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Hi, can i have the source code of the android image that its on the wiki?
(05-17-2018, 01:41 AM)pececitozipi Wrote: [ -> ]Hi, can i have the source code of the android image that its on the wiki?

We will provide for the Android SDK release. However, this takes several days to prepare due to large amount of code.
(05-18-2018, 09:40 AM)tllim Wrote: [ -> ]
(05-17-2018, 01:41 AM)pececitozipi Wrote: [ -> ]Hi, can i have the source code of the android image that its on the wiki?

We will provide for the Android SDK release. However, this takes several days to prepare due to large amount of code.

Hi, I got a ROCKPRO64 board yesterday and tried to boot using the prebuild image.
I could boot Android on ROCKPRO64!

Next, I want to build Android Image from source code.
When will be Android SDK uploaded ?
(It is okay that is an archive.)
(05-24-2018, 03:27 PM)licux Wrote: [ -> ]
(05-18-2018, 09:40 AM)tllim Wrote: [ -> ]
(05-17-2018, 01:41 AM)pececitozipi Wrote: [ -> ]Hi, can i have the source code of the android image that its on the wiki?

We will provide for the Android SDK release. However, this takes several days to prepare due to large amount of code.

Hi, I got a ROCKPRO64 board yesterday and tried to boot using the prebuild image.
I could boot Android on ROCKPRO64!

Next, I want to build Android Image from source code.
When will be Android SDK uploaded ?
(It is okay that is an archive.)

I have the same issue, It's important have the source code for the developers, please upload asap.
It will happen, just give them a little time! The boards have only just shipped, so I'm sure they're just tidying up loose ends before publishing the source.
So, we just got the SDK the other day ... its 50GB. Some thinking to be done on how to distribute it.
At least try to put the Android Kernel source in a GIT repository.
In general way,  you upload to github for each repository. (and we download it with repo)

If it is difficult, I think you only split SDK into several files(for example, 5 * 10GB)  and upload them webite like google drive
(05-30-2018, 05:56 AM)Luke Wrote: [ -> ]So, we just got the SDK the other day ... its 50GB. Some thinking to be done on how to distribute it.

What, you mean more than something like just: create a new empty repo on github, do a git clone ssh_url to sync with github, copy SDK into folder, git add * to add to index, git commit -a -m "Initial commit" followed by git push and come back next week? Tongue  Big Grin Big Grin

NB: I don't recommend doing the above... it's a guaranteed recipe for disaster since I proposed it!  Angel
I'd like to know the situation.
Is it possible to upload the SDK in some way?
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