Does anyone have an Android 6.0 Marshmallow image?
One option is the AOSP reference platform build for the Dragonboard 410c although this is a developer preview rather than a final release and does have a number of known issues.
See https://github.com/linaro/documentation/wiki/Reference-Platform-DragonBoard%E2%84%A2-410c-Home if you are interested.
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There is a new Android 6.0 Marshmallow Image? If no,
What are the procedures for me to upgrade my DB-410c version from 5.1.1 to 6.0.0?
I get the android image(dragonboard410c_sdcard_install_android-128.zip) from https://builds.96boards.org/snapshots/dragonboard410c/qualcomm/android/128/,flash it into 410c emmc,the os can boot,(you must use the HMDI monitor, but not used hdmi-dvi monitor). the kernel log will show some warning messages, miss them.
Be careful I did read a lot of users complaining about that version 128 (as well as others for 118). The one that made all agreed is that the version 99 is stable.I was at Connect last month and have seen the Android version 7 (nougat) running on the DragonBoard. I thing this will be worse to wait for it
You heard about problems with #128 on this forum or somewhere else? I think there was one person on this forum who had problems with #128 but IIRC I struggled to gather enough information to conclude whether to file its as a regression versus 16.03 .
Hello Daniel,Sorry I did not mean to discredit the #128 and to be fair I probably have seen the same one but here is the thread: https://discuss.96boards.org/t/android-on-96boards-faq/650/20At least 2 users have found a problem.The #118 I read a lot of users having hanging OS.You know more about these version than I do.My message was: if someone want to use a good version and does not want to troubleshoot Android, the #99 is recommended. This was my message.
No need to worry about discrediting. You use Android on DB410C which means you have better formed opinions on the subject (I only ever fire up Android when I try to help someone with it... then I reimage it with Debian).
As it happens I hadn't spotted the thread you mention (I only read the off-topic question at the bottom about thermal behaviour).
Daniel, do you have any news about Nougat we have seen running at Connect last month?
I also will need your help to understand if it is possible to install the libmraa and upm on Android to control the I2C without rebuilding a kernel. (Android)I still want my Android to be stable and I do not want to fool around in rebuilding a kernel.See you on Openhours
No news about Nougat from me. To be honest I didn't even see it at 'connect.
The MRAA I2C code looks like a simple wrapper based on i2c-dev... and it looks like the kernel is compiled with this enabled so I don't think there will be anything kernel side to stop I2C access (assuming the adapters are enabled at all). Can you see the /dev/i2c-XX files?