Looks good ! I was going to ask how this differs from Andrew H's Android on
Beaglebone, but after glancing at your page it seems obvious to me.
I think what would be beneficial to all is an explanation how Android
differs from say Debian. In the context of how the hardware peripherals are
accessed. Perhaps even a video or three covering the basics.
I think that having an example of a person clicking an on screen button via
an Android app, then having that app turn on an LED connected to a P8 / P9
pin would be awesome. Personally, quite honestly. I would have no idea
where to start. Despite having nearly 4 years hands on experience with
Debian on the Beaglebone.
On Fri, Oct 14, 2016 at 8:19 AM, chris simmonds <ch...@2net.co.uk> wrote:
> Announcing android4beagle: a project to support Android on beagleboard.org
> boards, starting with BeagleBone Black. The project page is
> There are BBB ports for Marshmallow, Lollipop and KitKat. You can build
> from source or use the prebuilt images. Help and comments are welcome.
> Chris Simmonds, ch...@2net.co.uk
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