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== Projects ==
== Projects ==

Revision as of 01:15, 25 July 2013


How to build Linux for A10s from scratch: http://olimex.wordpress.com/2013/06/19/building-linux-for-a10s-from-scratch/


Under construction


The image in the Nand flash can be updated using the tools found at the following links:

LiveSuit official page

LiveSuit for Windows

A10S-Android is what we ship on 4GB Speed Class10 micro SD card:

A10S Android on 4GB SD-card image Touchscreen, GPIO, HDMI, WIFI support Release-1

A10S-Debian is what we ship on 4GB Speed Class10 micro SD card:

A10S Debian on 4GB SD-card image GPIO, HDMI, WIFI, LAN, USB, LCD support

A10S-Android NAND image we load on A10S-OLinuXino-MICRO-4GB:

A10S Android image for NAND flash

A10S Android 4.2.2 SDK used to generate the Android image



Under construction


Q: How to download new Android image to the NAND memory of my A10s board?

A: To repair the image on the NAND re-upload it following these steps:

1. Download, install and start LiveSuit (download location might be found above the article)

2. Hold down “BOOT/REC” button on the board

3. Connect the board to the computer via the mini connector of the USB-OTG

5. Release “BOOT/REC” button

6. You will be asked for drivers for the bootloader. Navigate to the folder where you extracted the LiveSuit and install the drivers from the respective executables (or manually point the installer to the drivers folder in the LiveSuit installation path).

7. Choose the image you have prepared or downloaded

8. Update and don't disconnect the board until the LiveSuit program confirms the update is complete