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PAndroid_4.4.2 for all OPI PC users with all USB port, Wifi working andmany more

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Post time 2016-8-25 03:35:11 | Show all posts
How to expand filesystem?

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Post time 2016-8-26 06:14:28 | Show all posts
Edited by chupo_cro at 2016-8-26 06:32
fedsal replied at 2016-6-27 09:05
is anyone success to install into emmc 8gb - Orange Pi PC Plus ?
will this fit to 8gb emmc?

Yes, it is possible to burn the image onto the 8 GB SD card. Here is how it can be done on Windows:

1. Try to write the image onto the SD card using Win32DiskImager.

Note: Since even SD cards from the very same manufacturing batch may differ in the number of available sectors, if your SD card has less available sectors than SD card from which was created the image - Win32DiskImager will display an error similar to:

  1. Write Error
  2. Not enough space on disk: Size: 15759360 sectors Available: 15523840 sectors Sector size: 512
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The number 15759360 is how many sectors were available on my SanDisk Ultra 8 GB SD card, your number will probably not be the same.

2. Calculate how many bytes SD card has:

  1. 15523840 * 512 = 7948206080 bytes
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To check if we can use such calculation, calculate the file size of the image file using the data from the error report:

  1. 15759360 * 512 = 8068792320 bytes
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Right click on the file Android_Root_8GB.img, choose Properties and you will see the very same number (8068792320 bytes). That means - if we reduce the file size to 15523840 sectors, it will exactly fit onto the SD card (again: your number will likely be different).

3. Download the command line program trunc.exe and put it in the same folder with the image file.

File size is only 7 KB.

4. Make the backup copy of the image file (just in case if you calculate/enter wrong number)

5. Open command prompt and move to the folder containing the image file and trunc.exe

6. Type trunc and press Enter to see the instructions. Now you can type the command to truncate the image file to the size of your SD card:

  1. trunc Android_Root_8GB.img 7948206080
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You will, of course, enter the number you calculated before.

7. Now you can write the truncated image file.

The reason we are allowed to just cut the file is because the end of the image are just zero bytes anyway and because the data is raw (no headers --> no need to recalculate some data, checksum etc.).

And now for the bad news:

- The image is pretty much the same as the original image sun8iw7p1_android_dolphin-p1_uart0.img (2015-08-25) from the official download page.
- Kodi is not 16.0 but is 15.1 (as in the just mentioned old image)
- I did not find any ROMs for the emulators, just emulators (as in the old image)
- After each boot there are new .log files created in /sdcard folder which quickly fill all available free space - just as in the old image. Here is the thread where I described the problem a few months ago.

There is a new boot screen and the image is rooted but everything else is the same as in sun8iw7p1_android_dolphin-p1_uart0.img

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Post time 2016-8-27 21:57:05 From the mobile phone | Show all posts
I installed to 16g sd, windisk, opi plus 2e.no wifi or ethernet. Everything else is perect. Is there a way to get driver from emmc android and install in pandroid ?

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Post time 2016-8-29 06:17:13 From the mobile phone | Show all posts
I installed to opi+2e. No wifi. Anyone help ?

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Post time 2016-9-3 08:19:03 From the mobile phone | Show all posts
So far,pre installed android works best

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Post time 2016-9-24 00:25:22 | Show all posts
my card is 7.46gb this image is 7.51gb ? can you create a smaller image ?

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Post time 2016-9-25 06:01:14 From the mobile phone | Show all posts
Is there a way to change size of partition as using 16gb card but only 8gb shows

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Post time 2016-10-8 18:38:18 | Show all posts
WiFi dongle Mediatek vid 148F pid 7601 - no work
Can be corrected? Support will be?

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Post time 2016-10-8 21:54:56 | Show all posts
Edited by giaur500 at 2016-10-8 21:56

Aren't you bored guys? What's the point? You keep asking about Android, but the fact is that all ports are a crap. Useless, buggy, slow. Nothing newer than 4.4.2 and never be. I suggest to stop waste your time. There is nothing usable exists. Buggy, crappy, slow as hell, old KitKat, no, thanks.
Also, to be clear - there is no support for anything. Don't even try to ask

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Post time 2016-10-9 04:47:53 | Show all posts
giaur500
What gives you a new android? What he can do on the old hardware? You ask stupid questions.
New android not cook you coffee. For my tasks - viewing online videos and TV - I have enough old android.
Would you like the new version? Buy new equipment.
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