how to make 7 inch lcd work
#1
i got one 7 inch lcd with touchscreen at https://www.pine64.pro/pine-a64-accessories/
and  flashed android 5.1 follow the wiki, but the display not work.
somebody can help me? Huh
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#2
(05-20-2016, 03:02 AM)chong Wrote: i got one 7 inch lcd with touchscreen at https://www.pine64.pro/pine-a64-accessories/
and  flashed android 5.1 follow the wiki, but the display not work.
somebody can help me? Huh

You can locate the LCD panel build for Android on wiki page. here is the download link: http://files.pine64.org/os/android/andro...ixCard.zip
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#3
(05-20-2016, 09:40 PM)tllim Wrote:
(05-20-2016, 03:02 AM)chong Wrote: i got one 7 inch lcd with touchscreen at https://www.pine64.pro/pine-a64-accessories/
and  flashed android 5.1 follow the wiki, but the display not work.
somebody can help me? Huh

You can locate the LCD panel build for Android on wiki page. here is the download link: http://files.pine64.org/os/android/andro...ixCard.zip

Good to know. Is there a dd-like image as well (cat <image> | pv | dd of=<dev> bs=1M)?
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#4
(05-21-2016, 02:38 PM)umiddelb Wrote:
(05-20-2016, 09:40 PM)tllim Wrote:
(05-20-2016, 03:02 AM)chong Wrote: i got one 7 inch lcd with touchscreen at https://www.pine64.pro/pine-a64-accessories/
and  flashed android 5.1 follow the wiki, but the display not work.
somebody can help me? Huh

You can locate the LCD panel build for Android on wiki page. here is the download link: http://files.pine64.org/os/android/andro...ixCard.zip

Good to know. Is there a dd-like image as well (cat <image> | pv | dd of=<dev> bs=1M)?

We plan to have a new release on next week and will release DD image together.
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#5
finally i flashed phoenix card img with a windows tool, it works, thanks so much.
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#6
(05-23-2016, 02:33 AM)chong Wrote: finally i flashed phoenix card img with a windows tool, it works, thanks so much.

Please note that we will rotate the screen 180 degree on next release.
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#7
Hi

I have managed to get the android LCD version to work ok, but I was wondering if any of the others work with the LCD? Remix, Ubuntu etc?

Thanks
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#8
(05-26-2016, 11:25 AM)ajsullivan Wrote: Hi

I have managed to get the android LCD version to work ok, but I was wondering if any of the others work with the LCD? Remix, Ubuntu etc?

Thanks

I'd also like an answer to this question too!  I don't really want to run Android - LINUX (or BSD even! :-) ) all the way for this little black duck...  Surely with 2GB RAM (I got two 2 GB boards) it would be enough to run Ubuntu Touch or at least Unity ?

How "Linuxy" are the Android builds?  e.g. can you get busybox and a shell?
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#9
(05-26-2016, 11:25 AM)ajsullivan Wrote: Hi

I have managed to get the android LCD version to work ok, but I was wondering if any of the others work with the LCD? Remix, Ubuntu etc?

Thanks

This is a good question. I will check with Remix folks on LCD support. On the Ubuntu front, I have provide the LCD panel to longsleep and shipped out on last week. longsleep mentioned that he will take a look but not promise result.
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#10
(05-26-2016, 08:27 PM)UnixOutlaw Wrote:
(05-26-2016, 11:25 AM)ajsullivan Wrote: Hi

I have managed to get the android LCD version to work ok, but I was wondering if any of the others work with the LCD? Remix, Ubuntu etc?

Thanks

I'd also like an answer to this question too!  I don't really want to run Android - LINUX (or BSD even! :-) ) all the way for this little black duck...  Surely with 2GB RAM (I got two 2 GB boards) it would be enough to run Ubuntu Touch or at least Unity ?

How "Linuxy" are the Android builds?  e.g. can you get busybox and a shell?
Android practically build on top on Linux.
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