Android image for 6 Realtek WLAN-Sticks and switch the default Audio output

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liab  
@m.milani
You can try this image with some Logitech kernel modules:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/opegid ... -100315.tar.gz?dl=0

or this with a lot of modules, startable with insmod manually or with the init.sun7i.rc:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/vmvz27 ... -100315.tar.gz?dl=0

Tomu  
Edited by Tomu at Tue Mar 10, 2015 08:45

Is in the second image rt2x00?

liab  
Tomu replied at Tue Mar 10, 2015 08:42
Is in the second image rt2x00?

No. The rt2x00 driver is in the sources, I can enable it, but it will not be compiled in reality.

For some weeks I tried it with the Ralink RT5370STA. I found good sources from the duckbox. It was compiled perfect, the driver works perfect,
startet automatically when the stick was inserted. But it ended with the wpa_supplicant. The in Android used Realtek wpa_supplicant is not compatible with other sticks because the other drivers don't know the ifname/if2name section.

So I gave up and bought for 9 € a Stick with a RTL8192EU Chip.

Here a word to the beta 4.4 image, first I tried it too, but in praxis it's absolutely useless.
Audio jack sound only with a trick, no full screen, no SATA HDD, no WLAN, chrashes with HD video streams in all apps and on the first run tricky to boot.

liab replied at Mon Mar 9, 2015 10:12
@m.milani
You wrote: "The Orange Pi uses the RTL8188ETV but I read around that it's supported by 818 ...

Thanks for helping, it's not a usb adapter nor a pci one. It's a module that is soldered already into the card like this one: http://image.cn.made-in-china.co ... 2MET+RTL8188ETV.jpg

Now I'm downloading your 2 images that you just uploaded, I'll try them later when I get back from university and let you know!

And for the wireless keyboard and mouse, they are controlled somehow all by the Logitech Unifying receiver and transform them to regular inputs.
I'm linking you the wiki page, if that can be useful: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Logitech_Unifying_receiver
(In particular you can read the last paragrah which mentions a third-party app named Solaar for Linux)

And also a last note: the receiver works partially on vanilla Android 4.4 (keyboard recognized, mouse not) without installing anything.

gaara  
@m.milani:
In orange pi, the internal wifi is detected as a usb device, no problem

liab replied at Mon Mar 9, 2015 19:12
@m.milani
You can try this image with some Logitech kernel modules:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/opegid ...

Thanks so much. It works for my RTL8192CU but I can not use USB stick, can't mount or do anything, File Explorer not show USB stick like Android Banana Official. Could you help me?

liab  
@hoangdinh86
Please try this image. USB storage is compiled. My sticks are working (/mnt/usbhost2).

The image has the android own toolbox and the actually busybox-1.23.1, the applets are in /system/xbin. HDMI is default but easy switch to AUDIO-CODEC as default. Hidraw is compiled in the kernel, so perhaps the logitech k400 may work.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/ok28i3 ... -170315.tar.gz?dl=0

Add post (Thu Apr 9, 2015 18:47):
New download link:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/wvr6iu ... -100415.tar.gz?dl=0

siu_ma  
will this work on RTL 8188CU?

liab  
siu_ma replied at Tue Mar 17, 2015 18:52
will this work on RTL 8188CU?

Sorry, only these six chips:

root@android:/ # wlan
###### Change default WLAN-Chip ######
Folder of libhardware_legacy.so is: /system/lib/libhardware_legacy
Actually used WLAN driver is: 8192cu
1 libhardware_legacy-8188eu.so
2 libhardware_legacy-8189es.so
3 libhardware_legacy-8192eu.so
4 libhardware_legacy-8723as.so
5 libhardware_legacy-8723au.so
Enter the number of the file:

liab replied at Tue Mar 17, 2015 17:56
@hoangdinh86
Please try this image. USB storage is compiled. My sticks are working (/mnt/usbhost2).
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Whoa. Your reply so fast. Thanks. Yes mount FAT is ok but NTFS not yet . I wish you could help me again

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