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port Rock64 to Lineage OS? - noob - 04-16-2018

The Lineage OS is an excellent Android Development effort that is very mature, whth a well developed build infrastructure.

Perhaps Pine might look at integrating the rock64 development with them?

They have weekly updates, that can be applied easily, and notify user when available.
They have a secure root option that is mature
They have a ton of support.
They have a no google stuff. You can add later, or not.

A difficulty will be they have no Rockchip kernals.

Does this seem a resonable suggestion?


RE: port Rock64 to Lineage OS? - phane42 - 04-16-2018

Personally, I switched to another card to benefit from LINEAGE OS. I also look forward to it being available for rock 64.


RE: port Rock64 to Lineage OS? - tllim - 04-19-2018

If there is Lineage developers interest to maintain ROCK64 build, please PM me and I will provide hardware.


RE: port Rock64 to Lineage OS? - geno - 10-03-2018

(04-19-2018, 05:47 PM)tllim Wrote: If there is Lineage developers interest to maintain ROCK64 build, please PM me and I will provide hardware.

did the lineage developers get a board or did the user not make contact?


RE: port Rock64 to Lineage OS? - tllim - 10-04-2018

(10-03-2018, 02:54 AM)geno Wrote:
(04-19-2018, 05:47 PM)tllim Wrote: If there is Lineage developers interest to maintain ROCK64 build, please PM me and I will provide hardware.

did the lineage developers get a board or did the user not make contact?

If there is Lineage developer interest to port Lineage OS to PINE64 platform, please PM me.


RE: port Rock64 to Lineage OS? - geno - 10-23-2018

(10-04-2018, 02:34 PM)tllim Wrote:
(10-03-2018, 02:54 AM)geno Wrote:
(04-19-2018, 05:47 PM)tllim Wrote: If there is Lineage developers interest to maintain ROCK64 build, please PM me and I will provide hardware.

did the lineage developers get a board or did the user not make contact?

If there is Lineage developer interest to port Lineage OS to PINE64 platform, please PM me.

I talked to a developer from lineageos. I asked if there was anyone in lineageos team who ported its operating system to pine hardware.
He replied that the developers of lineageos already provided the source of lineageos and asked if I could load the source to port it myself.
Of course I would like to try that and I am also willing to deal with the topic in depth. However, I worry about destroying my device. Currently I use my rock64 productively and can not abuse this for test purposes.
to summarize it again:
The developers only provide the source. the finished roms are provided by users who joined the team of lineageos. however, they are not "official" developers.
Pine can therefore send his hardware only to a user who takes the matter but not the developers themselves because they do not care about such things.


RE: port Rock64 to Lineage OS? - Luke - 10-23-2018

(10-23-2018, 03:43 AM)geno Wrote:
(10-04-2018, 02:34 PM)tllim Wrote:
(10-03-2018, 02:54 AM)geno Wrote:
(04-19-2018, 05:47 PM)tllim Wrote: If there is Lineage developers interest to maintain ROCK64 build, please PM me and I will provide hardware.

did the lineage developers get a board or did the user not make contact?

If there is Lineage developer interest to port Lineage OS to PINE64 platform, please PM me.

I talked to a developer from lineageos. I asked if there was anyone in lineageos team who ported its operating system to pine hardware.
He replied that the developers of lineageos already provided the source of lineageos and asked if I could load the source to port it myself.
Of course I would like to try that and I am also willing to deal with the topic in depth. However, I worry about destroying my device. Currently I use my rock64 productively and can not abuse this for test purposes.
to summarize it again:
The developers only provide the source. the finished roms are provided by users who joined the team of lineageos. however, they are not "official" developers.
Pine can therefore send his hardware only to a user who takes the matter but not the developers themselves because they do not care about such things.

I'll be happy to donate a board to you and whoever wishes to help you out with Lineage OS for R64.


RE: port Rock64 to Lineage OS? - shripal17 - 02-09-2019

To get LineageOS on Rock64 working, it would take great efforts and probably a single person cannot do it alone. Would need at least 3 people contributing to the project as Rockchip has modified almost every important AOSP Module. I tried by just merging Rockchip's AOSP Base with LineageOS (CM14.1), first of all, there were huge conflicts, secondly, compile-time errors were uncountable.

https://github.com/Rock64-Lineage

Here is my failed attempt.


RE: port Rock64 to Lineage OS? - sooorajjj - 09-05-2019

(10-23-2018, 05:43 AM)Luke Wrote:
(10-23-2018, 03:43 AM)geno Wrote:
(10-04-2018, 02:34 PM)tllim Wrote:
(10-03-2018, 02:54 AM)geno Wrote:
(04-19-2018, 05:47 PM)tllim Wrote: If there is Lineage developers interest to maintain ROCK64 build, please PM me and I will provide hardware.

did the lineage developers get a board or did the user not make contact?

If there is Lineage developer interest to port Lineage OS to PINE64 platform, please PM me.

I talked to a developer from lineageos. I asked if there was anyone in lineageos team who ported its operating system to pine hardware.
He replied that the developers of lineageos already provided the source of lineageos and asked if I could load the source to port it myself.
Of course I would like to try that and I am also willing to deal with the topic in depth. However, I worry about destroying my device. Currently I use my rock64 productively and can not abuse this for test purposes.
to summarize it again:
The developers only provide the source. the finished roms are provided by users who joined the team of lineageos. however, they are not "official" developers.
Pine can therefore send his hardware only to a user who takes the matter but not the developers themselves because they do not care about such things.

I'll be happy to donate a board to you and whoever wishes to help you out with Lineage OS for R64.


I would be interested in porting LineageOS on pine64 if its still on , though i do not have the hardware.


RE: port Rock64 to Lineage OS? - noob - 09-11-2019

(09-05-2019, 04:15 AM)sooorajjj Wrote:
(10-23-2018, 05:43 AM)Luke Wrote:
(10-23-2018, 03:43 AM)geno Wrote:
(10-04-2018, 02:34 PM)tllim Wrote:
(10-03-2018, 02:54 AM)geno Wrote: did the lineage developers get a board or did the user not make contact?

If there is Lineage developer interest to port Lineage OS to PINE64 platform, please PM me.

I talked to a developer from lineageos. I asked if there was anyone in lineageos team who ported its operating system to pine hardware.
He replied that the developers of lineageos already provided the source of lineageos and asked if I could load the source to port it myself.
Of course I would like to try that and I am also willing to deal with the topic in depth. However, I worry about destroying my device. Currently I use my rock64 productively and can not abuse this for test purposes.
to summarize it again:
The developers only provide the source. the finished roms are provided by users who joined the team of lineageos. however, they are not "official" developers.
Pine can therefore send his hardware only to a user who takes the matter but not the developers themselves because they do not care about such things.

I'll be happy to donate a board to you and whoever wishes to help you out with Lineage OS for R64.


I would be interested in porting LineageOS on pine64 if its still on , though i do not have the hardware.
Did you mean Rock64,or pine64?

(02-09-2019, 02:04 AM)shripal17 Wrote: To get LineageOS on Rock64 working, it would take great efforts and probably a single person cannot do it alone. Would need at least 3 people contributing to the project as Rockchip has modified almost every important AOSP Module. I tried by just merging Rockchip's AOSP Base with LineageOS (CM14.1), first of all, there were huge conflicts, secondly, compile-time errors were uncountable.

https://github.com/Rock64-Lineage

Here is my failed attempt.

I am unsure, but... I think no one uses Rockchips anything. I think many are using ayufan's repo instead of rockchip, because not crap. And he pulls/culls not crap from crap pile and puts in his?

Is this possible?