A closer look at the board
- If you are planning to connect USB device with RS232 capability, you should probably buy a USB to Serial adapter along with an extension cable. By default the Panda kernel has a build in RS232 driver.
- You will need an HDMI to DVI cable to hook up a monitor
- You will need a USB mouse and a USB keyboard that you should probably connect all together to a mini USB HUB to spare one USB connector for external device.
- You will need an 8 GB SD Card to flash the Android Image
- White case
- Mounting screws
- Aluminium feet
- Purchased: TIGAL
webupd8.googlecode.com hosts a nice-easy script to help with this.
BOARD_SYSTEMIMAGE_PARTITION_SIZE := 300000000
#BOARD_SYSTEMIMAGE_PARTITION_SIZE := 268435456
- usbboot will poll every 250ms until it locates an OMAP device
(VID 0451, PID d00f)
- it then will send the 2ndstage binary to the device
- if an image was also provided, it will wait for the 2ndstage to
send the go-ahead response (0xaabbccdd) and then send that image2ndstage>
NOTE: You can use locally built version that should just work on your boxes without the extra configurations.
NOTE: These instructions assume that you will always be running ADB operations in super user mode. To run ADB over USB as your normal user, create/edit adb_usb.ini in your home directory instead i.e step 5 would look this:
8. Boot the Android kernel with g_android built in and 'Android gadget adb' function selected