Em, that is the ethernet patch for Gingerbreadaaa801 wrote:Razdroid is the unofficial attempt
If you want to check it out try this image
http://rosefire.us/~razdroid/aaa801/Gin ... Manager.7z
The official port is still being worked on afaik (videocore support by broadcom)
Yep, The archive name kind of tricked meaaa801 wrote:SillyCoolApps wrote:Oops, just found out that it was just a android OS sd version, not a patch
Android realy needs gpu accelerationCoolApps wrote:Yep, The archive name kind of tricked meaaa801 wrote:SillyCoolApps wrote:Oops, just found out that it was just a android OS sd version, not a patch
But really, If Android 4.0 was not that stable then what about Android 2.3?
It must be a little more stable.
Yeah... :/aaa801 wrote:Android realy needs gpu acceleration
the later versions rely heavily on that and the non gpu code seems to of been broken slowly through the versions =/
At this moment in time, any android builds will run at the pace of a ps2 emulator without dynarec..Saahilj wrote:I realize you guys are using android 4.0, not what I wanted, I do not have a pi, I will get one soon. I can probably build android 4.2, I would not know how to get the iMage and share so ill see what I can do, i am heavily researching mini pcs, and once I realized that they would be too expensive, and need a signal converter for the mk802, so I will probably order a PI on Saturday.
No one has build 4.2 because 4.2 is horridly broken, and yes we have tried to compile it,Saahilj wrote:That has nothing to do with what I'm saying, I am saying that no one built 4.2.aaa801 wrote:
Anyways, If I build android 4.2 I don't understand this concept of flashing, because the pi never had android so adb or fastboot would not work, and there is no internal memory.