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Can't boot android 9 on rock64 - maks2204 - 03-04-2020

Can't boot android 9 on rock64. I tried sdtools and etcher methods. And tried different sd cards. How to solve this problem?

log from serial console


RE: Can't boot android 9 on rock64 - tllim - 03-05-2020

(03-04-2020, 04:19 PM)maks2204 Wrote: Can't boot android 9 on rock64. I tried sdtools and etcher methods. And tried different sd cards. How to solve this problem?

log from serial console

which build, please name or link.


RE: Can't boot android 9 on rock64 - maks2204 - 03-05-2020

(03-05-2020, 06:01 PM)tllim Wrote:
(03-04-2020, 04:19 PM)maks2204 Wrote: Can't boot android 9 on rock64. I tried sdtools and etcher methods. And tried different sd cards. How to solve this problem?

log from serial console

which build, please name or link.

I tried Android 9.0 Stock Rooted Image [microSD Boot] using ROCKChip SDDisk tools method [20190621] and Android 9.0 Stock Rooted Image [microSD Boot] using DD method [20190621].


RE: Can't boot android 9 on rock64 - Averell - 04-18-2020

I have tried to install Android without success with my sd tools, which work fine for Debian versions.
I tried Pine64 installer, which proposes only the installation on eMMC, it fails because "no more space on disk". It is noticeable that the eMMC sold by Pine64 are 31GB and not 32. It may be the reason but I am not sure.
To be able to try the same installation (Android 9.0 Stock Rooted Image [microSD Boot] using DD method ) on a microSD card, I used again the Pine64 installer, and dropped the proper file directly into it, instead of using the menu.
https://wiki.pine64.org/index.php/ROCK64_Software_Release#Android_9.0_Stock_Rooted_Image_.5BmicroSD_Boot.5D_using_DD_method_.5B20190621.5D
Installation was successful. But the process is suprising. Flashing until 84% is fast (less than 2 minutes). From 84% to 94% the process is slower (once again less than two minutes). From 94% to the end, will require an hour or more. Be patient, and even if nothing seems to move, it is still doing something.

After installing the microSD card, I had to reboot several times, but the reason may be the Rock64 card which was defective, as I noticed later. Once installed on a good Rock64, Android worked fine.


RE: Can't boot android 9 on rock64 - Averell - 04-19-2020

Now that Android Stock 9 is installed, I must get access to the console.
How can I enable SSH ?
I tried to install Termux, and not yet succeeded. In my google account, the new Android is visible, but when I try ton install an application, the list of devices shows only my Nexus 5.