Android 7.1 (PINE A64(+))
#31
(09-19-2017, 01:17 AM)pineadmin Wrote: Android 7.1 (PINE A64(+)) v0.3.10-r66

Edit: This release includes Android 7.1 TV.
HDMI sound works, but it crackles repeatedly. Any known solution to this problem?

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#32
I cannot get any sound, neither hdmi or 3,5mm jack. TV version. Any suggestions what to do?
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#33
@ayufan

I tried your pine-a64-v0.3.17-r76.img everything work very well but vlc can't play hevc 4k30p video , i can't find native player.

and pine-a64-tv-v0.3.17-r76.img no 3.5mm jack sound , hdmi sound work and no native player can't play hevc 4k30p video
If I am wrong please correct my content , thank !



1. Use Pine64 Running Ubuntu 16.04 Web Server ( LAMP )

2. Use Pine64 Running Official Android 6  for Media player
3. Use Pine64 Running Volumio Digital Audio Player





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#34
Burned this version successfully. The problem is that it does not keep the LCD display running. The display comes on then fades to dark with the video feeding the HDMI socket. I think that I remember a command line that sets the LCD display to on. Anyone got that?
Thanks,
Mike
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#35
(10-26-2017, 09:54 PM)mcrognale Wrote: Burned this version successfully. The problem is that it does not keep the LCD display running. The display comes on then fades to dark with the video feeding the HDMI socket. I think that I remember a command line that sets the LCD display to on. Anyone got that?
Thanks,
Mike
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in uEnv.txt 

Code:
pine64_lcd=on
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#36
Here is a copy of the envtxt from my boot disk where does the Pine64_LCD=On command go? I put it at the bottom but it still doesn't cause the LCD to run.
Thanks

console=ttyS0,115200n8
selinux=permissive
enforcing=0
optargs=no_console_suspend
kernel_filename=kernel
initrd_filename=ramdisk.img
recovery_initrd_filename=ramdisk-recovery.img
hardware=sun50iw1p1


# INFO:
# To enable one of below options,
# uncomment them by removing # in front of name

# To use android recovery:
# Create empty file recovery.txt in root of this partition

# To enable LCD or HDMI, if not changed it will use default (experimental)
 disp_screen0=lcd or hdmi
 disp_screen1=lcd or hdmi
# disp_mode=screen0 or screen1 or dualhead or xinerama or clone

# USB OTG port mode (experimental)
# otg_mode=device or host or otg
otg_mode=host

# Configure contiguous memory allocation
# This maybe required to be enlarged for 4K displays
cma=384M

# To change HDMI display mode:
# hdmi_mode=480i
# hdmi_mode=576i
# hdmi_mode=480p
# hdmi_mode=576p
# hdmi_mode=720p50
# hdmi_mode=720p60
# hdmi_mode=1080i50
# hdmi_mode=1080i60
# hdmi_mode=1080p24
# hdmi_mode=1080p50
# hdmi_mode=1080p60
# hdmi_mode=2160p30
# hdmi_mode=2160p25
# hdmi_mode=2160p24

# To enable DVI compatibilty:
# disp_dvi_compat=on

# To enable CSI camera, if not enabled it will use default:
# camera_type=s5k4ec
# camera_type=ov5640

# Configure ethernet speed
eth0_speed=auto
# eth0_speed=1000
# eth0_speed=100
# eth0_speed=10

# Disable HDMI CEC
# hdmi_cec=0

# Enable experimental HDMI CEC driver
# hdmi_cec=2
pine64_lcd=on
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#37
Ok now I remember:
Code:
disp_screen0=lcd 
Pine64_LCD=On

I see you removed the # from the disp_screen1=lcd or hdmi output line - put it back.

edit: you can just # out both of those lines and copy paste what's in the code box I posted.
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#38
So that nobody can help so i will Share my uEnv.txt data here so anybody can assist with this.
The Pine dont show any screen, the screen appear with black background (with gamma and then without - after that the screen says no signal).
The Keyboard, which is connected to the Pine is on.

Used Image: android-7.1-pine-a64-tv-v0.3.5-r61
Used SD: SanDisk Ultra 32GB 98MB/sec (NEW)
Used Power Supplie (Original from Pine): 5V == 2A
Used Monitor(TV): Samsung Smart TV Full HD 58" with CEC support

Should I try another 0.3.5 image?
Is the TV image broken?

Code:
console=ttyS0,115200n8
selinux=permissive
enforcing=0
optargs=no_console_suspend
kernel_filename=kernel
initrd_filename=ramdisk.img
recovery_initrd_filename=ramdisk-recovery.img
hardware=sun50iw1p1

# INFO:
# To enable one of below options,
# uncomment them by removing # in front of name

# To use android recovery:
# Create empty file recovery.txt in root of this partition

# To enable LCD or HDMI, if not changed it will use default (experimental)
disp_screen0=hdmi
# disp_screen1=lcd or hdmi
# disp_mode=screen0 or screen1 or dualhead or xinerama or clone

# USB OTG port mode (experimental)
# otg_mode=device or host or otg
otg_mode=host

# Configure contiguous memory allocation
# This maybe required to be enlarged for 4K displays
cma=384M

# To change HDMI display mode:
# hdmi_mode=480i
# hdmi_mode=576i
# hdmi_mode=480p
# hdmi_mode=576p
# hdmi_mode=720p50
# hdmi_mode=720p60
# hdmi_mode=1080i50
# hdmi_mode=1080i60
# hdmi_mode=1080p24
# hdmi_mode=1080p50
# hdmi_mode=1080p60
# hdmi_mode=2160p30
# hdmi_mode=2160p25
# hdmi_mode=2160p24

# To enable DVI compatibilty:
# disp_dvi_compat=on

# To enable CSI camera, if not enabled it will use default:
# camera_type=s5k4ec
# camera_type=ov5640

# Configure ethernet speed
eth0_speed=auto
# eth0_speed=1000
# eth0_speed=100
# eth0_speed=10

# Disable HDMI CEC
# hdmi_cec=0

# Enable experimental HDMI CEC driver
# hdmi_cec=2
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#39
I copied your lines of code and pasted them in place of the 2 display lines that you mentioned. Still does not show anything on the lcd. HDMI runs fine. So the question still remains, where specifically in the envtxt do I put those two lines? Top? bottom? middle?
Thanks for taking the time to help me with this.
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(10-27-2017, 12:21 PM)mcrognale Wrote: I copied your lines of code and pasted them in place of the 2 display lines that you mentioned. Still does not show anything on the lcd. HDMI runs fine. So the question still remains, where specifically in the envtxt do I put those two lines? Top? bottom? middle?
Thanks for taking the time to help me with this.

Here you go, just substitute the contents of your file and save (taken from my arcade setup that I know works): https://pastebin.com/WNnksqUK
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