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[Release] TinkerOS_Android 7 Nougat V14.1.2.50
#21
(10-28-2018, 06:26 PM)jschwart Wrote: Can I just use 'dd if=20180817-tinker-board-android-nougat-userdebug-v14.1.2.50.img of=/dev/mmcblk? bs=4M' to write the image or should I do something special?

I suggest you to avoid it. Because you will write the Android partition table, which might not be what you expect.
Please have a look at my document, perhaps you will get a better vision.
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#22
Yes I noticed that the image doesn't have a usual partition table, that's why I asked the question.

I looked over your document. It's not entirely clear to me whether the UMS code is included in the Android images available from ASUS, but I guess it's not.
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#23
I booted the image with the correct jumper settings now from an SD card. First I saw an animation with 'Erasing' and then there is the Tinker Board logo. This logo just stays however, nothing seems to be happening. Any idea what is going on? Should I wait?
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#24
The u-boot is not different from the other installation (AKA OS). The difference is the installation and what it reads when is booting. In particular case the device-tree file. So these few points are common for all the installation listed in this site.
Just imaging the u-boot like a BIOS, with a little extension on a device-tree file. I can't figure out a computer to boot without a BIOS or a program that helps to find the surrounding hardware.
This is not depending so much from the OS, because is not yet called in action, during boot time.
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(11-10-2018, 03:11 PM)jschwart Wrote: I booted the image with the correct jumper settings now from an SD card. First I saw an animation with 'Erasing' and then there is the Tinker Board logo. This logo just stays however, nothing seems to be happening. Any idea what is going on? Should I wait?

I have the same problem. Did you find solution ?
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#26
(12-20-2018, 08:06 AM)olegsh91 Wrote:
(11-10-2018, 03:11 PM)jschwart Wrote: I booted the image with the correct jumper settings now from an SD card. First I saw an animation with 'Erasing' and then there is the Tinker Board logo. This logo just stays however, nothing seems to be happening. Any idea what is going on? Should I wait?

I have the same problem. Did you find solution ?

What is your burning image tool ? I always use win32diskimage tool when I use windows PC. And have you ever burn the image into eMMC to check if the S/W, H/W is ok ?
Maybe you meet the sdcard compatibility issue.
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#27
lighting keeps closing down for me
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#28
I think after another manual restart it just worked for me.
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#29
Has anyone managed to run any sort of I2C commands on Android using Java or Kotlin?

I got wiringPi C based GPIO library provided but my code with I2C support simply reboots endlessly.
Android compiled i2c-tools i2cdetect simply says permission denied.

EDIT: Permission denied is resolved. I compiled i2c-tools with proper Android support and now i2cdetect works.
My JNI code does not still.
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#30
Android uses a tight permission scheme. It's supposed that you root the system.

Why crossposting ?
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