Reply
Thread Tools
Posts: 648 | Thanked: 648 times | Joined on Oct 2011
#21
The NITDroid project has been reported in GSMArena.
http://www.gsmarena.com/project_mayh...-news-4006.php
 
Andy1210's Avatar
Posts: 233 | Thanked: 220 times | Joined on Jan 2010 @ Hungary
#22
I tested it on N950:
shows "@@@", when I press VolUp on boot (Nitdroid extracted to "/home")
__________________
Nokia N950 - PR1.3
OpenSUSE 12.2 / Windows 8
 
Posts: 608 | Thanked: 194 times | Joined on May 2011
#23
i am loooking for quick answers

can the android market work on nitroid alpha?
can we install .apk on nitroid without using android market(of course after we enable "install from unknow source")?

thanks
 
Posts: 55 | Thanked: 14 times | Joined on Dec 2011
#24
Originally Posted by youmeego View Post
i am loooking for quick answers

can the android market work on nitroid alpha?
can we install .apk on nitroid without using android market(of course after we enable "install from unknow source")?

thanks
No, android market doesn't work. only ways currently to install .apks
is using android sdk via command line with following commans

adb install filename.apk

id suggest you download rootexplorer first then you can browse the files in android easily and edit stuff and install aps.
you can send the apps to the device with

adb push filename.apk


or fetch files

adb pull filename.*

**

tutorials how to install games, widget and application

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jx6Rw...ature=youtu.be

Last edited by Lovsan; 03-25-2012 at 03:53 AM.
 

The Following User Says Thank You to Lovsan For This Useful Post:
www.rzr.online.fr's Avatar
Posts: 976 | Thanked: 827 times | Joined on Jan 2009 @ fr/35/rennes
#25
Originally Posted by Andy1210 View Post
I tested it on N950:
shows "@@@", when I press VolUp on boot (Nitdroid extracted to "/home")
N950 unsupported so far , please join this related thread :

http://talk.maemo.org/showthread.php?t=74539&page=2


Can you remind a page which collect all the differencies between n9 and its big brother n950 (and their corresponding firmares) ...

--
http://rzr.online.fr/q/handset
__________________
http://rzr.online.fr/q/please# Please support my #MeeGo #HarmattanDev #n9 / #n950club contribs :

http://rzr.online.fr/q/harmattan# Shared Repo over 1K projects .. *update url*

http://elinux.org/Mobile# Efforts to share a common base for GNU/Linux mobile communities ...

http://wiki.maemo.org/Task:Community...Q2_2014/Agenda

News: I am part of maemo council , please contact me if you have some suggestions
 
Posts: 615 | Thanked: 331 times | Joined on Mar 2011
#26
I've did all steps for installing nitdroid and all worked fine . After I installed sillyboot I've got the warning screen at boot . Can I get rid of it somehow , even after reflashing to stock firmware without android or multi boot ?
__________________
N9 and N900 , the beauty and the beast
 
Posts: 1,162 | Thanked: 617 times | Joined on Dec 2010
#27
yes if you reflash your firmware and the emmc, the warning will disappear
 

The Following User Says Thank You to m4r0v3r For This Useful Post:
Posts: 1 | Thanked: 0 times | Joined on Apr 2012
#28
Originally Posted by cvp View Post
it is explained how to dual-boot installs, etc. BUT, how do I get everything deleted again, so I've only Meergo again and everything is back to normal. Because the warranty!
Does anyone has answer for this yet ? i successfully installed android on my N9 but the battery wouldn't charge at all when it's on android but everything working fine on Maemo. So i would like to remove the android and go back to normal maemo.

Thanks
 
Moderator | Posts: 6,149 | Thanked: 6,025 times | Joined on Nov 2011
#29
^ its pretty simple. the same way as you flashed the zimage (kernel) flash the rootfs.bin using the command to flash only the kernel from this file. this step removes the open mode.

secondly if you're using alpha #2, nitdroid is installed in /home/nitdroid. delete the nitdroid folder and you're done.

if you want to get rid of sillyboot too, just flash rootfs.bin with a command to flash only the boot file. it will remove the dual-booting option.


the above is my method. pls feel free to correct me...
 
coderus's Avatar
Posts: 3,490 | Thanked: 5,105 times | Joined on Nov 2011 @ Russia
#30
please visit forum.nitdroid.com
all common bugs fixed in alpha 2, battery charging, screen sleeping. but, sadly, voicecalls not working..yet
 
Reply

Thread Tools

 
Forum Jump


All times are GMT -4. The time now is 07:41 PM.