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LINX 12x64 with ANDROID - WIP

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Re: LINX 12x64 with ANDROID - WIP

by deankerr » April 22nd, 2018, 9:37 am

How did you get the wifi working on Phoenix os? I've got a 12x64 with Phoenix dual boot but can't seem to get the wifi or sound working
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Re: LINX 12x64 with ANDROID - WIP

by Tramalho » April 23rd, 2018, 1:08 pm

deankerr wrote:How did you get the wifi working on Phoenix os? I've got a 12x64 with Phoenix dual boot but can't seem to get the wifi or sound working



you just need to change the name on the firmware file and add sdio on the filename.

/lib/firmware/brcm/brcmfmac43455-sdio.txt
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Re: LINX 12x64 with ANDROID - WIP

by deankerr » April 25th, 2018, 5:13 pm

Thanks pal! That worked a treat, any joy getting the sound working?
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Re: LINX 12x64 with ANDROID - WIP

by Tramalho » April 25th, 2018, 8:37 pm

deankerr wrote:Thanks pal! That worked a treat, any joy getting the sound working?



the project its on pause now, my linx broke the screen by it self over nigth and im thinking on not fixing it.
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Re: LINX 12x64 with ANDROID - WIP

by SpaceGravy » April 27th, 2018, 10:31 am

deankerr wrote:How did you get the wifi working on Phoenix os? I've got a 12x64 with Phoenix dual boot but can't seem to get the wifi or sound working


I made a thread explaining how to do this: http://www.linxtablet.co.uk/viewtopic.php?f=77&t=3154
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Re: LINX 12x64 with ANDROID - WIP

by krikey » September 2nd, 2018, 9:47 am

After reading some of the other posts here, I'm at a stage now where I have working Wifi, but no sound and the screen rotates incorrectly, and seems to be 90 degrees counter clockwise off, so the "top" of the screen is always on the left hand edge of the display.

Screen rotation
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I found this post http://bbs.phoenixstudio.org/en/archive/index.php?thread-9746.html and wondered if this would work for the linx12x64 however I'm not sure how the X, Y and Z numbers correlate to the relevant adjustments. Perhaps someone could explain?

Sound
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I haven't yet found any documentation on how to get sound working, other than there is also mention of sound devices in the /etc/init.sh file as used above. Perhaps this can be edited to suit?
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Re: LINX 12x64 with ANDROID - WIP

by krikey » September 2nd, 2018, 12:45 pm

I think I now have screen rotation working correctly. By editing the /etc/init.ssh file and adding a line at the bottom of the "init_hal_sensors" function, the screen how rotates correctly.

Heres how I did it:

1. open the /etc/init.ssh file using something like ES Explorer (note: you'll need root access to write the file)

2. Scroll down to around line 338 which will read:
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set_property config.override_forced_orient $has_sensors


3. add a new line directly below this and before the closing } bracket:
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set_property hal.sensors.iio.accel.matrix 0,-1,0,-1,0,0,0,0,-1


4. Save the file and reboot the tablet. It should now work correctly.

What this essentially does is tells Android the correct orientation and direction of the X, Y and Z axes. There will bve a prettier way to do this in this file by using the case/esac declarations above but if you're only using this on a linx 12x64 tablet then theres really no need to adjust the case/esac statements above.
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