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Android 9 Tinkerboard Repositories
#1
Does anyone know where / if there are Android 9 Tinkerboard repositories available?

Thank you!

Darran
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#2
Should already they come out android 8
 I'm french

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#3
(08-06-2019, 08:50 PM)Leskriim Wrote: Should already they come out android 8

What / where?
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#4
Anyone working on oreo or pie for this device?
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#5
(08-14-2019, 03:05 PM)darran Wrote: Anyone working on oreo or pie for this device?

I don't think ASUS have any plans for a modern android release and unless someone does one third party I reckon android updates for this device are dead
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#6
I think that is going discourage adoption of this device as a platform
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#7
Last update was 6 months ago, maybe they'll push a new one out soon, who knows  Huh
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#8
(08-28-2019, 05:02 PM)darran Wrote: I think that is going discourage adoption of this device as a platform

I agree, especially since the RPI4 has come out.
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#9
We are looking at Khadas, RockPro64, and a few others as alternatives. They all have nougat builds.
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#10
(08-29-2019, 02:01 AM)darran Wrote: We are looking at Khadas, RockPro64, and a few others as alternatives. They all have nougat builds.

I don't know how their Nougat builds are, but the TB's Nougat builds all have buggy display issues.  I am running a variant of Marshmallow (the latest as of about a month ago, SlashTV) but even the last official Marshmallow release worked well.  It would be great to get a newer Android that actually worked, though.
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