Post Last Edited by dlanor at 2014-7-30 12:22 |
For me left-click has always worked the same way as screen touch would work on a mobile device.
In this case I talkin about native android games, some games don't work the left click just see the main menu but no work.
deenbee Posted at 2014-7-29 17:53
If it doesn't work that way for you it's one more of those odd malfunctions at your end, which I tend to blame on the slow SD card.
No, I don't think so. The primary boot always has to be from an SD card.
Can boot the Operative system from SATA port using a 2.5" HardDrive ?
It may be possible to let that primary boot procedure switch over to use the HDD for the rest of the session, but I know no way to have the initial boot at power-on use an HDD (or any other device apart from the SD card).
It was the same way with the Raspberry Pi too. People who wanted to run their OS from a USB3 drive still had to prepare a primary boot partition on the SD card, with settings and/or software to switch over to using the USB3 drive for the real OS boot. There is even a special RPi boot system called BerryBoot, which when stored on an SD card allows multiple OS to be chosen from a boot menu, with all those OS stored either on a large SD card or on an external drive (USB stick or USB HDD).
I'm sure something similar can be implemented for the Banana Pi, but I don't think it has been done yet.
Best regards: dlanor