Android: Working with pre-built binaries
Revision as of 16:44, 18 March 2013 by X0187393
|How to get started with Android OS using pre-built binaries on your OMAP Platform|
|Overview||Step 1||Step 2||Step 3||Step 4||Step 5||Step 6|
- Step 1
There are many pre-built binaries you can use to get started with Android. This page lists the binaries you can download to be up and running immediately.
|Android on Blaze|
|Android on Blaze Tablet|
|Android on Zoom2/Zoom3|
|L25.INC3.4-P3||Uboot||MLO(tested)MLO_512(untested)||uImage_L25.INC3.4P3_CCD||RLS25.INC3.4P3_AFS_Zoom3||L25.INC3.4P3 Community Release Notes|
|The latest L25.12 binaries (Oct 2009) have been released as RLS25.12 Package.||L25.12 Release Notes|
|Image from 6/29/09 Readme||Uboot||MLO||uImage||rootfs||---|
|Image from 5/15/09||Uboot||MLO||uImage||rootfs||---|
note: OMAP4 Pre-built Binaries can be found on:gforge.
|Android on PandaBoard|
|Please note that this is a totally OUTDATED, OBSOLETE and UNSUPPORTED Android 2.2 Froyo build for the Pandaboard, proceed on your own risk and do not assume to get any further support!|