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Android Oreo 8.1 source code
#1
Hi all,
after successful download and compile, I'm facing to the problem of writing an SD card with the Android 8 Image for my Rock64 board.
Is there a script to do the task?
Anybody knows where to get info about partitioning and writing image to the SD card?
I tried Etcher, but I have no output on the console.
Although, the stock image runs fine, so seems to me definitely a partitioning problems...
Any help?
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#2
(08-07-2018, 12:59 AM)shinymetal Wrote: Hi all,
after successful download and compile, I'm facing to the problem of writing an SD card with the Android 8 Image for my Rock64 board.
Is there a script to do the task?
Anybody knows where to get info about partitioning and writing image to the SD card?
I tried Etcher, but I have no output on the console.
Although, the stock image runs fine, so seems to me definitely a partitioning problems...
Any help?

You may need the ROCKChip SD firmware tool, and I just attached on this post.


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.zip   SD_Firmware_Tool._v1.46.zip (Size: 451.49 KB / Downloads: 37)
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#3
Hi Tllim,
thank you for your reply.
I've already installed ROCKChip SD firmware tool ( I forgot to mention ), what I don't know is what to do after the make command.
I think ./mkimage.sh, but I don't know what to use to flash.
I've tried mkupdate.sh ( obtaining the update.img file ), but ROCKChip SD firmware tool says me "opening firmware failed".
So, can you kindly tell me the steps to do after the compilation?
Or can you kindly address me where to find that informations?
Regards
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#4
(08-08-2018, 06:29 AM)shinymetal Wrote: Hi Shiny,
We are also facing same problem to get packaged .img for android 8 rock64 image.
If you had the procedure , can you pls share us.


Thanks & Regards,
Mahesh .
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#5
Hi

please help me to build the android 8.1

1- need source (link)
2- need tool-chain
3- ...
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#6
(09-01-2018, 04:30 AM)ma_f66 Wrote: Hi

please help me to build the android 8.1

1- need source (link)
2- need tool-chain
3- ...

http://files.pine64.org/os/sdk/ROCK64/RO...8.1.tar.gz

(08-31-2018, 05:56 AM)burram Wrote:
(08-08-2018, 06:29 AM)shinymetal Wrote: Hi Shiny,
We are also facing same problem to get packaged .img for android 8 rock64 image.
If you had the procedure , can you pls share us.


Thanks & Regards,
Mahesh .

Hello Mahesh,
Not yet,  I'm still trying
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#7
(08-08-2018, 12:45 AM)tllim Wrote:
(08-07-2018, 12:59 AM)shinymetal Wrote: Hi all,
after successful download and compile, I'm facing to the problem of writing an SD card with the Android 8 Image for my Rock64 board.
Is there a script to do the task?
Anybody knows where to get info about partitioning and writing image to the SD card?
I tried Etcher, but I have no output on the console.
Although, the stock image runs fine, so seems to me definitely a partitioning problems...
Any help?

You may need the ROCKChip SD firmware tool, and I just attached on this post.

ROCKChip SD firmware tool format sd update format not work,i want to know how to create a raw img for boot from sd card,could you give me some help thank you very much
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#8
not sure if im in the right area hopefully someone can direct me, i would like to add an audio api to the version of android for the rock64 and just need a little guidance, i tried seeking assistance on xda but have not got an answer
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#9
Anyone that can upload a zip of the device/rockchip folder?
I modified something and need the originals files.
I can't download a whole 60GB tar zip again I deleted.

Why doesn't Pine upload everything to Github, it would make everything easier.
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#10
(02-09-2019, 01:21 PM)Blinky Wrote: Anyone that can upload a zip of the device/rockchip folder?
I modified something and need the originals files.
I can't download a whole 60GB tar zip again I deleted.

Why doesn't Pine upload everything to Github, it would make everything easier.

https://transfer.sh/AuR6N/rockchip.zip
There you go

Did you manage to successfully boot android oreo from the sources provided by pine?
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