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Stock Android Oreo 8.1 release
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The ROCK64 stock version Android Oreo ver 8,1 for microSD boot just released and here is the PINE64 wiki site download link: http://wiki.pine64.org/index.php/ROCK64_...ndroid_8.x

Here is the ROCK64 stock version Android Oreo ver 8,1 for eMMC boot download link: http://wiki.pine64.org/index.php/ROCK64_...d_8.x_eMMC

The ROCK64 Android Oreo ver8.1 SDK currently unloading to file server. However, this is a 67GB file and will takes some time on file uploading.
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(06-24-2018, 04:47 PM)tllim Wrote: The ROCK64 stock version Android Oreo ver 8,1 for microSD boot just released and here is the PINE64 wiki site download link: http://wiki.pine64.org/index.php/ROCK64_...ndroid_8.x

Here is the ROCK64 stock version Android Oreo ver 8,1 for eMMC  boot download link: http://wiki.pine64.org/index.php/ROCK64_...d_8.x_eMMC

The ROCK64 Android Oreo ver8.1 SDK currently unloading to file server. However, this is a 67GB file and will takes some time on file uploading.

Won't it be easier to upload to Gitlab or Bitbucket?
If planning to upload a tarball file then the git history can be removed since users won't be able to view it and the file size will only be ±15GB then.
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#3
Just a heads-up, looks like the eMMC boot image is iffy on some boards. In other words, it may not work 100%. SD boot works fine however.
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#4
(06-25-2018, 01:48 PM)Luke Wrote: Just a heads-up, looks like the eMMC boot image is iffy on some boards. In other words, it may not work 100%. SD boot works fine however.

When I try to flash the emmc image it says it's an invalid image.  When I try to flash the sd card image, it says something to the effect of there isn't a boot partition in the image.  I can flash the emmc image for 7.1.2 perfectly fine. Any ideas on what could be the issue?
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#5
Will there also be Android TV image?
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#6
(06-26-2018, 01:07 AM)roberthr Wrote: Will there also be Android TV image?

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Why people  alway not enough , just  released Android 8.1 , quickly to want need android tv ?
only pine64 can do it . Big Grin

too greed
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#7
(06-26-2018, 07:47 AM)joe Wrote:
(06-26-2018, 01:07 AM)roberthr Wrote: Will there also be Android TV image?

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Why people  alway not enough , just  released Android 8.1 , quickly to want need android tv ?
only pine64 can do it . Big Grin

too greed

I was just asking, not requesting. I have read that Android TV is dead with Oreo, so maybe devs have more infos.
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#8
Perhaps ayufan will build an ATV image. That said, whats wrong with the current ATV (A7.1)?
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#9
(06-25-2018, 03:56 AM)Blinky Wrote:
(06-24-2018, 04:47 PM)tllim Wrote: The ROCK64 stock version Android Oreo ver 8,1 for microSD boot just released and here is the PINE64 wiki site download link: http://wiki.pine64.org/index.php/ROCK64_...ndroid_8.x

Here is the ROCK64 stock version Android Oreo ver 8,1 for eMMC  boot download link: http://wiki.pine64.org/index.php/ROCK64_...d_8.x_eMMC

The ROCK64 Android Oreo ver8.1 SDK currently unloading to file server. However, this is a 67GB file and will takes some time on file uploading.

Won't it be easier to upload to Gitlab or Bitbucket?
If planning to upload a tarball file then the git history can be removed since users won't be able to view it and the file size will only be ±15GB then.

This SDK derives from Rockchip BSP and prefer only post on PINE64 wiki site. If Rockchip decided to contribute on Gitlab, that is their decision.
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#10
play store did not work for me. error message states the play store app installed with the build was not compatible with the device. error message states to uninstall updates however that option is not present. tried updating to newer play store but that did not work. also, the security update is as of feb 2018. for a build compiled on what looks like last week.
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