Which boards support Android O?


#1

I have qcom410 / Hikey620 / MTK X20. Which boards will support Android O? What’s the release plan?


#2

hikey620 already does support oreo


#3

Hi Ric,
Thanks for the reply.
I downloaded the prebuilt package from below link.

It’s android 5.1
do you have a prebuilt android O image?
And where I can download the source code?

$ cat build.prop

begin build properties

autogenerated by buildinfo.sh

ro.build.id=LMY48W
ro.build.display.id=hikey-userdebug 5.1.1 LMY48W 205 test-keys
ro.build.version.incremental=205
ro.build.version.sdk=22
ro.build.version.codename=REL
ro.build.version.all_codenames=REL
ro.build.version.release=5.1.1
ro.build.date=Mon Nov 30 00:19:29 UTC 2015
ro.build.date.utc=1448842769
ro.build.type=userdebug
ro.build.user=buildslave
ro.build.host=aosp-x86-64-08
ro.build.tags=test-keys
ro.build.flavor=hikey-userdebug
ro.product.model=hikey
ro.product.brand=generic
ro.product.name=hikey
ro.product.device=hikey
ro.product.board=


#4

The latest snapshots for testing on hikey are here: http://builds.96boards.org/snapshots/hikey/linaro/aosp-master/

Note that there are no plans for full release images for either the hikey family… both boards are fully integrated into upstream AOSP and the snapshot builds track the latest AOSP changes.


#5

Try these builds
http://builds.96boards.org/snapshots/hikey/linaro/aosp-master/latest/


#6

@lkplayerlikun: FYI I’ve also suggested we archive off the really old AOSP releases for hikey: https://bugs.96boards.org/show_bug.cgi?id=588 (although I can’t preempt the final decision we make on this subject)


#7

Thanks, Daniel and Ric. I have downloaded and flash the latest image.
It shows the android version is P, which has not been announced by Google yet.
Is it true Android P?


#8

It’s not Android P; its the master branch of the Android Open Source Project. See:
https://source.android.com/source/faqs#how-is-the-android-software-developed

So the software built for the snapshot images is a public branch that the FAQ calls the “current experimental” branch. Android P is likely to consist of most of the code in that branch together with new features developed in private by Google (typically targetting their next flagship device).


First look at android 8 oreo [Video]