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[Release] Android 8.1 + Root + Google Play
#41
Just tried. Very good job. Although it seems a little slow compared against the official TB android 7.1.2 distro, it seems an excellent work.

I have an issue regarding the USB webcam.
If I plug the usb webcam after the boot the camera works like a charm but the integrated microphone doesn't work. 
If instead, I plug the USB webcam before the boot, it is not recognized. In this case I have to unplug and plug again the webcam after the boot to let android recognize it.

In both cases, the integrated microphone doesn't work at all.

Is there a fix for that issue?

EDIT: I plugged two other USB webcams and both are recognized correctly even when I plug them before booting, so, I guess, it is an issue related to that webcam.
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#42
(06-18-2020, 02:43 AM)B2887 Wrote: Yo the playstore version for me just keeps looping the Google Assistant bit. Can't get past it and every now and again it makes a static noise sound. Is playstore an old version? I can't find apps or games that are on my phone.
Keeps telling me when I boot up that my SD card is corrupt but my tinker board is working fine???

EDIT: So I just plugged my gaming headset into the TB and used that to do voice commands then it let me past. So far its working good.

For me is the same: the google play version loops indefinitely with google assistant until I plugged a microphone to the headset jack and pass the "ok google" voice recognition; it keeps telling me that the SD is corrupted while it seems to work fine
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#43
what kind of usb camera are you using? 
I was about to buy such a camera but I worried if it would acutally work.





(06-27-2020, 06:01 PM)ugos Wrote: Just tried. Very good job. Although it seems a little slow compared against the official TB android 7.1.2 distro, it seems an excellent work.

I have an issue regarding the USB webcam.
If I plug the usb webcam after the boot the camera works like a charm but the integrated microphone doesn't work. 
If instead, I plug the USB webcam before the boot, it is not recognized. In this case I have to unplug and plug again the webcam after the boot to let android recognize it.

In both cases, the integrated microphone doesn't work at all.

Is there a fix for that issue?

EDIT: I plugged two other USB webcams and both are recognized correctly even when I plug them before booting, so, I guess, it is an issue related to that webcam.
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#44
(06-28-2020, 04:13 PM)Kyriakos Wrote: what kind of usb camera are you using? 
I was about to buy such a camera but I worried if it would acutally work.


I bought this one:
https://www.amazon.it/gp/product/B088LST...UTF8&psc=1

it works but you have to plug it after booting. If you plug it before booting it doesn't work.


I tried with some other old webcams and all worked like a charm, so I think it is an issue related to that camera only.
 


(06-27-2020, 06:01 PM)ugos Wrote: Just tried. Very good job. Although it seems a little slow compared against the official TB android 7.1.2 distro, it seems an excellent work.

I have an issue regarding the USB webcam.
If I plug the usb webcam after the boot the camera works like a charm but the integrated microphone doesn't work. 
If instead, I plug the USB webcam before the boot, it is not recognized. In this case I have to unplug and plug again the webcam after the boot to let android recognize it.

In both cases, the integrated microphone doesn't work at all.

Is there a fix for that issue?

EDIT: I plugged two other USB webcams and both are recognized correctly even when I plug them before booting, so, I guess, it is an issue related to that webcam.
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#45
Thank you very much, everything flies! I don't understand why developers can't do the same ...?
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#46
I was not able to use your image because it says "SD is corrupted".
Is there a fix for that?
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#47
nice thx
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#48
This OS keeps crashing on me. It will boot for a few moments, then I'll go to a test website (using news.google.com) and scroll down, and the entire computer crashes. I'm wondering if I did something wrong? I used Win32DiskImager to write the image to a Samsung SD card. I put that card in the tinkerboard and boot. Am I missing a step? Do I need to update the bootloader or something like that?
Thanks!
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#49
(04-14-2020, 07:54 AM)chakaponden Wrote:
(04-14-2020, 12:53 AM)NoobieTBUSer Wrote: This is great news.  Would you be willing to share the image once you get it to where you feel comfortable "releasing" it? I know its probably early to ask that question but I wanted to let you know there are others who would love to use a newer Android on their TB's.  Especially if it can support 4K video, which appears broken on the official 7.x release.

Thanks.
Sure. Will share a bit later

Hi @chakaponden,

Did you ever post the information for the source on Github to build this image?

I would like to try and build an Android TV variant. Almost have it working (somewhat) on 7.1.

Thank you for building an Oreo branch for Tinkerboard. It should be embarrassing for Asus to have the community beat them to releasing new firmware for their products.
Regards,
CypherDR
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