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Compiling Tinkerboard's Android
(08-19-2020, 11:17 AM)filipeobernardes Wrote: I did all the steps but when I save the final image on the SD card, the system does not boot. The board lights up the red led but is stuck. Is there any further steps needed to boot the system?

Hi @filipeobernardes. Did you follow the steps using the SpiImageTools_v1.36 after creating the update.img? Did you make any changes to the build before compiling?

Hello community,

I am building Android TV for Tinkerboard. After boot, Settings.apk wont launch and asks me to try again. I pulled a logcat and found the entry below. Is anyone familiar with these errors and how to resolve? Thanks in advance.

"09-17 14:30:51.203 522 1438 I ActivityManager: Start proc for activity
--------- beginning of crash
09-17 14:30:51.562 4024 4024 E AndroidRuntime: FATAL EXCEPTION: main
09-17 14:30:51.562 4024 4024 E AndroidRuntime: Process:, PID: 4024
09-17 14:30:51.562 4024 4024 E AndroidRuntime: java.lang.RuntimeException: Unable to start activity ComponentInfo{}: java.lang.NullPointerException: Attempt to invoke interface method 'java.util.List android.print.IPrintManager.getPrintServices(int, int)' on a null object reference"

The 1st person to help me solve gets to test an early aplha release.

This is one of two remaining issues that is holding up the final release.
This is nice having Tinkerboard.

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