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

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 Author| Published in 2017-6-2 10:44:09 | Show all floors
Edited by TheLinuxBug at 2017-6-2 10:45

In H3Droid version 1.2.7 we are happy to introduce H3resc!

H3resc is our new rescue mode which introduces the H3Droid upgrade feature and much more!




We invite you to visit the informational page we have made to tell about H3resc and all its features!



Please let us know any feedback about usage/bugs/etc so that we may continue to improve it!


Cheers!


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Published in 2017-6-2 22:57:00 | Show all floors
TheLinuxBug replied at 2017-6-2 10:44
In H3Droid version 1.2.7 we are happy to introduce H3resc!  
H3resc is our new rescue mode which int ...

Hi Just tried out the new 27 update and its running great on my opi+2e, noticed speed improvement and better display straight away.

Please disregard my earier post about power button not working. It was me having an idiot moment and confusing the fex button and power button.

Loving your work.

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Published in 2017-6-3 15:55:54 | Show all floors
Hello. It's very nice to see that you've also implemented Orange Pi Zero uboot file and the H3Resc menu in the latest version.
However, I have problems running it on my board.

So the Orange Pi Zero board doesn't have a dedicated power button, the only way to switch it off/on is by plugging the power source in/out.
However, every time I want to boot H3Droid on the board, the system thinks that I'm holding the power button (which does not exist), and automatically boots into H3Resc.
There is just no way to boot into the actual Android system, because the reboot command (either the "reboot to resc" and the simple "reboot" option) also takes me back to the rescue menu.

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 Author| Published in 2017-6-3 21:03:11 | Show all floors
Edited by TheLinuxBug at 2017-6-3 21:07

Hello @robi217

Actually we have seen this bug before, since you are already in rescue this should be easy to fix.

First select #25 from the H3resc menu, then make the following modification:

if test "${bootlinu}" = "1"; then
TO
if test "${bootlinu}" = "2"; then

Save (which should auto rebuild it for you)  and then reboot the board.  This should take you into H3Droid instead of H3resc.   The only downfall is you will not be able to enter H3resc again without mounting the card in another system or inside Android and reverting the changes to boot.cmd.

If you have any problems with this, please visit us on IRC!

Cheers!

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Published in 2017-6-12 21:13:36 | Show all floors
Hello,
I have problems with H3resc too. On OeangePi Lite there is a power button, but board allways boot into H3resc. I tryed the suggested by @TheLinuxBug changes but without success. (if test "${bootlinu}" = "2"; then). I tryed and value "0" but there was no effect.
Help, Please
Thanks
Ivan

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Published in 2017-6-13 13:33:06 | Show all floors
Edited by kotcza at 2017-6-13 07:49

remember to run: ./make.boot.scr (or ./boot.scr.make depends on h3resc version) because boot.cmd has to be prepared further (think of them as a source and 'compiled' binary). in 1.2.8+ there will be working menu option to ease that and also additional option to disable gpio button check (but that would also disable easy bootmenu on opi0/1.

dissatisfied with android on your H3 device? try again with https://h3droid.com/

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Published in 2017-6-17 02:11:18 | Show all floors
ihmgsm replied at 2017-6-12 21:13
Hello,
I have problems with H3resc too. On OeangePi Lite there is a power button, but board allways  ...

When you create image for OPi Lite select uboot for OPi PC and fex forOPi Lite.
Working for me!

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Published in 2017-6-17 11:00:27 | Show all floors
por fazer faça uma imagens para windons

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Published in 2017-6-18 16:22:22 | Show all floors
Hi , I am trying to write the img  , I donot have a linux system but I have a raspberry pi with me and i connected a usb sdcard reader to it and located the sdcard as /dev/sdb1 . then I tried to follow the instructions and when I execute 10_init_new_card.sh  i get the error  cant get size of /dev/sdb1. could someone please guide . thanks

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Published in 2017-6-18 22:19:21 | Show all floors
@flyingbaloon  hi , you need to point OUTDEV at the whole card /dev/sdb,  not /dev/sdb1 wich is only a smaller part of it.
These aren't the Droids you're looking for. . .You look for H3Droid !
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