How to create image for android from source that can be loaded to NAND flash.

Started by biniyas, February 21, 2013, 07:12:05 am

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biniyas

Can you please tell me how can i create image to load ( in NAND flash) android from the Android SDK given in the Olimex site ?

bernard

Image is created using the A13-SDK (large archive) -- a long Android compilation running on Linux. Search the product pages/wiki/forum for info. I am not sure what is the "final" utility used to assemble the .img but I assume that can be found in the A13-SDK with some digging.  "LiveSuit" and "PhoenixCard" are ways to get that .img flashed in the nand. Also the http://linux-sunxi.org community site has some good info.

Hope that helps.

JohnS

Dig a round a bit as I think some needs 64-bit host OS.

This is not a terribly dire process but you should not think it is a trivial task.  Are you sure you need to do it...

John

murerten

Search this forum for words like sdk, android, ubuntu. This is explained in many subjects. But make sure you have 4 or 8 GB ram and 50 gb storage. It takes so much time. Also check this subject:

https://www.olimex.com/forum/index.php?topic=57