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This section describes how to build and make changes on Android.
Instructions on how to make changes and a summary of changes are noted in Table 2.
Table 2: Android Changes Overview
18.104.22.168.How to make changes
Copy the Altera directory obtained in Section 5.3 to the ANDROID_ROOT/device directory.
6.1.2.How to Build Android
Go to ANDROID_ROOT on the development PC, enter the command below and build Android.
Note: Please change the number of the j4 command according to your PC.
This section describes how to set up Linux and make changes.
Instructions on how to make changes and a summary of changes are noted in Table 3.
Table 3: Kernel Changes Overview
22.214.171.124.How to make changes
Please copy the FSI_Demos directory downloaded in section 5.3 to the Development PC. The destination directory can be found in Table 4.
Table 4: Driver built-in directory
Please copy the Makefile and Kconfig files found in the FSI Demos downloaded in section 5.3 to the location shown in Table 5.
Table 5: Change Files
6.2.2.How to Build Linux
This section describes how to build Linux.
126.96.36.199.Changing the Configuration
Refer to the RocketBoards.org website and start Menuconfig.
Depending on your configuration, select either "Single Touch Panel Demo" or "Multi Touch Panel Demo" as outlined below:
Device Drivers - - - >
[*] Staging Drivers - - - >
Android - - - >
[*] FSI Demos - - - >
[ ] Single Touch Panel Demo
[ ] Multi Touch Panel Demo
This section explains how to start Android on the Cyclone ® V SoC Development Board.
7.1.1.Switch and Jumper Setting
Please refer to the RocketBoards.org website for setting up the switch and jumper of each Cyclone ® V SoC Development Board.
7.1.2.Evaluation Board and LCD panel connection method
Connect the LCD part of the Terasic Multi Touch Display with the Cyclone ® V SoC Development Board using the supplied HSMC Flex Cable. Figure 2 shows the status when both are connected.
Figure 2: Evaluation board - LCD panel connection
7.2.Preparing a Bootable SD Card
7.2.1.How to prepare an SD card from the attached disk image
Store the SD card image file that you obtained in section 5.3 in any directory of the development PC. Prepare a bootable SD card by entering the following command:
7.2.2.How to change the file inside the bootable SD card
Table 6 notes the role of each partition.
Figure 3: Partition Verification Examples
Table 6: List of Partitions
Note: Assuming that the ROOTFS partition of the SD card is mounted on / media / ROOTFS /
Table 7: Library storage directory
Figure 4: Blaster Cable Screen
Figure 5: Device Selection Screen
Figure 6: SOF File Selection Screen
Figure 7: SOF Download Screen
Table 8: Serial Settings
Figure 8: Completed Android Boot Image
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