is there a way to run the compiled arm on Nexus S ?
akpolatcem at gmail.com
Thu Oct 30 13:11:24 CET 2014
Thank you first of ally your responses. I haven't unfortunately JTAG
component right now and also the equipment like Matthias mentioned. How
about the fastboot? Is it also possible to use fastboot for sending android
image? l4 generates bootstrap_L4LinuxARM.elf file, and we can convert this
image file into the u-boot image file as explained in  with the
mkimage -A arm -a 0x48000000 -e 0x48000000 -C none -A arm -T kernel -O qnx
-d INPUT_FILE OUTPUT_FILE
I converted it but it seems that either the given address is not true or
this method doesn't work.
Do you have any idea?
On Tue, Oct 28, 2014 at 10:49 AM, Matthias Lange <
matthias.lange at kernkonzept.com> wrote:
> Hello Christian,
> On 10/28/2014 08:46 AM, Christian Helmuth wrote:
> > Hello Matthias,
> > On Mon, Oct 27, 2014 at 10:30:03AM +0100, Matthias Lange wrote:
> >> Given the Nexus S was built by Samsung the USB port seems promising.
> >> However, there is a third option using the audio jack .
> > [...]
> >>  http://www.accuvant.com/blog/building-a-nexus-4-uart-debug-cable
> > Looks pretty weird but incredibly helpful too. Do you know if a
> > similar approach was discovered for the Exynos5-based Nexus 10?
> None that I am aware of. But given the information from the above blog
> post, it may be worthwhile to dig through the Linux source tree of the
> Nexus 10. However, a blind guess would make me search for a USB
> connector multiplexer like the MAX14577 or similar.
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