Hi, just starting developing with the Hikey960 and Neonkey boards.
For starters, I’m trying to build the neonkey firmware within an AOSP as per the instructions here: https://source.android.com/setup/build/devices#neonkey
However, the build fails with:
make: *** No rule to make target ‘os/algos/calibration/magnetometer/mag_cal.c’, needed by ‘out/nanohub/neonkey/os.unchecked.elf’. Stop.
Of course I can fix this particular issue but then there’s the next one and next one so before going down the rabbit hole I’d like to ask am I taking the right path here or would I be better off getting the “neonkey AOSP firmware” from somewhere else? Should this still work and I should report this issue to AOSP?
The AOSP master has been synced yesterday “2018-08-10” and the git log in “aosp/device/google/contexthub/firmware” says:
"commit b3211319af620de5a7ed701e383deb3dc8d866f8 (HEAD, tag: android-o-mr1-iot-release-1.0.3, m/master, aosp/oreo-mr1-iot-release, aosp/master)
Merge: 51c32d5b 52da962a
Author: Xin Li firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Mon Aug 6 16:50:08 2018 -0700
Merge Android Pie into master Bug: 112104996 Change-Id: I5786617e5db720dc171326bfbf52920d6b88abf3"