Edited by actkk2000 at 2014-10-14 13:18 |
I use this image "android_for_bananapi_4.2.2-8g.img.7z", some people don't like it but at least it doesn't need Phoenixcard to burn it:
https://drive.google.com/folderv ... mp;usp=sharing#list
This is from this site:
http://www.bananapi.com/index.ph ... pi-release-note#287
Here the readme:
Copy the Code
- 1. Android 4.2.2 Images:
- (1) android_for_bananapi_4.2.2.img.7z - to burn with PhoenixCard
- (2) android_for_bananapi_4.2.2-8g.img.7z - to burn with Win32 Disk Imager, or Linux dd command
- 2. How to burn the OS image with PhoenixCard: (Only works on Windows PC for now)
- Read the "Install Android OS image" section.
- (1) Download the PhoenixCard_V310_20130618.rar from the same folder as this file, extract it to a folder, then launch PhoenixCard.exe
- (2) Download android_for_bananapi_4.2.2.img.7z, and extract it to android_for_bananapi_4.2.2.img
- (3) From PhoenixCard GUI, Select a disk corresponding to the sdcard, and select the image file you downloaded in step (2): android_for_bananapi_4.4_beta1.img
- (4) Select write mode: Startup, this is very important
- (5) Click Format to Normal
- (6) Click Burn to write the image to the sdcard, after a few minutes, the sdcard will be ready to boot your Banana Pi device.
- 3. How to burn OS image with Win32 Disk Imager, or Linux dd command
- Extract android_for_bananapi_4.2.2-8g.img.7z to android_for_bananapi_4.2.2-8g.img, then find a sd card with at least 8G size.
- For some reason that PhoenixCard is not working for you, or if you don't have a Windows PC, you can download the 2nd image,
- which is a physical copy from a 8G sd card. you can use any disk tools to simply write this image to your sd card.
- For example:
- Win32 Disk Imager, [url]http://sourceforge.net/projects/win32diskimager/[/url]
- linux dd command