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

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Published in 2017-10-29 15:27:09 | Show all floors
please read the http://h3droid.com/faq
dissatisfied with android on your H3 device? try again with https://h3droid.com/

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Published in 2017-10-30 07:16:18 from mobile | Show all floors
tried version 1.3.2 on orange pi pc. the box will auto shut down after continuously  playing video for about 20 minutes. anyone  else observing what i had observed?

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Published in 2017-10-30 12:47:07 | Show all floors
goondu replied at 2017-10-30 00:16
tried version 1.3.2 on orange pi pc. the box will auto shut down after continuously  playing video f ...

Hi goondu , what type of video were you playing ( size / video AND audio codec ) and with what software ( spmc, tvdplayer, ... ? ) . If your board is in a case : has it a heatsink and/or a fan , and would you mind to try outside of case then ?
As a general rules software crashes  happen in less than a minute.  memory leaks or hardware crashes on the long run.

These aren't the Droids you're looking for. . .You look for H3Droid !

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Published in 2017-10-30 18:59:54 | Show all floors
pmpp replied at 2017-10-30 12:47
Hi goondu , what type of video were you playing ( size / video AND audio codec ) and with what sof ...

Thanks for your response.My OrangePi PC was housed and tested in a casing.
I am now stress testing the video streaming with another OrangePi PC board [without a casing] with another sdcard. I will update my observation.


My first OrangePi PC board [with a casing] was now not with me, so I can't do further test. However the following were observed:
a. that the red on board led light will flicker every few seconds. [Unlike my second board, whereby I always have a solid green on board led light]
b. the video stop after continuously play for approximately 20 minutes [can only make further test, once I have the first board back]

I had streamed both live TV [via an Android app] and movies [via UC browser], and in both instances, the streaming will stop after having continuously played for a while. The casing is noticably warm.

Thanks



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Published in 2017-10-31 20:03:06 | Show all floors
Hi , I am using the official 5 inch lcd on orange pi pc plus . Could someone please guide me about how to get a touchscreen module  to work with it  . Please give me details about the touchscreen drivers that are supported in h3droid  and the connections if possible . Thank you for your help

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Published in 2017-11-1 09:07:00 | Show all floors
Hi, @flyingbaloon for such tech advice you may want to come on webchat (or freenode irc #H3Droid )  we are reluctant to post links here about hardware since some screens accessories vendors are scammers.
Please specify the number of simultaneous fingers for touchscreen 1 ( resistive ) 5/10(capacitive) these are (very) different technologies and prices ...
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Published in 2017-11-6 09:51:04 from mobile | Show all floors
why when using it on nanopi m1, the screen can't  go full screen? anyway to make the display full screen?

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Published in 2017-11-6 12:18:06 | Show all floors
Edited by pmpp at 2017-11-6 08:04
goondu replied at 2017-11-6 02:51
why when using it on nanopi m1, the screen can't  go full screen? anyway to make the display full sc ...

Hi, Could you describe the screen and possibly a give pointing where you bought it ?
Decent HDMI display have scalers units and they always manage full screen.         

As a general rule : AVOID 7" 800x480 SCREENS that have no scaler and make black borders.  H3Droid is 16/9 16/10 only and we don't have funding to buy some and try to support them.


PS: i know it is a warm nice place here and all but maybe http://www.friendlyarm.com/Forum/viewtopic.php?f=50&t=655 is more suited for nanopi :p, btw funding remark apply to nanopi boards too.
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Published in 2017-11-9 18:05:53 | Show all floors
Edited by shevan86 at 2017-11-9 18:14

Hi. Great project. Thank you!

I have a problem with orange pi+2e. Android does not boot when the power fails or when I turn off the power. An empty pink screen is displayed. Reboot is normal (Only until the problem occurs).
I use an HDMI to VGA adapter.

The latest version of the h3droid script and all the previous ones.

I would really appreciate your help.

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Published in 2017-11-9 19:42:39 | Show all floors
Edited by pmpp at 2017-11-9 12:44

Hi @shevan86, juste paste the content of pastebin text in a file called /data/rc.local  to fix the pink screen problem :

https://pastebin.com/raw/08mTkFH0
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