[Feb 26] Recalbox beta v3.1- Rock64 |[Feb 26] Recalbox 190222- RockPro64 / Minimal Debian by mrfixit2001 - 190222 - RockPro64 |[Feb 26] Q4OS 2.7-r2 - Pinebook 1080P / Pinebook |[Feb 22] Batocera Linux 5.20-20190121- RockPro64 | [Feb 19] Manjaro KDE 19.02 / Manjaro LXQT 19.02 - Pinebook1080P / Pinebook | [Feb 19] Slackware Aarch64 Miniroot and XFCE 20190201 - RockPro | [Feb 19] Slackware Aarch64 Miniroot and XFCE 20190201 - Rock64

Project Inspiration | Get Started | IRC Logs | Forum Rules/Policy


STOCK Android OS build released
#31
Updated Stock Android 7.1.2 (20180809) [DD method] for eMMC boot release on Wiki and Pine64 Installer
Updated Stock Android 7.1.2 (20180920) [DD method] for Micro SD Card boot release on Wiki and Pine64 Installer
Updated Stock Android 7.1.2 (20180809) [RK Flash tool method] release on Wiki
Reply
#32
(11-19-2018, 08:26 AM)pineadmin Wrote: Updated Stock Android 7.1.2 (20180809) [DD method] for eMMC boot release on Wiki and Pine64 Installer
Updated Stock Android 7.1.2 (20180920) [DD method] for Micro SD Card boot release on Wiki and Pine64 Installer
Updated Stock Android 7.1.2 (20180809) [RK Flash tool method] release on Wiki

Where can we download the newest SDK?
I think the SDK on Wiki is not for Rockpro64.
Reply
#33
(11-19-2018, 08:26 AM)pineadmin Wrote: Updated Stock Android 7.1.2 (20180809) [DD method] for eMMC boot release on Wiki and Pine64 Installer
Updated Stock Android 7.1.2 (20180920) [DD method] for Micro SD Card boot release on Wiki and Pine64 Installer
Updated Stock Android 7.1.2 (20180809) [RK Flash tool method] release on Wiki
Any release notes, any difference with 08-05-15, any stability, clock differences why would I want to change to that one? playstore or root compatibility for new one? asking cause ive flashed all versions of linux and 08-05-15 so far has been the most stable os for me as far as releases go, use aptiode and amazon store for apps and want to know if its worth trying?
Reply
#34
(11-24-2018, 02:18 AM)NightCrawler504 Wrote:
(11-19-2018, 08:26 AM)pineadmin Wrote: Updated Stock Android 7.1.2 (20180809) [DD method] for eMMC boot release on Wiki and Pine64 Installer
Updated Stock Android 7.1.2 (20180920) [DD method] for Micro SD Card boot release on Wiki and Pine64 Installer
Updated Stock Android 7.1.2 (20180809) [RK Flash tool method] release on Wiki
Any release notes, any difference with 08-05-15, any stability, clock differences why would I want to change to that one? playstore or root compatibility for new one? asking cause ive flashed all versions of linux and 08-05-15 so far has been the most stable os for me as far as releases go, use aptiode and amazon store for apps and want to know if its worth trying?
To answer myself, same kernel, same security patch, no playstore baked in, or compatibility, no root , only difference is a built in test app that's in Chinese and different internet browser and some personalization menu options, in the few minutes I tried it I'd say 08-05-15 is more stable, that's my experience, don't get why it's on forum highlight news. That build has been around for months. I picked the most stable over the newest.
Reply
#35
(11-25-2018, 12:33 AM)NightCrawler504 Wrote:
(11-24-2018, 02:18 AM)NightCrawler504 Wrote:
(11-19-2018, 08:26 AM)pineadmin Wrote: Updated Stock Android 7.1.2 (20180809) [DD method] for eMMC boot release on Wiki and Pine64 Installer
Updated Stock Android 7.1.2 (20180920) [DD method] for Micro SD Card boot release on Wiki and Pine64 Installer
Updated Stock Android 7.1.2 (20180809) [RK Flash tool method] release on Wiki
Any release notes, any difference with 08-05-15, any stability, clock differences why would I want to change to that one? playstore or root compatibility for new one? asking cause ive flashed all versions of linux and 08-05-15 so far has been the most stable os for me as far as releases go, use aptiode and amazon store for apps and want to know if its worth trying?
To answer myself, same kernel, same security patch, no playstore baked in, or compatibility, no root , only difference is a built in test app that's in Chinese and different internet browser and some personalization menu options, in the few minutes I tried it I'd say 08-05-15 is more stable, that's my experience, don't get why it's on forum highlight news. That build has been around for months. I picked the most stable over the newest.

new builds added camera module and LCD panel support.
Reply
#36
(11-29-2018, 04:10 AM)tllim Wrote: new builds added camera module and LCD panel support.

K, thanks for the clarification, any chance google play and root access are part of future builds, are there going to be future Builds? Android is the most stable os for the board atm, cant say if linux will ever be able to pick up so maybe a more polished version of android will help?

At least with android i use it currently as a media box, still seems choppy even in comparison to a cheap tvbox but at least i can say its usable, really sort of dissapointed with sbc performance to date and if linux wont be picking up soon at least in my opinion the community would thank that it can serve as a small media box in the meantime.

Really Android although not linux can give most of the use case scenarios so if linux is far away from being able to achieve a good working performance at least give us a good android experience.

I'm hopeful to say now that Armbian came into the picture maybe things start to pick up, oh well in the meantime i guess its just wait and see, im really curios to know why these rk3399 are being such a pain, with so many around you would think they should be some good, oh well again hope Armbian community can help us pick up the pace.
Reply
#37
Hi
USB Adapter wifi and Bluetooth not working. What should I do for it. No support for Andorid 7.1?
Reply


Possibly Related Threads...
Thread Author Replies Views Last Post
  Source code Android pececitozipi 26 2,274 Yesterday, 09:23 PM
Last Post: cloakmode
  Dual monitor (LCD + HDMI) with Android saviod 0 41 03-21-2019, 12:15 AM
Last Post: saviod
  Need help installing Android on RockPro64 Pitcrawler 14 1,143 02-18-2019, 07:52 PM
Last Post: daidokoro
  Android build target arch Zoltan 0 140 01-03-2019, 03:40 PM
Last Post: Zoltan
  Help Building Android Kernel cocoastorm 1 177 12-20-2018, 02:50 PM
Last Post: cocoastorm
  Install Playstore on Android 8.1.0 Domo 3 1,195 12-14-2018, 06:18 AM
Last Post: molnar
  Android 8.1 Released Luke 15 2,183 12-14-2018, 04:57 AM
Last Post: p12
Lightbulb REQUEST: Guide to build Android images for SD / eMMC. duckkcud 0 218 11-18-2018, 08:11 PM
Last Post: duckkcud
  Install Playstore on Android 7.1.2 Domo 3 826 11-16-2018, 08:12 PM
Last Post: Domo
  Flashing android to eMMC from linux sd card boot nlem 1 430 10-05-2018, 06:51 PM
Last Post: nlem

Forum Jump:


Users browsing this thread: 1 Guest(s)