Good job! I've been working on the same thing this weekend and almost the same setup as you. The Atrix Lapdock does have speakers, but I haven't gotten any sound from them. The speakers are located on the sides, in the rear corners.veryevil wrote:Its running 1366x768 and is very crisp.
There aren't any speakers on the lap dock which is a shame so no sound.
However there is a pretty big Lithium battery in it which will run the PI for Hours so that's cool.
hackery21 wrote:Yay, thanks for copying my idea(which I posted about a month ago) but taking the easy way out, buying a lapdock. You didn't make it, you bought it. Now I just cannot wait till my pi arrives so I can show you guys A REAL pi laptop.
Edit: btw here's an elinux wiki link http://elinux.org/RaspberryPi_Laptop
Worked for me! Thanks! So glad someone more skilled than I am is working on this! It's almost like the Lapdock was made for the Pi instead of my phone!veryevil wrote:I just have got sound working! Its Sound over HDMI.
You need to set hdmi_drive=2 in the config.txt and then on boot modprobe snd_bcm2835
This is getting better and better
Sorry I should have looked more closely. Got it now.veryevil wrote:I dont even have an Atrix I bought this specially weeks ago!
I posted up ebay links above to the adapters I used both from the same seller in fact although it took three weeks for them to arrive from china (it was a post issue not a seller issue). Also Task Note the connectors are MICRO! not MINI!
so MICRO HDMI and MICRO USB.
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