Android on nano

I know it only exists on certain Jetson boards, can we get it here? Is there an unofficial port I missed? Or maybe debian? Android is better by a long shot for some things.

Might be able to get this to work with some effort

Thanks. I will mess with it.


Anyone successful with andriod on Nano?

maybe use the tk1 android and port it?

The TK1 is 32-bit, Nano is 64-bit. It would be at minimum difficult to port since all of the libraries and tools would have to run in compatibility mode.

one can try porting from nintendo-switch,but anyone tried it?

good catch, even tho it may work losing 64bit is a big hit

This exists, but I am not sure if this will work on the developer kit.

I think it is designed for this

I just found it at around the same time I found this thread. I will try to build it one of these days/weeks

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Any success with the Dev kit?

I haven’t even tried it yet. I went our of town for a couple of weeks right after posting that. Since then, I have been working on an automation project (sort of) on the nano. I will probably wrap it in a few days. I will check it out afterwards.

So I have tried the process suggested by the antmicro github README. The exact link is:

Its not working. You can see the issue listed in the issues. While the process makes an example for the antmicro baseboard + jetson nano module, it should have also worked for vanilla jetson nano Dev board since the android in running a VM with QEMU+KVM.

Probably best option is to ask on Switchroot and Linux4Switch Discords. Guys there are really helpfull.

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actually it works.