Our Android 5.0.2 is released today. It can run on all 4412 boards. Here are its features: 1) Linux Kernel 3.0.86; 2) HDMI output (1080P); 3) Ethernet connection, either StaticIP or DHCP; 4) USB WiFi; 5) Video, hard decoding; 6) 2D/3D ; 7) Auto mounting/umounting SD card and USB drive; 8) ADB debugging; 9) G-sensor 10) Capacitive LCDs: S700 (7"LCD)/S702 (7"LCD)/HD700 (7"LCD, High Definition,1280 x 800)/ HD101(10.1"LCD, high definition, 1280 x 800); 11) Include latest Google Apps such as Google Play and Gmail; 12) Audio volumn control； 13) LCD brightness control; Please go to our FTP site's "LatestTrial" directory to get its package. You need to use the latest superboot in the package. ftp://220.127.116.11/ Username: downloaduser password: 12345 For any issues please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Android 5.0.2 Released
I have tried this out, and it is definitely better performance wise of the GUI than the previous Android bases. I do still have issues. - root access, should it not come with it right off the bat? I'm having troubles getting such access - DPI is still wrong. I am pretty sure the DPI for a 1080p screen should be 320, not 160. It kills the picture quality. - Still buggy. Kodi won't load at all, and Firefox struggles to work half the time. Video is still laggy in apps like Youtube and Plex. I get vertical line chops almost like vsync is not enabled, yet I can't find an option for it. - I still get video glitches like before. This includes during browsing, where half the screen becomes artifact. This is running on a first gen NanoPC. Should I have a heatsink on the SoC? I can't tell if my instabilities are coming from heat issue or software, or other reasons. At this point, I feel that I have a buggy brick that won't even run odroid roms, which at least that community is active and makes good progress/good software to go along with their products.
First , I need to know did you use the newest superboot , then you should LowFormat = Yes your SD card . 1): You should change file system permission first . After you access file system , you should change file system permission by typing 'su -' .