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  • gumymoty
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    Originally posted by raubtier View Post
    Hello androidgadget11,

    you can find a firmware here:

    http://rikomagic.co.uk/downloads/fir...ware_V1.03.zip

    you must be very careful to install it. You can find a PDF with the necessary infos.

    The best way for me to use this firmware:

    Use an UGOOS-SD-firmware. Write the firmware to SD-card.

    In zip-File from the download you find boot.img and resource.img

    Flash this Images to the SD-card, eg with rkflashkit on Linux:

    rkflashkit flash @boot boot.img @resource resource.img

    Then you have a nice Linux-firmware on SD-card for this device.

    If you have questions, maybe I can help you.

    I have a question to all:

    I use the firefly-source to get a boot.img and resource.img compiled with wifi-ap6330 enabled.
    if I use this Images, the SD-card boots fine, wifi is enabled, but I don't can use my USB-keyboard and mouse.
    How can I change the firefly-defconfig-File so that I can use USB-keyboard. I don't know if sound is running, because
    I can't use the system, because without mouse and keyboard I can't work with the system.



    can uplod the sd card img whit wifi-ap6330 enabled. i want to test it

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  • raubtier
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    Hello androidgadget11,

    you can find a firmware here:

    http://rikomagic.co.uk/downloads/fir...ware_V1.03.zip

    you must be very careful to install it. You can find a PDF with the necessary infos.

    The best way for me to use this firmware:

    Use an UGOOS-SD-firmware. Write the firmware to SD-card.

    In zip-File from the download you find boot.img and resource.img

    Flash this Images to the SD-card, eg with rkflashkit on Linux:

    rkflashkit flash @boot boot.img @resource resource.img

    Then you have a nice Linux-firmware on SD-card for this device.

    If you have questions, maybe I can help you.

    I have a question to all:

    I use the firefly-source to get a boot.img and resource.img compiled with wifi-ap6330 enabled.
    if I use this Images, the SD-card boots fine, wifi is enabled, but I don't can use my USB-keyboard and mouse.
    How can I change the firefly-defconfig-File so that I can use USB-keyboard. I don't know if sound is running, because
    I can't use the system, because without mouse and keyboard I can't work with the system.




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  • no_spam_for_me
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    Yes and no, if you want to use dual-boot, then you need more then 8GB, but if you want to use only Linux, then 8GB is enough...
    btw: this linux is also available as boot-from-sd version

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  • wenlez
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    Originally posted by mo123

    Doesn't support 3D in Linux.
    Better try the UGOOS UT3 Linux build.

    the UGOOS UT3 has 16GB Flash. The TV01II only has 8GB. That firmware won't fit.....

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  • wenlez
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    NO one bought this device? THeir store advertises the MK902IILE has the latest Kernel which supposed to support 2D and 3D acceleration. It would be nice to try this LE firmware on my TV01II box.

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  • androidgadget11
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    Originally posted by mo123 View Post
    Have you tried downloading from Rokomagic's website?
    http://www.rikomagic.com/en/download/do_1.html
    That's android firmware for MK902II not linux-ubuntu for MK902IILE

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  • mo123
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    Originally posted by androidgadget11 View Post
    Someone have stock firmware for Mk902II LE?

    Thanx

    Have you tried downloading from Rokomagic's website?
    http://www.rikomagic.com/en/download/do_1.html

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  • androidgadget11
    started a topic Mk902II LE (Linux Edition) Firmware?

    Mk902II LE (Linux Edition) Firmware?

    Someone have stock firmware for Mk902II LE?

    Thanx
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