Gingerbread Image


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by aaa801 » Sat Jul 28, 2012 11:08 am
Just got the Ethernet menu added into this rom,
Network will probably need to be manually configured in the settings menu,
Once you have done this click the box off and on to start it properly.

Gingerbread cyanogen 7.2

2GB Image
http://rosefire.us/~razdroid/aaa801/Gin ... Manager.7z
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by bastian94 » Sat Jul 28, 2012 2:21 pm
are cymogen mod 9 or 10 comming to the pi
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by aaa801 » Sat Jul 28, 2012 2:56 pm
bastian94 wrote:are cymogen mod 9 or 10 comming to the pi

Not anytime soon, Its too slow without the broadcom drivers
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by edy_3dz » Mon Jul 30, 2012 11:35 am
After booting up (and showing the terminal), a blank black screen appears. There is no GUI?
I'm using the RCA Video output.
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by CrysisLTU » Mon Jul 30, 2012 2:56 pm
edy_3dz wrote:After booting up (and showing the terminal), a blank black screen appears. There is no GUI?
I'm using the RCA Video output.

There is a GUI, but I think we didn't test composite video output... If you can, try HDMI - that should work.
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by aaa801 » Mon Jul 30, 2012 7:15 pm
edy_3dz wrote:After booting up (and showing the terminal), a blank black screen appears. There is no GUI?
I'm using the RCA Video output.


Can you remove the hdmi lines from config.txt?
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by raha0007 » Tue Jul 31, 2012 9:10 am
I will try it, what will I have to configere about the lan connection?
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by aaa801 » Tue Jul 31, 2012 12:59 pm
raha0007 wrote:I will try it, what will I have to configere about the lan connection?

Go into settings, theres a Ethernet Settings menu added
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by rpschmidtbma » Sun Jan 06, 2013 2:37 pm
CrysisLTU wrote:
edy_3dz wrote:After booting up (and showing the terminal), a blank black screen appears. There is no GUI?
I'm using the RCA Video output.

There is a GUI, but I think we didn't test composite video output... If you can, try HDMI - that should work.


I'm experiencing exactly the same with this image, only I'm using the HDMI output.
Last line in the terminal which I'm able to read is:
"Untracked PID 106 exited".

I've read the config but there isn't much in it either.
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by Warg » Sun Jan 06, 2013 7:59 pm
rpschmidtbma wrote:I'm experiencing exactly the same with this image, only I'm using the HDMI output.
Last line in the terminal which I'm able to read is:
"Untracked PID 106 exited".

I've read the config but there isn't much in it either.

That is odd, you should be getting a GUI after the "Untracked PID 106 exited"... Is your Pi hooked up to a network? If so, I'd appreciate it if you could pastie the output from logcat.

Note: Logcat output is pretty much required for us to be able to do anything about bugs/crashes etc, no matter what the bug is. If you don't know how to get it, read on!

To get logcat output, you'll need the Android SDK package. Once you have that, start the SDK Manager, select Android SDK Platform-tools (that's all you need unless you plan developing Android apps), wait for the download to finish, then open a command prompt and navigate to <your-sdk-directory>/platform-tools/. From there, run
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adb connect <your-Pi's-ip>
and, if it connected properly,
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adb logcat > ../log.txt
. Open the newly created <sdk-directory>/log.txt and paste its content somewhere where I can read it.


Thanks,
Warg
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by rpschmidtbma » Mon Jan 07, 2013 6:40 pm
Thanks for your reply.
It is indeed connected to the internet. I'll try to post Logcat outp a.s.a.p.
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by bennyweny1 » Wed Jan 09, 2013 5:17 pm
I have installed this version of android with Ethernet. I use a wifi dongle in my pi but I can't seem to get the wifi to work. It says error. I need some instructions of what to do. Help would be appreciated :)
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by hundred » Thu Jan 10, 2013 8:03 am
bennyweny1 wrote:I have installed this version of android with Ethernet. I use a wifi dongle in my pi but I can't seem to get the wifi to work. It says error. I need some instructions of what to do. Help would be appreciated :)

I am having the same issue. I tried turning ethernet off, then wifi on. No luck. I know the wifi dongle works. I've used it with the pi running XBMC.
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by bennyweny1 » Thu Jan 10, 2013 3:52 pm
hundred wrote:
bennyweny1 wrote:I have installed this version of android with Ethernet. I use a wifi dongle in my pi but I can't seem to get the wifi to work. It says error. I need some instructions of what to do. Help would be appreciated :)

I am having the same issue. I tried turning ethernet off, then wifi on. No luck. I know the wifi dongle works. I've used it with the pi running XBMC.

I know my wifi dongle works but like haven't got a clue what to do. :(
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by Timeh » Fri Jan 18, 2013 10:56 pm
rpschmidtbma wrote:
CrysisLTU wrote:
edy_3dz wrote:After booting up (and showing the terminal), a blank black screen appears. There is no GUI?
I'm using the RCA Video output.

There is a GUI, but I think we didn't test composite video output... If you can, try HDMI - that should work.


I'm experiencing exactly the same with this image, only I'm using the HDMI output.
Last line in the terminal which I'm able to read is:
"Untracked PID 106 exited".

I've read the config but there isn't much in it either.


I'm experiencing exactly the same issue with the same setup, did anyone find out what is causing this?
Thanks in advance.
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by OMightyBuggy » Wed Jan 30, 2013 1:36 am
Can you update the OS or is the image with Ethernet the latest update? I only ask as this thread is old.
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by aaa801 » Wed Jan 30, 2013 3:02 am
OMightyBuggy wrote:Can you update the OS or is the image with Ethernet the latest update? I only ask as this thread is old.

it will be updated when we have a stable build
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by fykos » Mon Feb 04, 2013 5:23 pm
Hello, I have a RaspberryPi that works seamlessly with Raspbian "wheezy". But with android 2 or 4 (gingerbread image) keeps crashing too, is very slow, can not even move. I leave just connected the HDMI and USB keyboard. What can it be? Thank you.
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by aaa801 » Mon Feb 04, 2013 8:31 pm
fykos wrote:Hello, I have a RaspberryPi that works seamlessly with Raspbian "wheezy". But with android 2 or 4 (gingerbread image) keeps crashing too, is very slow, can not even move. I leave just connected the HDMI and USB keyboard. What can it be? Thank you.


Did you read any of the posts?
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by fykos » Tue Feb 05, 2013 4:32 pm
aaa801 wrote:
fykos wrote:Hello, I have a RaspberryPi that works seamlessly with Raspbian "wheezy". But with android 2 or 4 (gingerbread image) keeps crashing too, is very slow, can not even move. I leave just connected the HDMI and USB keyboard. What can it be? Thank you.


Did you read any of the posts?


Yes, but neither is my case.
My own case is that android is slow, even disconnected from the internet.
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by aaa801 » Tue Feb 05, 2013 9:21 pm
fykos wrote:
aaa801 wrote:
fykos wrote:Hello, I have a RaspberryPi that works seamlessly with Raspbian "wheezy". But with android 2 or 4 (gingerbread image) keeps crashing too, is very slow, can not even move. I leave just connected the HDMI and USB keyboard. What can it be? Thank you.


Did you read any of the posts?


Yes, but neither is my case.
My own case is that android is slow, even disconnected from the internet.

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by ophirf15 » Fri Jul 12, 2013 8:00 am
Hi, Im downloading the img right now.. I was thinking.. would i be able to install linux drivers on it? Im asking because I got a usb wifi adapter which needs to have a driver written to be able to work.. I got it working on raspibian (after long hours) so I wanted to ask if it is possible. Also does netflix work?
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by aaa801 » Fri Jul 12, 2013 2:15 pm
ophirf15 wrote:Hi, Im downloading the img right now.. I was thinking.. would i be able to install linux drivers on it? Im asking because I got a usb wifi adapter which needs to have a driver written to be able to work.. I got it working on raspibian (after long hours) so I wanted to ask if it is possible. Also does netflix work?

Not usable for non devs
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by 6677 » Wed Jul 17, 2013 7:03 pm
ophirf15 wrote:Also does netflix work?

Consider the fact that android itself doesnt work. And then think about why that question is not even worth asking.
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by pavand » Mon Dec 16, 2013 6:50 am
I am trying to boot android OS(2.3) on R pi but I am getting some commands on the screen followed by rainbow color screen on the monitor . I changed the config text file in android OS but I am getting same thing . can you post the commands in the config text file in android OS based on that I will change the modes and groups in file .

Regards
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