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Published in 2023-8-22 03:38:38 | Show all floors |Read mode
Installed with succes on my opi 5 plus with RkdevTool on my emmc storage. Nothing boot after installation.

Same with android images from the website. Please, can you provide a detailed how to to install orange pi os (droid) on emmc on the orange pi 5 plus.
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Published in 2023-8-24 16:58:12 | Show all floors
yes it happen to me, any advice

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 Author| Published in 2023-8-24 19:21:13 | Show all floors
This post was finally edited by Celestino at 2023-8-24 12:59
pocaxPublished in 2023-8-24 09:58
yes it happen to me, any advice

I'm looking for it every day, if I found I'll share it here.
I've asked to many youtubers folks, and no one know.
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Published in 2023-8-28 17:46:51 | Show all floors
yes same, can you boot armbian? mine, can`t boot android and armbian to, but other linux distro was okay.

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pocaxPublished in 2023-8-28 10:46
yes same, can you boot armbian? mine, can`t boot android and armbian to, but other linux distro was  ...

Yes, armbian work, from sd at last.
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Published in 2023-8-29 11:56:56 | Show all floors
my board can`t boot armbian, its goes hang and screen flicker, already post on armbian forum, and somebody suggest change hdmi,display resolution even that cable.. im going to debug using uart what happen to android and armbian.

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 Author| Published in 2023-9-4 05:52:09 | Show all floors
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                        | OrangePi 5 plus - how flash android on EMMC storage |
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I highly recommend you to not use orange pi OS, very unstable, prefer android image instead (few issues but it's quite fine).
I've tested this with "Android/Android 12/SD Card-EMMC Image/OrangePi5Plus_RK3588_Android12_v1.0.1.tar.gz"
from http://www.orangepi.org/html/har ... ange-Pi-5-plus.html


Content of the tar :
- DriverAssitant_v5.12
- MiniLoader - what is needed for burning Linux images
- RKDevTool_v3.15_for_window
- OrangePi 5 Plus RK3588 user manual v1.5.1
- this read-me



1) Clear SPIFlash (p123-124 of manual)
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In "Android and Linux image writing tool-RKDevTool and driver\DriverAssitant_v5.12"
Launch 'DriverInstall.exe' to install the drivers

In "Android and Linux image writing tool-RKDevTool and driver\RKDevTool_v3.15_for_window"
Launch "RKDevTool.exe"

On the SBC, connect usb-c to your computer, then with a pen homd button maskrom (close to the usb c port) then connect power supply to it.

In the windows "RKDevTool" at the bottom now you can see "Found One MASKROM Device"

Go in the tab "Advanced Function" & click on the "..." to the left of "Download" (the first line "Boot")

in "Android and Linux image writing tool-RKDevTool and driver\MiniLoader - what is needed for burning Linux images\"

Select "MiniLoaderAll.bin" and click on "Download"

In the list, choose "5. SPINOR"
and choose "Switch Storage" and "Erase All"

In the output section you will see "Erasing sectors success" when the SPIFlash will be erased
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2) Install Android on EMMC (p100 of manual / p47 for a linux distribution)
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If it don't boot after installation do Step 1 "1 Clear SPIFlash" first.

Download an android image from :
http://www.orangepi.org/html/har ... ange-Pi-5-plus.html

If it's for a TV : OrangePi5Plus-RK3588_Android12-box_v1.0.0.tar.gz
if it's for a computer (support 8K) : OrangePi5Plus_RK3588_Android12_v1.0.1.tar.gz

With 7-zip extract the .gz file then the .tar file
you will get a file like this :
OrangePi5Plus-RK3588_Android12-box_v1.0.0.img

In "Android and Linux image writing tool-RKDevTool and driver\DriverAssitant_v5.12"
Launch 'DriverInstall.exe' to install the drivers

In "Android and Linux image writing tool-RKDevTool and driver\RKDevTool_v3.15_for_window"
Launch "RKDevTool.exe"

On the SBC, connect usb-c to your computer, then with a pen homd button maskrom (close to the usb c port) then connect power supply to it.

In the windows "RKDevTool" at the bottom now you can see "Found One MASKROM Device"

Go in the tab "Upgrade Firmware" & click on "Firmware", then choose your android .img file like
OrangePi5Plus-RK3588_Android12-box_v1.0.0.img

Then click on "Upgrade", the SBC will automatically restart & boot on android.


-> If you have error while flashing firmware you have to manually erase every partitions from you emmc, you can do it from ubuntu / tf card, with gparted. Then retry step n°2 (no need to mess with spi flash again).

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Published in 2023-10-12 01:23:50 | Show all floors
CelestinoPublished in 2023-9-3 18:52
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Isn't this command simpler for clearing the SPI?

sudo dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/mtdblock0 bs=1M count=1
Or using nand-sata-install?

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Published in 2023-10-23 03:50:28 | Show all floors
FrederikSchackPublished in 2023-10-12 01:23
Isn't this command simpler for clearing the SPI?

sudo dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/mtdblock0 bs=1M cou ...

Android does not work in mine

Orange Pi 5 Plus 16GB 256GB eMMC
Original Power adapter 5V 4

Test:
Opi Droid, Android 12 and Android 12 box
burn SD with SDDiskTool_v1.72 in both modes "SD Boot" and "Firmware Upgrade"
burn eMMC with RKDevTool_Release_v3.15
None of the tests worked, it only shows the logo and the LED stops flashing and remains red,
sometimes shows other logo with the word 'Erasing' then reboot and hang
I tried it with two different monitors, power supplys and hdmi cables
clearing SPIFlash before test, following instruccions from manual (2.14. How to use RKDevTool to clear SPIFlash)

Opi OS Arch and Ubuntu work fine, openFyde works not that fine.
What to do?
Bye


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Published in 2023-11-11 00:00:44 | Show all floors
randy12Published in 2023-10-23 03:50
Android does not work in mine

Orange Pi 5 Plus 16GB 256GB eMMC

Download SPI-NVME and eMMC/SD card images for Android

First enter MaskROM, Flash eMMC image using RKDevTool 2nd "Upgrade Firmware" tab, but can't boot at this time

Extract the SPI-NVME firmware img file using the 3rd "Advanced Features" tab - Firmware - ... (open the img file) - Unzip

Enter MaskROM, go to the 2nd "Upgrade Firmware" tab, flash the extracted Output\entry1_update.img in the RKDevTool folder (2_update item can be ignored)

It now boots Android from eMMC if no SD card or NVMe drive is installed. I can also insert my SD card and run Linux if needed.



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