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Android 7.1 (Pinebook)
#41
That is all. Downloading of image was successfull, and after that I received that error, that is the single line error. Can I check log somewhere else?
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#42
What is the shortcut to switch keyboard layout? How to enable spit screen?

I also would like to find a way to update my supersu, because after upgrading from play store it seems not working...

Another thing, with wifi and BT turned on, battery lasts for less than 24 hours, the most of time is sleep mode. Is that normal?
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#43
(07-06-2017, 03:39 PM)amilino Wrote: That is all. Downloading of image was successfull, and after that I received that error, that is the single line error. Can I check log somewhere else?

I had the same error: curl: (23) Failed writing body (1365 != 16360)

edit: clean installed the last pre release and it works fine.
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#44
Hello Ayufan, 

I have used your a7.1 as a starting point for porting Bliss OS to the Pinebook, but I am currently stuck trying to figure out how to package up the resulting .img files for the pinebook. I did notice that your boot-tools folder in vendor/ayufan-pine64 has something to do with this, but for some reason, I can't seem to figure out how to make it package up what I have already compiled. Following the directions provided in the tool start a new compile process for the kernel we already have compiled, so I'm not too sure that is what we want

If anyone can shed some light on this, I would love to bring this OS choice to the pinebook. 

[img]img]http://imgur.com/vML9cabl.png[/img][Image: vML9cab.png]
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#45
Use `sdcard_image` command after running `make`
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#46
I ran the Pine Installer to create a microusb with Android 7.1 today. On boot, the screen flickers quite a lot. Same as when my Pinebook first arrived and had been preinstalled with a slightly older Linux release.

Android version showed as 7.1.2.

Frustrating, as otherwise it would have been nice to use.
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#47
Android 7.1 (Pinebook) v0.3.10-r66 (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): 7f23d46c968658686844753099e079e1
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#48
I'm confused on how to get the SD card android built onto the eMMC. I flashed my SD card with the Ubuntu SD2eMMC image, but there is no pinebook.img on the fat portion of the drive. Help?
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#49
(10-17-2017, 09:01 AM)naviathan Wrote: I'm confused on how to get the SD card android built onto the eMMC. I flashed my SD card with the Ubuntu SD2eMMC image, but there is no pinebook.img on the fat portion of the drive. Help?

Its in rootfs and not in boot partition
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#50
Ah, ok, so I need an ext driver for windows then...?
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