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I have downloaded and compiled android 11 code for tinkerboard 2/2S. Is there a way for me to run the images generated here ./rockdev/Image-WW_Tinker_Board_2/WW_Tinker_Board_2-raw.img on an emulator instead of flashing onto tinkerboard.
I'm trying to get along with the GPIO connector. I think the pin addressing will be different from the Tinkerboard version 1 (https://tinkerboarding.co.uk/wiki/images/d/d0/Gpio-pinout-expanded.png). This is probably due to a different processor. Unfortunately, I can't find the address for Tinkerboard 2 anywhere. I need the ability to control signals from a shell. Unfortunately, using the old addressing does not work. ex .: echo 188 > /sys/class/gpio/export (pin 40 for Tinkerboard v1) echo out > /sys/class/gpio/gpio188/direction echo 1 > /sys/class/gpio/gpio188/value
I was very happy to hear that ASUS took the HDMI cec more seriously than in the first generation, where the cec was only for the S version. But what next? How to control HDMI from a shell? How to read the status with the shell? In the case of other distributions, e.g. ODROID, I met a fantastic solution and it was possible to control HDMI cec signals, for example in this way: echo 0x40 0x04> / sys / class / cec / cmd the above command turned on the screen. Will I get a ready and working solution for Tinkerboard 2?