Part Number: ANDROIDSDK-SITARA Other Parts Discussed in Thread: AM5728 Tool/software: Linux Hi.
Please tell me.
I follow the procedure below the website
but SGX Kernel Module Building issue stop the my project.
I have two questions about AM5728.Android…
Part Number: ANDROIDSDK-SITARA
Can I implement Android on AM335x and AM437x series?
Could you tell me the memory capacity (ROM, RAM) required for implementing below?
· Linux · Android
Part Number: ANDROIDSDK-SITARA Other Parts Discussed in Thread: BEAGLEBONE , BEAGLE
We are building an Android device based on the Beaglebone Black.
For this we need to access the PRUs somehow. Our PRU code is done and working but we have no possibility…
Part Number: ANDROIDSDK-SITARA Other Parts Discussed in Thread: AM5728
AM5728 ALE MODULE says:
if a recieved packet has a source address that is equal to destination address then the following occurs:
1 the address is learned if the…
Part Number: AM3358 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: BEAGLEBONE , ANDROIDSDK-SITARA Tool/software: TI C/C++ Compiler The hardware: beaglebone black (bbb)
I have try compile the Android Development Kit for Sitara Microprocessors: www.ti.com/.../ANDROIDSDK…
Part Number: AM3359 With reference to below link, Android (Version Jelly Bean (JB) v4.2.2) is available for AM335X processor.
On TI portal, It seems that Android related data is not updated from last 6…
Refer www.ti.com/.../ANDROIDSDK-SITARA for more information.
The mentioned board is not designed by TI. you need to talk with board supplier on the board support package and accordingly modify for android needs.
We have the Android SDK for JB 4.2.2 ( http://www.ti.com/tool/ANDROIDSDK-SITARA ). We do not have a SDK for Oreo. Here is some detailed instructions for building JB version http://processors.wiki.ti.com/index.php/TI-Android-JB-4.2.2-DevKit…
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: ANDROIDSDK-SITARA , LINUXEZSDK-SITARA , SYSBIOSSDK-IND-SITARA , TEST Dear all,
we've just developed our custom board based on am335x.
We have now CCCCCCC on ttyO1 so for now everything seems to work well.
Have you some…