porting android to OMAP 3530 with Torpedo SOM

by winsmart7 winsmart » Fri, 05 Mar 2010 01:38:56 GMT


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 Hi,

I am newbee to Android porting, can anyone please help me.

I have to develop BSP for OMAP 3530 referance board  with Torpedo SOM.
What i have
1) Torpedo pathes required for Android 2.6.29.rc3
2) Beagle board BSP

I have few basic questions

1) Can i use the existing Rowboat or beagleboard android port as starting
point.
2) Then try to apply the Torpedo android pathes.


As i am doing it for the first time it wold be of great help if any body
giudes me.

Are my aproaches proper, if not what is best approach


Thanks
ruby

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porting android to OMAP 3530 with Torpedo SOM

by Deva R » Fri, 05 Mar 2010 21:38:45 GMT


 First you can get bootloader and kernel working. then you can start working
on android FS.

point.
kernel patches for torpedo board were not available in any
Logic PD teams were working on it.
Instead of you starting afresh, you can get help from them

You can get contact details here -
 http://article.gmane.org/gmane.linux.ports.arm.omap/23190 

ya, Once you have kernel booted up, then u can start poritng android FS.

Regards,
Deva




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porting android to OMAP 3530 with Torpedo SOM

by eric » Fri, 05 Mar 2010 22:03:02 GMT


 can anybody help me, if i am doing it the right way




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porting android to OMAP 3530 with Torpedo SOM

by Deva » Fri, 05 Mar 2010 22:41:01 GMT


 Hi Eric,
did u get my post below?? or do u have any sepcific question?

[re-posting from previous thread]
First you can get bootloader and kernel working. then you can start
working
on android FS.


point.
kernel patches for torpedo board were not available in any
Logic PD teams were working on it.
Instead of you starting afresh, you can get help from them

You can get contact details here -
 http://article.gmane.org/gmane.linux.ports.arm.omap/23190 


ya, Once you have kernel booted up, then u can start poritng android
FS.






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porting android to OMAP 3530 with Torpedo SOM

by eric » Tue, 09 Mar 2010 01:23:22 GMT


 Hi Deva,
posting again,

can i use the bootloader and the kernel available with Rowboat/beagle
board.
As my board is same based on 3530 referance platform.

Thanks
ruby






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porting android to OMAP 3530 with Torpedo SOM

by eric » Tue, 09 Mar 2010 23:28:46 GMT


 Hi Ashwin,

When are you planning to post your patches?
In parallel if i have to start.
Can i clone the git repo from rowboat and start.
Can i use the boot loader and kernel from rowboat
Or you think i need your patch even for that.

Thanks in advance for your support.

Regards
ruby








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