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H3Droid - Android image developed specifically to work on Allwinner H3 devices

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Published in 2018-3-4 17:57:55 | Show all floors
Hi,
a few bugs:
1. USB DAC is all playing at 32kHz
2. The audio output always switches to USB after reboot, even if you set HDMI
3. Time does not synchronize after waking up
4. Wake up from the IR remote in 2 clicks: first click - 3 short flashes LAN diode, 1 long flash - if not make a second click on ir remote - the Orange will not wake up.

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Published in 2018-3-21 01:42:19 | Show all floors
Hi guys, maybe this question has already been asked, is there any plans to support HEVC in H3Droid ?

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Published in 2018-3-21 03:39:39 | Show all floors
@zet_lab,   4k(i) and 2k(p) @60 are supported , some 2k h265 samples there http://www.libde265.org/downloads-videos/
( of course you need ram >= 512MiB )
These aren't the Droids you're looking for. . .You look for H3Droid !

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Published in 2018-3-21 23:40:18 | Show all floors
pmpp replied at 2018-3-21 03:39
@zet_lab,   4k(i) and 2k(p) @60 are supported , some 2k h265 samples there http://www.libde265.org/d ...

I'm interested in HEVC 10bit, I can not run it at all

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Published in 2018-3-22 04:11:24 | Show all floors
HEVC 10bits is meant for hdmi 2.0+ and hdcp 2.2 hardware display systems, which are obviously not for a cheap H3 pipeline.
These aren't the Droids you're looking for. . .You look for H3Droid !

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Published in 2018-3-30 00:09:55 from mobile | Show all floors
hany chance to have a usable h3droid based on android7???thanks for your hard work!!!

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Published in 2018-3-30 17:42:49 | Show all floors
thank you for this release it's work on my opi pc

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Published in 2018-4-8 00:35:26 | Show all floors
Hi ,  I am currently running h3droid on my orange pi pc plus . I attached a i2c device to the board . when i run  "i2cdetect -r -y 0"  it gives correct output as

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but when i send a write command  i2cset -y 0 0x1b 0x0b 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x01 i   , it executes but  nothing happens  

could someone please point my mistake , what do i need to do to get the write command to work  . Thank you for the help

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Published in 2018-4-8 01:03:39 | Show all floors
lack of info, what is that device? what is that command supposed to do?
dissatisfied with android on your H3 device? try again with https://h3droid.com/

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Published in 2018-4-8 01:49:09 | Show all floors
kotcza replied at 2018-4-8 01:03
lack of info, what is that device? what is that command supposed to do?

the device is DLP2000 EVM  projector module from texas instruments ,  and the command is supposed to change the projector output from internal splash screen  to test pattern mode .

these are the set of commands that work  correctly when connected  to the i2c pins of raspberry pi ,
RGB666 >> i2cset -y 3 0x1b 0x0d 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x01 i
Test Pattern Mode >> i2cset -y 3 0x1b 0x0b 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x01 i
Grey Ramp Select >> i2cset -y 3 0x1b 0x11 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x0C i


the same commands i am trying  by connecting to an orange pi pc plus  i2c pins  but its not working.
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