipe Cache Partition and Wipe Data/Factory Reset.
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#14
Thank you SPARKRU, I can't find a way to enter the recovery, but a factory reset in the Android settings successfully expanded the system partition.
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#15
Instruction. How to use recovery mode.
Use this image https://fossbytes.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/asus-tinker-board-s-parts.jpg
After turning on, you need to close the contacts for a few seconds - Power-on and eMMC Recovery
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#16
(04-28-2018, 01:11 PM)Jornada Wrote: Thank you SPARKRU, I can't find a way to enter the recovery, but a factory reset in the Android settings successfully expanded the system partition.

Thanks for that, now I wonder how to have that auto-run to expand images on first boot ...
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#17
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Well done Joradna! I have struggled for weeks to find your solution to expand the SD card´s file systems having installed Miker´s Android image with PlayStore pre installed. FACTORY RESET from the Android Settings / Dowload & Reset solved it indeed! Congratulations! 

(04-28-2018, 01:11 PM)Jornada Wrote: Thank you SPARKRU, I can't find a way to enter the recovery, but a factory reset in the Android settings successfully expanded the system partition.
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#18
How do I enter recovery on normal tinkerboard? I do not have jumpers there.
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#19
adb reboot recovery
Regards
Samson
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