A brief How to can be found here :-
You may also browse the kernel modifications at :-
We will come up with more updates very soon..
Please find below video showing Android on beagle board. It demonstrates
navigation on Android, sample applications, and browser.
> Android on Beagle supports display. You can connect display through
> DVI-D/HDMI interface.
> You can refer to - http://dkc1.digikey.com/us/mkt/beagleboard.html
> - Archan
> On Dec 17, 8:41 pm, "Anil Sasidharan" <anil...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Does Android on Beagle support display and touch? This
>> question is based on the fact that there is no hardware support for
>> display and touch on Beagle board. I'm more curious to know the exact
>> external hardware modules used in this regard.
>> On Wed, Dec 17, 2008 at 8:13 PM, Rupesh Gujare
Make sure mkimage is in your path and then do this
make ARCH=arm CROSS_COMPILE=arm-none-linux-gnueabi- uImage
-- Rupesh Gujare
> I tried the HDMI on my TV and it didn't work, but it does work well on
> my both LCD computer monitors I tried.
Take care - Even though the BeagleBoard uses a HDMI connector (for space
saving purposes), the output is really DVI-D and not HDMI... You can
therefore not expect it to work with your TV HDMI input...
It will, however, work with just about every HDTV if properly
configured for that TV. The code used in most of the popular demos
today does not utilize the proper pixel clock for standard 720P.
There is no audio connection, which is a reason it is not real HDMI.
Hello: Just put this on a BB- should I expect USB Ethernet to work? Or do I have to build in support and build my own kernel? I'm using the pre- build version that you have kindly supplied. I'm using a linksys USB Ethernet dongle.
I read that Android doesn't know about USB, so how is working on the BB ?