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Author: Dav_Daddy

Ranked Listing of Android ROMS for each Orange Pi version

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Post time 2016-4-28 07:05:16 | Show all posts
Edited by barquerito at 2016-4-28 07:07

about Orange_PI_ PC  and MMK_V1 (tronfy x2) see:

http://www.orangepi.org/orangepi ... 2212&fromuid=158135

(please update the list: android MMK_V1 image for Orange_PI_ PC works fine and all USB ports are operating)

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Post time 2016-5-5 02:53:07 | Show all posts
theguyuk replied at 2016-4-28 19:01
Has anyone found a good version for the Orange pi one?

http://www.orangepi.org/orangepi ... 1403&extra=page%3D1 This thread is where I got my firmware. Still waiting to see if anyone has similar bugs I posted in this thread. Works pretty good for there being minimal alternative. Root doesn't work for me though. D:

EDIT: Also I would have liked to see an Opi One ranking considering how awful zidoo runs on Opi One. That and it's hard to configure and once you do it's slower than sin.

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Post time 2016-8-27 20:19:19 | Show all posts
What about the PAndroid image released recently?

Also, i'd like to see a comparison of the CPU voltages used as i think this will help getting lower temperatures.

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Post time 2017-8-23 20:33:41 | Show all posts
Hey guys, what about OPI Lite? I have run H3Droid and its OK but i think could be more stable. I am interested in this Beelink that looks like super stable ROM, somebody tried it on OPiLite?

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Post time 2017-8-26 09:11:27 | Show all posts
Edited by TheLinuxBug at 2017-8-26 09:15

@rakovm Can you please explain what you mean by 'more stable'?  We test these images on all the boards we state in the F.A.Q. are fully supported and no one else has mentioned any issues.  If you are having problems we welcome you to post in our thread or visit our IRC chat room and we will be happy to to take your feedback and help you get things to a point where they are stable.

I bet if you were to review H3Droid against a lot of the mentioned images you would find it runs much more performant and more stable than most of the images.  We actually use Armbian's fexes and in some cases slight modifications to DRAM for the most stable setting.  If you are seeing instability come by our chat and we will walk you through setting your DRAM setting lower which will reduce heat and provide a more stable platform for you. While not absolutely necessary, for best performance, we do suggest at least a heatsink for your H3 as we try to get the most out of the board and in some cases this could lead to thermal throttling without a heatsink.

Also, you want to be careful with running some of these images on boards they are not meant to be run on because some have DRAM settings set way too high, which causes overheating.  Some images also do not handle  thermal throttling correctly, which can lead to overheating and shorten the life of your board.

Cheers!
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