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Android 7.1 (Pinebook) v0.3.5-r61 (SDCard)
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Android 7.1 (Pinebook) v0.3.5-r61 (SDCard). Note that, this build is for SD Card boot.

Thanks to Ayufan for building this image. Please visit the GitHub for more details about this image.

Edit:
Special thanks to Icenowy, lennyraposo, longsleep, lukasz, tkaiser, Xalius and PINE64 community contributors.

MD5 (GZip file): d052aa92041e20858dd2a0947be4dd15
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(05-15-2017, 05:02 AM)pineadmin Wrote: Android 7.1 (PINEBOOK) v0.3.5-r61 (SDCard). Note that, this build is for SD Card boot.

Thanks to Ayufan for building this image. Please visit the GitHub for more details about this image.

I'm  having the same problem with this as I had with the r59 image.
It boots to the Android 4 dots animation and then just sits there showing it's cute animation. After a few minutes, I get a "Process system isn't responding" message.
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#3
Change did card to faster one with more iops, possibly Samsung evo.
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(05-15-2017, 01:16 PM)ayufan Wrote: Change did card to faster one with more iops, possibly Samsung evo.

I am using a Samsung evo XC1 card. I'm using the Pine64 Installer on OSX to write the image.
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#5
Same issue here. Pine64 Installer on OSX
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#6
Just quick tested with environment below and it is working fine.

PINE64 Installer: 2.0.0-beta.2
macOS: 10.12.4
Pinebook: 11.6"
MicroSD: 16GB SAMSUNG EVO XC1

Note that, you need to wait around 5 minutes on first boot to allow it to initialized. My 2nd boot onwards took around 1 minute.
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Mine was working fine until a few reboots later. Now it's just stuck at the boot animation and goes no further.

Is there any rescue mode or boot options to try and recover the installation or do I just have to start from scratch?

Thanks,

Martin
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(06-23-2017, 02:57 AM)sickofthesea Wrote: Mine was working fine until a few reboots later. Now it's just stuck at the boot animation and goes no further.

Is there any rescue mode or boot options to try and recover the installation or do I just have to start from scratch?

Thanks,

Martin

I experienced a similar issue.  Worked great for the initial boot (although it took a bit longer than 5 minutes) but I am stuck on the boot animation after restarting.  Looked great for the few minutes I was able to use it.  I will try reflashing my Samsung EVO SD card and give it another shot.
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#9
Big Grin 
Hi all,
Works just perfect to boot a newly flashed image... but after updating installed apps in google play I just get the 4 dots animated - forever (i.e. > 5 min)
But never the less - thanks for all efforts - looking good when it runs  Smile
Thanx
//Fred
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(7 hours ago)epigon Wrote: Hi all,
Works just perfect to boot a newly flashed image... but after updating installed apps in google play I just get the 4 dots animated - forever (i.e. > 5 min)
But never the less - thanks for all efforts - looking good when it runs  Smile
Thanx
//Fred

Don't update sudo su binary - will break the installation. You need to reflash as there is not going back I am afraid :/
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