@Kunpeng-Fan I also would like to know how the SATA interface is connected.
On the one hand, there is no SATA in the specifications of this document, but it's only a preliminary datasheet, so it may not be 100% accurate.
On the other hand, looking at the RK3288 ball map, we can find SATA pins:Y15: SATA_AVDD_1V0 AA15: SATA_AVDD_1V8 AB14: SATA_TXP AB15: SATA_TXN AC14: SATA_RXP AC15: SATA_RXN
So, who knows? This needs more investigation…
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So try? - http://radxa.com/Rock/unbrick
Will there be any new Radxa Rock Pro in your stock soon?
What about the new Rock 2, do you have any estimation about the sell-by date?
you can read it from software on the same way.
read: http://wiki.radxa.com/Rock/GPIO how the princip works in several languages.
i need to install Logilink VG0001A (stk1160) on my radxa pro.
How i procede?
thanks @nunai seems to work on i2c1-4. On I2c-0 it's very slow, matchs to the timeout error... I need a new Rock
Pretty please for a reply.
My take away from this thread is two fold:
Some people needed to get stable hardware, build Linux (x86) and Android (Major vendor tablet) images for that hardware and then move to ARM development hardware after learning the ropes. I killed an x86 box doing this.
Radxa needs an active bug tractor and users that can access it and fix bugs.
As it stands I have issues with my Rock Pro but they are not show stoppers and this device gives me an embedded device that would have cost over $500 a year ago.
Have you tried making a script that runs on boot?
In the Setting view the Location Mode is Off and no matter what I do with the Bluetooth GPS Android ignores it. Applications can see the bluetooth GPS but the Bluetooth ICON (top Right) appears to be dimmed compared to the WiFi ICON.
Any ideas for getting this to work?
This Image is just for radxa rock pro, and its a nand image, the linux's default password is rock, you can click the "B2Android" Item which in the left bottom menu to boot from linux to android,and click "BootUbuntu" to boot linux from android.
@shvonder Porting/improvement is not so easy... it needs a lot of efforts
Perhaps the following link will be of interest to you.
You just install Android to the NAND following the Wiki directions, then install Ubuntu to an SD card --again following the instructions available in the wiki--. The Rock will automatically try to boot to SD before it boots to NAND. If you have the Ubuntu SD inserted it will boot into Ubuntu when it's turned on, if it isn't then it will boot into Android.
is it possible to get BSP for this board...
@Mustafa-Can-Kaya about the item on taobao, it's only the 7 inch lcd with touchscreen + camera (the rock pro is not included).
Mustafa Can Kaya:
This firmware is only applicable to radxa rock pro, is nand boot firmware, the default password linux is rock, returns from linux to android: Click the left corner of the small menu, click submenu "B2Android" to return to the android, android into linux from , click on the icon BootUbuntu
used google translate
some "issues" of the new page:
wiki button does not link to the wiki
no pictures under Products/Rock.../Features
no pictures in the gallery at the moment (think they were there already)
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